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Dining Adventures in Georgetown Texas
Georgetown offers dozens of choices to meet your dining mood. Whether you’re thinking French or American, Tex or Mex, celebrated diner comfort or award-winning continental cuisine, you’re in for a memorable experience at one of Georgetown’s unique eateries.
Around The Square
600 Degrees Pizzeria and Draft House
A 120-year old bakery reborn in 2015 as 600 Degrees Pizzeria and Draft House, this historic establishment is located on block east of the Square on 8th Street. 600 Degrees features 25 unique pizza pies and 30 draft beers with seasonal and rotational taps. Obviously popular with Southwestern University students, us seniors are also welcomed. For verification that 600 Degrees represents the rebirth of 120-year old bakery check out the east exterior of the building.
The "Curriculum" (menu) of Burger University is sure to bring a smile to your face with offerings including: Campus Classic, Mascot Burger, Sorority Burger, Fraternity Burger, Rival Burger, Exchange Student Burger, and more. You also have options for "Housing" (buns) and "Minors" (hand-battered onion rings, fried pickle spears, and sweet potato fries). And, you can treat yourself to delicious Blue Bell Ice Cream upstairs at the soda fountain.
Texas-style Mexican food at its best can be found at Dos Salsas, a Georgetown institution located south of the Square on Main Street. Two different types of salsas sit on each table giving you the opportunity to choose how you want to flavor your favorite Mexican dish. You may have a wait to eat at Dos Salsas, but it's worth it. Be sure to check out their Margaritas and Mexican Martinis.
Eats on 8th
Located one block east of the Square on 8th Street, Eats on 8th opened in 2014, featuring a farm to table approach. Pat’s Crew shops local hill country farms and use local vendors in and around Georgetown to handcraft their menu. Every item is made from scratch. Diners have the choice of enjoying their meal in the ambiance of a historic home or on the stone patio under centuries old oak trees.
In the fall of 2012, the Square welcomed Gumbo's to the historic Masonic Temple on the northeast corner of the Georgetown Square. Gumbo's features seafood and steak in the downstairs dining room, a lounge upstairs, and service available on the popular balcony overlooking the Williamson County Courthouse, Gumbo's is a nice addition to the "Most Beautiful Downtown Square." A special note to families: licensed childcare is available in the Play Zone at All Things Kids next door for Friday and Saturday evening dining.
Hat Creek Burgers
Great family place with play area, Hat Creek Burgers is walking distance from the Square.
The Hollow American Brasserie
Dining at The Hollow is often described as an adventure, taking you out of your comfort zone, as you peruse the menu to select from each of the three course offerings which change daily. The classically trained chef uses locally-sourced foods, as much as possible, along with his culinary skills and creativity to produce gastronomical delights. The exceptional food along with outstanding service make The Hollow a truly unique dining experience.
Khun Kan Thai Kitchen
Located down the street from the historic Downtown Square on 7th Street, Khun Kan Thai Kitchen offers authentically, flavorful Thai Cuisine.
Located just north of the Square, Laurie's offers a variety of delicious, homemade food made “from scratch” with the freshest ingredients. The quaint, cozy ambiance reflects the "small town charm" of Georgetown making it a popular lunch destination. Laurie's also offers great frozen casseroles for a delicious home-cooked meal without the effort.
Celebrated as one of the top cafes in small Texas towns, The Monument Cafe is a 1940’s-style diner specializing in home-style cooking. Every meal is served with fresh vegetables and they have a great selection of homemade desserts such as a fried pie (fruit fully enclosed in a pastry crust and fried to a crisp); baked tapioca pudding, chocolate pecan pie and more. New additions to the Monument are the Monument Market and the Monument Garden. The Monument Market features locally-sourced organic produce, meats, and dairy produce. A traditional Texas Biergarten, the Monument Garden serves beer, wine, hamburgers, and fries daily, with live entertainment on the weekend.
In the fall of 2012, the owners of the Monument opened El Monumento a few blocks north on Austin Avenue. El Monumento's stunning architecture and spacious deck overlooking the South Fork of the San Gabriel River make this a special gathering place. El Monumento features interior Mexican cuisine.
Nancy's Sky Garden
Located on the 4th floor of the Tamiro Plaza across the street from the Monument Cafe, features "healthy Asian eats" and Haney & Sons Teas.
Red Poppy Coffee Co.
Located inside the Georgetown Public Library, the Red Poppy Coffee Co. is a coffee shop and more. Sip a cup of coffee while browsing the library shelves. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and try out a mouth-watering dessert.
Located on the south of the historic Georgetown Square, Roots Bistro offers a popular gathering place featuring sandwiches, pizzas, and an assortment of wine and micro-brews on tap. The patio is a special place to enjoy lunch.
Sweet Lemon Inn and Kitchen
New to Georgetown in the spring of 2016, the Sweet Lemon Inn & Kitchen is located one block east of the Square, just south of 8th Street. The charming setting, built as a private residence is 1918, has recently been restored as a small boutique hotel with the kitchen serving breakfast and lunch. The owners are passionate about serving healthy, local, and organic food. Their lunch menu features gourmet sandwiches, farm fresh salads, and amazing desserts. Breakfast features an assortment of pastries, oatmeal, Greek yogurt parfaits, and fruit cups.
Exported from Austin, ThunderCloud Subs is a neighborhood sub shop with a rich tradition of good natured people serving fresh, fast & healthy food in a great atmosphere.
Tony and Luigi's Restaurante
Located near Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, Tony & Luigi's is a family owned and operated restaurant featuring exceptional Italian and Mediterranean cuisine made from scratch.
Located just north of the Square on Austin Ave, on the 4th floor of the Tamiro Plaza, Uptown Social features a full-bar experience with pizza and bar-inspired foods. Their “genuine New York Pizza Oven” was shipped from Brooklyn and reassembled in their 4 th floor kitchen here in Georgetown. Uptown Social offers a classy ambiance and unbeatable views from their wrap around terrace with sweeping views of Old Town Georgetown, the historic Square, and the San Gabriel River.
Located one block south of the Square on Austin Avenue, next to the Palace Theater, the Wildfire is best known for its large oak log burning grill and smoking applications with apple, hickory and mesquite wood - which gives the menu items a unique flavor. The overall menu has a Texas/Southwestern theme. The Wildfire bar is a popular gathering place for happy hour.
BB’s Home Cooking
Specializing in home cooking favorites like Chicken Fried Steak, Meatloaf and Fried Catfish, and Maryland Crab Cakes, BB's is another popular Georgetown restaurant. Virginia’s favorite is their Alaysia Salad. BB's offers patio dining in a Santa Fe style setting.
Located in Wolf Ranch.
Plaka Greek Café
Plaka serves health conscious and delicious Greek dishes! Their mouth-watering fare is made with imported ingredients as well as only the choicest meats and fresh vegetables.
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