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October 15, 2012


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We lived in San Antonio when I was growing up, but we stabled my horse in Boerne so I was out there every day. I miss it, such a pretty little town! There was this cheap little hole in the wall Mexican place we ate at all the time, and I can't for the life of me remember the name. Margarita something?

Parker Britt

It's always nice to sit on the patio with a pint (or a sampler!) and dip everything I can get my hands on into their cranberry mustard.


As a Boerne native (though I don't visit as often as I should anymore), I recommend the Boerne Vistro - German and Italian food. Bumdoodler's is great for sandwiches and cheesecake. And Bear Moon Bakery is where I worked off and on as a teenager; can't recommend it enough - the owner is an amazing chef and a family friend.


The little hole-in-the-wall Mexican place Kate mentioned now has a number of competitors. There was a restaurant named Margarita's, but it is now El Rio. Other similar restaurants include Mague's, Lorinita's, Yoli's, and Mama Lisita's, to name a few. Rumor has it that Little Gretel's does a great brunch, but I haven't been there yet. It is just hard to beat Bear Moon Bakery!

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