Torchy’s Tacos and Mama Fu’s Asian House headed to Dripping Springs area

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Sky Cinemas will anchor Belterra Village, a shopping center set to open next year. Credit: Douglas Payne, Domiteaux + Baggett Architects
Sky Cinemas will anchor Belterra Village, a shopping center set to open next year. Credit: Douglas Payne, Domiteaux + Baggett Architects

Sky Cinemas will anchor Belterra Village, a shopping center set to open next year.
Credit: Douglas Payne, Domiteaux + Baggett Architects

The expansion of the Austin metro area creeps ever southwestward with news that Torchy’s Tacos and Mama Fu’s Asian House will open locations at the Belterra Village mixed-use development at the southwest corner of U.S. 290 and Nutty Brown Road. The two restaurants are part of a group of tenants that includes Sky Cinemas from the owner of downtown Austin’s Violet Crown Cinema, according to Statesman business reporter Gary Dinges. The location off U.S. 290 is about halfway between the Y at Oak Hill and the main highway intersection in Dripping Springs where FM 12 meets U.S. 290. For more on the other tenants and expected open dates, head to the story on MyStatesman.com.


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