Spring break is right around the corner! Goodtaste has you covered with some quick and creative getaway ideas. If you’re looking for something cool to drink poolside check out Rio Blanco Pale Ale from my friends at Real Ale Brewing Co. in Blanco, Texas or pop the cork on Girard’s Sauvignon Blanc. Crisp, citrusy and definitely up my alley for fun in the sun! Plus, I’ve got some quick and easy getaway ideas….
Even though our beloved Cowboys or Texans didn’t make it to the Super Bowl, chances are we’ll all take in some of Sunday’s game…even if it’s just to see Madonna’s half-time performance. If you’re tired of hot wings, queso and the usual Super Bowl snacks, I’ve got some delicious alternatives like a warm brie with a caramel agave topping for starters.
Gruene – WineFall into Gruene this time of year! This historic district is your one-stop locale for cool weather fun, food and live entertainment seven days a week. There’s a little bit of everything to be found in this quaint Hill Country community, so remember your appetites!
Historic Gruene, TX truly embodies the small-town Texan spirit: scenic views, incredible food and live music 7 nights a week! And don’t think that the Grapevine Texas Wine Bar is out to prove anything different…
This is truly history in the making for the historic Gruene, Texas. October 2011 marks the 25th anniversary of the annual Gruene Music & Wine Fest held right in our own backyard! Located just off the banks of the Guadalupe River, this rockin’ four-day celebration is a fantastic opportunity for you and your family to come and enjoy the sights and sounds of small town Texas culture, up close and personal.
This weekend, marks the one year anniversary of a fun restaurant just down the street from historic Gruene. It’s hard to believe, but the Gruene Door Restaurant opened its doors one year ago. Time flies! To celebrate, the entire main street of Gruene Lake Village, will host a street dance to benefit the non-profit organization […]
This delicious lemony delight was voted one of San Antonio’s TOP TEN desserts in the San Antonio Express News. The Gruene Door next door to historic Gruene in New Braunfels is a wonderful restaurant with some really nice folks like the pastry chef who agreed to share her award winning recipe with you.
Learning about wine doesn’t have to be intimidating or stuffy – just ask anyone who’s ever been to one of Master Sommelier Guy Stout’s classes. Guy is hosting a wine pairing dinner at the new Gruene Door restaurant Thursday night, Dec. 17 in Gruene, Tx. Guy is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to […]
There’s a delightful new restaurant in Gruene, Texas…actually just down the road from historic Gruene—The Gruene Door. The food is wonderful! And yes, they have a nice wine list too. Check out the beautiful glazed salmon they prepared for us.
Once a month Texas oldest dancehall, Gruene Hall, puts on a show like no other. This popular two-stepping, toe-tapping hangout is the place to be the second Sunday of each month for its Gospel Brunch.
What a great time of year to visit Gruene, TX just outside of New Braunfels on the Guadalupe River. Whether you’re hungry after a fun day on the river or if you’ve got a large group of people and want a great place to hang for a few hours, head to the Gristmill Restaurant.
Any time of year is a good time to go to Gruene, Texas…but summertime is perfect for enjoying the river, flip-flops and good food with ice cold beer.
I absolutely love Mozie’s, the new restaurant in Gruene, Texas. Pat Molak and the gang did an incredible job restoring this 100+ year old building. And the food is delicious. It’s hard to choose between the decadently, deliciously greasy sliders and the fresh chicken salad — then there are those amazing little ribs.
There’s a new place in Gruene…ya gotta check out. It’s Mozies’ bar and grill. The building dates back to 1903 – a lot’s changed but a lot hasn’t – original floors, windows, walls… but wait till you see the incredibly loooong bar!
Any time of year is a good time to go to Gruene, TX… just outside of New Braunfels on the Guadalupe River. The charming town has its own wine bar, antiques store, Texas oldest dancehall and so much more.