Goerke's Country Tavern serves American-style cuisine in the middle of Marion's Santa Clara district.
Diners are expected to enjoy their meal to the fullest, so items low in fat are not available.
If you're having a party, no need to stress out about cooking, cleaning or getting tables and chairs, have your party at Goerke's Country Tavern instead.
Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code.
Goerke's Country Tavern prides itself in its delicious catering.
At Goerke's Country Tavern, you can easily find parking in the lot next door.
Cheap meals don't have to lack flavor as shown by the innovative dishes coming out of Goerke's Country Tavern's kitchen.
Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Goerke's Country Tavern serves up all three meals.
The interiors of The Lion & Rose pubs emulate the convivial atmosphere of British and Irish settings, with each corner of the restaurant ornamented with vintage wall sconces and handmade wood decor. The draught list overflows with imported pints such as Boddingtons and Smithwick's, while the menu includes unusual specialties such as chips and curry alongside shepherd's pie and bangers, mash, and beans. As befits a sports bar, locations boast plasma TVs tuned to the biggest games as well as dartboards where friends can challenge one another.
On a regular day in New Braunfels, groups of 16 people can be seen pedaling down the street, perhaps drinking beer as they go. They aren't a crowd of irresponsible cyclists: rather, they're passengers on the PubCrawler of New Braunfels. With seating for a driver, 10 pedaling riders, and 5 other passengers on a rear bench, the pedal-powered bus rumbles along at leisurely speeds of up 5 miles per hour.
Though it's been used for events ranging from bachelorette parties to parades, the PubCrawler—true to its name—most often wheels out for pub crawls. For these outings, the bike embarks along scenic areas such as the historic Town Square, pausing only for drinks at up to three pubs. All rides are BYOB, but passengers are required to bring only glass-free containers, such as cans or an entire fermentation tank. On-board taps with ball or pin-lock connections also allow riders to tap into their own pony kegs.
Nestled in the frondescence of a quaint pecan grove, Oma Gruene's Secret Garten welcomes diners to enjoy savory sandwiches and German specialties and absorb a festive garden ambience. Dining duos will kick-start meals with chips and salsa (a $4 value), a heaping pile of corn chips adorned with a spicy homemade salsa. Next, entrees can be chosen from a straightforward menu stocked with local ingredients, such as sausage from a neighborhood smokehouse showcased on the bratwurst plate (a $7.95 value) or in a kraut dog (a $6.95 value). Culinary architects erect turkey-and-swiss sandwiches (a $6.95 value) atop foundations of marble-rye bread, and a Reuben (a $6.95 value) demonstrates the dexterity of corned beef by getting served warm, cold, or mid-handspring. Sweet-teethed twosomes can finish feasts with palatable scoops of Blue Bell ice cream, and then wash down bites with a sweet soda deluge before using empty cups as maracas during impromptu limbo challenges.
Chow down on all of your pub favorites at Calahan's Pub.
Those looking to shed a few extra pounds are advised to put their diet on hold, as Calahan's Pub serves anything but a low-fat menu.
Score quick and easy seating for your large group at Calahan's Pub.
The restaurant can get tied up on the weekends, so allow yourself time to wait for a table.
You can also grab your food to go.
Diners at Calahan's Pub will love the simple and nearby street parking options.
With tabs typically staying under $15, your wallet (and your stomach) will be happy with a trip to Calahan's Pub.
Morning, noon, or night, you can head on over to Calahan's Pub since they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Billy’s Ice slings cold drinks and no-frills fare in a casual, open-air atmosphere infused with the notes of live musicians every night of the week. Diners fuel up for shows—which never charge a cover for patrons 21 and older—with Billy’s burgers, served simply without unnecessary accouterments such as caviar or gold-infused mustard. A selection of appetizers includes favorites such as chicken wings and jalapeño poppers. Within the barn-style building and spacious open-air patio, revelers grab a bite, sip libations from the full bar, or gaze at the spot on the moon where Neil Armstrong first body-slammed Buzz Aldrin. Billy's slings eats from 4 p.m. to midnight Monday–Thursday, noon to midnight on Friday and Sunday, and noon to 1 a.m. on Saturday.