Retail Roundup: Brushy Creek Area Shopping, Dining and Entertainment

Convenience is the word when it comes to shopping near Brushy Creek. Just 10 minutes away, Lakeline Mall has more than 150 stores, promising a successful shopping experience for the whole family.

Shoppers enjoy this spacious mall knowing they will find everything on their list at the vast selection of stores, including Dillard’s, Macy’s and Sears, as well as American Eagle Outfitters, Bath & Body Works, Express, Foot Locker, Frederick’s of Hollywood, Gap, Image, Lakeline Day Spa, Lane Bryant, The Limited, Office Max, Old Navy, Petsmart, Ross, and many, many more.

Teens are attracted to the mall’s extensive food court, movie theater and other retail shops like Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch. Families appreciate the wide range of stores catering to children and children’s needs such as the Disney Store, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Carter’s, The Children’s Place, Rooms To Go Kids, and Inflatable Wonderland, a bounce house park.

Hungry shoppers have plenty of restaurants to choose from as well, including Applebee’s, Chili’s, Frullati Café, Little Tokyo, Los Canarios Fine Mexican Cuisine, Phil’s Philly Grill and Simon’s Sushi, among others.

Also nearby, the Round Rock Premium Outlets are a shopper’s paradise, with 125 name-brand retailers. IKEA and Academy Sports and Outdoors are also conveniently located in the area, with an outstanding selection of furnishing décor as well as outdoor activity and camping equipment to match every household’s lifestyle and interests.

For groceries and everyday needs, Brushy Creek residents stop by the nearby HEB or Sprouts Farmers Market, which offer a wide variety of all-natural, organic products.

Austin’s Best Sushi, Casual Comfort Food and Entertainment for All Ages

The Brushy Creek lifestyle offers a multicultural dining experience for residents. Of the numerous culinary establishments to choose from, Tomo sushi bar is considered by local foodies to be one of Austin’s best places for fresh sushi. Specializing in unique, distinctive flavors, Tomo serves a creative blend of traditional and modern sushi in a funky setting.

Locals also enjoy the Louisiana Longhorn Café, one of the best family dinner eateries in the area. The casual atmosphere, entertaining décor and extensive menu with truly generous portions make any meal fun for the entire family. Diners especially rave about the po’boys — fresh foot-long French bread sandwiches with sumptuous fillings from crawfish, oysters, and catfish to even fried chicken stacked high.

There is no shortage of entertainment as well, including the fantastic Flix Brewhouse, which serves up the latest movies with great food and 42 micro-brewed beers in a comfortable theater setting. Local patrons of the arts love the ongoing live productions at Sam Bass Community Theatre, which has a Youth Guild for children interested in theater; and active teens have a fun hangout to call their own at The Brushy Creek Skate Park.