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Round Top Spring Show Guide 2024

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(Continued from page 120) 159 Junction 3024 E. Texas Hwy. 159, Fayetteville, 979.249.5523, Homey sports and karaoke bar serving pub food and pizzas with beer, wine, and liquor. Games galore, including pool, trivia, and giant lawn games. Orsak's Cafe 121 W. Fayette St., Fayetteville, 979.378.2719. Great countr y cooking. Excellent hamburgers with homemade onion rings, chicken-fried steak, and catfish. Popi Burger 104 N. Washington St., Round Top, 979.249.5161, Good place in town to grab burgers, brews, and shakes. Round Top Brewing 101 W. Austin St., Round Top, 512.294.8641, Elevated pub fare with an inventive farm- to-table menu that changes frequently. Wild-game tacos, meaty sandwiches, and serious salads regularly served alongside the best local and house-made seasonal brews. Round Top Coffee Shop 111 W. Wantke St., Round Top, 214.356.3280, @roundtopcoffeeshop. Come for the coffee, stay for the community and the breakfast tacos. Also popping up at The Halles this spring. Round Top Mercantile Company 438 N. Washington St., Round Top, 979.249.3117, The local everything store, from groceries to liquor to hardware, for more than 36 years. Wonderful deli counter with homemade sandwiches to order and Hunt Brothers Pizza. Royers Pie Haven 190 Henkel St., Round Top, 979.249.5282, Want to eat dessert first? Stop by Royers Pie Haven for a slice or a milkshake — made with pie, natch. Royers Round Top Cafe 105 Main St., Round Top, 979.249.3611, The granddaddy of them all, Royers has served comfort food for 30 years and is known everywhere for its pies. The Stone Cellar & Jon Perez Lounge 550 N. Washington St., Round Top, Round Top's official honky-tonk serves beer, of course, but with great scratch-made food, wine, and cocktails. Different menu offerings in the adjacent Jon Perez Lounge. 22 North Holland 22 N. Holland St., Bellville, 979.865.3000, Chef/owner Cody Vasek serves up delicious farm-to-table meals working with locally grown foods. The Vintage Hideaway 3820 Schoenst Road, Carmine, 281.235.7486. Cottage rentals with large beer and wine garden, and food trailer on site. Serving lunch five days a week. White Horse Tavern 400 N. Main St., Burton, 979.277.5768, Locally owned gem with home-style breakfast and lunch. Extensive selection of cold beer and weekly live music. The Wine Bar Restaurant at Grand Fayette Hotel 201 W. Fayette St., Fayetteville, 979.716.6988, Located on Fayetteville's historic square. Chefs Kathy and George Valtasaros serve a select range of wines with a delightful dinner and Sunday brunch. Try the homemade chicken pot pie and save room for dessert — the bread pudding is out of this world. For more lists, go to Popi Burger Bread pudding at The Wine Bar at Grand Fayette Hotel The Garden Co. – Feed & Firewater

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