Georgetown | February 2021

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SomeGeorgetown businesses thrivewhile others work to survive as coronavirus pandemic continues

BY SALLY GRACE HOLTGRIEVE

WE HAVE CLIENTS COME GET THEIRHAIR DONE BECAUSE THEY KNOWHOWCLEAN IT IS, AND THEYDON’T GO SHOPPINGOROUT ANYWHERE ELSE.

Nearly one year after Georgetown businesses began to feel the impacts of COVID-19 and related restrictions, Gatzby Salon owner Laura Atkinson is maintaining and adding clientele due to a continued vigilance toward keeping them safe, she said. The salon is by appointment only, and patrons are in separate rooms from each other. “We have clients come get their hair done because they knowhow clean it is, and they don’t go shopping or out any- where else,” Atkinson said. “Recently I had several clients come from another salon that was not enforcing masks or wearing them, and they didn’t feel com- fortable, so they came to our salon.” Atkinson said shewas already sanitiz- ing every station prior to the pandemic, and that reputation for cleanliness is what has helped Gatzby stay aoat. Local businesses have had varying experiences over the past year, with outcomes turning out bet- ter for some than others.

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Gatzby Salon owner Laura Atkinson requires masks to be worn even as she does hair. (Courtesy Gatzby Salon)

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services. Kermode Outdoors is located at 107 Halmar Cove, Ste. 212, Georgetown. www.kermodeoutdoors.com 4 Cohen Insurance Agency LLC , a Farm- ers Insurance agency, moved from Austin to Georgetown on Jan. 4. The business sells home, auto, life and commercial business insurance as well as specialty insurance for motorcycles and boats. It is located at 111 W. Ninth St., Georgetown. 512-256-0113. https://agents.farmers. com/tx/georgetown/adam-cohen 5 Georgetown ISD , in partnership with Lone Star Circle of Care, opened a district health and wellness center Jan. 4. The center is open to all staff, students and their immediate families. The center is located at 2295 N. Austin Ave., George- town. 877-800-5722. www.georgetownisd.org/healthcenter 6 Cryo @Wolf opened in the Wolf Ranch shopping center Jan. 5. The business offers whole-body cryotherapy treatments. Cryotherapy, which is used to reduce inflammation, is known to help with pain, weight loss, sleep and more. Cryo @ Wolf is located at 1019 W. University Ave., Ste. 100, Georgetown. 512-967-6999. www.cryoatwolf.com 7 MicroArtistry , a microblading and micropigmentation service, opened in mid-January at 103 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 220, Georgetown, next to Hula Cowgirl in the Two Rivers shops. The business provides ear piercing and permanent makeup to include eyebrows, eyeliner and lips. The business also offers training for eyebrow work via MicroArtistry Academy, which is mainly online, though she said she plans to hold in-person trainings for permanent makeup and brow lamination. www.microartistry.com, www.microartistryacademy.com COMING SOON 8 Georgetown Pediatrics , part of Austin Health Partners, will open in March. Georgetown Pediatrics is focused on the overall health and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. It will provide wellness checks, sports physicals, ADD/ADHD care, acute and chronic illness treatment, injury care, immunizations, prenatal consultations, newborn care, behavioral health services

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Georgetown. 512-688-5071. www.mikeyvsfoods.com 2 Nancy’s Sky Garden returned to Georgetown in mid-January after closing in June. Under the ownership of Juwon Kim, who also owns the Round Rock loca- tion, Nancy’s Sky Garden offers the same menu of Korean-inspired, healthy meals it previously served, including gluten-free and dairy-free options. Kim added he would also like to include beer and wine in the future. The new Nancy’s Sky Garden

is located at 103 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 105, Georgetown. 512-884-5642. www.nancysskygarden.com 3 Kermode Outdoor Development Group , also known as Kermode Outdoors, opened a brick-and-mortar business in Georgetown on Nov. 1. The outdoor apparel manufacturer and producer makes comfort performance wear including tech- nical shirts and hats. The business also provides screen printing and embroidery

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and more. It will also offer rapid antigen and PCR testing for COVID-19. George- town Pediatrics will be located at 4841 Williams Drive, Bldg. C, Georgetown. www.georgetownpedi.com 9 Healthy food eatery and smoothie bar Hydrate is opening a second location on the Georgetown Square. The busi- ness will be located at 711 S. Main St., Georgetown, and plans to open in the spring. It will offer much of what the orig- inal location has, including sandwiches, kombucha and dry goods, but it will not carry reverse osmosis water. Hydrate’s first location is at 2502 Williams Drive, Georgetown. www.hydratetexas.com RELOCATIONS 10 Sip ‘n’ Stain Georgetown closed its

brick-and-mortar location on the George- town Square and moving the business to a mobile format Feb. 1, bringing workshops directly to customers, according to the business’s Facebook page. It closed its Georgetown Square location Jan. 30. The brick-and-mortar location was at 710 S. Main St., Georgetown. 512-796-0039. www.sipnstaingeorgetown.com NAME CHANGE 11 Georgetown Rail Equipment Co. , or GREX, changed its business name to Loram Technologies Inc. on Jan. 1. With the name change, Loram Technologies is introducing changes to the product line and service offerings, but it will continue to provide Aurora tie inspection services, ballast car products and services, and SENSR structural monitoring products, among others, according to a news release. Loram

Technologies is located at 111 Cooperative Way, Ste. 400, Georgetown. 512-869-1542. https://georgetownrail.com IN THE NEWS 12 Nancy Hill became the new execu- tive director for The Williamson Museum on Jan. 8. Hill previously worked as the executive director of the Diastole Schol- ars’ Center at the University of Missou- ri-Kansas City. The Williamson Museum is located at 716 S. Austin Ave., George- town. 512-943-1670. http://williamsonmuseum.org 13 Wolf Ranch Town Center added two new sculptures “Suburst” and “Luminous Beings Are We” on Jan. 13. The addition of the sculptures is a partnership with the city of Georgetown’s Art and Culture board and makes the center a designated stop

on Georgetown’s annual Sculpture Tour. Wolf Ranch Town Center is located at 1015 W. University Ave., Georgetown. 512-930- 8008. https://wolfranchtowncenter.com SCHOOL NOTES 14 Georgetown ISD is one of four Texas school districts this year to receive the Caudill Award, the highest honor in the annual Exhibit of School Architecture competition, according to a Dec. 17 news release. Caudill Award-winning projects exemplify excellence in planning and design of a learning environment. GISD won for its renovations of Tippit Middle School, which was designed by Hucka- bee, the release said. Georgetown ISD is headquartered at 507 E. University Ave., Georgetown. 512-943-5000. www.georgetownisd.org

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Whether you are a car and motorcycle acionado or not, spend the morning checking out antique, classic, muscle, and late model cars, trucks and motorcycles on the Georgetown Square. The event takes place on the third Saturday of every month. 8-10 a.m. Free. 710 S. Main St., Georgetown. www.facebook.com/pistonsonthesquare

Take a historically accurate walk through the spirits, haunts and legends of downtown Georgetown. Tours meet at the Williamson County Museum every rst Friday of the month through November. 8 p.m. $15 (members and students), $20. 716 Austin Ave., Georgetown. 512-943-1670. www.williamsonmuseum.org.

FEATURED EVENT Contribute to local literacy Action Week is an annual marketing initiative designed to promote Assistance League of Georgetown’s all-volunteer organization by showing the many ways the group helps children. This year, in light of COVID-19 constraints, the campaign is going virtual through a virtual book drive. Instead of a physical book drop, this year the team is reaching out to solicit direct monetary donations. One hundred percent of all funds collected in February will be distributed to three local schools in Jarrell and Florence. All funds will be used to purchase age-appropriate books to expand the schools’ libraries and reading programs. Donations can also be made by mail or at the Thrift Shop at 900 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 115, Georgetown, open Thu.-Sat. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. www.assistanceleague.org/ georgetown-area

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FEBRUARY 26 LUNCHANDNETWORKWITH GEORGETOWNWOMEN The networking meeting is open to all women, whether they work, are a stay-at-home mom, own their own business, are part of a charity group or have other reasons for wanting to build relationships. Be prepared to do a 30-second elevator speech and bring business cards if desired. The guest speaker will be Shannan Conway, director of Platinum Resort Assisted Living and radio co-host for Georgetown KGTN. She will discuss “mind over matter.” RSVP through Eventbrite. 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Free. Barrels & Amps, 718 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown. www.facebook.com/ gtwomensnetworking MARCH 6 ATTENDAVIRTUAL LIFE TRANSITION FAIR Destination...Life Regional Transition Fair & Conference aims to prepare and support students with disabilities and their families for life beyond high

school and is hosted by nine area school districts including Georgetown ISD. Virtual speaker sessions, vendors and organizations will provide information on job training, post-secondary education, living options and resources. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. 512-943-5000, ext. 6089. www.georgetownisd.org 6 BIDONART FOR BIG The eighth annual art auction from Brookwood in Georgetown, or BiG, will be held in person with limited tickets available as well as livestreamed. Tables will be limited to six people, and all tables will be 10 feet apart. In-person tickets are $175 each. Hybrid tickets are $150 per household and include in-person viewing of the art by appointment March 6, a family meal to take home and access to the livestream of the event. Virtual tickets are $100 per household and include a livestream of the event. 7 p.m. https://e.givesmart.com/events/hmR 7 THROUGH 12 CHASE THE CHIEF Chase the Chief is a tness initiative of the Georgetown Police Department. The event focuses on raising awareness about the health, social and economic

impact of childhood obesity, the organization’s website said. All money raised through registrations and sponsorships goes directly to the event and to grants for local schools’ physical education departments. Last year $19,000 was raised and used to purchase recreational and sports equipment, outdoor games, a gymnastics course, scooters and more. The race is virtual this year and must be completed sometime between March 7-12. Runners can track their distance using a tness app, take a screenshot and email results to be entered in a prize drawing. $5-$10. www.chasethechief.georgetown.org 12 THROUGH 14 GET ALL SHOOK UP Enjoy a night of Elvis Presley songs by the Presley Project, a 10-person show band recreating the sound, feel and excitement of an Elvis concert in the ‘70s “but without the jumpsuits and sideburns.” The event is indoors with two-seat separation between parties. March 12-13, 7:30 p.m.; March 14, 2 p.m. $20-$26. Georgetown Palace Theatre, 810 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown. 512-869-7469. www.georgetownpalace.com

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DEVELOPMENT Upcoming tech campuses continue development along Parmer Lane

development, which already houses tech tenants including Paypal, eBay and Electronic Arts. Marc Bellet, director of asset management and national director of development for Accesso, said the company has received approval to build up to 1,800 apartment units on the site as well as up to 80,000 square feet of retail. Accesso will not begin work on the expansion in 2021 as it irons out pre-construction details. “YOU CANBE ANYWHERE WITHINAMATTEROF 30MINUTES. YOU CAN BE OUT INROUNDROCK OR LEANDER IN 10OR 15 MINUTES. ITHASBECOME ITS OWN LITTLE HUB.” SUSAN HORTON, 2021 PRESIDENT OF AUSTIN BOARD OF REALTORS “We’re hoping to see some action in the next 18-24 months,” Bellet said. Apple is one of the latest high-tech brands to expand in or wholly relocate to Austin. In Northwest Austin alone,

tech giants Amazon and Facebook both occupy signicant square footage in The Domain. The Parmer corridor’s positioning near the northernmost boundaries of Austin’s city limits also provides an amenity that other development sites across the city may not be able to oer incoming tech companies—access to aordable housing for its workforce. The median home price in Cedar Park is nearly $70,000 lower than the mark in Northwest Austin, as dened by the coverage area of Community Impact Newspaper , according to December market data from the Austin Board of Realtors. In Round Rock, the median price of a home is $316,000—more than $100,000 cheaper than in North- west Austin. Neighboring cities Cedar Park and Round Rock have also developed enough in the past decade that they can provide suitable housing, dining and entertainment options for the tens of thousands of white-collar workers expected to work out of oce spaces in the next decade, according to local real estate leaders.

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employees in 2022, construction of the Apple campus o Parmer is well underway and will continue through- out the next year. According to recent permits led with the city of Austin, the international tech giant is currently constructing its oce space across separate buildings as well as a cafe and parking garages. The company has previously stated it will immediately employ 5,000 new workers at its $1 billion campus o Parmer. Ultimately, Apple has stated this new site can house up to 15,000 workers. Approximately 7,000 Apple employees currently work in Austin. Roughly one year after Apple started construction on the site of its new manufacturing facility, Accesso announced it would expand its own campus, 7700 Parmer. Accesso in late December announced it is going to build 800,000 square feet of new oce space at the

Two large-scale developments in the works o West Parmer Lane may soon open the oodgate for future projects in one of the last developable expanses of land in Northwest Austin, according to local real estate experts. Construction on the upcoming Apple campus is already well underway near the intersection of Parmer and Dallas Drive. A handful of cranes are on-site with construction of Apple’s oce and research and development campus going vertical. In late December, real estate rm Accesso Partners announced an expansion plan at its 7700 Parmer site neighboring Apple’s new campus. These two projects, just a half- mile apart from each other on north- bound Parmer, have the potential to completely change the face of the Parmer corridor—and Northwest Austin—in the next decade. Set to welcome its rst wave of

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Georgetown ISD

Student growth to increase 26.8%by 202526 GEORGETOWN ISD According to a third quarter report by Templeton Demographics, Georgetown ISD is projected to gain about 3,000 stu- dents by 2025. That is an increase of 26.84%, it said. Templeton Demographics President Bob Templeton presented to the housing market as to what we were anticipating back in March.” He added that the area housing market saw one of its best years in 2020. The report found that GISD, BY ALI LINAN with streets and utilities in place but no homes, include Wolf Ranch, Santa Rita Ranch and Saddlecreek. “The future lots are telling us where the growth is headed,” Templeton said.

District plans 16 projectswith 2015, 2018 bond savings Georgetown ISD board of trustees Next meeting is at 7 p.m. March 23 in the Hammerlun Center for Leadership and Learning Boardroom, 507 E. University Ave., Georgetown MEETINGSWE COVER

Templeton added that as the trend of working remotely has increased greatly due to the coronavirus pan- demic, families are able to choose where they live based on other factors they value. “It’s going to be a function of the quality of the school district [and] the quality of life,” Templeton said. “Those areas that have both of those things working in their behalf are going to see a real surge in families with kids, and you’ve got that.”

which currently has about 11,836 students, can expect about 12,660 students in the fall, including new students and the return of students who opted for homeschooling during the pandemic. By fall 2030, student enrollment is expected to reach 18,614, an increase of 57.27% from 2020-21 student enrollment. The report also found that the subdivisions with the highest num- ber of vacant developed lots, or lots

the ndings to the GISD board of trustees Jan. 20, acknowledging that despite the COVID-19 pan- demic, growth will continue to break records in Georgetown and the Central Texas area. “The housing market has not seen an impact at all [from the pan- demic],” Templeton said. “In fact, the opposite is what has happened

BY ALI LINAN

GEORGETOWN ISD With a majority of Georgetown ISD 2015 and 2018 projects complete, the district has found itself with millions of dollars in bond savings, said David Biesheuvel, GISD executive director of construction and development, during a Jan. 19 board meeting. With the savings, the district’s school board approved a list of 16 projects that can be completed for about $7.2 million, Biesheuvel said. The projects will continue to align with the approved bond projects as they were presented, he added. “These funds are now available to accomplish additional projects that are consistent with the bond pro- grams as approved by [voters] and as approved by this board,” he said. Here are the projects the district plans to accomplish with the saved money. PLANNED PROJECTS 1. Purchase one micro bus 2. Purchase one semi-truck tractor 3. Replace Georgetown High School basketball goals 4. Repair and repaint stucco at the GISD Athletic Complex 5. Enclose Wagner Middle School library clerestory 6. Construct canopy outside East View High School weight room 7. Repair GHS eld house lockers 8. Replace athletic complex audio equipment 9. Replace EVHS football and baseball turf 10. Purchase device storage carts 11. Replace campus parking lots, 12. Repave parking lots at the athletic complex and GHS 13. Construct practice putting green 14. Construct warehouse addition 15. Replace ne arts instruments 16. Replace high school band uniforms SOURCE: GEORGETOWN ISD COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER athletic eld and EVHS gym lights

GROWTH SPURT GROWTH

Templeton Demographics predicts Georgetown ISD could add nearly 7,000 students in the next 10 years.

WHERE THE GROWTH IS HAPPENING Below is a look at the top 10 Georgetown subdivisions ranked by vacant developed lots, or lots with streets and utilities in place, and ready for a home to be built.

57.27% percent change from 2020-21

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26.84% percent change from 2020-21

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1. Wolf Ranch 2. Saddle Creek 3. Sun City* 4. Santa Rita Ranch 5. Highlands at Mayeld Ranch 6.Wolf Ranch Hilltop 7. Riverview

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8. Cimarron Hills 9. Linea Stillwater 10. Lakeside Georgetown

School year

*AGERESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT

SOURCE: TEMPLETON DEMOGRAPHICSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Land purchase for future education center to be nalized in June

BY ALI LINAN

construction and development, said the district will not formally close on the land purchase until June, but due to feasibility time requirements, the board’s approval was needed before Jan. 25. The new center will also house an early learning center as well as other district functions and will be located in the northwest quadrant of the district, Biesheuvel said.

The project was approved by voters in 2018, which included $2 million to plan and design a new learning center. The land purchase was not included in the original bond plan, just the design, but due to bond savings, the district was able to pursue a land purchase for the facility, GISD Executive Director for Communications Melinda Brasher said previously.

GEORGETOWN ISD Following a feasibility study, Georgetown ISD is prepared to nalize its purchase of a 35-acre tract of land for a future career and technical education facility. During a Jan. 19 board meeting, the board authorized GISD Super- intendent Fred Brent to close on the land purchase. David Biesheu- vel, GISD executive director of

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CITY& COUNTY

News from Georgetown & Williamson County

Winter stormstalls COVID19 vaccine eorts WILLIAMSON COUNTY A week- long winter storm stalled much of Texas’ activities with record-setting freezes forcing power and water BY OLIVIA ALDRIDGE & ALI LINAN

ANTICIPATED VACCINE DOSES Here are the doses Williamson County expected to receive the week of Feb. 15.

commissioner for laboratory and infectious disease services. The storm forced the county to reschedule thousands appointments for the week, FHS spokesperson Jen Stratton told Community Impact Newspaper on Feb. 17. At that time, she said she did not know when the county would receive the allotment and how it would impact the following week’s inocula- tions but that residents who had an appointment for the week of Feb. 15 would be considered rst to receive a vaccine when the county is able to operate distribution centers again. Texas is still in Phase 1B of distribu- tion, administering doses to people over the age of 65, with high-risk health conditions, with a frontline health care role or who live in long- term care facilities. Vaccine allotments are assigned and distributed by the DSHS. While

Family Emergency Rooms Cedar Park: 6,000

outages. It also shuttered Williamson County’s COVID-19 vaccine eort. The county was poised to receive 9,700 vaccines, including 6,000 that were to go to the county’s hub in partnership with Family Emergency Rooms of Cedar Park, also known as Family Hospital Systems, and another 2,000 to Curative Medical Associates which also partnered with the county to distribute vaccines. “We know that every time there are weather issues, it can disrupt the shipping supply line, so we do ask that providers keep that in mind as they are planning for next week’s shipments and appointments,” said Imelda Garcia, Texas Department of State Health Services associate

Curative Medical Associates: 2,000

Williamson County and Cities Health District Cedar Park: 400

Williamson County and Cities Health District Georgetown: 400 Williamson County and Cities Health District Round Rock: 400

A snowstorm stalled COVID19 vaccine operations the week of Feb. 15. (Courtesy Martin Byhower)

Williamson County and Cities Health District Taylor: 400

H-E-B pharmacy on E. Whitestone in Cedar Park: 100

the county requests a number of allotments each week, the state determines how many each entity receives.

SOURCE: TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICESCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

RedPoppy Festival likelymoved toOctober with virtual events planned for the spring

APPROVED MOBILITY BOND PROJECTS The bond will fund 10 road and transportation projects.

D. B. Wood Road $18.9M

SE Inner Loop $32.06M

BY ALI LINAN

Georgetown City Council Meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 6 p.m. 101 E. Seventh St., Georgetown 512-931-7715 • www.georgetown.org Williamson County Commissioners Court Meets Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. 710 S. Main St., Georgetown 512-943-1550 • www.wilco.org MEETINGSWE COVER Several council members said they were in favor of rescheduling the entire event to October when they said they believe vaccines will be widely distributed and a more complete event can take place. A few said in addition to the October event, they would like to see some family activities and virtual events also take place in April. Miller said the fest would likely take place Oct. 1-3, but council asked for her to oer other dates as well. The discussion was brought up in a council workshop meeting, and no nal decisions have been made.

Shell Road $12.5M

GEORGETOWN The Red Poppy Festival will likely be held in October as POPPtober Fest, after the fate of the annual event was discussed in a Feb. 9 Georgetown City Council workshop meeting. Initially scheduled for April 23-25, the Red Poppy Festival may hold virtual events instead as the coronavirus pandemic continues and the slow rollout of vaccines hinders large, crowded events. Georgetown TourismManager Cari Miller presented the council with four options on how to pro- ceed with the event that in the past has drawn tens of thousands of visitors to the Georgetown Square over three days. The rst was to hold the event as usual in April, which was not recommended by local health ocials; the second was hold a virtual event in April; the third was to reschedule the entire festival to October; and the fourth was to do a combination of virtual in April and a full event in October.

Sam Houston Avenue $4M

Sidewalks, bike lanes, intersections and technology updates $10.45M

TOTAL $120 Million

Rockride Lane $5.78M Leander Road $7.74M

Williams Drive $10.19M

Austin Avenue bridges $10.19M

Westinghouse Road $8.2M

SOURCE: CITY OF GEORGETOWNCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

May ballot brings $90Mmobility bond GEORGETOWN Voters can expect a $90 million mobility bond on their May 1 ballot after Georgetown City Council approved its inclusion Feb. 9. The bond will address 10 proj- ects for a total cost of $120 million. The remaining $30 million will come from leftover voter-approved 2008 and 2015 bond funding, ocials said. If approved, the city will issue debt for seven years with a maximum tax rate impact of $0.03 per $100 valuation over that time, city ocials said. The tax rate impact has not yet been set and may be lower if the city’s assessed valuation grows more than what is predicted, ocials added. Recommendations on which proj- ects to prioritize and include came from a Citizens Advisory Committee made up of 16 stakeholders. Early voting will run between April 19-27. Election day is May 1. BY ALI LINAN

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GUIDE

Nearby places to get pizza

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Roots serves a wide range of beers to compliment any pizza.

ALI LINANCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

COURTESY ROOTS BISTRO

Pizza is the ultimate takeout or delivery meal, and many of these joints are open for dine-in. Regardless of where you choose to eat it, local hot pizza is always a good idea. Use this guide to select your next pie. This list is not comprehensive.

oers calzones, pasta, sh, pork, soups, salads, and desserts made on-site, such as cannoli, tiramisu, limoncello cake and zabaglione. 10 MOD Pizza 1003 W. University Ave., Ste. 125, Georgetown 5122291712 Hours: Sun.-Thu. 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m. www.modpizza.com V GF DI D 11 Mr. Gatti’s Pizza 3010 Williams Drive, Georgetown 5129302222 Hours: 11 a.m.-10 p.m. daily www.mrgattispizza.com V GF D 12 Papa John’s Pizza 601 N. Austin Ave., Georgetown 5128688877 Hours: 9:45 a.m.-12 a.m. daily www.papajohns.com V GF D 13 Papa Murphy’s 3316 Williams Drive, Ste. 105, Georgetown 5128683200 Hours: Sun.-Thu. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. www.papamurphys.com GF D 14 Pizza Hut 928 N. Austin Ave., Georgetown 5128639556 Hours: Sun.-Thu. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m. www.pizzahut.com V GF D 15 Roots Bistro 118 W. Eighth St., Ste. 101, Georgetown 5128637080 Hours: Mon. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Tue.-Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun. noon-10 p.m. www.rootsonthesquare.com GF DI D A

music on the premises. There is also an outdoor patio. Apart from pizzas, other options include wraps, salads, tacos and more.

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*INHOUSE OR THIRD PARTY V Vegan pizzas GF Gluten free pizzas DI Dine in D Delivery* A Alcohol to go

16 Schlotzsky’s 601 S. I35, Georgetown 5128681244 Hours: 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m. daily www.schlotzskys.com V GF D

5 Greek Gyros & Pizza-Subs 1211 Leander Road, Georgetown 5126884221 Hours: Tue.-Sun. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., closed Mon. V DI D

1 Domino’s Pizza A 1204 Railroad Ave., Ste. 102, Georgetown 5126885014 B 104 Western Trail, Ste. 101, Georgetown 5128638888 Hours: Sun.-Thu. 10 a.m.-midnight, Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-1 a.m. www.dominos.com GF D 2 DoubleDave’s Pizpazaworks 610 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 106,

17 Tony and Luigi’s Italian Mediterranean Restaurante 1201 S. Church St., Georgetown 5128642687 Hours: Sun.-Thu. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. www.tonyandluigistx.com V GF DI D A The restaurant opened in 2008. Along with pizzas, popular dishes include brus- chetta, chicken rollatini and braised lamb shank. The location seats 132 guests and can be rented for semiprivate parties, and catering for outside events is available. 18 Yaghi’s Pizzeria 4500 Williams Drive, Ste. 200, Georgetown 5128689991 Hours: Sun.-Thu. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. www.yaghispizzeria.com V DI D The stone-baked, New York style-pizza joint opened in 1999 and now boasts eight locations: six in the Austin area, one in San Antonio and one in Copperas Cove. The pizza dough and secret sauce recipe are made in-house each day, along with meats.

Get the best of two dishes with this shop’s special gyro pizza. Other pizzas are also available, as are falafel sandwiches, Philly cheesesteaks, baklava nut rolls and more. 6 Kork Wine Bar 815 S. Main St., Ste. 101, Georgetown 5122405999 Hours: Tue.-Thu. 39 p.m., Fri. 310 p.m., Sat. noon-10 p.m., Sun. noon-8 p.m., closed Mon. www.korkwine.com V DI In addition to a large wine list, Kork serves Neapolitan style pizzas, charcuterie boards, salads and more. 7 Little Caesars Pizza 101 E. University Ave., Georgetown 5128692980 Hours: Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. www.littlecaesars.com V D 8 Marco’s Pizza 3303 Williams Drive, Ste. 1030, Georgetown 5128190001 Hours: Sun.-Thu. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-midnight www.marcos.com V GF DI D 9 Milano Trattoria 1015 W. University Ave., Ste. 420, Georgetown 5128690444 Hours: Tue.-Sat. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-8 p.m., closed Mon. www.milanotrattoria.com V DI D A Along with pizza, this Wolf Ranch eatery

Georgetowwn 5128643283 Hours: 11 a.m.-10 p.m. daily www.doubledaves.com GF DI D A 3 Firo Fire Kissed Pizza 3702 D.B. Wood Road, Georgetown 5126885103

Hours: Mon.-Thu. 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 10:30 a.m.-9 p.m., closed Sun. www.ropizza.com V GF DI D This build-your-own pizza joint oers Italian-style pies as well as salads and fresh gelato made with the same recipes and ingredients found in Italy. The rst location opened in Oklahoma in 2014, the second opened in McKinney in 2018 and the Georgetown restaurant opened in 2019. 4 Frankie’s Pizza & Pasta 121 N. I35, Georgetown 5128196845 Hours: Tue.-Sun. 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m., closed Mon. www.frankiesnypizzapasta.com DI D A Chicken alfredo, meat lovers and supreme pizzas are on the menu along with classic margarita and cheese op- tions. Chicken and pasta entrees, subs, Italian cream or German chocolate cake and more are also available. Delivery is oered for orders over $50.

Along with pizzas, wine and beer, Roots serves as a gath- ering place on the Square by broadcasting football games and often showcasing live

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