206 W. 10th Street
Fine Art created by Local Artists of Williamson County and surrounding counties. They have numerous types of virtual art.
206 W. 10th Street
Fine Art created by Local Artists of Williamson County and surrounding counties. They have numerous types of virtual art.
1013 W. University Avenue
At Crumbl, warm milk chocolate chip and chilled sugar cookies are always on the menu, along with 120+ specialty flavors that rotate weekly! Visit us in-store at any location nationwide for an unique open-kitchen experience where you actually see your Crumbl crew mix, bake, and prepare fresh cookies. Don’t have time to visit the store? Don’t worry, they offer local delivery, curbside pick-up and nationwide shipping.
1003 W. University Avenue
In 1997, long-time friends Dena Tripp and Debra Shwetz joined forces and fulfilled their life long dream of becoming entrepreneurs. For six months, Tripp and Shwetz worked to perfect their Bundt Cake recipe with the result being the mouth-watering Nothing Bundt Cakes, crafted-by-hand in every bakery with the finest ingredients: real eggs, butter, and cream cheese.
“Talk a walk through downtown Courthouse Square, where beautifully preserved Victorian-era buildings house shops and restaurants. Spend a day on the water at Lake Georgetown, a 1200-acre lake offering boating, skiing, fishing, hiking and a wildlife preserve. Explore caves dotted with stalactites and awe-inspiring rock formations at Inner Space Cavern.” See their complete list here: austintexas.org/austin-insider-blog/post/hill-country-towns-worth-a-visit
Delivers to San Gabriel River or Lake Georgetown
San Gabriel Paddlesports offers drop off and pick up at various locations on the San Gabriel River and on Lake Georgetown. Go to their website to see the variety of rental options and to make reservations.
603 W. University Avenue
Marisol’s invites you to enjoy their food from Carne Asada, spicy chile verde, menudo and many more options. Bring your friends & family and enjoy fresh, Mexican cuisine with only the finest ingredients.
Boxed N Fashion’s goal is to put the “fun” in functional fashion. They are committed to being your source for the newest trends. They design clothing you love so you can focus on looking great!
904 Rockmoor Drive
WoodSpring Suites North Austin Georgetown is an extended stay hotel. Guests including construction workers, traveling medical professionals, military personnel, corporate professionals, relocators, people traveling for professional training, and more can choose from three room types, all with queen-sized beds and sleeper-sofas in our deluxe suites, with both bathtubs and showers and in-room kitchens. All guests will appreciate weekly rates, monthly rates, and nightly rates as well as free parking, free basic wi-fi, fitness center, expanded vending machines, access to a guest laundry room, 24-hour lobby coffee service, and staff support. 100% Smoke-Free hotel with pet-friendly hotel rooms available.
Delivers to Russell Park Boat Ramp at Lake Georgetown
You can now rent SUPERCHARGED Yamaha Waverunners for use on Lake Georgetown. GTX Jet Skis offers 4-hour online reservations. Please go to their website for all the details and to make reservations.
Contact for kayak rental and delivery to Lake Georgetown. Visit their Facebook page for more information.
109 E. 7th Street
Original-recipe ice cream sits at the heart of each one of Rob and Shane’s sandwiches, which are held together by fresh-baked cookies and brownies. The Baked Bear has over a dozen original-recipe cookies and ice cream flavors, giving guests a chance to mix and match to find their favorite combination. Before they’re served, the sandwiches can be rolled through toppings ranging from Fruity Pebbles to Oreo crumble, giving them an Instagram-worthy touch.
Take in a long breath of clean air, enjoy the feeling of peace you can only get when you can’t hear any sounds of traffic, and lose yourself on a scenic trail. We all need a little bit of the outdoors in our lives, and Georgetown is just the place to escape to nature. Located a short drive north of Austin, Georgetown is surrounded by the beauty of the Texas Hill Country, right down to its sloping hills, groves of oak and pecan trees, and immaculate river. Not sure where to get started? Check out these amazing experiences, then plan your next road trip to Georgetown.
Get Away from it All in Garey Park
Whether you’re looking to get lost for the day or for a scenic place to delight in a picnic, you’ll find plenty to like about Garey Park. Start by traversing the park’s seven miles of hiking trails that take you through grassy fields past prickly pear cactuses and wildflowers to the bank of the South San Gabriel River. One such pathway follows the river through a heavily wooded area that attracts an array of birds during the spring and fall migration seasons. Make sure to stop by the wildlife viewing blind, a refuge that affords a great opportunity to see some of animals that call the park home.
When you reach the river, dip your toes into the water to cool off or spend the afternoon fishing for bass and sunfish. There are two stocked ponds in the park that you can cast your line into as well. If you’re here with your best furry friend, let them run freely at the park’s 4.5-acre off-leash dog ranch. Covering 525 acres (making it larger than Austin’s Zilker Park), Garey Park is just the place to go when you want to feel like you’re miles away from it all. Yet the park is less than 10 miles away from Downtown Georgetown, making spending a day here as easy as can be.
Relax by the San Gabriel River
Roll out a blanket under the shade of a 200-year-old oak tree and dine al fresco as you watch the pristine water of the San Gabriel River trickle on by. Not only is this one of the best ways to relish an afternoon in San Gabriel Park, it’s a must while you’re in Georgetown. The park, placed where the north and south forks of the river converge, showcases some of the town’s finest scenery. Although you could spend the entire day lounging by the river, there’s more to do here.
Try your luck at hooking a fish from the riverbank or explore the 1.6-mile San Gabriel Park Loop, which connects to other pathways like the 5.5-mile Randy Morrow Trail that serve as a easily accessible route to Georgetown’s other top spots. Back in the San Gabriel Park, take on the nine-hole disc golf course set among inviting oaks before returning to your spot next to the river. After all that fun you’ve had in San Gabriel Park, you deserve a bit more rest and relaxation. Where better than in one of Texas’ most beautiful parks?
Enjoy a Day in Downtown Georgetown
Downtown areas aren’t typically known for their natural appeal, and for good reason. Yet Downtown Georgetown isn’t like other downtown areas, as it’s home to the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas. Full of breathtaking architecture, including the magnificent Williamson County Courthouse, the square is a bustling hub full of one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants. Get a glass of wine from one of the square’s three wineries and find a spot on the lawn to take it all in. If your appetite has kicked in, get takeout from local eateries like Burger University or Roots and have a picnic, or simply stroll around the square with your wine in hand. With places like The Escape Fine Crafts & Gifts, the Georgetown Antique Mall, and Mikey V’s Hot Sauce Shop, you’ll also find some truly first-class window shopping as well.
Sleep Under the Stars
Looking to get away from it all? Pitch a tent at Tejas Park, a secluded space settled near the bank of the North San Gabriel River. The park is home to only 12 primitive campsites, meaning you’ll feel as if you’ve put down roots for the night in the wilderness of the Texas Hill Country. Once the sun rises, stroll down the hiking trail that takes you to the river, where you can go for a splash or try your luck at hooking a fish. For a more intense adventure, pick up the trail that takes you to Lake Georgetown, a roughly three-mile journey through dense thickets of juniper trees. End the day back at your campsite, where you’ll feel like you’re all on your own.
Discover One of Georgetown’s Hidden Gems
Groves of pecan trees. Fields of wildflowers. The crystal-clear waters of spring-fed pools. Located within five miles of Downtown Georgetown, it’s no wonder Berry Springs Park and Preserve is considered a hidden gem. This 300-acre getaway to nature is a fantastic destination for bird and wildlife watchers. Head to the bird viewing area to watch these friendly flyers flitting from one branch to another, then continue on the 2.5 miles of hiking and biking trails to see even more of the park’s colorful residents. The park is based around two springs that you can see on the Spring Deck, and you can even cast a line from the fishing platform. As you meander between oak and pecan trees and through grassy fields, stop by the historic compound to greet the park’s donkeys.
Want to stay longer? Reserve one of the sites in the primitive or improved camping areas. Wake up the next morning for another full day of adventure.
We could all use some time outdoors. Get away to the beauty of the Texas Hill Country on your next road trip to Georgetown. Plan your visit here.
8101 S. Clear Creek Road
Killeen, TX 76549
Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport is located approximately 40 miles from Georgetown.
503 Leander Road, Suite 2
806 S Rock Street
Coreena’s Bridal takes pride in offering the best experience around. Every inch of their beautiful shop was designed with the bride in mind. Be a princess for a day! Book your appointment to enjoy a fun and relaxing day with your loved ones. a unique selection of designer gowns to College Station. They carry selections from Sottero & Midgley, Hayley Paige, Kitty Chen, and Calla Blanche.
708 S Austin Avenue
Fuego Latino is a family owned restaurant and greatest dream of Chef Jorge Alcocer. Also known as Chef Mario Alcocer Former 25 year Executive Chef worked for one of the top hospitality organizations in the world. Chef Alcocer started his culinary career at the age of 18. Working for Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts where he moved through the ranks learning and absorbing as much as possible to concord the dream of becoming owner of his own Restaurant were he could be able to express his passion for food.
Full bar available.
1013 W University Avenue Suite 125
Capacity: 160 seated guests inside the building (depending on table size) and 200 on large fire-pitted patio/lawn.
940 W University Avenue #120
The Yard offers unique and fun over-the-top specialty shakes and sundaes, but also have bowls and cones for smaller appetites and budgets. Edible cookie dough, vegan and lactose free options are also available!
114 E 7th Street Suite 110
600 Degrees Market Place offers all of 600Degrees Pizzeria’s regular menu items, as well as calzones, pastas, subs and meatballs. There is also beer and wine for sale.
817 S. Austin Avenue #100
Bella and Birdie, your one stop boutique for unique furniture, art, textiles, linens and gifts. In addition, they offer design consultations. An official dealer for Norwalk Furniture, made in America furniture line.
401 E. 2nd Street
Reservations: (512) 930-3594
Sports Facilities: 3 softball fields and batting cages
703 S. Main Street
Scoops is located in All Things Kids toy store. Offering Beth Marie’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream, Scoops serves a selection of 42 flavors such as French Toast, Amaretto Cheesecake and Smores – changing seasonally and complimented by classic sodas, shakes and sundaes. The Sundaes are all about Georgetown, featuring desserts designed by locals and businesses including “Chet’s Daytripper”, “Sweet Lemon”, “The Blue Hole” and Mayor Ross’ “Best Sundae on Planet Earth” – and their very own Red Poppy Ice Cream! In addition to the ice cream and sodas there are over 400 different kinds of candy! Gummi bears, sour worms, taffy, gum balls, jelly beans, chocolate raisins, lollipops and lemon drops! Buy a scoop or add it to your ice cream – the combinations are endless.
Please contact about catering hours and options.
1500 Rivery Blvd Suite 2165
Made in the USA Women’s Clothing Boutique & Gift Store.
Exclusive retailer of Brighton, Consuela, Farm House Fresh and Aritisans Jewelry. Artisan Made in the USA Cobbler, Kool Shoos USA.
Plan to daytrip into holiday nights in Georgetown. ‘Tis the season to enjoy a whimsical weekend on the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas. Shop for that perfect present, pick-up a sugar plum sweet and then embrace all the festive feels as the lights twinkle on.
103 N. Austin Avenue, Suite 200
German Certified Master Goldsmith, Thomas Anselment’s original designs combine exquisitely handmade and cold forged fine jewelry with the use of exclusively fine materials. Designs combine 18k gold in all colors, fine gold, platinum, and/or silver with meticulously selected gem stones.
820 S. Austin Avenue
Brazos Market is a Georgetown boutique which offers a unique shopping experience. Kendra Scott jewelry sold here! Come find great clothes, jewelry, gifts and more!
2100 CR 176
Specializing in contemporary, custom floral creations for weddings, corporate and social events all over Austin.
4500 Williams Drive
211 W. 8th Street
Monday – Thursday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday – Saturday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Stop by The Daytripper World Headquarters in Downtown Georgetown to see their collection of Texas-made goods and exclusive Daytripper merchandise. Go say hi, grab a free beer from their in-store taps, say “Howdy” and have a great time. Because that’s the Texas way.
A retail store specializing in custom gifts, invitations and bridal registry! Gifts for every occasion!
109 West 7th Street #100
Red Bird is a boutique that blends Americana and Bohemian styles to create a look that is unique, affordable, and has a one of a kind vintage feel.
1100 South IH-35
Floral shop located within HEB grocery store. Call for floral hours.
1015 W. University Avenue
Wolf Ranch Town Center offers a variety of stores ranging from home goods, electronics, and apparel. This open-air community center is home to over 80 retail stores and restaurants and scenic areas that reinforce the natural Central Texas elements. Please go to their website for the list of department stores.
1310 W University Avenue
Academy carries a wide range of quality hunting, fishing and camping equipment, patio sets and barbecue grills, along with sports and recreation products, at everyday low prices. Also selling hunting and fishing licenses.
905 N Austin Ave
A taqueria serving a wide variety of Tex-Mex.
3020 Williams Dr
Serving fresh brewed hourly, 22 flavors of the best 100% broadleaf iced tea, All tea brewed with double pass reverse osmosis water. Double pass reverse osmosis water available by the bottle, gallon & 5 gallon. Bagged ice available crushed and cubed. Your local YETI retailer merchandising the full line of YETI products.
114 E 7th Street, Suite 116
Fantastic unique Asian fusion dishes from China, Cambodia, and Vietnam mixed with a variety of drinks in a fun atmosphere. Located on the Georgetown Square. Serving Asian Fusion, Cambodian food, boba tea, smoothies and more.
1500 Rivery Blvd #2120
Ichiro’s food menu includes sushi and dishes from Japan, Korea and China. They have a full bar featuring a large wine selection.
507 River Bend Drive
A Texan family owned operation committed to brewing quality beer using carefully selected ingredients to bring you fresh and tasty pours. They offer their staple brews as well as rotating guest taps, hand-selected wines, and non-alcoholic beverages. They usually have a food truck on site.
2500 NE Inner Loop
Rentsch Brewery is Georgetown’s only craft brewery. Their selection of brews is a mix of both old and new world styles with something for everyone. If you’re in the neighborhood, swing by their taproom and beergarden to get a real taste of the beergarden life. For hours, live music and food truck offerings, check out their Facebook page.
3316 Williams Dr, #105
Papa Murphy’s core purpose is to bring all families together through food people love with a goal to create fun, convenient and fulfilling family dinners. You select the type of fresh dough and your favorite toppings. They make your pizza by hand in a matter of minutes. Then you take it home, pop it in the oven, and serve it fresh to your family.
3303 Williams Dr, #1030
Founded in Oregon, Ohio, just outside of Toledo, Marco’s has been serving primo pizza since 1978. They pride themselves in doing things the Italian way and serving authentic Italian quality.
2100 S Austin Ave
La Plaza Market offers Mexican food in their taqueria located within the market.
610 N Austin Ave, #106
DoubleDave’s makes their hand-tossed dough at least twice a day, every day. They make sauce daily from scratch and hand-cut fresh vegetables. Then they top it off with fresh, quality meats & cheeses and serve it up hot from the oven.
104 Western Trail, #101
1204 Railroad Ave, #102
Domino’s Pizza offers customers a full menu to choose from, including four types of pizza crust (Hand Tossed, Handmade Pan, Thin Crust and Brooklyn Style), Domino’s American Legends®, BreadBowl Pasta, Oven Baked Sandwiches, Stuffed Cheesy Bread, Breadsticks, Chicken Wings, Boneless Chicken, Chocolate Lava Crunch Cakes, CinnaStix® and Coca-Cola® products.
1201 W University Ave, #110
Five Guys is a fast casual restaurant chain focused on hamburgers, hot dogs, French fries, and more.
1039 W University Ave
More than 60 years and 1000 restaurants later Carl’s Jr.® has become known as the place to go all across the West for juicy delicious charbroiled burgers. They also offer breakfast daily until 10:30am and chicken options such as the club and chicken strips salads sides and desserts.
103 N Austin Ave, #105 (512) 931-9223
Serving BBQ with all the fixings!
1013 W University Ave, #320
Casual eatery for Chinese favorites & pho offered in a vast, colorful space with booth seating.
718 S Austin Ave
A Texas taproom, bar and live music venue featuring signature craft cocktails, an extensive food menu, weekly entertainment, and over 70 beers on tap.
915 N Austin Ave
Drive through with many flavors of shaved ice.
1003 W University Ave, #110
A menu made just for you — with countless combinations of fruits, veggies and nutritional enhancers for endless ways to Rule The Day.
1021 W University Ave, #105
A variety of frozen yogurt and toppings.
2500 Williams Dr
Serving a variety of sweet and meat kolaches, cinnamon rolls, dinner rolls and more.
920 N Austin Ave, #607
4106 Williams Drive
Georgetown Donuts offers donuts, kolaches, breakfast sandwiches and tacos as well as specialty donuts.
603 W University Ave, #1
The shop offers a variety of donuts, kolaches, and drinks.
3303 Williams Dr, #1050
Which Wich has taken your favorite sandwiches and crafted the best possible versions of each. From Grinders to Gyros, and from vegan to bacon, these are the “faves” you’ll crave.
950 W. University #201
Your local Jimmy John’s makes Freaky Fast Freaky Fresh® sandwiches using only the highest quality, freshest ingredients. Stop by for lunch or dinner, or order ahead online or using the Jimmy John’s app for pick up.
201 San Gabriel Village Blvd.
Hat Creek serves burgers and salads, chicken sandwiches, shakes, beer and wine. They also serve breakfast.
708 S. Interstate 35
George’s On The Town is an upbeat casual dining restaurant providing a memorable experience through genuine hospitality. Beverage offerings include 31 draft beers, over 60 wines and crafted cocktails and Cask Conditioned Beer. Private dining options and valet parking beginning at 5pm Wednesday through Saturday.
*Ask about George’s event venue, suitable for 65-75 people.
Pistons on the Square is a gathering of antique, classic, muscle and late model cars and motorcycles on the Square in Georgetown Texas the third Saturday of every month, 8-10 a.m. and is free to attend. To learn more, please go to facebook.com/pistonsonthesquare.
1101 Woodlawn Avenue
Brix And Ale provides a modern and relaxing atmosphere, overlooking Rivery Park. Part wine bar, part local pub—Brix And Ale stems from the belief that classic comfort cuisine is best complemented by a craft wine, beer or cocktail. Reservations are accepted, but not necessary. Located on the first level of Sheraton Austin Georgetown Texas Hotel and Conference Center. Complimentary covered parking available.
Breakfast 6:30 AM – 11:00 AM, Daily
Lunch 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Monday – Saturday
Bar Menu: 3:00 pm – 5pm, Daily
Dinner 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM, Daily
Sunday A La Carte Brunch 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Weekend Breakfast Buffet 6:30 AM – 11 AM Saturday, 6:30 AM – 12 PM Sunday
1005 W University Ave
LongHorn welcomes guests into a warm, relaxing atmosphere reminiscent of a Western rancher’s home where friendly, attentive servers help them unwind and savor a great steakhouse meal. And there’s more on the menu than just great steaks, like expertly grilled fresh fish and fresh chicken. Full bar available.
UPDATE March 18, 2020:
In an effort to slow the spread of the virus in our community, the City of Georgetown is taking steps to limit face-to-face interactions with the public.
Effective 8 a.m. March 19, all City facilities will close to the public through May 11. This closure includes the Georgetown Visitors Center and Convention and Visitors Bureau Offices.
If you have immediate questions while the Visitors Center is closed, please contact email@example.com . The Convention and Visitors Bureau Office will be staffed Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. to answer phone calls and emails. The Visitors Center may be reached at (512) 930-3545 or (800) 436-8696.
The 2020 Red Poppy Festival has been rescheduled for October 23-25. You can keep current on those updates at RedPoppyFestival.com.
To learn more about the City of Georgetown’s response to COVID-19, please visit https://georgetown.org/coronavirus-information/.
1101 Woodlawn Avenue
Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center
An upscale lounge located in the Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center, serving wine, beer, cocktails and appetizers.
4701 Williams Drive, Bldg. 1
Simmer Down prepares fresh food from scratch, daily. They are purposeful in their selection of menu items, with many items that cater to those with special dietary needs.
1225 S IH 35 Frontage Rd., Suite 135
First Watch is an award-winning Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch favorite that specializes in both traditional and innovative creations all freshly prepared to order. Open Daily: 7 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
(Closed on Thanksgiving & Christmas)
905 N. Church Street
BIG Cafe serves delicious breakfasts and lunches.
Through creative enterprises including horticulture, pottery, jewelry, baking and even greeting cards, BiG (Brookwood in Georgetown) lights the lives of adults and empowers them to serve the community.
6450 RM 2243
Amenities at the park include a playground, a splash pad, a dog park, an equestrian arena, the Garey House event space (rented separately), pavilions, two fishing ponds, 4.7 miles of hiking trails, and 4.2 miles of equestrian trails. For more information about Garey Park and admission fees, please visit their website.
701 Main Street
Spice up your evening with Gumbo’s food, voted Austin’s Best Cajun/ Creole style cuisine in town! From their tempting tenderloins to their fresh fish dishes to their divine desserts and live music most evenings, Gumbo’s has something in store for you! Full bar available.
*Ask about Gumbo’s venue, suitable for up to 60 people.
1310 E University Ave
The Olive Tree Court is a property built in the early 20th century and is located across the street from the oldest university in Texas, Southwestern University founded in 1840. The property consists of three buildings, the main a Victorian Cottage, and two Casitas all located around an award winning pool that includes a grotto, and a fire pit.
The Olive Tree Court is located a few minutes from “Georgetown, the most beautiful town square in Texas”, and approximately 30 minutes away from beautiful downtown Austin. The Olive Tree Court can be booked for events, such as weddings, graduations, reunions, and other special occasions.
50503 Indian Creek Dr
“Take in the sight of a sea of scarlet red or golden yellow at these events around the state…” This article, written by Shari Biediger, features three Texas towns and their poppies. It’s no surprise that Georgetown made the list! Read the entire article here: 3 Best Places to See Poppies in Texas.
205 West 2nd Street
Enjoy interior Mexican food in a beautiful atmosphere! Serving lunch, dinner and a weekend brunch! Full bar available.
400 Industrial Park Circle
Jimmy Vega’s specializes in smokehouse style cuisine.
1050 W. University Avenue
Panera Bread believes that good food, food you can feel good about, can bring out the best in all of us. From freshly baked bread to sandwiches to soup.
1225 S IH 35 Suite 105
Tiff’s Treats is famous for bringing hot, fresh-from-the-oven cookies and brownies to hungry treat lovers everywhere!
1013 W University Ave Suite 101
Souper Salads is one of the nation’s largest all-you-care-to-eat soup and salad bar restaurant chains. Souper Salad offers low prices for lunch and dinner. They are serious about serving fresh, high quality meals at affordable prices in a comfortable, casual environment. Also offering “to-go.”
1515 N IH-35 W Frontage Rd
More than just a biker bar, Hardtails Bar & Grill has a full menu, including breakfast and has weekly specials and events including Karaoke, Live Music and Free Pool!
1013 W University Ave, #195
Serving artisan waffles and other breakfast items as well as soups, salads, sandwiches and a variety of coffee and drinks.
610 N. Austin Avenue
PoK-e-Jo’s has been serving BBQ since 1979 in the Austin area. This location has traditional BBQ as well as a variety of non-traditional dishes, appetizers, sandwiches, tacos and a full bar!
1401 S. IH-35
Olive Garden has fresh, out of the oven breadsticks and unlimited soup or garden fresh salad. Their menu has something for everyone, including classic and filled pastas, chicken, seafood and beef dishes, topped with made from scratch sauces. Delicious Italian-inspired dishes, shared with the people you love are what make Olive Garden feel like home.
1003 W University Ave, Suite 125
30+ Toppings. Feel-good ingredients, prepped fresh daily and ready to go. Meaty to vegan and everything in between. Whatever toppings you choose for your pizza or salad, you’ll pay one set price. Once you’ve ordered, it takes just minutes.
1104 S. Main Street
Texas-style Mexican food at its best can be found at Dos Salsas. Two different types of salsas (Dos Salsas) sit on each table giving you the opportunity to choose how you want to flavor your favorite Mexican dish. Full bar available.
900 North Austin Avenue, Suite 410
Louisiana Crab Shack serves a variety of grilled, fried, broiled and steamed seafood. Not a seafood fan? You can find chicken on the menu as well!
704 S. Austin Avenue
Mesquite Creek Outfitters offers wine, craft beer, men’s and ladies apparel. Ask about food menu items.
205 w. 6th St., Suite 101
Lark & Owl is an independent bookstore, bistro, and retail experience, founded by women, in historic Downtown Georgetown, Texas. Their mission is to meet the needs of their customers by creating an inviting space for community, conversation, and books.
714 S. Austin Avenue
Oolala is a boutique in downtown Georgetown offering trendy apparael, jewelry, gifts, perfume oil and home decor.
2502 Williams Drive Suite C
Serving premium fresh juices and smoothies, kombucha on tap and fresh, delicious Boar’s Head sandwiches and even gluten-free protein bars! They pride themselves in serving healthy options for everyone!
1500 Rivery Blvd, Suite 2155
Rivery Coffeehouse & Desserts is upscale Coffeehouse featuring European style coffee, baked goods and desserts. With large comfy couches and tables in a lounge setting to come enjoy the company of friends or enjoy the free wi-fi and study. While your here try out our amazing breakfast and lunch croissant sandwiches.
708 S. Rock St.
6 Whiskey Company offers vintage inspired and hand-crafted American goods and apparel brands like Over Under * Boyds of TX *Pendleton * Double D Ranch * YOHO & CO * Tasha Polizzi * Jan Barboglio* Ivy Jane* Good and Well Supply CO*Harlem Candle. Devoted to the Lone Star Lifestyle.
Finding the perfect destination for any event is a true balancing act. On the one hand, you want to host it in a first-class venue surrounded by one-of-a-kind experiences. Yet you don’t want to inconvenience your attendees with long travel times or all the big-city traffic. Georgetown, Texas offers the best of both worlds, all while retaining our own identity. Besides our convenient location just north of Austin, our world-class conference center and abundance of unique activities makes us the perfect choice for conventions, corporate meetings, trade shows and more.
Get to know what we have to offer below, then contact us to start planning your next event here.
Settled among verdant oak and mesquite trees near the trickling San Gabriel River, the Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center is more than a hotel. It’s a destination. Ideal for functions of all sizes, the hotel has more than 26,600 square feet of event space and 18 meeting rooms, the largest of which can accommodate as many as 1,500 attendees. All meeting rooms are equipped with comprehensive technology, and you’ll have the assistance of on-site experts and meeting planners that will help everything run smoothly. See floor plans, a capacity chart and room set-up examples here.
Beyond its meeting facilities, the Sheraton is a place where your attendees will feel at ease. More than 220 stylish guestrooms and suites include plush king or queen beds with fluffy pillows, dedicated work desks and rainfall showerheads in the bathrooms. The hotel’s inviting restaurant and lobby bar afford space to dine and socialize outside of your event hours, while the outdoor heated pool offers a convenient way to unwind year-round. When your attendees need to work up a sweat, they can either visit the 24-hour fitness center or jog or borrow a bike and explore the nearby North San Gabriel River Trail.
The Sheraton’s world-class service, amenities and convenient location just off Interstate 35 near Downtown Georgetown means it has everything you need to host the kind of event your guests will rave about.
Breathtaking underground caverns, wineries serving delicious Texas reds and whites and all the breathtaking architecture of the Most Beautiful Square in Texas. Host your event in Georgetown and your attendees won’t have to go far to experience some of the best the Hill Country has to offer.
Located just a few minutes away from the Sheraton hotel, Downtown Georgetown is centered around the Courthouse on the Square, a historic structure that doubles as a unique meeting venue. Surrounding it are countless restaurants, shops and three wineries, where your guests can fill their glass and stroll the area as they sip their new favorite wine. The arts are abundant here as well, with the works of nationally renowned artists on display at the Georgetown Art Center and live theater productions at the Palace Theatre.
While Downtown Georgetown is a treasure trove of things to do, see and taste, there’s much more going around town. Situated just a few minutes south of Georgetown, Inner Space Cavern is a subterranean wonderland full of breathtaking formations that allows group tours. For an off-site ice breaker with locally brewed craft beer, rent out Rentsch Brewery. Yard games, TVs and an enticing selection of brews await at the brewery, which can accommodate up to 220 if you book the entire indoor/outdoor facility.
To give your guests an authentic Texas experience, host a team-building activity at Reunion Ranch, which provides a range of fun activities that’ll bring everyone together. There are also the elevated obstacles at the Challenge Course, where individual and group activities are designed to develop teamwork skills while having a great time along the way. Finally, a venture out to the Walburg German Restaurant & Biergarten is another great option if you want to give your attendees a taste of the Hill Country’s German heritage.
For more suggested activities, contact our team and we will be happy to assist.
Walk Georgetown’s downtown streets or explore its cave and you’ll feel like you’re a world away from all of Austin’s hustle and bustle. Yet this Hill Country getaway is just 30 miles north of downtown Austin. As close as it is to the Texas capital, your attendees won’t have to stress about navigating all that big-city traffic. If they’re flying into the Austin Bergstrom International Airport or driving up from San Antonio, they can cruise up Toll 130, a route that goes around downtown Austin. Not only that, but Georgetown is less than three hours from the Dallas and Fort Worth area and Houston.
Whether your attendees are arriving by air or by car, they’ll find getting to Georgetown as easy as saying “Howdy, y’all.”
Our world-class conference center, convenient location and wealth of things to see and do makes Georgetown an ideal destination for your next event. Start your planning process by seeing all our venues and service providers, then submit your RFP.
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2200 S. Austin Avenue
Hello Sweetie’s BBQ is marinated with special seasoning and smoked over mesquite and oak wood for a 24-hour period. Your brisket or pulled pork is weighed to a generous quarter of a pound, served on a bun with homemade BBQ sauce. They also serve shaved ice and ice cream. Open Monday – Saturday.
3308 Williams Dr # 100
1011 Leander Road
Two locations in Georgetown.
The Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center is set among the lush greenery of Georgetown’s Rivery Park. The full-service modern hotel offers small-town Texas hospitality with world-class services and amenities. Explore Southwestern University, stroll through downtown, or enjoy the bountiful nature all around. Within the hotel, you’ll find stylish rooms and suites, all with complimentary Wi-Fi, and thoughtful touches. Gather in the inviting restaurant and lobby bar, where you can savor creative cocktails and classic American comfort food with innovative twists. Go for a swim in the outdoor heated pool, hop on one of the complimentary bikes, go for a jog on the trails or workout in the 24-hour fitness center. Set the scene to impress with the elegant indoor and outdoor conference and wedding venues, superb catering and unparalleled services.
823 S. Austin Avenue
All Things New motto is: “Every day there is an opportunity for all things to become new. A new day, life, marriage, journey, endeavor. Simply anything! All Things New was born out of the experience and life journey of Debra Hobbs and Mandy Tyrrell. The passion for channeling creativity and building relationships is at the heart of what we do. We would love to help you celebrate the *new* in your life! We are a local florist in Georgetown, TX.” You can also find antiques and a variety of unique gifts from the vendors.
FinanceBuzz just released their list of Fun and Frugal Weekend Getaways in All 50 States and Visit Georgetown rules in Texas! See the entire list: Fun and Frugal Weekend Getaways.
1013 W. University, Suite 310
Smokey Mo’s Bar-B-Q owners Morris and Lisa Melchor have lived and worked in the barbeque business for an astounding sixty years between them! They have a large variety of items to choose from!
Anyone looking for kid-friendly summer fun ideas? Check out this great article by Gabby Cullen with Red Tricycle featuring “What to do with kids in Georgetown!” It’s a great list to share with friends looking to visit with little ones. Just in time for the weekend, too! Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center, The Williamson Museum, Sip ‘n’ Stain Georgetown, TX, 18 Carrot Bakery, All Things Kids In Georgetown, Texas, Lark and Owl Booksellers, Inner Space Cavern, 600 Degrees Pizzeria & Drafthouse, Wildfire Restaurant, The Monument Cafe and The Georgetown Palace Theatre are all on her list. Read it all here: redtri.com/what-to-do-with-kids-in-georgetown-texas/slide/6.
706 S. Austin Avenue
Barons Creek winery will be serving wines from their vineyards. Their philosophy at Baron’s Creek is to bring you small lots of very fine wine from the best vineyards. They source grapes from specialty growers throughout Texas, Washington, California and Spain. To read more about Barons Creek Vineyards, please go to baronscreekvineyards.com/Vineyards. Visit Barons Creek Winery on the Georgetown Square Thursdays – Saturdays, noon till 9 p.m. and Sundays, noon till 5 p.m.
301 Scurlock Farms Rd.
Beautiful Scurlock Farms in the Texas Hill Country offers the best that nature can offer – one mile of frontage along the San Gabriel River, wooded hillsides, beautiful views, centuries old majestic oaks and abundant wildlife and birds. You will enjoy a rural, peaceful setting with many activities on the far or day trips around the area. To see more information and to make reservations, visit their website.
309 South Main Street
309 Coffee is a coffeeshop located just off the square in downtown Georgetown, TX. Started by a group of friends with a heart for delicious coffee and creating community, they are firm believers in caffeinated conversation. 309 Coffee aims to serve the best coffee in Georgetown, but they are just as passionate about knowing you, your drink order, and creating a place where all feel welcome. Serving coffee & treats + beer & wine.
1421 S. IH 35
P. Terry’s Burger Stand offers the freshest quality ingredients you can find served out of a drive-thru window. We’re where fresh, all-natural, beef and chicken became staple items. They serve fresh-cut fries made from all-natural potatoes, free of trans fats and hydrogenated oils, fresh-baked cookies, banana bread, and house veggie burger; fresh-squeezed orange juice and lemonade; and authentic milkshakes.
1108 Rivery Blvd
Arby’s Georgetown is a quick-service restaurant serving quality meats on handcrafted sandwiches. They call the transformation from a cut meat to a delicious sandwich “Meatcraft.” Serving sandwiches, gyros, curly fries, shakes and sides, and more.
It’s always great to receive accolades from writers visiting from other great Texas cities. Alyssa from Twenty Something SA wrote: “Recently I traveled two hours to Georgetown, about 30 miles north of Austin. Once I was outside ATX city limits, the highway to became less crowded and I felt my mind and body relax. It felt nice to pass the hustle + bustle and continue onto more serene lands.” To read her great article and see some photos, including some yummy food photos, go to twentysomethingsa.com/7-reasons-why-georgetown-should-be-your-next-getaway.
710 South Austin Avenue
Sip ‘n’ Stain Georgetown is an Eco-Friendly DIY Workshop where you can take hands-on classes to make wood signs and more for home decor and gifts. For more information, shop hours, and to book a class, please see their website.
PaperCity Magazine Author Megan Forney writes, “A few weeks back, I drove a little more than 20 miles from Austin to Georgetown, perhaps best known for having the most beautiful town square in Texas. It’s a small, historic town that not only boasts a welcoming spirit…” Read on about the raves: papercitymag.com/culture/travel/georgetown-texas-austin-escape-town-square-friday-night-lights/
Who made the Fodor Travel’s List of America’s 25 Cutest Main Streets in Small(er) Towns? Georgetown, Texas did! 🎉💫 Click the website link to read what they say about Georgetown and see the full list including other cute Main Street Towns across the nation: fodors.com/news/photos/americas-25-cutest-main-streets-in-smaller-towns.
The very popular “Only In Your State” website featured Georgetown’s very own unique playscape. Only In Your State features attractions across the nation! Read what they have say in this article titled, “The Unique Playground Hiding Near Austin That Your Whole Family Will Love.” You can also find more information on the Playscape and other great Georgetown Parks at Georgetown Parks and Recreation.
Georgetown made Austin American Statesman’s Summer of 2018 list of day trips! Included are some of our beloved attractions – Blue Hole, Inner Space Cavern and El Monumento. Check out the article and complete list here: mystatesman.com/travel/cool-day-trips-that-will-delight-the-family
1021 W. University Avenue
In addition to pharmacy services, CVS offers healthy snacks as well as beauty, health and wellness products.
Georgetown is in the spotlight again! Read why It’s “Hip to Be Square in Georgetown” according to Texas Monthly. Thank you, Texas Monthly, for the great compliment! Read more about the hip hangouts and the fun they found in this well-written article that sums up downtown life in Georgetown: texasmonthly.com/travel/hip-square-georgetown.
Georgetown and Our Most Beautiful Town Square is making travel adventure headlines again! Take two minutes and read what Kelley with The Culture Collective has to share from her adventure and her quotes from our Mayor Dale Ross! “Tucked away just about 25 miles north of Austin, Texas is the nation’s fifth fastest growing city: Georgetown. The community’s southern hospitality, diverse outdoor offerings and burgeoning food scene are just the icing on the cake for Georgetown’s real draw – a thriving economy…” Read the entire article:the-culture.co/the-business-of-sustainability-how-one-city-in-texas-boosts-their-economy-through-renewable-energy/
The City of Georgetown Convention and Visitors Bureau recently placed second for the best destination marketing organization/convention and visitors bureau for the Southwest region for the 2017 Stella Awards. This was the award’s inaugural year.
The Stella Awards are presented by The Northstar Meeting Group and recognize hotels, convention centers, conference centers, airlines, cruise lines, destination marketing organizations/CVBs, and destination management companies that consistently deliver quality service and innovation to meeting and events professionals.
“We are very honored to be recognized alongside cities that have been doing meeting and event planning for many years,” Georgetown Tourism and CVB Manager Cari Miller said. “This award has given us the opportunity to showcase our City to meeting managers from throughout the U.S. We couldn’t have won this award without our incredible CVB team and all the wonderful work they do.”
Finalists for the awards were selected by voting industry professionals, and winners were selected by a panel of judges based on professionalism, consistency in delivering quality service, innovation of ideas, and support to meeting professionals.
Visit Phoenix and the Irving CVB placed first in the category, and Visit Denver came in third.
The Southwest region includes Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah.
After Erin McWilliams, Writer from Austin’s EASTside Magazine spent a weekend in Georgetown, she wrote, “Georgetown is one of the Hill Country’s hidden gems, boasting the beautiful Blue Hole along the San Gabriel River, one of the best preserved caves in the state, and a dreamy town square.” Read the entire article and see more photos at: eastsideatx.com/a-weekend-in-georgetown.
Susan Moss of DoughMessTic recently visited Georgetown and blogged, “Caves, boating, markets, great dining? The #1 fastest growing city in America in its population range? And the Most Beautiful Town Square in the state? This I had to see….We arrived in Georgetown late on a Friday afternoon, and swung by the Visitor’s Center. Talk about a welcome. This little town has a stunning historical façade, and they weren’t kidding about that town square. It REALLY is beautiful. It’s a reminder of all things that used to be easy, and good. Where soda shops were a real thing, and not just in the movies. Where neighbors were actually neighborly. It oozes nostalgia.” Susan is from a small town and this now an avid world traveler. So, when she gives us this sort of review, we take it as a HIGH compliment! Read the entire article: doughmesstic.com/2017/10/12/family-travel-georgetown-texas/
Travels with Tam Travel Blogger, Tam Warner Minton author of Travels with Tam, says , “You should experience amazing and beautiful Georgetown, Texas!…I have to say that Georgetown has the prettiest town square I have seen so far in the Hill Country!…What a great place for a Texas trip! The courthouse is in the center, surrounded by historic buildings, cute shop fronts, and a grassy lawn. Georgetown is in Williamson County, Texas, and has a rich history.” Tam has been published in Huffington Post, Matador Network, Travel Post Monthly, and many more publications. Read the complete article, full of great details and photos: http://travelswithtam.com/beautiful-georgetown-texas/
Throughout October, Georgetown will host a variety of Halloween events for all ages. Join one of the Ghostly Adventure Tours around the “Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas,” to hear tales of Williamson County’s haunted past; two versions are available for both younger children and older thrill-seekers. Thrill-seekers may also enjoy the 8th Annual Nightmare on Jail Hill Haunted House, with an evening exploring the haunted Williamson County Jail. The haunted house is sponsored by the Williamson County Brown Santa and the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office with all proceeds benefiting the Brown Santa program. Boo Bash, sponsored by the Downtown Georgetown Association, invites families to dress in costume to trunk or treat on The Square. There’s a Hayride and Halloween Festival in San Gabriel Park and several movies! We’ll be updating events, so check back often![posts count=’27’ offset=” cat_name=’halloween-events’ layout=’box-grid-3-col’ pagination=’hide’][/posts]
Thanks to CultureMap Austin for this incredible Austin area cave tour roundup, which includes our very own Inner Space Cavern. “Austin and its surrounding areas are known for beautiful Hill Country landscapes and plenty of outdoor recreation options — but don’t forget to explore the awesome sights underground, too. You can up the adventure by making a day trip to one of these showstopping caves near the city.” Read the entire article here: 5 incredible caves to explore just outside of Austin
Looking for a fun road trip? Read this great article by Having Fun in the Texas Sun – Texas Family Travel about visiting Inner Space Cavern, Georgetown Parks and Recreation Hike and Bike Trails and Playscape, The Monument Cafe and camping at Berry Springs Park And Preserve! What a great way to spend time in Georgetown! Give it a read and make your plans: havingfuninthetexassun.com/2016/06/12/berry-springs-park-and-preserve-georgetown/