If you're planning on moving to Georgetown for better yet, Sun City Texas, you probably are dying to check out the area. There are a lot of hidden gems, treasures, and places to explore throughout Georgetown but here are a few of my favorites.

Blue Corn Harvest Bar & GrillBest Hidden Gems in Georgetown Texas

For the ultimate in southern Tex-Mex cuisine, you have to check out this amazing bar and grill that not too many people know about. Let's talk about the extensive blood he married bar that you'll find here on the weekends, but of course, we could in addition to fantastic Chile Quiles, Nachos and their famous pulled pork enchiladas on blue corn tortillas. If you're looking for authentic Tex-Mex, this is it.

Georgetown Palace Theater

This unique theater in Georgetown offers professional-level stage performances embracing the local talent and amateur performers. There's always something unique, fun, and entertaining happening at the Palace Theater. For over 90 years, the theater has been serving Williamson County with unique performances such as the Addams Family, White Christmas, Catch Me If You Can, Sister Act, and Evita, just to name a few and they're always coming up with new and creative performances and comedy acts.

hidden gems in Sun City TexasInner Space Cavern

Discovered in 1963 by the Texas highway department during the construction of Interstate 35, the Inner Space Cavern was inaccessible prior to the construction so the department to drill the 2-foot wide hole down through 35 1/2 feet of limestone bedrock. This became known as the Discovery Whole and was the very first entrance into the cave. Today, there's over 5 miles of the cave making it the fourth largest in Texas. This is one of the most preserved caves in the state and is home to prehistoric animal bones, large rooms, and beautiful formations. It's a constant 72° year-round and never floods during rains but is available for tours year-round.

San Gabriel River

Located just east of downtown Georgetown, this relaxing Park is an ideal place for walking, jogging, picnicking, spending the afternoon napping under the giant live oak trees, or enjoy miles of walkways and it's never overcrowded. It's also home to the Blue Hole, a unique swimming hole just north of town along the river. You can enjoy Cliff jumping, serenity standing under the waterfalls, and just a great place to cool off. The river itself is formed in Georgetown by the confluence of the North Fork San Gabriel and the South Fork sand Gabriel, both originate in Burnet County.

General Store in Andice

If you blink you might miss it but this little hole in the wall just a few minutes up the road from Sun City Texas is a unique place to stop, grab some locally made favorites, and grabbed one of the most delicious hamburgers in the area. Whether you're looking for a unique gift, delicious pickles, and jams, or just need a burger and brew, the general store in Andice Texas is definitely a must-see.

Dale's Essenhaus Country Roadhouse

This is one truly Texas roadhouse. Getting its start back in 1966, Dale's Essenhaus has been well known for Homestyle cooking, the famous Walburger and just plain good food, Texas music, and a great family atmosphere. It's just a few more miles up the road from Sun City.

Sun City is also the gateway to the Texas Hill Country, a popular destination for day trips, weekends, or just exploring the beautiful countryside. Georgetown sits at the eastern edge of the hill country so it's a beautiful location or jumping-off point to explore the unique Texas Hill country.

Let us know if you've been to any of these amazing places. These are some of my favorites and I am a longtime resident of Sun City Texas and would love to show you more about this fantastic part of the country.