Surrounded by water, Lago Vista’s shorelines are a recreational paradise, ideal for slowing down to relax and appreciate nature. But when the mood strikes, there’s also plenty of shopping and dining in the area too.
Dinner comes with a view in Lago Vista and plenty of options for a night out. Locals often find their favorite restaurant on Lohmans Ford Road, including Bam’s Roadhouse for burgers and fries or Deedee’s Tacos for something a little spicier. Other popular eateries include J&J BBQ & Burgers, Wok ‘N’ Grill, and Latte Vista Café and Coffee Shop.
When the occasion calls for more formal dining, Hudson’s on the Bend lies just across the river and is operated by world-renowned chefs Jeff Blank and Kelly Casey. Offering bold takes on American classics like pecan-smoked duck breast or wild boar sweet potato hash, only the highest quality local ingredients are used. They even provide gourmet cooking workshops for those looking to experiment at home in their own kitchens.
Groceries, Fashion and Everything Else on Your Shopping List
For groceries and daily needs, homeowners enjoy an abundant selection of fresh produce, meats and more with four grocery stores nearby: SLR Grocery, Oski’s, Super S and Sweet Dried Fruit, all within minutes of home. For projects around the house, Ace Hardware and Lowe’s Family Center also have stores in the neighborhood.
Featuring more than 150 favorite stores and restaurants, the Lakeline Regional Shopping Mall is just minutes away. Some of the most popular retailers include 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, JCPenney, Brookstone, New York and Company, Yankee Candle and many, many more.
Restaurants at the mall include Applebee’s, Chili’s, Frullati Café, Little Tokyo, Los Canarios Fine Mexican Cuisine, Phil’s Philly Grill and Simon’s Sushi, among others.
Teens are attracted to the mall’s extensive food court, movie theater and other retail shops like Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch. Not to be outdone, families appreciate the wide range of stores catering to children 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.
And for the ultimate adventure in shopping, dining or entertainment, enjoying the best downtown Austin has to offer is just a scenic half hour drive through the Hill Country.