Unboxed Picnic now open, Bare Trees Boutique coming soon and more Georgetown business news

Unboxed Picnic, a picnic service business, provides a unique and creative way to celebrate any occasion; it also handles the setup and clean-up. (Courtesy Unboxed Picnic)
Unboxed Picnic, a picnic service business, provides a unique and creative way to celebrate any occasion; it also handles the setup and clean-up. (Courtesy Unboxed Picnic)

Unboxed Picnic, a picnic service business, provides a unique and creative way to celebrate any occasion; it also handles the setup and clean-up. (Courtesy Unboxed Picnic)

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Bare Trees Boutique is relocating to Georgetown with a pop-up shop on the Square. (Courtesy Bare Trees Boutique)
Here are three business that have recently opened or plan to open in Georgetown.

Unboxed Picnic, a picnic service business, provides a unique and creative way to celebrate any occasion and handles the set up and clean up. All public picnics are located in San Gabriel Park or Chandler Park in Georgetown. The business can also set up a picnic in a backyard or living room. Unboxed Picnic launched Oct. 8. 512-893-0433. https://unboxedpicnic.com/


Originally located in Waco, Bare Trees Boutique is relocating to Georgetown with a pop-up shop on the Square. The women’s clothing boutique plans to open Nov. 1 and will share the space with Texas Outlaw Boots at least through the Christmas Stroll, owner Charlene Blasi Chirum said. Chirum added that she hopes to find a permanent home in Georgetown for her store in the future. The popup shop will be located at 109 W. Seventh St., Ste. 115, Georgetown, above The Exchange of Georgetown, Consignment Boutique. Shoppers can find women’s and children’s clothing, skin care products, bags, accessories, gifts and more. 512-864-9822. www.baretreesboutique.com

Texas Outlaw Boots will share a pop-up space with Bare Trees Boutique in November. The popup will be located at 109 W. Seventh St., Ste. 115, Georgetown, above The Exchange of Georgetown, Consignment Boutique. It sells family-made boots for women, men and children. The business also has a location in Austin near Lake Travis. 512-876-5341. https://texas-outlaw-boot-and-fashion.square.site/
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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