I absolutely LOVE Treaty Oak Distilling. I first visited during their gin event and have been looking for an excuse to go back ever since. That’s why I was so happy to be invited to the release of their whiskey and the opening of their newly remodeled Alice’s Restaurant. We drank well, ate well, and … More Treaty Oak Whiskey Release
The Spoetzl Brewery is now open on Saturdays! Named after brewmaster Kosmos Spoetzl, the K. Spoetzl Brewery was founded in Shiner, Texas (population 2,069), in 1909, brewing beer with old-world traditions and recipes for the many German and Czech settlers in the state. Since then, the brewery has grown to be one of the leading … More Shiner Beer Spoetzl Brewery Now open for Saturday Tours!
One freezing afternoon, we drove out to Boerne. Good ol’ small town Texas. Once we arrived, we walked straight into their largest cafe, The Dienger Trading Co. for some warmth! Their chai tea latte was good (a little sweet, but hey, it was the holidays) and they have a pretty delicious looking bakery and food … More Boerne, Texas
Update! I’ve been to Kula Sushi 2 more times since my last blog and wanted to share my latest photos with you. This place only gets better and better. I now have two sushi erasers, in addition yo my puffy panda stickers. If you want to have a fun, unique dining experience, I highly recommend … More Kula Sushi (latest photos)
In the heat of the summer, we woke up early and let Winnie run around St. Edward’s park. The trails are located just off of Spicewood Springs. The parking lot is small, but we managed to find a spot. There is a lot of water along the trails, which was fun. We took our shoes … More St. Edward’ s Park