Restaurant on the Georgetown square – Wildfire

It seems like restaurants in Georgetown go out of business just as quickly as new ones pop up. I just thought I noticed Stone Canyon Cafe disappeared and one of the restaurants I reviewed on this blog, Chantal’s, is also gone. What a shame. Chantal’s was good.

Well, here’s one that has been around for awhile and is located on the historic square in Georgetown, TX:


My wife and I took an afternoon lunch date and ordered the following:

Hickory Smoked Pork Roast, Red Eye Gravy
Red Bliss Mash Potatoes, Pearl Onions & Baby Carrots

Maple Leaf Duck-Spinach Salad
Hot Applewood-smoked bacon dressing

The pork was a bit dry, but the overall dish had a good smokey flavor. The duck was tender and salad tasted good. Autumn and I thought that the serving was a little small and hoped they would have crisped up the duck a bit more. For an entree the salad seemed to be sized more like a side dish. We were still hungry so we downed about 4 of their dinner rolls, which by the way, are served warm with a generous side dish of butter.

wildfire_exterior_twilightThe nice thing we noticed is that they finally renovated the nasty old ceiling. It used to be white and moldy looking, and now it’s a nice elegant maroon color. The setting in this restaurant is nice, not too expensive (lunch came to about $20) and ideally located downtown so you can walk off that side dish of butter that comes with your rolls.

So, if you want to meet a local real estate agent to talk about buying and selling, this could be a good place for lunch (hint, hint). Since I added that plug about real estate and talked about my experience, I guess that lunch with Autumn is a write-off right?

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  1. I have only been there once. It was about 1 year ago, but…

    1. The food was great. My wife and I both had steaks and they turned out wonderful.
    2. Good service. We felt our waiter was attentive, but didn’t bother us too much.
    3. Location, Location, Location. It is easy to find just off of “The Square” in Georgetown. Before dinner we enjoyed a glass of wine at Georgetown Winery, formerly D’Vine Wine of Georgetown. After dinner we went to a play a the theater.
    4. A bit pricey to go very often, but I have heard that the lunch menu is very reasonable.


    • Your favorite HOMEboy says:

      Thanks Mike. It feels like the service has actually improved…seems like they’re hiring more adults then before and that has probably helped some. Maybe I’ll have to try the steaks next time!

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