Just west of Wimberley’s town square, this quaint little eatery serves a limited, evolving menu of Texas-inspired fare. On our visit, we enjoyed a patio spot overlooking shady Cypress Creek, which sparkled with lightning bugs as the sun went down. Charred okra and shishito peppers with salsa macha and a chile-lime ranch made for a snappy starter. An open-faced smoked turkey sandwich with thick-cut tomato and avocado was simple yet delicious, as was the pickle-brined, buttermilk-anointed fried chicken atop a toasty bun. For dinner service in the latter part of the week, reservations are recommended.