With Quinlan Crossing and the Trails at 620 getting their first few tenants, it is a busy time for new business openings in the Four Points area. Great Clips opened last week (story here). Yesterday, Schlotzsky’s had their ribbon cutting after opening on Saturday (photos below). Schlotzsky’s is located at the Trails at 620 which is across from Concordia University Texas (on 620, of course). Being so close to the university, they were able to get a big crowd to turn out by offering free sandwiches for a year to the first 100 customers. The first students started lining up at 10:00pm on Friday night (photos below).
This location has not only Schlotzsky’s sandwiches (and the rest of their regular menu), but also a Cinnabon and Carvel Ice Cream. While many of the Schlotzky’s locations have Cinnabon, this is just the third location to have a Carvel. Unique even among the three of those is that in this one the ice cream is self service. While most Schlotzsky’s are franchise stores, all of the ones in the Austin area are corporate-owned as this is where the restaurant chain started and is headquartered. This restaurant has their newest design concept and will actually be used to train new franchisees.
As a member of the Four Points Chamber of Commerce, I was invited to the ribbon cutting. I had an opportunity to sample sandwiches, Cinnabon, and ice cream — all of it was very tasty. Their sweet tea was very good, too. They have free wi-fi, too. The Schlotzsky’s website is here and the page for the Four Points store is here.
If you are looking for a home in the Four Points area, check out some of these neighborhoods. Of course, if you have a house to sell, I can assist you as well.
|Alicante||Comanche Point||Comanche Trail|
|Glenlake||Grandview Hills||Hughes Park Lake|
|Long Canyon||River Place||Steiner Ranch|
|Villa Montana||Westminster Glen|
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