1500 Rivery Blvd Suite 2105
Capacity: 60 guests (seated) for semi-private dining and 200+ for the entire room
1500 Rivery Blvd Suite 2105
Capacity: 60 guests (seated) for semi-private dining and 200+ for the entire room
1500 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 1100
Capacity: 60 guests (seated) for semi-private dining and 200+ for the entire room
Now is the perfect time for a getaway to The Daytripper’s favorite destination and the place he calls home. Georgetown, with its farm-fresh dining and historic architecture has grown into a community rich in hot flavors and cool spaces.
109 W. 7th Street, Suite 115
Bear’s Compounding Pharmacy is now open on the Georgetown Square for your prescriptions, compounding, supplements, hormone testing, medical grade skincare, CBD, jewelry, luxury candy, and gifts. They even have their very own Bear-Man video game (their version of Pac-Man)!
As the sun wanes, the lights twinkle to life on the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas. Located a short drive from Austin, the City of Georgetown is the big city’s delightfully hip neighbor. Home to Southwestern University, the oldest university in Texas and nationally recognized as a Main Street City, the community blends small town charm with eclectic vibes for an experience that is perfectly weekend ready. So, as you head into the holiday season, we invite you to shop, dine and unwind with us.
A Few of Our Favorite Holiday Things
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and whether you’re ready to rock around the Christmas tree or not, we want to help you get into the spirit. If you need a day to shop for gifts or an overnight getaway, we’ve pulled together some ideas to help you and yours enjoy a few festive favorites on the Square and off.
No need to check your list twice—we bet everyone on your list has been nice! With a bevy of shopping options, including antiques, apparel, jewelry, toys, home décor and more, you’ll have no problem finding the perfect gift for even the hardest to shop for friend. Each boutique downtown has carefully curated a winter shopping experience that is merry and bright.
Looking to grab-and-stroll with a hot cocoa or prefer to savor some farm-to-fork fare? Georgetown has a plethora of dining options to choose from. You can settle into pet-friendly patios with Fido, dig into pie (of the pizza or pumpkin variety) and even celebrate the merry hours with a pint or a flute all season long. Enjoy some time to break bread with your nearest and dearest or catch up with old friends before the holiday frenzy begins!
Something for Everyone
The holiday season in Georgetown has something to offer for the young, and the young at heart. Whether you prefer, “tradition” or a “twist,” you’ll find them both in eclectic Georgetown where there’s something for everyone.
The annual “Lighting of the Square” in November, kicks off the 2021 Holiday season which will be sure to delight children of all ages. This year will be extra special as we celebrate our “40th Annual Christmas Stroll” happening the first weekend in December. Bring the family for pictures with Santa, “Groovin with the Grinch” fantastic vendors and more!
All that shopping and you still haven’t found gifts for everyone? How about tickets to a play? It’s a wonderful gift that also supports your local theater company, and you can bring the whole family too. For those that prefer their Christmas with a twist be sure to catch a live performance of “Elf the Musical” playing at the fabulous Palace Theater. For those who cling to tradition, tickets to see a Dickens Christmas Carol at the Palace Playhouse are sure to please.
Put a twist on tradition this year in eclectic Georgetown and gift your family a holiday staycation. Enjoy a well-appointed room and gather around the fire to toast s’mores at the beautiful Sheraton Austin Georgetown Texas Hotel & Conference Center. Local B&B’s or historic guest houses offer options for those who prefer to stay rooted in the holiday traditions of yesteryear. Don’t worry Santa will find you either way!
Whether you’re creating new traditions or keeping the old, Georgetown Texas beckons to all who desire the warm and fuzzy feelings brought on by sharing holidays with the ones we love. With something for everyone, the city with the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas will dazzle and delight friends and family alike.
120 W 8th Street
Step into this nostalgic Americana setting and find freshly made fudge, caramel popcorn, candy apples, ice cream and other confections! Perfect to enjoy or to gift!
The Diner House is named loving for its 1950’s checkered kitchen floors. While the house has immense character and charm, just like it’s idyllic neighborhood and quiet street, it also has all the modern amenities you could need from your home away from home.
It is available for 2 week stays or longer, in hopes that it will be a wonderful place for families moving to town to get a feel for what it’s like to be part of the Georgetown community. Or maybe your local home is being remodeled and you want to stay close to your neighborhood, or maybe you have family coming to visit and want them nearby, but not on top of you in your own home. Maybe you are a traveling nurse and want to be close to 5 major hospitals within a seven mile radius?
The Space & Amenities
The Diner House is a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom cottage. There is a queen Floyd bed in the master bedroom and two twin beds in the secondary bedroom. All mattresses are memory foam with Egyptian cotton sheets. There is also a full sized air mattress, a bed that folds into a bed if needed, and a pack n’ play for those traveling with babies and toddlers, as well as a high chair. There are a washer and dryer in the garage and iron and ironing board. The kitchen is stocked with pots and pans for all your cooking needs. A complete Keurig coffee bar will keep you caffeinated, as well as a French press and tea station.
Beyond the essentials, there is wifi and a Roku tv system with premier cable, Netflix, Prime Video, HBO & Disney+ (all using one remote so it’s very simple to navigate!). The bathroom is stocked with supplies you may have left at home, and we are available to make your stay as calm and relaxing as possible.
On November 26, come experience the magic as we kick-off the holiday season with our annual Lighting of the Square, traditionally held at 5:30 p.m. the Friday after Thanksgiving!
Mayor Josh Schroeder and Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell will help Santa flip the switch and the Austin Carolers will then sing Christmas Carols. After the lighting, Santa Claus will be available for photos inside the courthouse in exchange for an unwrapped toy, wrapping paper or monetary donation, benefiting the Brown Santa program.
The downtown holiday lights will remain lit every evening through January 1. This is a free event.
The event location is 103 W. 7th Street. Click here to get directions to the event.
Free parking lots are located at:
5th and Austin Avenue
6th and Main Streets
7th and Rock Streets
10th and Main Streets
Martin Luther King, Jr. and 7th Streets
Martin Luther King, Jr. and 8th Streets
Parking garage located at 4th and Rock Streets
Southern Living says, “You don’t have to be a backpack-slinging coed to love these collegiate classics. While these college towns top our preseason poll for reasons beyond the gridiron, we won’t judge you for making an end zone rush to visit.” Read Southern Livings’ Best College Town Criteria and their review of Georgetown, as well as the entire list>
Longer days and abundant sunshine are all hallmarks of summers here in the Lone Star State, making it the perfect season to travel. If you’re looking for your next getaway to the Texas Hill Country, find your way to Georgetown. Located just north of Austin, this lively town offers a multitude of unique ways to savor the season with your friends or family. Take it easy at a swimming hole, explore a breathtaking cavern, sip locally made craft beers, and indulge in delicious ice cream sandwiches and milkshakes. No matter what your perfect summer vacation looks like, Georgetown has it all. Read on to see how, then plan your visit here.
Swim in Pristine Waters
Crystal-clear waters shadowed by towering limestone bluffs, all surrounded by stately oaks. Here in the Texas Hill Country, it doesn’t get any more inviting than this, especially in the summer. When the weather heats up, find your way to Blue Hole Park. Set around a scenic lagoon, the park is just the place to soak up the sun as you swim in the San Gabriel River or enjoy a picnic on the riverbank. As welcoming as the oasis is, you might think you’d have to travel far to get here. Yet the park is just a few minutes from Downtown Georgetown, so visiting couldn’t be any easier. Just make sure to get here early, as Blue Hole Park is one of the Hill Country’s top swimming holes.
Fish, Kayak, and Hike at Lake Georgetown
Bathed in the bright Texas summer sun, Lake Georgetown is an easy-to-reach getaway for when you want a day out on the water. Set just a short drive from the downtown area, the 1,200-acre lake offers a multitude of ways to savor the outdoors. If you have a boat in tow, take advantage of Cedar Breaks Park and Jim Hogg Park’s boat ramps to access the water. You can also rent a kayak from San Gabriel Paddlesports or Ducks on the Pond Kayak Rental to embark on your own paddling adventure.
For you anglers out there, Lake Georgetown is a fantastic place to hook bass and catfish. While there’s plenty of fun on the water to be had, the lake is also surrounded by 16 miles of hiking trails that serve up an abundance of spectacular views. As with everything else here in Texas in the summer, you’ll want to get an early start to get the most out of your time at Lake Georgetown.
Savor Local Craft Brews
Is there anything better than a bright and citrusy IPA or a refreshing pilsner on a hot summer day? Only if the beer you’re drinking is locally made, of course. Georgetown has two craft breweries that produce some of the highest quality ales and lagers around. Choose from a full-bodied weizenbock or a rich and malty IPA and find a spot under the shade of a massive oak tree at Rentsch Brewery. The kind of spot you could hang out at all day, the brewery has a full complement of brews light and dark, including year-round brews and a rotating array of seasonal beers. When your appetite hits, get something delicious from one of the local food trucks that are on site.
Meanwhile, Barking Armadillo Brewing pours a delicious array of pilsners, IPAs, and even a Belgian strong dark ale, as well as a house-made blackberry mead and a selection of guest beers and wines, and non-alcoholic drinks. Hanging out on the back patio is a great way to pass the time, and if you stay for long enough you’ll catch one of the live music performances that the brewery frequently hosts. You won’t need to go far for dinner, either, as Barking Armadillo Brewing also hosts a variety of food trucks.
Sometimes, a pint of your favorite kind of brew is just what the doctor ordered. Enjoy some of the best the Hill Country has to offer right here in Georgetown.
Beat the Heat Underground
When the swelter of a Texas summer sets in, descend into the otherworldly subterranean wonderland of Inner Space Cavern. Explore palatial rooms adorned with stunning formations, all while savoring the ambient 72-degree temperature that provides a nice break from the daytime heat. Discovered in the early 1960’s, the cavern has been a popular attraction for more than 50 years.
Today, you can experience this underground oasis on one of three guided tours. For a quick exploration along a well-lit trail through the cavern, the Adventure Tour is an accessible way to see some of the top sights. Looking for the kind of thrilling experience you won’t have every day? Choose either the Hidden Passages Tour or the Wild Cave Tour. The former takes you off the beaten path to a newly opened section of the cave, while the latter is a nearly four-hour excursion through a complex network of passages and chambers.
Inner Space Cavern is one of Texas’ most beautiful show caves, and you don’t need to go that far to get here. The cavern is less than three miles from Downtown Georgetown, making it as easy as can be to visit while you’re here.
Dig Into Delicious Local Fare
Whether you’re swimming in Blue Hole Park or exploring Inner Space Cavern’s awe-inspiring depths, your appetite is bound to catch up to you at some point. Fortunately, Georgetown has a seemingly endless array of restaurants you can choose from. Savor an authentic taste of Texas at 2020 Market Scratch Kitchen & Bar, where the menu is full of dishes made with ingredients from local farmer’s markets and Gulf Coast fishing boats. Dig into a soup, salad, sandwich, or a delightful entrée like Texas ribeye or coastal seafood enchiladas that are delicious when paired with something from the wide-ranging wine list.
Meanwhile, District Six combines the inviting appeal of your neighborhood sports-friendly spot with an upscale vibe and dishes like Nashville hot quail legs and a Texas wagyu smashburger. Play some arcade games, hang out on the spacious patio, watch a game on the 21 TVs, and tip back a craft cocktail or your choice of 40 beers and wines on draft. If you’re craving the meat sweats, Tejas Meat Company can’t be beaten. Both a butcher shop and restaurant, Tejas serves up sandwiches like a club with herb and tahini roasted turkey and the Georgetown Melt, a delicious combination of house-smoked brisket, bacon, mild cheddar, smoked gouda, pepper jack, gruyere, and provolone. Get your fill, then choose from a multitude of cuts of beef and pork or wild game, including axis, elk, and red stag to cook later at home.
These restaurants have plenty to offer, but we’re just scratching the surface of your dining options in Georgetown. See all the destination’s other eateries here.
Shop The Daytripper Headquarters
If you’ve ever traveled in Texas, you may have heard about (or even been inspired) by The Daytripper. This popular Emmy-award-winning TV show showcases some of Texas’ coolest places, and you can experience the Lone Star State when you stop by The Daytripper Headquarters. Browse a collection of goodies made right here in Texas, along with exclusive The Daytripper merchandise and other souvenirs, at this shop right on Georgetown’s downtown square. All the while, sip on a free beer from the in-store taps. Whether you’re a fan of the show or you want to find amazing souvenirs to take home with you, a stop by The Daytripper Headquarters is a must.
Indulge in Sugary Sweets
There’s nothing sweeter than an ice-cold milkshake on a hot summer day, and Georgetown has plenty of places to treat yourself. Colorful, creative, and flowing out of the top of a mason jar, the eye-catching confections at The Yard Milkshake Bar are second to none. Imagine scoops of ice cream topped with a slice of lemon ice box pie, an entire chocolate chip cookie, a brownie, and a Texas-sized serving of whipped cream. There are many shakes to choose from, including the Greetings From Georgetown with cookies and cream ice cream with red marshmallow and chocolate drizzle all rolled in crushed Oreos and topped with a candy red poppy.
When you want to satisfy any kind of sugar craving, Scoops is the place to be. Not only does this shop have Beth Marie’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream, but it also offers uniquely Georgetown sundaes and more than 400 kinds of candy. Of course, we can’t talk about desserts without mentioning The Baked Bear. In three steps, you can make your very own decadent ice cream sandwich with your choice of more than 10 cookies, ice cream flavors like espresso bean and old-fashioned vanilla, and toppings like hot caramel, Nutella, and brownie bits. You can even get your sandwich warmed up so everything is that perfect amount of gooey.
A spectacular swimming hole? Check. Kayaking and swimming in a picturesque lake? You bet. Delicious local cuisine and one-of-a-kind sugary sweets? It’s all here in Georgetown, the perfect summer getaway in the Texas Hill Country.
Buzzfeed features Georgetown in the top 7 best small towns! “With its plentiful farm-to-table dining options and charming historic architecture, Georgetown is one of Texas’s cutest towns.” See what they have to say about Georgetown as well as their complete list of best small towns>
The love of exploring The Lone Star State and sharing their travels runs deep in this family and they recently paid Georgetown a visit! Carrie writes, “If you’re trying to plan one last trip before the fall, let me tell you why you should consider Georgetown.” Read the Traveling Texas Tribe blog and see her recommendations for family fun>
213 Spanish Star St.
Tony has been providing photographic services for over three decades in the highly competitive Orange County California area and is now located in Georgetown, Texas. He is a corporate photographer, which includes conventions, trade shows, company meetings (from 50-5,000+ people) newsletters, annual reports, corporate brochures, websites, press releases, public relations, marketing, award presentations, commencement and convocations, official portraits, group photo and special events.
This house is ideally situated on a quiet neighborhood street just a short walk to the “Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas.” There you will find dining, nightlife, music, art, shopping, festivals, Victorian architecture, and even ghost tours!
The home was built in the 1920s and has been restored over the years to include modern conveniences, while preserving the antiquity and character of the house. If you like rustic charm, a small town vibe, and a great location, this home is for you!
The house is an air-conditioned vacation home consisting of 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, and a seating area. There’s also a dining area and a kitchen complete with a microwave, a fridge, a coffeemaker, and a cook top.
Things to know about the property:
The door lock is operated by an electronic keypad.
Wifi is available.
The internet-enabled TV will work with any streaming services to which you subscribe.
The bed is a queen Sleep Number bed with dual chambers. This means each half of the bed is adjustable using the remote control. The extra bed in the living room is an ottoman that converts to a small bed that will work well for children or small adults.
A super exciting zip ride, The Saber Tooth, is now open! Come experience Inner Space Cavern’s newest attraction! The ride lifts you to 130′ into the air, going backwards, then comes back at 33 mph! Read more about The Saber Tooth and Inner Space Cavern>
Georgetown’s very own Fuego Latino Gastropub made Yelp’s Top 100 Places to Eat in Texas list! So, if you weren’t already, be sure to add them to your weekend plans. See Fuego’s menu, hours, and specialties>
1500 Rivery Blvd, Suite 2175
The Garden’s menu will include crab cakes, lobster rolls, pasta, crispy roman pizzas and much more.
1204 Williams Drive
Drive-through coffee, serving hot and cold coffees.
1008 East University
Capacity: Indoors up to 40; Outdoors up to 80
Entire house rentals available, including 5 or 6 bedrooms.
The 2021 Red Poppy Festival has been rescheduled. Mark your calendars and plan to celebrate the fall version of our beloved festival: POPPtoberfest, October 1-3, 2021!
More details to come soon. More information coming soon at POPPtoberfest.com.
823 S. Austin Avenue
Featuring twelve different vendor booths.
940 West University Avenue
40013 Heritage Hollow
Located within walking distance of the San Gabriel River and has a full complement of shade tree lots. Full hookups, extended stay, laundry facilities available, quiet – with noise curfews enforced, pet friendly,
many tree covered lots available.
119 W 7th Street
The Southern-style eatery serves comfort food such as fried chicken and homemade biscuits, as well as milkshakes, specialty cocktails and local beers.
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40005 Heritage Hollow
San Gabriel River RV Park sits on 33 acres nestled among the pecan trees along the lazy San Gabriel River. The park consists of 100 level RV sites. Each site has 20/30/50 amp service with full hookups.
Coveniently located 3 miles east of Old Town Georgetown off of FM 971 at the San Gabriel River. 2 miles away is historic San Gabriel Park, which offers hike & bike trails and fitness facilities with new swimming pools. Other great activities such as boating and fishing on Lake Georgetown and 6 area golf courses are within minutes of the park.
25101 Ronald W Reagan Blvd
You can expect a modern RV experience, complete with personalized service delivered by a team who truly cares. Full hookup RV sites, wifi, dog parks, swimming pool, fitness center, playscape, pickleball courts, shuffleboard tables, billiards, nature trails, business center, laundry facilities.
Celebrated annually the first full week in May, National Travel and Tourism Week(NTTW) was created by Congress in 1983 to elevate the economic power of travel in the U.S. The 38th annual NTTW (May 2-8) arrives at an opportune moment to recognize the importance to
the U.S. economy of initiating a post-pandemic travel recovery.
“NTTW takes on a special significance this year as the travel industry looks to rebound quickly from the pandemic and accelerate recovery efforts,” said U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow. “The past year was incredibly challenging, but we saw the full power of the travel industry on display in the way we united and supported one another through this crisis.”
“Before the pandemic, travel generated $2.6 trillion in economic output, supported 17 million American jobs and delivered a $51 billion trade surplus to the U.S.—evidence of the outsized role the industry will play in America’s
broader economic recovery,” said Dow.
Georgetown Convention and Visitors Bureau is saluting the power of travel by showcasing a few of the many FACES OF GEORGETOWN TOURISM. Follow us on Visit Georgetown, Texas Facebook as we feature our tourism partners throughout NTTW.
Please visit ustravel.org/NTTW to learn more about National Travel and Tourism Week.
A big thanks to Bob Bales (aka The Traveling Fool) for his recent visit to Georgetown and for including us in this neat list of 15 Texas Towns you need to visit! You can read the full article here: thetravellingfool.com/15-small-towns-in-texas-you-need-to-visit/
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• The city of Georgetown was founded in 1848 and named after George Washington Glasscock who,with his partner, Thomas B. Huling, donated land for the site.
• Georgetown is the county seat of Williamson County
• In 1997, Georgetown became the first city in Texas to be named a Great American Main Street City,the highest honor given by the National Trust. https://mainstreet.georgetown.org/main-street-program
• Home to one of the best-preserved Victorian and Pre-WW1 downtown historic districts, with the Williamson County Courthouse (from 1911) as its centerpiece.
• The Grace Heritage Center, located in the historic Grace Episcopal Church, dates to 1881. Old Williamson County Jail (312 Main Street) dates to 1888.
• Four National Register Districts and 52 properties on the National Register of Historic places. historic.georgetown.org/national-register-historic-districts
• Ranked fifth in fastest growing U. S. cities according to the 2016 United States Census Bureau report.Georgetown grew at a rate of 5.5 percent from 2015 to 2016. invest.georgetown.org
• Home of Southwestern University, the oldest university in Texas, established in 1840. southwestern.edu
• Nearly nine miles of Hike & Bike Trails along the San Gabriel River. parks.georgetown.org/hike-bike-trails
• Another 28 miles of rugged trail around Lake Georgetown: Good Water Loop Trail Map
• More than 40 retail shops, including a day spa, toy store, art galleries, restaurants and three wine tasting rooms, are located around the city square.
• Several movies have filmed in Georgetown, including: What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, Varsity Blues, Dazed and Confused, Michael, Bernie and the television series Friday Night Lights.
610 N. Austin Avenue
Over 8,000 square feet of store space, 3 hitting bays, full clothing sections for men, women and kids, state of the art fitting equipment and technology, and a leading repair shop in the Austin Area right here in Georgetown Texas.
51 County Rd 107
*Capacity: up to 300 guests indoors, and up to 600 seated outdoors
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103 North Austin Avenue #310
Sanctuary Holistic Kitchen crafts natural remedies, skin care and natural foods. They offer classes in healthy living practices such as cooking, skin care and medicine making for children to adults. In their retail space you can find grab and go lunches, kombucha on tap, all of their prepared meals and more.
905 N. Church Street
Available for parties of 30 or less
905 N. Church Street
Available for parties of 100 or less
711 S Main Street
Serving premium fresh juices and smoothies, coffee, kombucha on tap and fresh, delicious Boar’s Head sandwiches!
4112 Williams Drive Suite 101
A healthy Energy, Shake, and coffee lounge.
1500 Rivery Blvd Suite 2105
A high end sports lounge with a menu full of delicious, gourmet food including scored wings, drumsticks that look like lolly pops, corn nuts made and seasoned from scratch, cuban sandwiches, prime rib French dip, and more.
105 West 9th Street
District Six is a neighborhood sports centric restaurant serving elevated bar food, drinks and good times! Located behind the Georgetown Art Center on the historic square, D6 is a family friendly space with arcade games, a spacious patio, 21 televisions dedicated to any and all sports, 40 beers and wines on draft and craft cocktails, both shaken, mixed and frozen. For hours, and menu, please go to the website above.
101 Patriot Way
Premier indoor baseball/softball training facility, private lessons, cage rentals, state of the art pitching machines, fully stocked pro shop, personal weight training, and much more. Located across the street from East View High School. Kids birthday parties, personal training, boot camps for kids and adults available.
Hot in Houston highlighted Georgetown for a Valentine’s Getaway! They wrote, “A romantic weekend or overnight trip to historic Georgetown, just a three hour drive from Houston, is the perfect solution. The ‘Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas’ has plenty of romantic, fun and low-key options for couples.” Get your itinerary started with their suggestions: hotinhoustonnow.com/2021/01/valentines-getaway-to-georgetown-has-much-to-offer/. See all Georgetown lodging here: visit.georgetown.org/lodging/
4333 Teravista Club Drive
Round Rock, TX 78665
Teravista is a Championship 18-hole golf club that captures the beauty of the Texas Hill Country with views that span for over 50 miles. The rolling terrain provides a challenging 7,200-yard layout and offers 5 different sets of tees that will challenge golfers of all ages and abilities.
112 W. 8th Street
For hours and more information, please go to their Facebook page.
Charcuterie Grazing Boxes to enjoy all to yourself or share with your favorite people. Delivery and pick-up available. Pick-up is at Kitchen Korner Georgetown, TX.
Georgetown is honored to be listed at the top of Austin.com‘s list of The Most Beautiful Texas Town Squares near Austin! See the entire list and read about the towns listed: austin.com/take-a-trip-to-the-most-beautiful-texas-town-squares/
103 North Austin Avenue, 105
Gluten free, dairy free, low carb, balanced diet, and vegan options.
112 W 8th Street
Mikey V’s Foods is an imaginative local food company aimed at offering high quality, moderately priced salsa and sauces, using only the freshest all-natural ingredients with no preservatives. Mikey V specializes in the manufacturing of award-winning hot sauces, jerky, hot pickles, and salsa.
Sleek mid-century style and a fantastic location right off of the historic square make this Georgetown home the perfect getaway spot! Along with a backyard and deck, this 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath vacation rental boasts an upscale full kitchen for dinner at home and a short walk to delicious dining in town. Travel under a half-mile to Blue Hole Park to go swimming and fishing, or bike on the San Gabriel River Trail set just behind the property. With so much to see and do, you’ll have a memorable stay!
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The Stumble House is a new vacation home rental 2 blocks from the Square in Georgetown, TX. Come enjoy all the dining, nightlife, shopping and charm that the Square has to offer.
When you close the door behind you, the peace of the backyard bordering a wide open field will embrace you. You’ll love being 7 minutes from the Georgetown Square’s dining, shopping and winery options. Local parks, such as Berry Springs Park, are a short 10 minute drive. The spacious 1300 sq ft available space and garage parking for 1 car [driveway for 4] gives you room to stretch. You’ll feel at home with a loaded kitchen with new appliances, washer/dryer, wifi, TVs downstairs and up. Arrangements to ensure your every need and concern is promptly addressed by Safe Life Clean or by the owner. The neighbors will welcome a “howdy” when shared. The area is surrounded by parks, several with child play areas. Lots of safe, great walking spaces/sidewalks.
Georgetown’s downtown holiday lights made the list for the top five things to do in Austin over the holiday weekend! You can see the Most Beautiful Town Square’s holiday lights through January 2. Check out the complete list: austin.culturemap.com/news/entertainment/12-24-20-top-best-things-to-do-in-austin-christmas-weekend
My Traveling Roads is a family travel blog that offers the best road trips through Texas & beyond. Kim Croissant is the writer and she recently visited Georgetown along with her grandson. Read all about her dining and other recommendations: mytravelingroads.com/georgetown-texas-eating-your-way-around-town.
It’s a great time to get out on The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas! You’ll find everything from unique shopping, dining, drinks and maybe even a new friend! Plan some time to relax and check out Georgetown hotels, guest homes and camping>
Kris Grant visited Texas and chose Georgetown to be featured in Eight of the Best Small Town Squares in America! See the featured article in the online edition of Coronado Magaine>
Did you know Georgetown has amazing outdoor trails and parks? Almost 9 miles of hike and bike trails, a Bark Park, San Gabriel Park and Garey Park which has its own dog park, fishing ponds, splash pad and more than seven miles of hiking and equestrian trails (bring your own horses). Click here to see the full list of Georgetown parks, trails and outdoor attractions.>
608 N Church Street
Savory Baked and Fried Goods + Vegan delicacies. On a single website, you can order and have their products shipped to your door. Just heat them up and appreciate our global flavors at anytime. They will take you on a gastronomic journey! Serving all Texas!
Full-Service Catering – Providing everything you may need for your event. Delicious Food, Staff, Rentals, Decorations, and Flowers. Personal Chef Service for Private parties, dinners and individual meal plans.
4610 N IH 35
For anyone who doesn’t need that next trendy thing, but instead wants a home-cooked meal. The kind with savory slices of bacon or sausage, or subtly sweet signature waffles freshly pressed in a waffle iron, or juicy 100% beef burgers stacked with melty cheese, crisp vegetables or sautéed onions and a toasted bun.
Let Unboxed Picnic arrange the details of your next date night, birthday, proposal or brunch.
3309 West Highway 29
A gourmet food company using the freshest local produce+farm products to make one of a kind Charcuterie+ Cheese Boxes, Graze Boxes and Brunch Boxes! Chef Oliver can create Graze Tables+Catering options too!
712 S Austin Ave
Foundry42 lets you experience the workshop and home furnishings retail space with many items being produced by the Foundry42 team. It boasts a coffee bar as well as a limited assortment of feel good baked goodies.
The little Yellow cottage on Main is located a short 3 blocks from the prettiest square in Texas with all its myriad shops and restaurants. It sits nestled under the canopy of an ancient pecan tree. Totally remodeled in 2020 this 1930’s gem has a modern farmhouse/ urban eclectic decor. It sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms and the entire house will be yours to enjoy. Parking for 2 cars off road and plenty of free street parking. It’s a quiet safe neighborhood and has a great coffee shop almost next door. For more information and reservations, please go to the website.
“Lights around the historic downtown square (“the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas”) and county courthouse have been turned into a veritable winter wonderland during Merry Moments in Georgetown.” Read the complete article here: austin.culturemap.com/news/travel/12-01-20-6-magical-hill-country-towns-holiday-road-trip-fredericksburg-san-antonio-marble-falls/#slide=0
205 W 6th St, Suite 101a
Nightingale Texas Bistro is opening soon! Whether it’s breakfast on the go, afternoon wine on the patio, or dinner under the stars, Nightingale is Georgetown’s newest hangout. Texas beer, classic cocktails, and an unpretentious wine list paired with French inspired snacks and plates- including their mind blowing burger- all served on our shady patio and garden. Bon appétit, y’all!
Opening Thursday through Sunday, 9 a.m.- 10p.m.
101 East 7th Street
Tejas Meat Supply is a full-service butcher shop and restaurant featuring fresh cut meats from sustainable Texas ranches. They offer a wide selection of house made sausages, jerky and charcuterie. They also serve fine artisan foods, beer and wine.
1110 Williams Drive
Home Decor, Antiques, Apparel & Gifts. A Mother and Daughter team with over 40 years experience in boutique retail, antiques and unique decor items.
“While Texas may not have the snow and cold weather that brings in the holiday spirit for most of the US, there are plenty of Texas Christmas towns nearby that even the biggest Scrooge would love.” Read the article and see more great photos: austin.com/youll-feel-like-youre-in-a-hallmark-movie-in-these-texas-christmas-towns
What an honor to be included in Texas Monthly’s list of “Where to See Holiday Lights and Meet Santa (Safely) This Year.” Now is The Most Wonderful Time to see our Beautiful Town Square! Read their complete list and be sure to visit Georgetown: texasmonthly.com/travel/texas-holiday-lights-2020/
“Drive thirty minutes away from Austin and you’ll transition from skyscrapers to a town square that feels like you’ve truly taken a step back in time. With a population just shy of 60,000, Georgetown is a much-needed change of pace in today’s busy and noisy world.” Ciara is a source of inspiration and information for millenials. See the photos and read her great blog on Georgetown: heyciara.com/blog/georgetowntexasdaytripguide
Jesse Coulter is a travel writer who enjoys exploring with her three young children. Read what her Top 5 Outdoor Activities are, complete with links and the cutest photos: jessecoulter.net/2020/11/top-5-outdoor-activities-in-georgetown
For a list of all Georgetown Kid-Friendly Attractions, go to: visit.georgetown.org/kid-friendly/
“Georgetown, TX is a little gem right outside of Austin. If you’re looking for a nice relaxing getaway, then look no further. Georgetown has amazing food, experiences, shopping, and much much more!” Read Tanna’s entire guide, and plan your itinerary for a great visit to Georgetown:tannawasilchak.com/travelguides/2020/10/27/the-ultimate-one-day-guide-to-georgetown
“Georgetown Tx has somehow managed to fly under the radar for far too long! This quaint little town has so much to offer it’s visitors that you’re sure to fall in love with it!” Read the complete Wandering Wild’s Family Travel Article which includes her suggested places to visit, dine and stay while in Georgetown.
205 West 6th Street
With its motto Happy, Healthy, and Wags Full of Love, Wag Heaven Pet Supplies and Self-Serve Dog Wash’s second location, in Downtown Georgetown, Texas, is now open next to Lark and Owl and behind the Monument Café.
5713 Williams Drive, Suite 101
Romeo’s uses the freshest ingredients to deliver the highest quality products. Serving pizza, subs, wings and appetizers!
4701 Williams Dr, Bldg 2
A family owned, homemade, authentic southern Mexican restaurant! Check out their website to see their menu and hours.
San Gabriel River Trail, also known as Goodwater Loop, is a 26.9 mile trail along the San Gabriel River and Lake Georgetown. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. See Army Corps of Engineers Hiking Trail Map>
Georgetown is home to one of the prettiest waterfall hikes in Texas! You can find this natural waterfall known as Crockett Gardens and Waterfall by hiking 2.5 miles from the trailhead that begins in Cedar Breaks Park. In order to enter Cedar Breaks Park, you must obtain a day use pass reservation by calling 877-444-6777 or online at recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/232544. Park your vehicle at Cedar Breaks Park parking area, and then hike to the falls. Be prepared for a rough terrain. The easiest way to access the falls is to contact Ducks on the Pond Kayak Rentals or San Gabriel Paddlesports and make kayak reservations. They will set you up with a kayak!
4500 Williams Drive
Stone baked, authentic New York Style Pizza starts with lots of love. Yaghi’s prepares their dough fresh every day and use only top quality tomatoes and spices for their secret sauce, nothing but 100% all natural mozzarella cheese. They make their own sausage, meatballs, hamburger, chicken and steak meat in-house from scratch with 100% all natural meat and no added preservatives or artificial flavors.
6970 Williams Drive
113 E. 8th Street
Full capacity: 135
Seated capacity: 80
511 S. Main Street
1302 Williams Drive
Westside Mercantile is a re-sale store, antique/vintage store, flea market, and yard sale…all wrapped in to one.
The Georgetown Main Street Program invites you to be part of the 12th Annual Georgetown Swirl, a Texas Downtown Association (TDA) Presidents Award-winning Texas wine, local food and downtown shopping celebration, on the Georgetown Square. This year’s event will be on Saturday, March 5, 2022 from 6-9 p.m. and will feature a fun and festive theme (dress accordingly!)
Gather your friends for a fun evening in Georgetown! The Georgetown Swirl will include tastings from Texas wineries as well as amazing food from local restaurants located inside the fabulous downtown retailer stops. Each attendee will receive a commemorative tasting glass and will have their choice of 10 wine samples and a tasting at each of the participating restaurants. The retail locations will have Swirl shopping specials for guests, so treat yourself to a few things while you’re out swirling around downtown! Live jazz music by La Grosse Tete will set a fun and festive mood. A complimentary photo opp will also be setup and photos are included! Don’t miss out on the fun!
A total of 400 general admission tickets are sold for $50 each to keep the event an intimate gathering. 150 VIP tickets are available for $125 each for early access to the VIP Reception from 5-7 p.m. VIP guests will enjoy a special custom menu paired with Texas wines. It is an experience you do not want to miss!
Tickets will be available beginning December 1. To purchase tickets, please go to: swirl.georgetown.org
All proceeds benefit the Georgetown Main Street Facade & Sign Grant Program which has awarded over $500,000 in matching grant funds back to over 80 downtown property and business owners.