Category Archive: restaurants

There Is Something Fishy Going On At These 14 Amazing Texas Aquariums

From the huge Texas State Aquarium to smaller, but no less awe-inspiring smaller aquariums, there is something for everyone at these 14 aquariums, located across the state! Several of these aquariums also have… Continue reading

Where To Eat In The Fort Worth Stockyards

The Fort Worth Stockyards are the perfect place to enjoy a day with friends, family or even a special date! You can spend all day, or even fill up a weekend, with great… Continue reading

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 are still hitting the road this Summer. Our original plan was to… Continue reading

Grab a Tube, Because The World’s Longest Lazy River is Right Here in Texas

At 5,280 feet long, you can literally float your cares away as you relax on this Texas Lazy River, which takes about an hour for just one lap all the way around! It’s… Continue reading

This North Texas Pick-Your-Own Lavender Farm is a Hidden Treasure

Walking in the lavender field at Lavender Ridge Farms in Gainesville, it’s easy to forget that you’re in North Texas, and not the countryside of Provence!  The farm offers you the opportunity to… Continue reading

A Saturday Lunch Date on the Fort Worth Traffic Circle

Our kids are old enough now that we can get away, just the two of us, for a Saturday Morning and Lunch Date, which is exactly what we did today!  I’m working on… 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

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

Sawyer Yards, Houston

It’s hard to miss the Silo’s at Sawyer Yard, a collection of old grain silos lit up each evening, the anchoring landmark of Houston’s Sawyer Yards.  Set between active railyards, it’s probably not… Continue reading

Grapevine, The Christmas Capital of Texas

Downtown Grapevine is full of Christmas Cheer, so much that it is the self-proclaimed Christmas Capital of Texas, and the city really does it’s best to earn that title!  Each day from Thanksgiving… Continue reading

7 Best Restaurants in Dallas’ Deep Ellum Neighborhood

While Deep Ellum is mostly known for their bars, nightclubs and artsy scene, it’s also a cosmic draw to the foodie crowd for good, unpretentious food and a casual atmosphere.  These are my… Continue reading

Galveston’s Party Beach

East Beach in Galveston draws in a unique crowd of party-goers, thrill-seekers and families, all just looking for a good time. Famous for it’s Summer Concerts and Festivals, Sand Volleyball Tournaments and Annual… 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

Holy Guacamole! 8 Amazing Texas Restaurants To Get Your Fajita Fix!

One of the truest of Tex-Mex creations, the original fajitas came from the Mexican Cowboys or Vaqueros in West Texas and the Rio Grande Valley, who would cook the tough skirt steak right… Continue reading