Couple's love of tacos and each other lead to Mi Amor Tacos late-night food truck.
Saturday night he rocked the backyard stage at Brock’s Food & Drink in Acton as children chased chickens and their parents swigged ice cold beer arriving to tables by the buckets. They came to see the Texas legend and the Sons of the Bunkhouse Band to help James and Jan Brock mark the one year anniversary of their honky-tonk and smokehouse.
Street tacos, Mexican street corn (elote) cups and hand-ground brisket burgers are all popular staples at Firefly Grilling Co., a new pop-up food venue that’s been making the rounds recently at Silver Saddle Saloon and Revolver Brewing in Granbury, Texas.
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James Brock wanted to buy Brock's Food and Drink for his son to take over. Instead he has built a bar and smokehouse that is true to its name — Brock’s omnipresence and culinary reputation: “We slow cook everything. I mean, every day, all day and all night long. We’ll do in this little restaurant over 100 tons of meat on that smoker this year.”
Lauri and Bill Rousseau of Tolar took a risk opening a restaurant during a pandemic - but it has paid off.
Paul and Annie Uselton's backyard Pirates Cove Music venue in Granbury, Texas serves up professional entertainers along with potluck feasts and friendship.
Captain Kirk's Tiki Cruises and Mesquite Pit restaurant in Granbury, Texas go together like a steak and baked potato, or a pontoon boat and tourists.
The Granbury Regional Airport in Granbury, Texas plans April Fly-in Breakfast fundraiser.
Maria Uriostegui serves up recipes featuring flavors from her native Geurrero, Mexico.
If all-you-can-eat jumbo mud bugs from Lafayette and dancing to live bands under a springtime sky sounds like a fun way to spend a Saturday, mark your calendar for April 17th.
Ketzler’s Schnitzel Haus and Biergarten, Granbury’s traditional German restaurant, will be opening in a new location in March — also on the square — at 201 E. Pearl St.
Marvin Karki has come a long way since that time when, as a young man new to this country, he told a customer at the diner he co-owned that the cook would not be able to prepare him a cheeseburger.
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