Georgetown has seen a lot of expansion in the last few years, and with it has come more businesses and more tourists stopping in to visit all of the gems that make the town special. From restaurants to entertainment, there’s something that will draw your attention and, inevitably, your heart to this historical Austin suburb.
Love at First Bite
If you consider yourself a pizza lover, like most of us do, you’ll be happy to make 600 Degrees Pizzeria and Drafthouse your home away from home. There are a variety of craft beers to pair with your pie – as we all know, a cold one complements the cheese and sauce on a pizza like no other. If you like to take a walk on the wild side, put your faith in the chefs and order the “baker’s choice.” It’s a mystery pizza, and it’s all up to the chefs to deliver a unique pizza you can’t get anywhere else.
For anyone who is attracted to eating organic foods, Georgetown has you covered. The Hollow brings farm-to-table recipes to the community, but the regular Texas fare is also a staple around these parts. From the classic BBQ brought to you by John Mueller Black Box Barbecue and the down-home dishes of Monument Café, you’ll wish you could make more room in your stomach to savor everything they have on the menu.
A Lot to Wine About
Red, white, and rose sparks a debate amongst wine lovers over what has the best flavors and pairs with the best meals, but everyone can agree that Georgetown has some notable wineries worth checking out. On the square, you’ll find Georgetown Winery offering snacks and sips you can’t resist, and the Thirsty Mule offers a larger wine list for you to sample.
More Than a Few Brews
You can’t talk about a Texas town without mentioning the beer selection. Georgetown exceeds all expectations in that area as well. Rentsch Brewery has a tap room with an outdoor beer patio surrounded by food trucks, but there are also more unique options available as well. Mesquite Creek Outfitters isn’t just a clothing shop. They double as a craft beer destination with a tap room with communal tables, a welcoming patio, craft beers, local wines, and snacks.
There are so many things to do and see when visiting Georgetown, but there’s even more to love when you call this thriving suburb home. If you’re considering moving out of Austin or just looking for a city with small-town charm, contact us today! We’re always happy to show you more of the town and help you find the perfect home in your dream neighborhood.