Groceries & Markets in Brushy Creek

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  • The Blind Squirrel Sandwiches
    Having spent his entire career in the food industry, Jack Raia has developed an interest in how certain foods reflect the regions and the people that create them. That intrigue fueled the founding of The Blind Squirrel Sandwiches, where Jack and his staff turn the traditional sandwich on its head. “It’s taking something familiar and making it go crazy,” he told the Austin-American Statesman. “We’re making Round Rock weird, one sandwich at a time.” Strange as its fusion sandwiches may be, there’s no arguing The Blind Squirrel’s commitment to freshness. All meats get roasted, smoked, grilled, and seasoned in house. All sauces, stocks, soups, and sides are made from scratch, too, as are the breads and potato chips. From that hard work emerges uniquely named creations such as The Big Bad Wolf, loaded with ham, bacon, and roasted pork loin. There's also The Godfather with its new york strip steak, and The Quacker, featuring tea-smoked duck that, much like parents before having "the talk" with their kids, takes three full days to prepare.
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    1105 South Mays Street
    Round Rock, TX US
  • Teji's
    Teji's is creating unique Indian dishes with bold flavors that are getting recognized as top-of-the-line. Vegans, fear not. Teji's is serving up healthy savory dishes you won't want to miss. Have a few picky young eaters in the family? Not a problem at Teji's, where the food and ambience are perfect for family dining. Teji's can also cater your next party; call today for details. Can't stay at Teji's long? Pick up and go home. Ample parking is located near Teji's. Find your sweet (or savory) spot at Teji's, where you can opt for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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    1205 Round Rock Ave
    Round Rock, TX US
  • Georgetown Farmers Market
    The Georgetown Farmers Market Association unites more than 50 growers from 11 nearby counties to treat shoppers to a bounty of wholesome produce, free-range eggs, artisanal breads, and canned goods. Not only does the bumper crop of fresh greens, fruits, and veggies keep clients eating healthily, but it also connects consumers to their surrounding land and agriculture industry. While perusing bushels of onions, tomatoes, peppers, and melons, visitors can mingle with local farmers to shake the very hands that harvest the crops and learn the secret fifth verse of the Green Acres theme song.
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    1525 West University Avenue
    Georgetown, TX US

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