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Holidays in the Hill Country: Llano

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Holidays in the Hill Country Llano

By Spring Sault

Food and the holidays go hand-in-hand, and from comfort to finger, the simple paring of food with great friends, family, and perhaps a toast to a new year, will whet your appetite in Llano. Known as ‘the deer capital of Texas’ and located along its namesake river, the town of Llano has a colorful history spanning nearly one hundred and sixty years, and as a Hill Country gem in the Highland Lakes tourist area, it’s also recognized as a beautiful recreation setting for holidaymakers.

Llano can boast to some of the best restaurants in the state of Texas ranging from country cooking to world-class barbeque, as well as Mexican, Chinese, and all tastes in between! However great cuisine isn’t the only thing the town can be proud of. Enjoyment here over the holiday season isn’t hard to come by whether you’re walking a most beautifully-lit Christmas walkway with a steaming cup of hot chocolate, or taking the family to the market for a day of local shopping.

These are the Holidays in the Texas Hill Country – Llano:

1. Things to Do

Holidays in the Hill Country Llano


The Llano Woman’s Culture Club’s annual Holiday Home Tour will be taking place at several homes in the town of Llano and surrounding area this year. Llano not only has several registered historical buildings (such as Badu Building, Llano County Courthouse and Red Top Jail, as well as the Southern Hotel) but is also home to many period houses through which this tour features their unique holiday décor blended seamlessly with their era of architecture. Local homeowners take pride in welcoming you, as a holiday décor and period design enthusiast. Tickets for the tour can be purchased at the Llano Chamber of Commerce and tour maps are available from the Woman’s Culture Club on West Sandstone. If you would like more information, please call 325-247-5354.

2. The Shopping

Holidays in the Hill Country Llano
Photo: Texas Grapes (Pintrest)

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