Restaurants in Fredericksburg


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  • Sweet Marley's Frozen Yogurt and Sandwich Bar
    Jonathan and Crystal Bedford honor their daughter at Sweet Marley's Frozen Yogurt and Sandwich Bar, lending her name to their sanctuary of healthful treats and youth play space. Behind a green awning, cooks stuff fillings such as black forest ham, bosc pears, and dill havarti into six types of bread and flour tortillas, which they spice with inventive condiments such as cranberry or pesto mayo. The lunch menu is fresh and flexible, as all 13 sandwiches may be tossed into their three salads drizzled with homemade dressing or sliced in half and paired with the daily soup. In the afternoon, a self-serve bar of more than 100 frozen-yogurt toppings such as chocolate and nuts spreads out to add sweet finales to meals. Sweet Marley's has partnered with Dublin Bottling Works to offer soda-flavored yogurt including Triple XXX Rootbeer and Orange Cream, as well as Ranch Road Roasters to offer mocha and Mexican vanilla latte flavored yogurts. They also have a mobile yogurt trailer that appears at various events in Texas, including Wildseed Farms in Fredericksburg. Above Sweet Marley's white bungalow, the leaves of tall pecan trees block the sun's rays and penchant for taking satisfaction surveys from the yard's sandbox and nearby alfresco tables. The Bedfords created their eatery as a haven for happy toddlers, and also donate a percentage of their catering and café revenue to Rhizo Kids International, which conducts research for their daughter's rare genetic condition. The second-annual Miles for Marley 5k is scheduled for April 20.
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    107 S Llano St
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • Cranky Franks Barbeque Co.
    Centered around a wide range of meats slow-cooked over mesquite wood coals, the menu at Cranky Frank's Barbeque Company bursts at the creases with flavor and smoky goodness. Stultify a bout of hunger or furnish uncomfortable silence with a pork, sausage, or specialty chopped-beef plate ($8.29), accompanied by all-you-can-ingest sides such as pinto beans, potato salad, chocolate pudding, coleslaw, green beans, and whole-kernel corn. Or, send an adventurous brisket sandwich ($5.75) down a cold, sugary flume of sweet tea ($2.50). Cranky Frank's also whips up an imaginative stuffed baked potato, its steamy insides suffused with butter, sour cream, barbecue sauce, and cheese ($6.49).
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    1679 S US Highway 87
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • August E's
    Executive chef Leu Savanh fuses a sophisticated menu of traditional Texan fare and Asian cuisine at August E's, an upscale eatery highlighted in the New York Times and Southern Living. The imaginative meal creator uses local suppliers and his own garden of herbs, tomatoes, and peppers to create such delectable dishes as the citrus truffle salad, a bed of organic butter lettuce spritzed with a citrus-truffle vinaigrette and adorned with goat cheese, strawberries, mango, and crushed pecans ($9). Heartier appetites will be appeased by such offerings as the Long Island duck breast, grilled and served alongside whipped mascarpone sweet potatoes and a citrus soy-dressed mix of carrots and broccolini ($33). The eclectic restaurant also stocks a copious sushi menu with items such as the screaming salmon maki—salmon tangled with spicy sauce, shaved scallion, cucumber, and sesame ($9)—the hamachi scallion roll with chopped hamachi, cucumber, and scallions, veiled in nori and rice and wrapped in sashimi sliced hamachi ($16), in addition to a smattering of seasoned and uncooked Swedish Fish.
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    203 E San Antonio St
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • West End Pizza Company
    Owned by two sisters and their husbands, West End Pizza Company kneads made-from-scratch dough and simmers secret sauces daily to craft an ever-fresh menu of homemade brick-oven pizzas and pastas. Signature pies include the barbecue chicken, which lassos the flavor of summer cookouts with barbecue sauce, red onion, and fresh cilantro ($20 for a large), and the West End, which sprinkles purple onions, black olives, and mushrooms upon a perfectly harmonized barbershop quartet of meats ($24 for a large). Patrons who prefer to build their own pizza ($15 for a large) slather sauces and toppings ($1.50 each) onto a light, hand-tossed Monopoly board, developing such properties as roma tomato railroads, alfredo avenues, jalapeño houses, and ritzy artichoke-heart hotels. Escorted by salad and garlic-knot groupies, the chicken or eggplant parmesan ($14), stuffed cheese ravioli ($13–$15), and lasagna ($14–$16) comprise the pasta VIP section—which, like the U.S. Chess Championship, garners the attention of ruthless paparazzi.
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    232 W Main St
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • Lairds Barbeque and Catering Service
    Enjoy finger-licking barbecue year-round at Lairds Barbeque and Catering Service in Llano. Low-fat and gluten-free options are featured on the menu. Don't stay cooped up on a beautiful summer day! At Lairds Barbeque and Catering Service, you can dine outdoors on their lovely patio. Whether you have a large or small group, Lairds Barbeque and Catering Service can accommodate both. Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code. If you're hoping to make a smashing impression at your next soiree, you can also have Lairds Barbeque and Catering Service cater for you. Or, take your grub to go. Drivers will embrace the parking lot located next door to Lairds Barbeque and Catering Service. Store your bike at one of the many racks outside of Lairds Barbeque and Catering Service. Super-savers will adore the low-prices at Lairds Barbeque and Catering Service, too — meals there usually cost less than $15.
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    1600 Ford St
    Llano, TX US
  • Bejas Grill and Cantina
    You won't be disappointed at Bejas Grill and Cantina in Fredericksburg, where well-prepared eats and delicious drinks rule the menu. Mindful eaters are advised to count calories a different day, as Bejas Grill and Cantina is without low-fat fare. Bejas Grill and Cantina's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal. Take the kids along too — Bejas Grill and Cantina is a great spot for families with food that even little ones will love. Bejas Grill and Cantina provides seasonal outdoor seating — be sure to grab a chair before it's too late. Bejas Grill and Cantina is completely informal — dress as you see fit (and are most comfortable). You can also grab your grub to go. At Bejas Grill and Cantina, diners should plan to park on the street. Make use of the luxurious bike racks at Bejas Grill and Cantina. Bejas Grill and Cantina is serving up five-star food at a reasonable price.
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    209 E Main St
    Fredericksburg, TX US
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