33 restaurants in Georgetown to try

Mango Tango opened its dining room May 1. (Courtesy Mango Tango)
Mango Tango opened its dining room May 1. (Courtesy Mango Tango)

Mango Tango opened its dining room May 1. (Courtesy Mango Tango)

These restaurants opened in 2020 or are coming soon. This list is not comprehensive.

AMERICAN

2020 Market Scratch Kitchen

1500 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 1100

512-688-4289


www.2020marketgtx.com

First Watch

1225 I-35, Ste. 135

512-641-3331

www.facebook.com/fwgeorgetown

The Golden Rule

606 S. Church St.

512-843-5900

www.facebook.com/thegoldenrulegtx

Huddle House

4610 N. I-35

770-325-1300

www.huddlehouse.com

Jason’s Deli

1431 S. I-35, Ste. 101

512-688-4275

www.jasonsdeli.com

Nightingale Bistro

205 W. Sixth St., Ste. 101a

512-677-5513

www.nightingalebistro.com

P. Terry’s Burger Stand

1421 I-35, Pad L

512-240-5533

www.pterrys.com

Willie’s Grill & Icehouse

1301 S. I-35

512-713-1313

www.williesgrillandicehouse.com

ASIAN

Ichiro Asian Bistro & Wine Bar

1500 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 2120

512-688-4288

http://ichirosushiwinebar.com

Mango Tango Bistro and Bar

E. Seventh St., Ste. 116

512-487-6187

www.facebook.com/mtgeorgetown

Phoever Diner

5725 Williams Drive, Ste. 110

512-948-7053

www.phoeverdinertx.com

BARBEQUE

Tejano Cookers BBQ & Catering Co.

3900 Shell Road

512-661-1418

www.facebook.com/tejanocookersbbqcatering

COFFEE/TEA

Black Sugar Caffe

109 W. Seventh St., Ste. 105

512-688-3035

www.blacksugarcaffe.com

Coffee+Crisp

3302 W. Hwy. 29

512-763-9717

www.coffeeandcrisp.com

HTeaO

3020 Williams Drive

512-843-6094

www.hteao.com

Rivery Coffeehouse & Desserts

1500 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 2155

512-887-1797

www.riverycoffeehouse.com

DESSERTS

The Baked Bear Custom Ice Cream Sandwiches

109 E. Seventh St.

www.thebakedbear.com

Crumbl Cookies

1013 W. University Ave.

512-630-0363

www.crumblcookies.com

Nothing Bundt Cakes

1003 W. University Ave., Ste. 120

737-808-7044

www.nothingbundtcakes.com

The Yard Milkshake Bar

940 W. University Ave., Ste. 120

512-688-3634

www.theyardmilkshakebar.com

DRINKS

Barking Armadillo

507 River Bend Drive

512-240-5137

www.barkingarmadillo.com

Kork Wine Bar

815 S. Main St., Ste. 101

512-240-5999

www.korkwine.com

GREEK

Greek Gyros & Pizza-Subs

1211 Leander Road

512-688-4220

Facebook: Greek Gyro Leander Rd in Georgetown TX

HEALTHY EATING

GTX Nutrition

4112 Williams Drive, Ste. 101

512-948-7310

Facebook: GTX Nutrition

Yummy Chef

608 N. Church St.

713-259-0844

www.yummychefus.com

ITALIAN

600 Degrees Market Place

114 E. Seventh St., Ste. 115

512-963-9272.

http://600degreespizzeria.com

The Garden at the Summit

1500 Rivery Blvd., Bldg. 2, Ste. 2175

https://gardenatellera.com

Coming Summer 2021

MEXICAN

Fuego Latino Gastropub

708 S. Austin Ave.

737-202-4270

www.fuegolatinogastropub.com

Juan & Lupe’s Kitchen

4701 Williams Drive, Bldg. 2

512-819-1258

www.juanlupeskitchen.com

Marisol’s Mexican Grill

603 W. University Ave., Ste. 110

512-688-6849

www.marisolsmexicangrill.com

Mikey V’s Hot Sauce &Tacos on the Square

711 S. Main St.

512-688-5071

www.mikeyvsfoods.com

Tejas Meat Supply

101 E. Seventh St.

512-763-1000

www.tejasmeatsupply.com

Urban Grazing

www.facebook.com/urbangrazingtx


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