Refueling is necessary after a fun day in the Highland Lakes. Locals and visitors come together in area restaurants, cafes, diners, and watering holes to share food, drink, and stories. From Llano to Spicewood, and everywhere in-between — such as Horseshoe Bay, Burnet, and Marble Falls — you’ll find plenty of places in which to eat and drink.
World-famous landmarks such as Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que in Llano and the Blue Bonnet Cafe in Marble Falls are often first stops for visitors. After that, explore everything from Italian to seafood, fast food to fine dining.
Along with great restaurants, the Highland Lakes features plenty of fine places to taste beer, wine, or distilled spirits.
The growing Highland Lakes beer scene attracts beer lovers to breweries that focus on American, German, and Belgian styles of beer.
The Texas Hill Country rivals Napa Valley in terms of vineyards and wineries. You’ll find several world-class wines while on a wine tour of the Highland Lakes. August is the perfect time for a grape stomp, followed by a jump in the lake of your choice.
You’ll even find distilleries in the Highland Lakes producing spirits such as gin, bourbon, whiskey, and grappa.
We’ll also help you find a hot cup of coffee or a soothing tea. Morning or evening, Highland Lakes coffee and tea shops are ready to serve you.
Now matter what you’re looking for — a restaurant for the family or a happy hour hangout — let the Highland Lakes Eat and Drink guide be your directory. Restaurants, breweries, and wineries are listed by category on this webpage, whether you’re viewing it on your laptop, computer, tablet, or smartphone. Save favorites with the “Save to Favorites” heart, email details to plan a joint adventure, and load the stops onto your digital calendar. Make a call with the touch of a finger and find a destination on the map.
After that, all you have left to do is visit your next destination! That’s how to find the best places to eat and drink, all on 101 Highland Lakes Eat & Drink Guide.