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The confectionery wizards at Snowflake Donuts whip up an assortment of sugary indulgences bound to perk up any palate. Saunter in for breakfast to nosh on a signature glazed donut ($0.65) or string together a batch of them to create a snack bandolier. Sweet-toothed patrons will feel like they're at a rave hosted by Willy Wonka as they sample the array of pastries including apple fritters ($1.29), cinnamon rolls ($1.29), danishes ($1.59), and kolaches ($1.89). Walk off sugared stupors and visions of edible boutiques and antique shops at the nearby boutiques and antique shops.

1222 S Main St
Boerne,
TX
US

At Let's Wrap it Spa, a team fluent in English, Spanish, and Klingon helps clients regain a youthful appearance without the need for expensive, risky surgeries or other invasive procedures. Its signature treatments—organic wraps—expose bodies to cold, heat, and detoxifying volcanic ash to slim down physiques and reduce cellulite. Rumored to be part of Cleopatra's daily beauty regimen, volcanic clay rejuvenates, exfoliates, lifts, and tightens the skin. Other skin-tightening treatments at the spa include collagen-infused facials, electrotherapy, and vacuum therapy.

109 Waterview Pkwy.
Boerne,
Texas
US

More than 40 years ago, Charlie and Mary Garcia founded El Chaparral Mexican Restaurant to share their culinary heritage with the local community. Though the business has now been passed down to the next generation of the family, the restaurant adheres to the made-fresh recipes of its early days, delighting diners with hearty enchiladas, fresh seafood dishes, and its signature bean soup.

707 S Main St
Boerne,
TX
US

Uncle Bernie's is under new ownership. Started primarily as an Ice Cream Shoppe , Sandwiches and hot dogs have been added to supliment the menu. We are popular for lunch as an affordable alternative to other restraunts . Come in and try our Paninis , Chicago dog , Chillie dog and cool off with a smoothie, milkshake or blast

215 West Bandera Road
Boerne,
TX
US

Ye Kendall Inn, a registered national historic landmark, offers a blend of old-school antebellum charm and modern hotel amenities. Built in 1859, Ye Kendall Inn once housed both Robert E. Lee and former president Eisenhower during a brief but thrilling rift in the space-time continuum. Depending on availability, the inn offers accommodations in charmingly furnished cabins, cottages, suites, and guest rooms. Restored, vintage cabins contain regal queen beds and prime-ministerial sofa beds, and suites and cottages hold either a king or queen bed. Wired Internet and cable TV are provided. Guests also receive 20% off at the inn's luxurious spa, where massages and skin treatments evaporate stress into a fine mist used to hydrate thirsty trees strewn about the lush, 5-acre grounds.

128 W Blanco Rd
Boerne,
TX
US

Ruby Lorraine Feagan, better known as Tootie, began her business by building one pie at a time. Her reputation gained momentum after winning a succession of baking contests throughout Texas hill country. Her signature apple pie, containing up to 6 pounds of apples, was the foundation for Tootie Pie Company. Today, Tootie and her daughter continue to ensure the quality of Tootie Pie Co. Gourmet Caf?'s 12 signature pie flavors.

Inside Tootie's caf?, the menu ranges from paninis and gourmet sandwiches to soups and breakfast items. Sips of house coffee and espresso-based mochas clear palates between bites better than vigorously shaking them Etch A Sketch?style.

129 Industrial Dr.
Boerne,
TX
US