Along with plenty of fast food and chain restaurant options along the frontage road of I-35, you'll find several lauded restaurants downtown as well.
Cianfrani's Coffee Co. Take a deep breath and inhale the richness of freshly ground coffee before enjoying a cup in this shop located in an 1885 building that once housed a saloon and billiards parlor. Location: 715 South Main Street on the Square.
El Palacio. Enjoy Tex-Mex at its best just a block from the courthouse. Location: 806 Austin Avenue.
Monument Cafe. Styled like an old-fashioned diner, this always-busy restaurant serves up favorites ranging from chicken fried steak to bugers. The restaurant also serves up a somewhat pricey breakfast with excellent breakfast tacos as well as traditional fare. The walls of this black-and-white eatery are filled with reminders of Georgetown's early days including many historic photos. Location: 1953 South Austin Avenue.
Wildfire. Time magazine called this restaurant's blue cornmeal-encrusted catfish reason enough to move to Georgetown. This upscale eatery is located next to the historic Palace Theater, just steps off the Square. Southwestern-inspired cuisine fills the menu; many dishes are prepared on an oak-burning grill although you'll also find dishes such as Jamaican jerk pork chops and New Zealand elk tenderloin on the menu. Location: 812 South Austin Avenue.
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