Almost exactly a year ago, we shared some exciting news with you about Trails at 620 taking shape with new dining, shops, businesses, lodging and much more.
Today let’s take a look at how all of those plans panned out and what’s next for this growing dining and entertainment center in the Lake Travis area.
Here’s the scoop on what the Trails at 620 has to offer.
Foodies and beer aficionados can rejoice with the opening of Oasthouse Gastropub in November 2015 at Trails at 620.
This pub features locally-sourced burgers and sandwiches in addition to 20 draft brews, craft cocktails and wine. If you’re looking for elevated eats with an upscale yet casual vibe, you’ll love Oasthouse.
What’s Coming Soon
The Holiday Inn Express & Suites we mentioned is nearing completion and will boast upgraded guest suites with panoramic views in addition to standard rooms. The first-ever reservations at this property are being taken for dates on (or around) May 7, 2016.
Construction is underway for the new Children’s Learning Adventure, a 35,000-square-foot preschool/daycare facility with bowling lanes, a culinary classroom, theater, activity areas, an indoor gym and outdoor play areas.
There’s not much that you won’t find at the Trails. And the list of places to eat, shop, or take care of business continues to grow. Here’s a quick run down of all the places you will find at Trails at 620.
Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers: Freddy’s is known for their delicious shakes and old-school 50’s style hamburgers, childhood comfort food at its best.
Whataburger: Texas staple. ‘Nuff said.
Schlotzskys: When you are craving something on the healthy side but not in the mood to get out of your car, Schlotzskys has you covered.
Freebirds: Burritos that will leave you soaring.
Angel Donuts & Treats: A Lake Travis area donut shop that doesn’t close at 2pm. Yay! And they have other baked goodies too … like cake balls.
Chicken Express: Get your chicken tender fix in a speedy fashion.
Flores Mexican Restaurant: a Lakeway staple for Mexican cuisine, their Trails at 620 location is perfect for pre-shopping or post-game margaritas.
Napa Flats: Wine on tap, homemade gelato, and a dedicated gluten-free menu.
Moviehouse and Eatery: To sum it up, Moviehouse and Eatery gives Alamo a run for their money. A top-notch kitchen, full bar, and luxurious leather reclining movie chairs. Make sure to buy your ticket before you go to avoid ticket sell-outs.
RedFin Seafood Kitchen: Locally-owned RedFin Seafood Kitchen brings the taste of the Gulf Coast to the Lake Travis area. There is also a playscape for the kiddos.
Tea2Go: This little tea-house will make you want to put on those white gloves and eat a cucumber sandwich.
Beau Kisses: A cute boutique that will help you find that perfect, unique gift.
Hilderbrand Jewelers: Their specialty is Rolex watches, both repairs and sales.
Mattress Firm: Awesome deals on your next sleeping haven. Why are there so many mattress stores in Lake Travis?!?
A+ Federal Credit Union: Did you know A+ Federal Credit Union was founded by a group of 50 teachers at a meeting in Zilker Park? Now you do.
Big Frog Custom T-shirts: Have a t-shirt idea that you want to see become reality? This place can help — and they can do it super quick.
Health and Beauty
West: A salon for the whole family.
Barre 3: This 60-minute dancer-inspired workout is legit.
Plum Natural Nail Spa: A beautifully decorated full service spa. Drop the kids off at the movies and hang out here.
Austin Regional Clinic: Same-day appointments, daytime urgent care, after hours clinics, and nursing services through the night.
European Wax Center: Spring is just around the corner and the lake is full … you are going to need this place.
You may hit a snag with traffic from 2222 if you go during peak rush hour. We suggest you wait it out or plan on a matinee at the Moviehouse followed by happy hour at one of the watering holes in the Trails at 620.