Fuego Latino Gastropub – COMING SOON

fuego latino gastropubPlanning to open in August 2020 at 708 S Austin Ave #101.
fuegolatinogastropub.com

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.

Scoops Ice Cream

Scoops Ice Cream703 S. Main Street
(512) 868-2659
facebook.com/scoopstx/

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.

Monument Cafe

500 South Austin Avenue
(512) 930-9586
themonumentcafe.com

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.  Fresh squeezed fruit juices and free-range eggs are served with breakfast.  The Monument Cafe has free Wireless WI-FI Connectivity.

 

Wildfire

Wildfire Restaurant Sign812 S. Austin Avenue
(512) 869-3473
wildfiretexas.com

Time Magazine referred to Wildfire as a “reason to move to Georgetown.” The food is artistically presented but straightforward and hearty, appealing to both the epi-curious and the real meat-and-potato folk as well. Atmospheric and relaxed fine dining. Full bar available.

*Ask about Wildfire’s venue, suitable for up to 30 people.

Kork Wine Bar

Kork Wine Bar logo815 S. Main Street, Suite 101
(512) 240-5999
korkwine.com

Kork Wine Bar offers wine tastings and wines by the glass on over 25 wines and have around 100 bottle offerings from around the world! They also serve charcuterie boards, salads, Neapolitan style pizza and other small plates that pair well with wine, as well as beer and non-alcoholic drink options. No membership required! Visit Kork Wine Bar on the Georgetown Square Tuesday-Wednesday from 3 – 10 p.m., Thursday from 3 – 11 p.m., Friday-Saturday from Noon – Midnight, and Sunday from Noon – 8 p.m.

 

 

Gumbo’s

Gumbos in Georgetown701 Main Street
(512) 943-4214
gumbos.com

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.

Barons Creek Winery

Georgetown's Baron Creek Wine Room706 S. Austin Avenue
(512) 688-5755
baronscreekvineyards.com/Vineyards

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.

 

Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill

Blue Corn Harvest Georgetown Restaurant212 W. 7th Street, #105,
(512) 819-6018
bluecornharvest.com

Blue Corn Harvest restaurant is a moderately priced, casual theme style establishment serving authentic Southwestern cuisine. Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill features a main dining area and a full service bar with great variety of local and international wine and beer, as well as a full bar available.

Tony & Luigi’s Restaurante

Tony & Luigi's Restaurant sign1201 South Church Street
(512) 864-2687
facebook.com/tonyandluigis

At Tony & Luigi’s you will find classic Italian and Mediterranean Food in a beautiful atmosphere! Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday and dinner only on Sunday. A lunch buffet is served also. Outdoor patio area is available.

Galaxy Bakery & CoffeeHouse

Galaxy Bakery sign107 E. 7th Street
(512) 868-0996
GalaxyBakery.com

Galaxy offers a unique selection of baked goods as Rated #4 in the Nation by “The Learning Channel” on the “Bodacious Bakeries” Segment of “Best Food Ever.” Here is a sampling of their new menu: cupcakes, giant cupcakes, cakes, cheesecakes, pies, cookies,  specialty coffee drinks, gourmet hot chocolate, wireless internet.

Georgetown Winery

Georgetown Winery715 South Main Street
(512) 869-8600
GeorgetownWinery.com

Stop in at Georgetown Winery and taste some of their award-winning wines which have won over 200 medals in the past 2 years from competitions in New York, California, Indiana and Texas! All of their wines are made in Georgetown Texas since 2007 and is the first winery to open in Williamson County. Come visit a Texas Tuscany wine in Downtown Georgetown. Open Monday-Thursday 11-6, Friday-Saturday 11-8, Sunday 12:30-5:30.

Jai Wai Thai Kitchen

Jai wei thai 114 E. 7th Street, Suite 105
(512) 868-0023
jaiwaithai.com

Jai Wai’s menu features traditional Thai dishes such as Pad Thai, curries, spring rolls, fried rice dishes and assorted soups. Great for carry out or dine in. Outdoor dining area available on the downtown Square!  Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday.

Red Poppy Coffee Company

Red Poppy Coffee Co. logo

402 West 8th Street
(512) 931-7703
redpoppycoffee.com

Nestled into the corner of the library, where you can enjoy fresh gourmet coffee and deli specials, sandwiches, salads, paninis, and soups. Right off of the square, this Italian coffee bar makes for a peaceful coffee rendezvous or whole-fruit smoothie escapade.

18 Carrot Bakery

18 Carrot Bakery710 S Austin Ave
(702) 540-2430
18carrotbakery.com

18 Carrot Bakery serves cakes, pies, cookies, cinnamon rolls and mini-bundt cakes- all made from scratch using organic ingredients when available. They are also offering pasta making classes. Create custom pastas such as lemon fettuccine , garlic-shallot spaghetti, and assorted flavors of ravioli! Look for schedule of dates and times on their Facebook page: facebook.com/18carrotbakery

Sweet Lemon Kitchen

Sweet Lemon Kitchen812 S. Church St.
(512) 270-0812
sweetlemonkitchen.com

Sweet Lemon Kitchen is serving breakfast and lunch daily! Enjoy a latte along with some featured items like fresh pastries, from-scratch cinnamon rolls or a delicious kolache. Then come back for scrumptious sandwiches, fresh salads, or dive into one of our daily specials. Open 7am – 2:30 pm Tues. – Sat.

Overlooking the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas also offers a gorgeous private dining space. With its picturesque charm, the space is perfect for your special event! They can host ladies luncheons, bridal showers, baby showers, birthday parties or even accommodate a more personalized dining experience.

The venue consists of of 3 different intimate dining spaces that together can accommodate 45 guests. Sweet Lemon offers all-inclusive packages which include the room rental, food and beverages for all your guests you, and a dedicated server.

*Ask about Sweet Lemon Inn’s event venue – indoor venue suitable for up to 39 people, indoor & outdoor combined is suitable for up to 90 people.

El Charrito

El Charrito Restaurant302 S. Austin Avenue
(512) 930-9137

El Charrito serves authentic Mexican food seasoned with the distinctive flavors of Northern Mexico. Chicken and beef fajitas are served on a sizzling black skillet. The more traditional dishes of enchiladas, tacos, burritos, gorditas, carne guisada, flautas, and quesadillas are all served with traditional beans, rice and guacamole.