UPDATED: Dining areas required to close to public, order takeout from these Georgetown restaurants

600 Degrees Market Place is offering curbside pick up and has added the option of delivery services GrubHub and UberEats. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)
600 Degrees Market Place is offering curbside pick up and has added the option of delivery services GrubHub and UberEats. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)

600 Degrees Market Place is offering curbside pick up and has added the option of delivery services GrubHub and UberEats. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)

Editor’s note: This story will be updated as more information is available. Please email our editorial team at [email protected] to have your restaurant, brewery or bar included or to provide an update.

Williamson County mandated all common-space dining areas close to the public on March 18 through May 11. This includes wine and beer retailers or permit holders, which were ordered to close indoor and outdoor bar spaces open to the public.

County officials clarified that this order includes all bars and restaurants in and outside of cities like Georgetown.

However, residents can continue to support local businesses by placing to-go orders from these restaurants:


Takeout, curbside and/or delivery



18 Carrot Bakery–takeout, delivery

600 Degrees Market Place—curbside pickup, takeout


2020 Market Scratch Kitchen & Bar—curbside pickup, takeout

Barking Armadillo Brewing–curbside pickup, takeout

Barrels and Amps–curbside pickup, delivery

BB’s Home Cooking Restaurant—curbside pickup, takeout, delivery to begin March 24

BiG Cafe Brookwood in Georgetown–takeout, free delivery (25% off orders)


Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill—curbside pickup (15% off of curbside of $50 or more), takeout

Bob's Catfish N More–takeout


Brix and Ale—takeout

Bush's Fried Chicken–drive thru, takeout, third-party delivery


Carl’s Jr.—drive-thru, takeout, third-party delivery

Catfish Parlour Georgetown, Inc.—curbside service, takeout

Chick-fil-A West University Ave.—drive-thru, takeout, third-party delivery

Cotton Patch Cafe—curbside service, takeout, third-party delivery

Dairy Queen—drive-thru, takeout, third-party delivery

DoubleDave’s Pizzaworks—free delivery, takeout

El Monumento—curbside pickup, takeout

Firo Fire Kissed Pizza—drive thru

First Watch Daytime Cafe—takeout

Fish City Grill–curbside pickup, delivery


George’s on the Town—delivery, takeout, adjusted hours

Golden Chick—drive-thru, takeout, third-party delivery

Greenhouse Craft Food—to-go only

Gumbo’s on the Square in Georgetown—curbside pickup, free delivery, takeout

Hydrate–takeout, third-party delivery

Jersey Mike’s—delivery, takeout

Jimmy John's–curbside pickup, delivery


Just Love Coffee Cafe—takeout

Kyoto Sushi & Steak Asian cuisine–takeout, delivery

Lamppost Coffee–takeout, delivery

Longhorn Steakhouse—takeout

Louisiana Crab Shack—takeout, third-party delivery

Mango Tango—takeout

Marco’s Pizza Georgetown—takeout, third-party delivery

Mariachis de Jalisco–curbside pickup, takeout


MasFajitas Restaurant—take-out

McAlister’s Deli—delivery, takeout

McDonalds-Austin Avenue—drive-thru, takeout, third-party delivery

Mesquite Creek Outfitters–curbside pickup, delivery

Milano Trattoria–takeout, delivery


Misu Sushi—curbside pickup, takeout

MOD Pizza—takeout

Monument Cafe—curbside pickup, delivery

Nancy's Sky Garden–takeout, delivery


Olive Garden—curbside pickup, takeout

The Pit Barbecue—curbside pickup, drive-thru

Pizza Hut–Takeout, delivery


Poke-e-Jo’s Smokehouse—curbside pickup, takeout, third-party delivery

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers—drive-thru, takeout, third-party delivery

Red Poppy Coffee Co.–curbside pickup, takeout

Rentsch Brewery–drive-thru at warehouse


Roots Bistro—curbside pickup, takeout, third-party delivery

Schlotzsky’s Deli—takeout, delivery

Scoops @ All Things Kids–curbside pickup for pints of ice cream, delivery for toys, books, games

Shanghai Express–curbside pickup, takeout, delivery

Simmer Down Cafe–takeout, delivery

Smokey Mo’s Bar-B-Q—curbside pickup, delivery, takeout


Smoothie King—drive-thru, takeout

Sonic Drive-In-Austin Avenue—drive-in, takeout

Sonic Drive-In-Williams Drive—drive-in, takeout

South Fork—limited selection of to-go meals


Starbucks Coffee Co.—takeout, third-party delivery

Sweet Lemon Kitchen—takeout, limited delivery, third-party delivery

Taco Cabana—drive-thru, takeout

ThunderCloud Subs—takeout, delivery

Tiff's Treats–takeout, delivery


Wildfire—curbside pickup, takeout, third-party delivery

Willie’s Grill and Icehouse—curbside pickup, takeout

Woops–curbside pickup, delivery

Yaghi's Pizzeria–takeout, delivery


Zoe’s Kitchen—takeout, delivery

Temporarily closed

The Bistro at Lark & Owl

Hardtails Bar & Grill–closed until May 11


This list is not comprehensive.



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