Chef Rob Snow’s Greenhouse Craft Food was a breath of fresh culinary air when the farm-to-table cafe opened in Round Rock in 2013. Now the chef, who once served as executive chef at the late Mansion at Judge’s Hill in Austin, will bring a location of his family-friendly counter-service restaurant to Georgetown.
Greenhouse Craft Food plans to open at 708 S. Austin Ave. on the square in Georgetown in early November. The space was previously occupied by The Hollow, whose chef Jacob Hilbert has since opened Ramble Restaurant and Farmhouse Grill in Salado. The Georgetown location will feature many of the most popular menu items from the original, in addition to some selections exclusive to the new location.
“At our soon-to-open Georgetown location, our guests can expect to find a particular emphasis on smoked food (think brisket enchiladas), specials (including high-end and early-bird), craft beer (Texas only, of course), milkshakes, and some live music,” Snow said.
More details on Greenhouse Craft Food‘s new Georgetown location, including opening date, menus, and hours, will be announced soon. Stay up to date by following the restaurant on Facebook.