Coffee in Georgetown, TX

Gourmet Coffee In Georgetown   America runs on coffee, and Texas is no exception. 7 in 10 Americans drink coffee weekly and 62% drink coffee every day. Every year since 1959, Americans drink more coffee than the year before.    In the 1960s, people typically drank coffee brewed from freeze-dried robusta beans from a sealed […]

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Nathaniel’s Custom Hats in Georgetown

Nathaniel’s Custom Hats   “Never underestimate the importance of a good hat.” -Nate, founder of Nathaniel’s Custom Hats   It’s not just a sales pitch, either. Anyone who’s spent an afternoon in the sun in Georgetown or Austin knows how important a high-quality hat is. One hot afternoon in Central Texas with nothing to cover […]

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Walburg German Restaurant and Biergarten

Walburg German Restaurant and Biergarten   Everything started in 1882 with The Walburg Mercantile. They supplied mostly German immigrants with the supplies they needed to farm and ranch in the acreage north of Georgetown. From these humble beginnings, Walburg sprang up.   Today, the Walberg German Restaurant and Biergarten uses the same structure that housed […]

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San Gabriel Park: Perfection in Progress

City parks are more important than most people give them credit for. Parks are where a community can gather on equal ground to socialize, get exercise, enjoy nature, and more. City parks also have a big impact on the economy, creating jobs and contracts for service providers. Let’s not forget about the environment either… so […]

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Stephanie Nichols’ 11th Annual Car & Vintage Plane Show

Car and Vintage Plan Show

Stephanie Nichols’ 11th Annual Car & Vintage Plane Show If you have a hot rod heart or need for speed, then you’re going to want to clear your calendar for February 26. “Why?” you ask, well, for the Stephanie Nichols’ Annual Car & Vintage Plane Show of course! The show is put on by Stephanie […]

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