Fuego Latin Gastropub relocated from Round Rock to Georgetown in August. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)
Vista@29 is a mixed-use development coming approximately one mile west of Ronald Regan Boulevard. Situated near the entrances of the Orchid Ridge, Santa Rita and MorningStar subdivisions, Vista@29 will offer retail, restaurant and office space. The first buildings are expected to open in the fall, with nine buildings planned at build-out. Vista@29 will be located at 9073 W. Hwy. 29., Georgetown. 512-694-5426. www.vista29.com
Texas Born, a convenience store and quick food operation, plans to open a Georgetown location in June 2021. The store will offer grab-and-go snacks and will sell fresh food items, such as meat, fruits, vegetables, cheeses, bread, cold-pressed juices and more. The restaurant will feature breakfast, lunch and dinner tacos made with handmade tortillas. Texas Born will be located at 1402 Williams Drive, Georgetown. Texas Born stores were previously Kwik Chek stores prior to rebranding. 903-583-7484. http://txbstore.com
Fuego Latino Gastropub is now open on the Georgetown Square. The restaurant opened Aug. 8 and is located at 708 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown, replacing Greenhouse Craft Food, which permanently closed its Georgetown location May 4. The family-owned and -operated establishment features a mix of Latin dishes from El Salvador, Peru, Argentina, Costa Rica and Mexico as well as cocktails from each Latin country—such as pisco from Peru and caipirina from Brazil—Latin wine and local draft beer. The business relocated from Round Rock. 737-202-4270. www.fuegolatinogastropub.com
The Yard Milkshake Bar opened May 25 at 940 W. University Ave, Ste. 120, Georgetown. Owner Cheri Johnson said that although the shop is known for its “Instagram-worthy” milkshakes, dessert options also include 30-plus flavors of ice cream in a cup or cone, nine flavors of made-in-house edible cookie dough, specialty ice cream pies by the slice, ice cream cakes and three vegan ice cream flavors. 512-688-3634. www.theyardmilkshakebar.com/georgetown
Georgetown residents can expect a new steakhouse, oyster bar, butcher counter, small market and event space—all in what was formerly the historic post office, which was built in the 1930s—at City Post at 113 Eighth St., Georgetown. But what is a Prohibition-era building without a speakeasy? Residents can expect that, as well. The basement is complete with a hidden entrance.