Last Friday, I got to go on an adventure in Round Rock in Georgetown with my favorite twin and her sweet mama. The girls took me to one of their favorite food spots in downtown Round Rock, Fire in the Hole Pizza. It was a rainy day and we had a time limit, so we didn't get to experience the whole ambiance, but it was still a great choice. We started off with the cheese bread, which had provolone, garlic, and lemon. The lemon seemed like an odd addition until I tasted it. The lemon added a kick and brought out all the flavors.
When I first entered the restaurant, I immediately smelled pizza dough cooking. I knew I would order pizza, but what type to pick? My experts told me everything was delicious. I opted for the Kentucky pizza, which was topped with pulled pork, scallions, crispy potatoes, and a bourbon sauce. It also called for an egg, but my stomach and eggs don't mix so I went egg free. It was so yummy! The pizza itself was delicious and the Kentucky flavors made for a unique pizza choice. The leftovers were great the next day too.
The pizza and garlic bread were so tasty and featured a thin crust. This is definitely a place I will return to, especially with my pizza loving husband.
Next, we stopped by Lamppost Coffee across from Round Rock High School. They had been raving about a new treat called Wintermoon, so I was excited to try them. The coffee shop itself was really cute and I love trying out small coffe places. The Wintermoon was delightful. It was a sweet and creamy iced latte. It was sweetened with the top secret moon milk, rumored to be made with unicorn tears. Another win for the day and the perfect fuel to prepare us for an afternoon of shopping.
We then travelled on the the square in Georgetown. There were tons of cute shops with crafts, jewelry and gifts. I had a great day filled with friends, food, and fun. It was also nice to try out several new places. I can't wait for our next set of adventures!