A premier steak and seafood restaurant in the heart of Georgetown, near the Most Beautiful Square in Texas. City Post also has a market featuring fresh food items. Located in the original Georgetown Post Office, rich with history and nostalgia.
Blogger Jessi Coulter recently visited Georgetown and shares her favorite Instagrammable murals. “If you live in Georgetown or are visiting for the weekend, you’ll find lots of great murals to pose next to!” Some might be a little harder to find than others so take a look at Jessi’s post for location details of the most popular Georgetown murals: Georgetown’s Most Instagrammable Murals.
Black Sugar Caffe, located on the historic downtown Georgetown offers a wide variety of drinks and treats including espresso specialty drinks, blended frappe, Boba, organic smoothies, light fairs, deserts, an exquisite collection of filled puffed dough called Bijoux (Croissant, Dount), and tapas.
The Golden Rule is a speak-easy style restaurant that offers a menu with a variety of cuisine, including Texas fried shrimp, pecan fried chicken, and sweet glazed Brussels sprouts, but the menu is subject to change. It also hosts a full bar with featured cocktails and an extensive whiskey collection.
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.
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.
All Things Kids is an award winning family owned store proud to offer a unique selection of exceptional European and North American BATTERY FREE toys as well as the top 100 Children’s books of all time. They also offer 42 flavors of Beth Marie’s Ice Cream, shakes, floats and sodas as well as over 400 different kinds of candy. The Georgetown Chamber Of Commerce Small Business Of The Year 2012 and The Texas Downtown Association ‘Best Downtown Business In Texas’ 2013.
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.
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.
The Williamson Museum promotes the unique culture and heritage of Williamson County with their exhibits, educational programming, monthly hands-on events and other events for the public. The Museum also provides tours of the Historic Williamson County Courthouse. The Museum is open Wednesday – Friday, noon – 5 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Also, stop by on First Fridays, 6 – 8 p.m.
This unique shop is located on the historic Downtown Square. Operated as a not-for-profit consignment store by local senior citizens, Handcrafts Unlimited lets you watch quilters in action every Thursday afternoon. Hometown conversation abounds in this 20-year-old shop where you’ll find Texas handcrafted novelties, quilts and unique gifts.
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