Georgetown, TX has so much to offer its residents. There are cultural activities, college sports, and wonderful golf courses, but a Texan can’t survive on just sports and culture. A Texan needs good, hearty cooking and that’s what this city has in abundance. There are a variety of ethnic restaurants, and a few of the area’s most popular ones are located a short distance from the new townhome development at Georgetown’s University Place. One of them even serves up a Tex-Mex breakfast to get your day started right. Try the others while you take a break from work or after a busy day of shopping. The food and ambience will revive you and get you ready for a night on the town or a relaxing evening-in at your new home in Georgetown.
Tony & Luigi’s Restaurante
Tony & Luigi’s Restaurante is open for lunch and dinner and is located west of the new town houses in Georgetown. The Italian and Mediterranean dishes on the menu include veal, pork, beef, lamb, risotto and seafood entrees as well as a large variety of pizzas and pasta. Prices are reasonable and an inexpensive kid’s menu is available. Customers rave about the quality and freshness of the food and the friendly staff. The restaurant also earns high marks for its delicious desserts. There are free refills for sodas and ice tea, and beer is available by the pint or pitcher.
Dos Salsas is an award-winning Tex-Mex restaurant located a few blocks west of the new townhomes. The menu is extensive and if the food is too hot, a Mexican martini can put out the fire. Burgers and chicken sandwiches are available for those in your party who prefer milder entrees, and if you’re watching your waistline, there are low-carb selections. Vegetarians appreciate the wide variety of meatless dishes. If you come on Thursday nights, you’ll be treated to the sounds of a live mariachi band. The food is good, the drinks are great and the portions are huge. What you can’t eat, you can take home. The best part is how close it is to the new townhomes in Georgetown. What a convenience for the local residents and their guests. Dos Salsas is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner except on Sundays when it closes at 5 p.m.
La Maison is a French restaurant in a renovated home that provides a nice change of pace for the new Georgetown townhome owners who are seeking a romantic candlelight dinner. The menu at La Maison isn’t as extensive as the other two restaurants, but this French delight is full of ambience and offers a sufficient number of salads, meat and seafood dishes to please any discerning palate. When you’re done with dinner, you can relax outside on the delightful wrap-around porch and enjoy one of their famous homemade desserts. There are no prices listed on their menu, but one should expect this meal to be more expensive than at the other two restaurants. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and closed on Mondays. There is a separate patisserie for those times when you just want to pick up something sweet to carry home.