Several new businesses opened in Georgetown in December and January, including a wine bar and appetizer board restaurant, a gymnastics facility, and a day care and after-school center.

Additionally City Post Chophouse is preparing to open an underground speakeasy downtown.

Read about these updates and more below.

Now open

1. Perfect Pair Sips & Boards

The business serves infusion boards, which highlight flavors from various regions, including Italy, the Mediterranean, Spain and Mexico. Co-owner Kristin Gunter said one of the business’s most popular boards so far is “Big Texas,” featuring a tomahawk steak, cornbread, roasted broccolini and mushrooms, jalapeno mac and cheese, quail, and smoked sausage. The establishment pairs its boards with cocktails, beer and wine.2. Texas Twisters Gymnastics

The gymnastics facility offers classes for all ages. Gymnasts may try out for competitive teams as well as participate in open gyms, private lessons, birthday parties, and camps held during school breaks and holidays. The business is locally owned and operated by Todd Austin and his wife, Becky Austin, who has a background in competitive gymnastics and coaching.3. Raa Mawa Desi Fusion

Located at South Fork Fun, Food and Brew, the food truck serves authentic Indian street food, including hyderabadi chicken, punjabi samosa, and Indian dessert gulab jamun. The food truck also offers catering.4. Blink Boutique Eyecare + Eyewear

The optometry practice provides comprehensive eye exams, contact lenses, dry eye treatment, eye disease management, diabetic exams and eyewear. The business is led by optometrists Drs. Kimberly Pham and Alyssa Garza.5. Decor With Amor

Owner Jasmin Sky said she works with artisans in Mexico to curate the sustainable home goods store and showroom. The business also has a creative studio for hosting workshops.6. Amazing Explorers Academy

Using a science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics curriculum, the academy offers a variety of programming for ages 6 weeks to prekindergarten, before- and after-school activities, and summer camps for school-age students up to age 12.7. Austin Fine Arts Academy

The business offers private voice, piano and beginner guitar lessons for all ages as well as a Georgetown Community Children's Chorus for kindergarteners-fifth graders. Austin Fine Arts Academy is owned by Brett Ellis, and Diana Ellis is the academy's Georgetown manager and voice and piano teacher.8. Tropical Smoothie Cafe

The cafe serves smoothies alongside flatbreads, wraps, sandwiches, quesadillas and salads. Mike and Kara Sheppard are the franchisees for the location.9. Sport Clips

Headquartered in Georgetown, the salon offers one-on-one consultations, haircuts and styling for men and boys.Moms I Like to Feed Meals

The meal prep service delivers healthy, family-style meals that are gluten-, dairy-, soy- and nut-free. Brittany Sarkisian opened a kitchen in Georgetown after moving to the area.Acclaimed Angels Home Care

The business provides in-home care to seniors as well as operates three personal care homes in Georgetown staffed 24/7 with workers trained in dementia care.Coming soon

10. City Post Chophouse speakeasy

The vintage, 1930s-inspired cocktail lounge will serve Prohibition-style drinks, host live music and feature a cigar lounge with a built-in humidor. The speakeasy will also offer private meeting and event space.11. Domino's Pizza

The global franchise serves a variety of pizzas, including hand-tossed, crunchy thin and handmade pan crusts; stuffed cheesy bread and bread twists; chicken wings; pasta; sandwiches; desserts; and sodas.
  • Opening by early March
  • 6601 Williams Drive, Ste. B102, Georgetown
12. Shell

The gas station will be accompanied by a convenience store and fast-food restaurant. Construction will likely start in the next 90 days and last eight to nine months, owner Aslam Motiwala said.Relocations

13. Kona's TX BBQ

The food truck serves Texas-style barbecue for lunch and dinner, including sandwiches, plates, specials and sides. It relocated from Hutto to a permanent site in downtown Georgetown at Teal Sky Studio Boutique.Closings

14. The Garden at The Summit

The restaurant served seafood, pasta, pizza, wine, cocktails and brunch. The closure comes as the restaurant's majority investor pulled out of Texas, a representative with the company said.