(map) Now through November 8th, everything’s coming up pumpkin at Sweet Berry Farm. They’re showcasing almost 20 varieties, from tiny little mini’s to giants the size of a chair, and everything in between. They’ve even got pure-white albino pumpkins. There are also hayrides, a maze to get lost in, face-painting, flower-picking, and a grill serving up See More »
(map) Hey Cupcake! launches their newest cupcake for the fall season. The Pumpkinator is a moist pumpkin-spice cake topped with cream-cheese frosting. It’s a frightfully yummy way to welcome the approach of Halloween!
It starts this Friday! So if you’re thinking of going this year, here’s a look at last year. Fantastic weather drew record crowds to this historic German town. From beer and bratwurst to bungee-jumping and the Chicken Dance, it’s a great time for folks young, old and in-between. Colorful costumes, whether authentic or silly, and See More »
(map) Tom and Doug, the two brothers behind Hawk’s Shadow Winery, debuted their impressive new tasting room over the summer. It’s got it all: A killer view, cool underground cellar, lots of space for tasting, and most importantly, See More »
(map) Every Monday, The League serves up a tasty deal: Order one of their half-pound, freshly ground burgers and get the second one free. Above, the American Burger, topped with American cheese and then a fried egg. The Southern Burger is topped with bacon, fried onions and barbecue sauce. They’re a deliciously hot mess! Burgers come with your choice of sides, but go early. Lots of hungry diners are getting hip to this deal.
(map) Next Tuesday, September 15, local author and Travis County Assistant District Attorney Mark Pryor previews his latest thriller, “Hollow Man.” As Kirkus Reviews describes the book, “Austin’s music scene provides the backdrop for a creepy psychological thriller.” 7 pm, free at the Lake Travis Library.
(map) New wineries are sprouting up along the Wine Road 290, giving us lucky wine-lovers more opportunities to try new grape varietals, along with new methods of making wine. The winemaker here is originally from France, which makes two French See More »
(map) One of the newer wineries on the Wine Road 290, Lost Draw opened a few months ago right in the middle of Fredericksburg. One of the partners owned an old warehouse that had been in his family for years. Just a few blocks off Main Street, it’s been turned into See More »
(map) Mamma mia! It’s not all about German food in Fredericksburg. Next time you find yourself on Main Street, check out the brick oven pizzas and Italian specialties here. Above, a custom-made Canadian bacon-spinach-garlic pie, loaded with toppings. There are signature pies, too, like See More »