A handsome stone building, satisfying food, and an excellent wine list.
Brick walls, white tablecloths, and homey food in historic downtown Bryan.
Tapas, pizzas, and more in a lovely vineyard setting.
Wine and cheese, coffee and baguettes, cakes and conversation in downtown Alpine.
A sophisticated, French-inspired spot offering a menu of sweet and savory soufflés.
The only problem we have with this little winery in northeast Texas is that the mostly German kitchen serves only four meals a week.
A wine-lover's dream.
We stopped into La Trattoria, a longtime Alpine favorite, to discover that it had lost not only its last four letters but also its previous owners, chef, and a few tables. The huge windows remain (the view is still Highway 90), and the new look is cool and sleek. Pizzas…
Tucked away in a shopping center, Bill’s has the advantage of sharing doors (and owners) with the Wine Rack. Chef Bill Bloom’s small menu offers the likes of hand-cut steaks and roasted duck, along with seafood items like a delicious buttery sole (a special that deserves a permanent spot on…
Worth the drive for those not nearby, this popular place serves a full house in tight quarters without missing a beat. Offerings include good-looking fried chicken and burgers, but we were enticed by the fish selections, one a pan-seared salmon filet atop a luxurious leek risotto, the other nicely roasted…