Retail Roundup: Georgetown Village Area Shopping, Dining and Entertainment

Even with the small-town benefits, Georgetown Village still offers the convenience of big city living, with plenty of shopping and dining nearby.

For grocery shopping, HEB is less than 4 minutes away from the neighborhood. And less than 10 minutes from Georgetown Village is Wolf Ranch Town Center. This open-air shopping center is home to over 80 retail stores and restaurants including Bath & Body Works, Kohl’s, Michael’s, Best Buy, Dressbarn, DSW, Lane Bryant, Loft, Old Navy, Office Depot, Pier 1, PetSmart, Rack Room Shoes, Sally Beauty Supply, Target, TJ Maxx, and Yankee Candle Company, to name a few.

Some of the more popular restaurants at Wolf Ranch include Firehouse Subs, Gigi’s Cupcakes, Longhorn Steakhouse, Mama Fu’s Asian House, McAlister’s Deli, Milano Trattoria Pizza & Pasta, Smokey Mo’s Bar-B-Q, Souper Salad, Starbucks and Panda Express.

For even more shopping, fifteen minutes down the road is the Round Rock Premium Outlets, a mall featuring 125 retailers. Shoppers from all over Austin travel to the outlet mall for incredible deals from Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, BCBG Max Azria, Brooks Brothers, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Coach, Converse, Gap Outlet, J.Crew, Michael Kors, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Levi’s Outlet Store, and many more.

Plenty of Restaurants and Entertainment Nearby

Other local favorite dining options near Georgetown Village include BB’s Home Cooking, where the chicken-fried steak and Maryland crab cakes are popular, and Catfish Parlour, where large portions of fried catfish are served alongside house recipe coleslaw and savory pinto beans.

For all the shopping, dining and entertainment you could ask for, the historic downtown area is filled with over 50 one-of-a-kind boutiques, restaurants and collectible shops. Perfect for family fun or an adventure with someone special, the architecture is charming in the restored and preserved grandeur of romantic Victorian Era buildings built from hewn limestone with pressed metal façades and walkway canopies. The 1920s Palace Theater is the only Art Deco building façade in the city and provides a quaint and nostalgic setting for the local troupe’s plays and musicals.