Check out 20 restaurants that opened in Georgetown this past year

The new 2020 Market, Scratch Kitchen & Bar opened in the Summit at Rivery Park development at the beginning of this year. Menu items come from local sources, including farmers markets, Gulf Coast fishing boats and country farm fields. (Courtesy 2020 Market, Scratch Kitchen & Bar)
The new 2020 Market, Scratch Kitchen & Bar opened in the Summit at Rivery Park development at the beginning of this year. Menu items come from local sources, including farmers markets, Gulf Coast fishing boats and country farm fields. (Courtesy 2020 Market, Scratch Kitchen & Bar)

The new 2020 Market, Scratch Kitchen & Bar opened in the Summit at Rivery Park development at the beginning of this year. Menu items come from local sources, including farmers markets, Gulf Coast fishing boats and country farm fields. (Courtesy 2020 Market, Scratch Kitchen & Bar)

These restaurants opened in Georgetown between January 2019 and January 2020. This list is non-comprehensive.

Key: [$-$9.99] [$$- $10-$19.99] [$$$ $20+]

AMERICAN

2020 Market, Scratch Kitchen & Bar

1500 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 1100

512-688-4289

www.facebook.com/2020marketgtx

[$$]

Barrels & Amps

718 S. Austin Ave.

512-688-5717

https://barrelsandamps.com

[$$]

The Bistro at Lark & Owl

205 W. Sixth St., Ste. 101

512-688-5582

www.larkandowlbooksellers.com
[$]


ASIAN

Lin’s Asian Cafe

5725 Williams Drive

512-688-5587

www.linscafetx.com

[$-$$]

BARBECUE

Pok-e-Jo’s Smokehouse

610 N. Austin Ave.

512-338-1990

www.pokejos.com

[$-$$]

CAJUN

Louisiana Crab Shack

900 N. Austin Ave.

512-688-5275

www.facebook.com/louisianaaustin

[$-$$]

Willie’s Grill & Icehouse

1301 I-35

512-713-1313

https://williesgrillandicehouse.com

[$-$$]

COFFEE/TEA

309 Coffee

309 S. Main St.

512-931-4990

www.309.coffee

[$]

Just Love Coffee

1013 W. University Ave., Ste. 195

512-591-8875

https://justlovecoffee.com

[$]

Lamppost Coffee

809 S. Main St.

512-913-1974

www.facebook.com/lamppostgtown

[$]

DELI

Jason’s Deli

1431 I-35, Ste. 101

512-688-4275

www.jasonsdeli.com

[$]


Jersey Mike’s

904 W. University Ave., Ste. 105

737-356-0444

www.jerseymikes.com

[$]

HEALTHY EATING

First Watch Daytime Cafe

1225 I-35, Ste. 135

512-641-3331

www.firstwatch.com

[$-$$]


Smoothie King

1003 W. University Ave., Ste. 110

512-948-7002

www.smoothieking.com

[$]


ITALIAN

Olive Garden

1401 S. I-35

512-688-4235

www.olivegarden.com

[$$-$$$]

MEDITERRANEAN

Zoes Kitchen

1201 W. University Ave., Ste. 105

512-942-2775

www.zoeskitchen.com

[$-$$]

PIZZA

Firo Fire Kissed Pizza

3702 D. B. Wood Road

512-688-5103

www.firopizza.com

[$]

MOD Pizza

1003 W. University Ave., Ste. 125

512-229-1712

https://modpizza.com

[$-$$]

OTHER

Lone Star Kolaches

2500 Williams Drive

512-484-4986

www.lonestarkolaches.com

[$]

Tiff’s Treats

1225 I-35, Ste. 105

512-686-7500

www.cookiedelivery.com

[$]
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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