Berry Creek residents can always stay busy on weekends. If not playing golf or tennis at the country club, they can be found attending one of the many events around Georgetown, including live music, art openings and theater productions.
Award-winning performances are scheduled every week at the Klett Center for the Performing Arts and the Palace Theater. Art lovers make plans to visit Through the Looking Glass Gallery and the Carol Woolf Gallery, which often showcase exclusive collections both traditional and eclectic. And for date nights or family fun, movie buffs catch the latest Hollywood blockbusters at the 12-screen City Lights Theater.
Historical Elegance of Downtown Boutiques
Widely regarded as the “Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas,” downtown Georgetown is famous for its meticulously preserved history, with antique streetlights and Victorian-era storefronts. An incredible selection of downtown shops caters to any discerning shopper, from art lovers and antique enthusiasts to bargain hunters and mainstream high-end buyers, all with shop-and-go convenience.
Southern Hippie is an upscale women’s contemporary boutique with the latest fashions for free spirits; All Things Kids is a one-of-a-kind toy store with the best European and North American toys, the top 100 best children’s books, and play zones. Pink Poppy ARTisans Boutique is a blend of fashion and art with local and made in the U.S.A. clothing, gifts, jewelry, accessories and home décor. Georgetown Antique Mall offers the best selection of antiques for collectors, while handcrafted gifts and jewelry can be found at Escape.
For everyday shopping and groceries, HEB, Sam’s Club, Randalls and Sprouts Farmer’s Market are all conveniently nearby to fulfill daily needs.
An Enviable Selection of Dining Experiences
When it comes to dining, Berry Creek residents enjoy a truly enviable selection of restaurants in downtown Georgetown, from fresh seafood to classic Tex-Mex and several exotic options from around the world. True to Georgetown’s charming ambiance, local bakeries and wineries are also widely available in the area.
For a romantic evening out, residents make plans to dine at The Wildfire, an upscale traditional American restaurant and bar. Located in downtown Georgetown in a remodeled historical hotel, the restaurant offers fine dining with small-town warmth and comfort. Locals rave about the hearty Oak-Grilled Jumbo Seafood Alfredo — fresh handmade pasta smothered with generous chunks of grilled tuna, salmon, sea scallops and shrimp. It’s little surprise that Time magazine called The Wildfire “[a] reason to move to Georgetown.”
For a more casual eatery, locals flock to Roots Bistro, a popular diner with a relaxed and lively atmosphere. In the evenings, Roots Bistro is the local hotspot for happy hour and dancing to live music. A large, shaded stage in the back hosts lots of shows, the perfect complement to Roots Bistro’s fresh, handmade panini.