Retail Roundup: Tarrytown Area Shopping, Dining and Entertainment

Folks who live in Tarrytown don’t have to go far for all of their daily needs. There are two main shopping centers nearby — Tarrytown Center and Casis Village. Both include a variety of local shops.

Tarrytown Center features local staples such as Austin Java, Reform Pilates and Austin Shoe Hospital as well as a yoga studio, barbershop, vision center and a U.S. Post Office, among others. Casis Village is home to the 1379 Family Sports Shop, Sam L Majors Jewelers, Starbucks, the much-loved Tarrytown Pharmacy and a Randalls grocery store.

For more extensive shopping, Barton Creek Square, one of the largest malls in Texas, is a short 10-minute drive from Tarrytown. Featuring 180 specialty retail stores and department staples such as Nordstrom, Dillard’s, Macy’s, Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor, Apple, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, Chico’s, Foot Locker, Frederick’s of Hollywood, Gap, Lane Bryant, Lego, Nine West, Old Navy as well as Sears and many others.

Hungry shoppers also have plenty of choices for a tasty meal. Restaurants at the mall include California Pizza Kitchen, Charley’s Grilled Subs, Frullati Café & Bakery, Ruby Thai Kitchen, Sarku Japan, and more. And for date night or family fun, movie buffs love to check out the latest blockbusters at the 14-screen AMC Barton Creek cinema.

A Variety of Cuisines and Amazing Views

Folks who live in Tarrytown also have a convenient menu of cuisines nearby to satisfy a wide variety of tastebuds and appetites. The popular Hula Hut, situated on Lake Austin, is a favorite for foodies from all around the city. Situated on Lake Austin with amazing views, the Hula Hut serves up unique Tiki-Mex food and a laid-back atmosphere that’s tailor made for happy hours. One of Austin’s most iconic coffeehouses, Mozart’s, also shares the Hula Hut’s parking lot and views of Lake Austin.

For European fare, the French cuisine connoisseurs at Fabi+Rosi work to satisfy even the most discriminating culinary cravings. They are known for distinctive, flavorful and exotic dishes made from locally sourced foods from around Austin.

Two other Austin favorites are also located in Tarrytown. Mangia’s Pizza is a contender for serving the best pizza pies in the city, especially for those who prefer deep dish. Just across the street, diners can order up delicious meals 24 hours a day at Magnolia Café, which is an Austin institution.

Of course, with such close proximity to downtown, the possibilities for people who live in Tarrytown are endless with Austin’s world-class shopping, fine dining, and legendary entertainment options always just a few minutes away.