Happy 4th to us!

Happy 4th to us!

…and we couldn’t have done it without YOU!

We’ve been so fortunate for everyone’s support of our family-owned business throughout these four years. We love our community here in Round Rock, Texas!

Last year at this time, as we have done each year, we celebrated the anniversary of our February 2017 ribbon cutting with a party. In fact, we used to throw a party for the public every single month. This pandemic continues, we can’t celebrate with you like we used to, and it has presented such a challenge to all small business owners in our community.

Local Support Means Everything

When you are able to, we hope you will consider using your time, effort, and purchasing power to support and shop locally. Our community of small business owners needs your support.

Our neighborhood (Old Town) is the oldest neighborhood in Round Rock, TX, and we are surrounded by an eclectic array of small business, so we want to shine the spotlight our beautiful neighbors:

Do you love music? Check out Piranha Records.

Want to get started on planting trees or other winter gardening, or you just need a cute birdhouse? Round Rock Garden Center has everything you need.

Looking for handmade pasta with absolute flair, so you can make incredible meals at home (plus: gluten free!)? Gourmet Texas Pasta to the rescue.

Round Rock Honey Company is one of our most famous neighborhood businesses, so it probably needs no introduction.

Seeking something new to learn? Seven Star Martial Arts, Round Rock Repertory Dance Centre, The Dance WorksNeed a haircut? A-Zany-Do Salon & Spa!

Crafter? Texas Vinyl Dispensary!

Want a fun workout? ATX Pole Fitness

Thirsty? Roadhouse Bar

Need some little pets? Tiny Aquatics

Looking to refresh your wardrobe? Tammy Kay’s Boutique

We also want to note a few neighbors south of Papi’s Pies too, since they’re near enough too: Sam Bass Theatre, 620 Art Gallery, Teji’s, Smokey Creek Cajun Bar & Grill, Sabor Colombia Restaurant & Bakery, Lamppost Coffee, to name but a few.

If we missed a neighborhood business, please let us know, and we’ll edit the list. We aren’t trying to leave anyone out; we’re just usually too busy inside the restaurant to know all of our wonderful neighbors!

This is a really long way of saying: Thank YOU for supporting small businesses here in Round Rock, including Papi’s Pies and our neighbors, during the most challenging year ever. We know it’s been a rough one for you too. Let’s get through this together, dear friends!

With love and appreciation from your Papi’s Pies family!