Anything you taste, you can take home from the Boerne Wine Co. Champagnes of all kinds — by the glass — and it’s the only place you’ll find a collection this vast.
Take a ride out to Camp Verde — an incredible place tucked away in the back roads of the Texas Hill Country. In addition to wide open spaces and one legendary General Store, is a brand new restaurant that’s really making waves!
The Boerne Wine Co. has long been a favorite place of mine for wine by the glass. Have just a taste, half a glass or the Fully Monty and experience a wide variety of timeless wines – Texas wines in particular!
Camp Verde is a very active General Store and popular restaurant the locals like for lunch. Shop, eat and find just about anything you want for yourself or your household. Father’s Day comes early with some wonderful items to compliment your grilling experience during the warmer months.
This is truly one of the most beautiful stores you’ll ever set foot in! I’m at Las Finezas just off Main Street in Boerne; a Hill Country hideaway for exquisite household items like this collection of amazing bath salts from Niven Morgan, a Dallas-based fragrance designer.
You’re invited to A Four Course Love Story at Francesca’s! Their Valentine’s Day dinner menu for 2013 is as follows…
On Friday, January 25th, I encourage you to treat yourself to a night of perfectly paired culinary offerings and the best selection of Saint Arnold brews at the La Cantera Grille! This includes the seasonal Saint Arnold Winter Stout and the Icon Series’ Belgian Style Pale Ale.
There are so many gems in the Texas Hill Country…Camp Verde near Comfort is certainly one of them. From the sprawling green meadows to a one-of-a-kind General Store, and now their new restaurant, dishing up more than just hearty sandwiches and bags of chips like back in the day.
Up near Comfort there’s a must-do stop in the beautiful Texas hill country — the gorgeous grounds at Camp Verde. The General Store located on this extensive property still doubles as an operating post office. It’s been open since 1857!
Drink in the gorgeous Texas Hill Country with eggnog brought together with Texas’ own Garrison Brothers Bourbon — it’s my new winter weather tradition!