Blue Oak Grill Opens Heart And Kitchen For Autism

 Blue Oak Grill of Round Rock, locally owned and operated, is a proud supporter of the Walk Now for Autism Speaks Saturday 10/9/10 at the Dell Diamond. The new restaurant has pledged volunteers, supplies, and funds raised with puzzle pieces sold at the restaurant. All $1 puzzle piece donations are entered into a drawing to win a gift basket valued at $70 that includes a $25 gift card, a Blue Oak Grill vintage tee, and more. For parents with children on gluten-free diets, a specially-designed kids menu will be distributed at event registration offering a $4.95 gluten-free kids meal with home-style sides. After the walk, come by for a celebratory afternoon at Blue Oak Grill, exit 254 in Round Rock (behind Rudy’s). Continue reading →

Blue Oak Grill

 Locally owned and operated, Blue Oak Grill is a cool and casual homestyle full-service restaurant. The menu is a blend of comfort and spunk, with complimentary Round Rock Honey cornbread and lollipop chicken wings on the same page. Daily Specials are made from scratch and fast for the business lunch crunch. Happy Hour is daily 4:30 to 7pm, with 1/2 price wine and select appetizers, $2 pints, and $5 margaritas. Signature cocktails include the Blue Oak Punch, and Texas Lemonade. Catch every game with NFL ticket on 4 hi def TVs inside the bar, or outside on the covered patio. Takeout and Catering menu available. Groups welcome. Lingering encouraged with free wifi, scratch desserts and locally blended house coffee. Continue reading →

Round Rock Christian Church

 The call for a Disciples of Christ (Christian Church) congregation in the greater Round Rock area began when a few “Disciples” met to lay plans for organization of at the Bank of The Hills in February, 1983. The first service was held on October 2, 1983, at the Noah’s Ark Day School, with some 50 people in attendance. In the Disciples tradition a lay leadership steering committee met weekly to plan each service and invite visiting ministers to preach. Within six months attendance outgrew the day school, moving the congregation to Deepwood Elementary, and later to Chisholm Trail Middle School in Round Rock. Continue reading →