SEE + D0
Kerrville has so much to offer in food and entertainment! Below are just a few suggestions of places to explore in and around town.
Grape Juice: With over 20 beers on tap, delicious food and wine, Grape Juice is always an excellent choice.
Pint & Plow: Specializes in house-crafted beer, organic brewed coffee and fresh food.
1011 Bistro: Fine dining by the Guadalupe River.
Turtle Creek Olives & Vines: Winery located in historic downtown featuring rare and worldly wines and authentic olive oil.
Francisco's: Offers a fresh, unique experience in Mexican dining. Always, always ask for their specials!
Rails: Dine in this cozy restaurant located in the fully-restored historic 1915 Kerrville Train depot.
Trailhead Beer Garden: At the end of the Kerrville River Trail, in the heart of Schreiner University. Draft beer, wine, music.
Cartewheels: A charming little lunch spot with delicious soups, sandwiches and pastries.
Buzzies BBQ: Featured on BBQ Pitmasters and Texas Monthly, this guy knows BBQ.
Cafe at the Ridge: Restaurant, marketplace and beautiful gardens where you can purchase native plants. It's a destination unto itself!
Hours of operation vary at all restaurants, so please call ahead to be sure they are open.
HEB Stores: Kerrville boasts two HEB Stores and the newest location is just a few short blocks from Robinson House and Barnett Bungalow. This store offers a tasty BBQ restaurant, extensive wine and beer selections, and any other food item you might need during your stay.
THINGS TO DO
Louis Hayes Park River Trail: Visit the beautiful River Trail and walk the 2.4 mile loop, which meanders along the Guadalupe River. It's a great place to bring your dog or your bike and enjoy the scenery.
The Riverside Nature Center: The Riverside Nature Center is a non-profit arboretum with a wildlife and native plant sanctuary located on the Guadalupe River.
The Coming King Sculpture Prayer Gardens: It's mission is to bless, inspire and educate the public through the exhibition of monumental spiritual art and Biblical scriptures.
Kerrville Schreiner Park: This park along the Guadalupe River is the city’s busiest. Day-use facilities, including a playground, butterfly garden, sand volleyball, basketball, 10+ miles of hike and bike trails, river access, River Trail Trailhead, kayak, and canoe rentals, fishing, and picnic areas with standing grills throughout.
Kerrville Public Art Trail: Get out and explore these beautiful works done by local artists by downloading your own copy of the Kerrville Area Public Art Trail.
James Avery: Visit the company headquarters' beautiful campus, visitor center and flagship store.
The Arcadia Live
The Cailloux Theatre
Bridget's Basket: Located on a beautiful property with a vineyard, working farm, restaurant, and market. Enjoy brunch on the patio or stock up on fresh eggs from the market.
The Hunt Store: The historic Hunt Store is a local favorite and you might find a live band playing if you visit on the weekend. Sample some of King's Texas Smokehouse BBQ while you're there.
Approximately 18 miles from The Robinson House, this charming little town is filled with antique shops, restaurants and wineries.
High's Cafe: Wonderful, fresh food, offering daily specials.
Comfort Pizza: Great little pizza place.
8th Street Market: Eclectic mix of antiques and a great little sandwich/coffee bar.
Fiddlin' Frogs: Great clothing and home goods.
Located 25 miles from The Robinson House with tons of attractions. Wineries, restaurants, and shopping for days. And don't forget to stop by Luchenbach, Texas while you're in the area!
Sunset Grill: Great for brunch!
Vaudeville: A long-time favorite for any meal.
Otto's: Excellent farm-to-table German cuisine.
Hondo's: Super fun, casual Tex-Mex.
Emma + Ollie: Delicious breakfast, brunch and lunch.
Shopping (there's tons of shopping, but these are some of our favorites):