Where to Wine and Dine
With an abundance of delicious dining spots, you’d have to stay awhile to really delve into the dining scene. For an upscale restaurant with an unpretentious feel, the Navajo Grill offers delicious fare with Southern, Mexican, and Caribbean flavors. Savor your meal with a glass of local Texas wine. Farm Haus Bistro on the Fredericksburg Herb Farm uses local produce in its menu for delightfully fresh dishes. Fredericksburg Brewing Company, the oldest brewpub in Texas, is a charming establishment with many refreshing beers on tap. Drop in for a pint, or stay for dinner and try one of their German-inspired dishes. West End Pizza Company is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week to satisfy all your cravings for Italian. From fresh pizzas to pasta topped with their homemade marinara, this family-friendly spot is a town favorite.
Finally, you can’t miss out on the incredible vineyards in the area. Wine tastings are a big draw along Highway 290, as this stretch of Texas is one of the fastest-growing wine-producing areas in the United States. Visitors will soon find that Fredericksbug is the epicenter of the Hill Country’s wine region and reveals a remarkable range of Cabernets, Malbecs, and Tempranillos served in state-of-the-art tasting rooms.
Fredericksburg is certainly worth your while. In fact, you’ll find that in this charming Southern town, almost any occasion is reason for celebration. Fredericksburg is home to more than 350 festivals and special events each year, offering visitors a variety of experiences year-round.