Red Tricycle: What To Do With Kids in Georgetown

what to do with kids in Georgetown TX by Gabby Cullen
Photo by Gabby Cullen

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. 

First Fridays in Downtown

First Friday Georgetown TexasOn First Fridays of each month, merchants stay open later for evening shopping – a wonderful time to explore The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas! Stroll the historic streets, visiting galleries, meeting local artists and listening to live music in local restaurants and shops. Make sure you drop in at the Williamson Museum and the Georgetown Art Center from 6 – 8 p.m.! You never know what fun awaits you on a First Friday! For more information, please go to thegeorgetownsquare.com.

18 Carrot Bakery

18 Carrot Bakery Georgetown Texas710 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

Catering

Wildfire

812 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.

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