Nothing screams spring like strawberries. Make the most of Texas-grown fruit in these side dishes by Cabernet Grill chef Ross Burtwell.
In Fredericksburg, Perkins’s creative approach to life can be seen in every inch of his one-of-a-kind retreat.
Plus, José Altuve pays a fan a visit, and a woman tries to smuggle four spider monkeys into the U.S. in a duffel bag.
Fall asleep while floating on Baffin Bay, stargazing in Big Bend, or greeting giraffes and zebras in Glen Rose.
These Texans think so.
Visiting a Japanese garden can bring peace and—especially in the winter months—quiet.
As an impressive quantity of hot, steaming blood poured over my bare hands, I wondered how I, a vegetarian for most of my life, had ended up here.
Served with eggs and/or chorizo, this ode to the fall harvest season makes a nutritious breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
The Fredericksburg newcomer marries Korean banchan and Texan smoked meats, along with staple sides like a perfectly gooey mac and cheese.
Welcome to In Season, our series celebrating the juiciest fruit and crispest veggies in Texas. This spring, we asked local chefs to share stories about their favorite items of seasonal produce—and create original recipes that make the most of spring’s bounty. Texas Monthly adds and updates approximately sixty restaurant listings to
Plus, a really good lemon cookie and an upbeat musical on Netflix.
Welcome to In Season, our series celebrating the juiciest fruit and crispest veggies in Texas. This spring, we asked local chefs to share stories about their favorite items of seasonal produce—and create original recipes that make the most of spring’s bounty. It’s that special (albeit short-lived) time of year when bright
Big Bend Ranch State Park and Enchanted Rock State Natural Area both saw a 50 percent surge in backcountry rescues last year.
Across Texas, Santa is staying jolly this year with contact-free visits, drive-through light displays, and more pandemic-proof festivities.
Schnitzel, steins, and social distancing through Oktoberfest and beyond.
They aren’t just for kids anymore.
The jewel of the Hill Country, my hometown, is lovelier than ever. I just wish more of the natives could afford to stick around and enjoy it. Scenes from a town transformed.
We review more than sixty restaurants each month. Here’s a peek at what’s new!
At her newest restaurant, Rebecca Rather turns daytime meals into something special.
Taylor Collins and Katie Forrest welcome guests to their sprawling Hill Country home.
The four siblings of folk band Willow City and their parents hit all the right notes with their picturesque hilltop home near Fredericksburg.
Among the kitsch and charm, visitors will find some sophisticated offerings in this popular Central Texas destination.
Catch the Polar Express, visit the Grinch, or have your own 'It's a Wonderful Life' moment in a festive town square.
Everything old is new again at Contigo Ranch.
Snag a front-row seat at Old Tunnel State Park for one of nature’s finest displays.
A young family and their minimalist-meets-rustic dream home in the Hill Country.
Some of the most charming small-town escapes in the state.
Life along the Pedernales was everything one could hope for—until it wasn’t.
The sounds and the fury of Frederickburg's noise ordinance.
And the apps to download before you go.
The state’s top offerings, from a pizza ninja invasion to a wine-themed Mardi Gras.
The state’s top offerings, from the most celebrated MLK Day parades to commemorations of King at the Rothko.
Welcome to In Season, our series celebrating the juiciest fruit and crispest veggies in Texas. This spring, we asked local chefs to share stories about their favorite items of seasonal produce—and create original recipes that make the most of spring’s bounty. Venison is the name of the game in this stylish
The Hill Top Cafe
Introducing El Rey, the Venezuelan chocolate that is wowing chefs everywhere, thanks to the efforts of a Texan with a taste for treats.
The celebrity realtor as realtor celebrity.
Twenty years later, Jerry Jeff Walker returns to the town his music put on the map.
In these nine Texas towns, produce is more than product. It’s pride.
When urban stress sets the nerves ajangle, it’s comforting to know there is a Japanese garden nearby.
Not since Remington and Russell has a cowboy artist sold so many works—for so much—as Fredericksburg’s G. Harvey.
You can still find it in these great small towns.