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Written by Jazz Thomas
Georgetown and Round Rock are chock-filled with both fast food joints and classy places to take a date. Most students stay on campus for their meals, since the school is so self-contained and small. Because of this, off-campus dining is seen more as a luxury for late nights and weekends, not a necessity for day-to-day dining. It would be very inconvenient to drive all the way to Round Rock for some chicken nuggets when you can just swing into the Commons for a bite. It is nice, however, to have the option of eating somewhere besides campus dining every once in a while. Another huge plus is that there are a few places students can go 24 hours a day!
Whether you want fine dining on the Square or just need to grab a burger on the way to your Austin-based internship, Georgetown and the surrounding areas pretty much have you covered. While there might not be hundreds of restaurants nearby, there are certainly enough to satisfy most students. Unfortunately, none of the restaurants are within walking distance; pretty much everywhere you want to go in Georgetown requires a car. Also, there are basically no healthy/vegetarian/vegan options in Georgetown. It's a town of steak-eaters, not salad-lovers. Most of the places in Georgetown tend not to be chain restaurants, making them a little pricier, but at the same time, a little nicer. For the more recognizable restaurants, students head to Round Rock and for those students looking to spend a little bit more, there is always Austin.
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