Father’s Day in Georgetown

Father’s Day is an opportunity to show your Dad how much you care, and Georgetown is the perfect place to spend the day doing what he loves to do the most. From fishing to fine dining, Georgetown is ideal for celebrating Father’s Day the right way.

 

There are an estimated 72.2 million fathers in the United States, and each one of them has a tremendous impact on the lives of their children. It’s Important to celebrate our dads when Father’s Day rolls around. Do everything you can to make this Father’s Day (Sunday, June 19th) special for him.

 

Georgetown provides the perfect setting for everything your dad is into. Whether it’s seeing some live music, touring a craft brewery or winery, fishing, hiking, or kicking back on a patio with some great food, you can find it all near Georgetown.

 

Here are some fun ideas if you’re still undecided on how to spend this Father’s Day:

Eat, Drink, and Play

Everyone gets hungry, especially Dad. You’ll need to fuel up before launching into Father’s Day fun around town. Here are a couple perfect places to eat this Father’s Day in Georgetown, plus – a brewery and winery you don’t want to miss:

 

The Monument Café

Starting your day at the Monument Cafe is a surefire way to get full and happy. Recommendations from the locals include:

 

For breakfast, steak and egg with roasted jalapeno gravy, home fries and choice of bread. For Lunch, seared New York strip steak with blue cheese butter, asparagus and loaded baked potato; roasted turkey and cornbread dressing with mashed potatoes, asparagus, and cranberry sauce.

 

Wildfire

Wildfire serves up an authentic taste of Texas. This Father’s Day, they’re grilling fine meats, game, and seafood over oak logs.

 

For breakfast, try the oak-grilled, cumin-rubbed 10 oz. dry-aged New York Strip steak with guajillo glaze, “The Cure for Whateva’ Ails Ya” migas, cotija and Oaxaca cheeses, mango pico de gallo, chorizo infused long grain Spanish rice, Santa Fe black beans, fresh-cut fruit and a raspberry white chocolate scone.

 

For dinner, try the oak-grilled 24 oz. dry-aged porterhouse steak, crescent city fried oysters, bleu cheese Hollandaise, baked russet potato, Applewood bacon collard greens, tomato chutney and fresh baked bread.

Barking Armadillo Brewing

If your dad is into tasty craft beer, then this Georgetown favorite is a must. Barking Armadillo Brewing is a Texan family-owned operation committed to brewing quality beer using carefully selected ingredients. 

 

They offer their staple brews as well as rotating guest taps, hand-selected wines, and non-alcoholic beverages. They usually have a food truck on site if you’re hungry.

Grape Creek Winery

If your dad is a wine connoisseur, then Georgetown’s wineries can provide a robust tasting experience that he won’t soon forget. Top of the list of wineries to visit this Father’s Day is Grape Creek Winery.

 

Grape Creek Winery is located in a beautifully renovated building on the town square. Their wines have won 100 medals in the last two years in competitions in California, New York, Ontario, and Texas.

Playing Outdoors

If restaurants, breweries, and wineries aren’t what your dad is all about, there are endless opportunities to get into nature in Georgetown.

 

If fishing is what your dad is into, there’s more than enough places to get a lure in the water at Lake Georgetown, Garey Park, or San Gabriel Park. 

 

If hiking and getting into the woods fits the bill, there are more than 30 miles of trails around Georgetown to go explore and get immersed in nature. 

 

Or if your dad wants to beat the heat on the water this Father’s Day, there are river trips on the San Gabriel River with San Gabriel Paddlesports. They also provide kayak rentals that you can use on Lake Georgetown.  

 

If you want to go big, there’s no reason that you can’t plan a trifecta of fishing, hiking, and floating for this Father’s Day! Georgetown has more than enough outdoor fun to put a smile on Dad’s face. 

A Special Place to Call Home

Georgetown balances city and country life in Texas, which is why it makes such a perfect place to celebrate Father’s Day. Dad can grab his rod and reel and escape to nature in the morning and later spend a night out for live music and great food and drink.

 

Georgetown has been growing quickly for the last decade because of what it offers families so close to Austin. As more and more people move to the area, they are discovering the perfect mix of small-town friendliness and city amenities. Georgetown puts you close enough to Austin to do business, but far enough away to get peace and quiet in your downtime. 

 

If you’re looking for a home near Austin, be sure to check out Parmer Ranch in Georgetown. Our community’s new homes, schools, parks, and amenities are just what you’re looking for in a home, neighborhood, and community. There’s no reason that you and your family can’t have everything you love within arm’s reach.  

 

Contact us to locate the perfect home for you and your family near Austin. Happy Father’s Day!