This fall has brought several new businesses to Georgetown, including Juliet Italian Kitchen, which opened on the Square in October. Additionally, Sprouts Farmers Market is among the businesses coming soon to the area. Read updates on 13 businesses below.

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1. Juliet Italian Kitchen

Located on the Georgetown Square, the restaurant serves a variety of Italian staples, including pasta and pizza, as well as entrees such as wild boar ravioli, slow-braised lamb ragu and double bone-in pork chop. This is the brand’s third location with others on Barton Springs Road and in the Arboretum.2. Music Boss

Owned by Jarka Pederson, the music school offers piano and guitar lessons as well as a variety of classes on topics such as reading music and music theory. Additionally,the business began teaching art classes, including drawing, painting and MozArt—which explores the relationship between music and art. Located in Sedro Crossing, the business also offers special classes for seniors.3. TrvFit Georgetown

Owners Amanda and John Norcott have opened the fitness center, which offers personal training, semiprivate lessons and group fitness sessions aimed at improving strength, balance and overall nutrition. This is the first Texas studio location for the Michigan-based franchise.Coming soon

4. Sprouts Farmers Market

The grocery store chain will offer a wide selection of natural and organic foods, including fresh produce, meats and ready-to-eat meals. According to the company, the 23,000-square-foot Georgetown facility is expected to employ over 80 team members.
  • Opening in late 2024
  • Northwest corner of Williams Drive and Cedar Lake Boulevard, Georgetown
5. Seven Oaks Coffee

The craft coffee brand, which was established by Georgetown resident Mike Phillips in 2022, will open its first coffee shop and drive-thru location. With a focus on curating unique coffee roasts and flavors, Seven Oaks currently sells its blends online and through a mobile truck.6. Blink Boutique Eyecare + Eyewear

Optometrists Drs. Kimberly Pham and Alyssa Garza are preparing to open a practice in downtown Georgetown. The boutique business will offer comprehensive eye exams, which include screening for any eye diseases and vision exams; contact lens evaluations and prescriptions; dry eye treatment; ocular surface therapy; and myopia management. Additionally, Pham said the business will carry trendy eyewear and offer a digital frame styling experience.7. Citizen House Wolf Ranch

The apartment community is now offering unit tours and leasing will begin on Nov. 10. The luxury apartment community has one-bedroom units starting at $1,325 and two-bedroom units starting at $1,890. Community amenities include a pool, a dog park, a playground, a community center and a fitness center.8. Sport Clips Haircuts

The international men's hair salon chain is opening a location at Bar W Marketplace. The business offers one-on-one consultations, haircuts and styling for men and boys. Sport Clips is based out of Georgetown and has 23 locations across Central Texas, according to the founder, Gordon Logan.9. White Blossom Dental

Pediatric dentist Michelle Zin will open a practice offering both primary and preventive oral health care for infants, children and adolescents.
  • Opening in fall 2024
  • 3900 FM 1460, Bldg. 3, Ste. 305, Georgetown
  • Phone number or website not yet available

10. Get Age Fit

The locally owned personal training studio is relocating within Georgetown to its first flagship location on the second-floor of the Sonrisa Professional Center. The studio specializes in fitness training for adults over the age of 35. The new, larger location will accommodate group classes for activities that include yoga, balance, cardio, stretching and nutrition. This will be the third relocation for Get Age Fit, and the business's current studio is at 204 S. I-35, Ste. 101, Georgetown.11. VeraBank

Ahead of the relocation, the bank’s former Georgeotwn location at 1100 Williams Drive permanently closed Sept. 15. The new location will offer expanded services, such as mortgage, wealth and treasury management, as well as drive-thru banking and an ATM.In the news

12. Bridges Boutique

The Georgetown ISD Bridges 18+ program reopened its boutique at the Carver Center for Families on Sept. 27. The boutique—a key component of the district's Bridges 18+ program, which is a transition program that helps young adults with disabilities move on from high school into adult life—features handmade jewelry, candles and other household items for sale. Previously located at The program will move to the new Future Ready Learning Center when construction is completed in time for the 2024-25 school year.Closings

13. Cookie Co.

The California-based treat shop closed its location at The Summit at Rivery Park development because of low customer traffic, Cookie Co. founder Matt Thomas said. However, the franchise isn’t leaving Central Texas as another storefront opened in the Lakeline area in October. The business offers gourmet cookie flavors, including French toast, M&M Explosion, sea salt and caramel, and pineapple upside-down cake.