Fredericksburg

Bejas

Oct 30, 2019 By Texas Monthly

Bejas is back, baby, with tacos, margaritas, and a lot more.

Bella Sera

Oct 12, 2017 By Texas Monthly

Charming, family-run spot for pizza and pasta and everything in between.

Backwoods BBQ

Mar 2, 2017 By Texas Monthly

A barbecue joint is a barbecue joint, but this place has a few things that make it special. First, it’s large and brand-new; second, it’s owned a by a nice family of multiple generations; and last but not least, the all-you-can-eat pork ribs (tender and lip lickin’) on Thursdays and…

Porky’s

Jan 27, 2017 By Texas Monthly

This place is a longtime favorite with locals, and for the best of reasons: great burgers made from fresh ground beef, with bread options that include a jalapeño-cheese bun; deliciously crisp onion rings; hand-cut fries; milk shakes. And now they have new digs, with easy parking, an airy dining space,…

Otto’s German Bistro

Oct 4, 2016 By Texas Monthly

It’s easy as ABC: adult bistro cuisine. In year four of reimagining Germanic gastronomy, Otto’s continues to delight with its sophisticated blend of fresh local ingredients, house-made sausages and condiments, and tasty continental components in a charming European-cafe-style setting. It’s all in the delicious details: hunks of yeasty Brot served…

Sozial Haus

Apr 7, 2016 By Texas Monthly

“Eat, Drink, Be Sozial.” That’s the motto, and it’s that kind of place, relaxed and friendly. Expect varied appetizers (like goat cheese with crispy crostini), salads and sandwiches, and thin-crust pizzas with imaginative toppings.

Farm Haus Bistro

Feb 8, 2016 By Texas Monthly

The talented chefs behind the charming bistro at Fredericksburg Herb Farm are now serving tasty food at every meal. Start the day with crispy chicken and waffles sprinkled with toasted almonds and drizzled with honey or with a cinnamon roll warm from the oven and dotted with golden raisins (hurry,…

Asian Garden

Nov 20, 2015 By Texas Monthly

We slid into our red-and-black booth, skeptical of finding tasty Chinese food in a Tex-Deutsch town. And so we ordered old standbys like General Tso’s, sesame beef, and Singapore noodles. The General featured large chunks of tender chicken, and the sesame beef was flavorful and not overwhelmed by sauce. The…