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  • Best Sports Apparel
    Best Sports Apparel nurtures fandom far and wide with tees, jerseys, and accessories that flaunt all major-team insignias from more than five sport disciplines. Support the in-state Texans by sliding foam fingers through a screen-printed long-sleeve constructed tee by Reebok ($17.99), or cheer on the Cowboys with a team-colored Raglan shirt ($28.80), predistressed to suggest a well-aged passion for America?s team. The shop also features numerous jerseys for each football, basketball, baseball, and hockey squads, honoring the exploits of players past and present. Shop in-store to ensure a dapper fit or place an order online to have wares speedily delivered via the store manager's best Hail Mary toss.
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    206 Jack Nixon Road
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • Fischer and Wieser Specialty Foods
    From simple roots as a roadside peach stand in 1969, Fischer & Wieser Specialty Foods has grown into a gourmet-condiment authority by blending fresh ingredients into award-winning recipes. The 2010 NASFT sofi Award?winning Mom?s Spaghetti Sauce ($6 for 14 oz.) fuses fresh basil and whole cloves of garlic into a delectably seasoned tomato sauce, which begs eaters to pack a backup wedding dress in case the one they're wearing gets dirty. Unite rival sweet and spicy taste buds with complex flavors, such as the Spicy Sesame Stir Fry & Dipping Sauce ($9.95), winner of the 2011 Fiery Food Challenge for best consumer-ready Asian/stir-fry condiment, or the popular Original Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce ($9.95), a gluten-free gem that brings out the flavors in meat, chicken, and fish with sweetness backed by a smoky, spicy kick. Myriad salsas ($6.95) and jellies ($6.95) entertain houseguests, dripping from chips at parties or spreading across toast while guests settle their bed-and-breakfast bill. In order to thread their condiments around dietary restrictions, condiment chefs promise transparency with a nutritional guide spotlighting which of their products are gluten free, all natural, low sodium, or have no sugar added.
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    411 S Lincoln St
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • Chocolates El Rey
    Manufacturer of all natural, gourmet dark chocolate. Fairly traded, sourced directly from the grower in Venezuela. We've been a premium manufacturer of chocolate since the 1920's. Our chocolate is great for baking or snacking - and the darker blends are known to be good for you!
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    209 N Crockett St
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • Das Peach Haus
    Begun in 1969 as a roadside peach stand, we now sell over 100 products both in the US and internationally. Our products have won awards around the nation and world. We remain dedicated "To create farm fresh, unique food products that inspire people to enjoy and share the taste with others, & begin WOW culinary adventures.
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    1406 U.S. 87
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • Pocketful of Poseys
    Pocketful of Poseys' expert team of quilt-makers stocks its 4,000-square-foot store with everything from fabrics to books. Customers consult with friendly staff on their projects before browsing novelty, floral, and '70s-era prints or sip on cups of freshly made Cajun-style coffee. Quilters grab Dan Morris's checkered What's Cookin fabric ($9.99/yard) for decorating kitchens with new placemats and tablecloths, or they design bedspreads with Yellow Brick Road quilt patterns ($8.69 each) and pure-cotton batting for twin-sized quilts ($19.49). Eight-panel skirt patterns ($14.69) feature four different designs, fostering the creation of simple yet playful makeshift dresses, and a quick-trim ruler ($16.69) allows precise measuring of shapes such as circles, triangles, and Grover Cleveland's mustache.
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    311 E Highway St
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • Inwood Estates Vineyards Inc
    Dan Gatlin is a bona fide pioneer in the field of Texas winemaking. His father owned a chain of convenience and wine and spirits stores, which meant Dan was closely attuned to the rise of winemaking in California in the 1970s. In 1981, Dan took a shot at spurring the same type of enterprise in Texas, opening a small vineyard that would one day grow into the successful Inwood Estates Vineyards. Today the winery produces red and white wines that take advantage of Texas's distinctive terroir, or soil, to produce complex flavors.
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    10303 Highway 290
    Fredericksburg, TX US

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