Where can you go for a lovely dinner with friends?One of our favorite restaurants is Ichiro Asian Bistro & Wine Bar.According to the website, the Georgetown restaurant is a family run business featuring classic Asian dishes and modern fusion flavors.
The restaurant design provides a warm, elegant ambiance. Our service for a table of four was exemplary—and so was the food!
Check the website for live jazz music…great for listening, but more challenging if you wish to chat with your friends.Reservations are encouraged.
This is definitely a restaurant you will want to try–again and again!
For a delightful culinary experience, Tony and Luigi’s Italian Mediterranean Restaurante in Georgetown, Texas, is a great choice. Tony and Luigi’s opened in 2008 and features traditional classic favorites and original new dishes.
We needed a nice restaurant for a birthday dinner, and this was a great choice! The service was friendly and fast…and the food=divine. The homemade rolls come out piping hot, and of course, you can’t eat just one. No way!
Our dinner fare included the following:
It was absolutely delicious–no doggie bag necessary.🐕
The server brought out the dessert cart, but we were waaaaay to full (Did I mention the rolls?). Fun to look!
Tony and Luigi’s A Frank Sinatra Tribute entertains Thursdays from 6:00-9:00 PM (reservations recommended). The website notes Dine-in, Curbside, and Delivery options. Be sure to call or check the website for possible changes: http://tonyandluigistx.com
If there are any negatives, it might be that the acoustics are not great, so it might be a little loud…a booth is best.
I would highly recommendTony and Luigi’s. We’ve been going there for years, and it never disappoints.
Few things are more satisfying to the hardcore bruncher’s soul than a sublime new dining option. Add a breathtaking outdoor dining area, and well….that’s just a little bit of heaven.
Nancy’s Sky Garden’s new location in Georgetown is just that, with spectacular food and tea to boot! The options are healthy, organic, and offer choices for both vegans and carnivores.
If you order hot tea (and I highly recommend this), it’s brought in a charming teapot with minimalist cups to better linger over and enjoy with friends. We requested the Chocolate Mint hot tea, and it was delicious! Balanced, not bitter…the mark of an excellent brew!
The carrot soup was warm and creamy, with just the right amount of flavor blending with the organic flavor of the soup. And it was the perfect size serving for a light brunch! The warm vegetables with noodles seasoned with delightful Asian flair would satisfy even the pickiest eater.
And the outdoor dining space, enclosed with old world style stone, was positively beautiful! It makes one feel as if dining al fresco at an old Italian estate, or a very luxe Napa Valley spa cafe.
The staff is very friendly, and welcomed us so warmly that we really felt like honored guests. And the interior is so light and breezy that you’re sure to leave worries at the door and truly enjoy this zen experience.
If you haven’t been to their new location, make plans to check it out! You’ll be so glad you did!