On this week’s episode of Texas Eats, David Elder takes us to Fredericksburg to try a spot cooking up Mexican and American brunch favorites.
We then head to San Antonio to stop by a fun barbeque restaurant with ample outdoor dining space and a playground for the kids. Then we make our way to Waco to enjoy a family-owned brunch spot specializing in scratch-made biscuits.
Next, we travel to Houston for some Cajun Tex-Mex fusion favorites. Tucked away in Blanco, we then head to a rustic spot to chow down on some homemade southern comfort food.
After that, we travel to Hondo to devour some handcrafted wood-fired pizzas. Then we finish things up in Alamo Heights, TX, at a retro sports bar to pair Shiner Beer with some American diner classics.
- Nury’s Breakfast & Lunch
- Windmill Ice House
- Butter My Biscuit Café
- BB’s Tex-Orleans
- Chess Club Café
- HonDough Pizza Company
- The Broadway 5050
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