Foodie trip plan

Hungry for a few delicious days away? We bet you are. Come hungry and eat your heart out as you explore the culinary side of Cedar Park. From Tex Mex to Italian, the city has a flavor to satisfy every taste bud. Plan your trip today and be ready catch the yum!

day 1

Enjoy the scenery and grab some house-made pretzels with beer cheese at Easy Tiger (located inside Whole Foods 365). For the evening, sample some Italian food at family owned Damiano’s or Gino’s Restaurant. Both restaurants have an amazing selection of pasta and pizza to enjoy.

day 2

Head to Black Sugar Caffe and have some fun with your food by ordering a Cloud Puff Latte. This latte comes with a fluffy dome of cotton candy on top to mix in with your coffee. After sipping some fresh roasted coffee, go to Vitality Bowls right next door and try an Acai Bowl topped with fresh fruit.

For lunch, savor some Tex-Mex at Santa Catarina Restaurant. Their queso fundido is delicioso. Then cool off by getting some ice cream at Scoop & Score Ice Cream & Coffee Parlor or Andy’s Frozen Custard.

Enjoy some comfort food at Mouton’s Southern Bistro in the evening. Sit and stay awhile as you enjoy their Southern specialties out on the patio.

day 3

Enjoy your last day in Cedar Park by going to Morning Sunshine Breakfast Treats and enjoying a fresh baked donut and breakfast taco or go to Red Horn Coffee House & Brewing Co for house roasted coffee and a croissant. Then take some selfies at the SpringHill Suites Wall Mural and Cedar Park Vision’s wall mural for trip memories.

Your trip to Texas is not complete without some barbecue. Cedar Park’s Alzer’s BBQ truck has got you covered. Their tender brisket and fall off the bone ribs are smoked to perfection.  For something sweet, treat yourself to Delysia Chocolatier and sample gourmet chocolates made in-house by a chocolatier.