The Mueller community is booming, and six new businesses are headed to the district's Aldrich Street.
What's new: Three restaurants — Veracruz All Natural, Tinys Milk & Cookies and the first Austin location for Marufuku Ramen — will become part of Mueller’s collection of more than 40 eateries.
- Veracruz’s space on the corner of Aldrich and Simond Avenue, which will open by the first quarter of 2022, will replace its food trailer near the Browning Hangar.
- Tinys Milk & Cookies will open its second Austin location in 2022 on the ground floor of the Origin Hotel, offering a walk-up window with baked goods, coffee and homemade ice cream.
- San Francisco-based Marufuku Ramen will open its doors in 2022 on the ground floor of the Shorenstein Alpha Building, serving up hakata-style tonkotsu ramen.
Other shops: Aldrich Street also will welcome Austin Eye Studio, Lone Star Pediatric Dental and Braces and Vio Med Spa.
What they’re saying: This is only the start, said Sergio Negrete, vice president of development for Mueller master developer Catellus.
"Aldrich Street has become an accessible, family-friendly destination for people to dine, shop, relax, workout and entertain," Negrete said. "Later this year and into early next, people will have even more reasons to come visit these new businesses with the additional businesses we’ll be announcing in the coming months."
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