Category Archive: breweries

The Most Artsy Place in Texas, The Village of Salado

Salado is such a fun little village, and reminds me of a smaller Fredericksburg, without the crowds!  There are over 60 shops and galleries in downtown, restaurants, breweries and wineries, and several great… Continue reading

The Ultimate Great Smoky Mountains Bucket List

Each Summer, we load up the car for a road trip, and while 2020 looked kinda dicey for a while, we still were able to hit the road this Summer. Our original plan… Continue reading

Where To Play, Eat and Stay in Fredericksburg

The Hill Country brings visitors from around the country to experience the beauty and culture of Texas, and one of the top destinations is the Germanic town of Fredericksburg, known for it’s wine… Continue reading

The World’s ONLY St. Paddy’s Day Pickle Parade and Palooza

****  Cancelled for 2020  **** The home of Best Maid Pickles puts on their green for a festival like no other!   A 5K run and costume contest, kid’s activities including petting zoo… Continue reading

St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival, Wichita Falls

The charm and culture of the Emerald Isle takes over downtown Wichita Falls for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival presented by Downtown Wichita Falls Development and Union Square Credit Union! Celebrate… Continue reading

Make Grapevine Your Spring Break Destination!

There’s so much to do in Grapevine!  Centrally located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, and minutes from DFW Airport, Grapevine has one of the most picturesque Historic Downtowns in North Texas, great restaurants,… Continue reading

10 Reasons To Visit Historic Downtown Granbury

It’s unique history along the Brazos River, now impounded by Lake Granbury, gives this beautiful Courthouse Square it’s character.  The shops and stores have all embraced Granbury’s history to make it a destination… Continue reading

Why Georgetown is Known as the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas

Sitting North of Austin off I-35, Georgetown is home to the convergence of the forks of the San Gabriel River, InnerSpace Caverns and the pristine campus of Southwestern University, but it’s the Courhouse… Continue reading

Why Natchitoches, Louisiana Should Be Your Next Girls Weekend Getaway

Steel Magnolias turned 30 this past November, and the little town where the author of the book lives and the movie was filmed is going all out for the event!  But that’s just… Continue reading

25 of the Best Things to See and Do (and Eat) on I-35 in Texas

I-35 spans a lot of Texas, from Gainesville to Laredo, and here’s our list of some of the best stops along the way! 1.  Gainesville gives you the Frank Buck Zoo and Leonard… Continue reading

15 Things to do in New Braunfels After You’ve Toobed the River

After a fun day toobing either the Comal or Guadalupe River in New Braunfels, there are still plenty of fun things to do in town! 1. Snake Farm and Animal Zoo   From what… Continue reading

8 Reasons to Visit Gruene Historic District this Summer

The name may be funny, but there’s serious fun to be found in Gruene, pronounced “GREEN”, an old town on the Guadalupe River, which is now part of the City of New Braunfels. … Continue reading

16 Things to See and Do on the San Antonio Riverwalk

Often imitated, but never duplicated, you can’t beat a day on the San Antonio Riverwalk!  From amazing shops, restaurants, bars and more there is just so much to see and do! 1.Take a… Continue reading

Altstadt Brewery, Fredericksburg

We love good German food, and my husband loves German beer, all of which make Altstadt Brewery a fun destination when in the Texas Hill Country! Doesn’t it just look like a huge… Continue reading

Pecan Street Brewing, Johnson City

Johnson City has so much to do nearby, so you need a place to refuel and relax afterwards!  We spent a great afternoon relaxing in the Biergarten at Pecan Street Brewing, but they… Continue reading