New Braunfels: A Visit to ‘Where the Old Country Meets the Hill Country’

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“Welcome!” “Willkommen!” and “Howdy!” are three things you can expect to hear upon visiting New Braunfels, set deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. German settlers founded the town in 1845. Those pioneers held strong ties to one another as new immigrants and maintained their heritage throughout the decades. Today’s New Braunfels residents are happy to have guests in their thriving part of the Lone Star State – a place where history and tradition meet prosperity, growth, and happiness.

No matter the verbiage, the pleasure of the New Braunfels style of hospitality is one afforded to all visitors.  Take a trip to this Hill Country town for great dining, excellent atmosphere, live music, and plenty of historical depth and detail. The shopping is most definitely nothing to sneeze at either!

New Braunfels: A Visit to ‘Where the Old Country Meets the Hill Country’

Photo: Facebook/In New Braunfels

New Braunfels is distinguishable from all other vacation destinations by its superb dining selections, which will entice your taste buds before you can even sit down to read the menu. Those who appreciate excellent food and beverages won’t leave town on an empty stomach, nor without quenching their thirst, with the variety of restaurant options and drink pairings. At the forefront, of course, is the authentic German cuisine (most definitely a local specialty), followed closely by great Texas barbecue, authentic Mexican, delicious homemade pizza, wonderful southern comfort food, and tasty café food fare. New Braunfels’ restaurant selection definitely won’t disappoint.

New Braunfels: A Visit to ‘Where the Old Country Meets the Hill Country’

Photo: Facebook/Alpine House Restaurant

Alpine Haus specializes in the heritage dishes you’ll certainly want to try on a trip to New Braunfels. This upscale eatery serves scratch-made German food complete with a wine and beer garden, all in the charming setting of a historic part of town. In addition, Los Gallos Taco House has nothing but excellent online customer reviews. This taco house features phenomenal serving sizes of your choice of authentic homemade cuisine, ranging from hearty breakfast selections (both Mexican and American) to traditional lunch and dinner offerings that will soothe the savage, hangry vacationer looking for sustenance! You can’t forget Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que, offering that mouth-watering, delicious Texas delicacy done low and slow, just how we like it. And that’s not to mention the amazing plethora of sides you’ll have a hard time choosing from! The variety of eateries is on par with the excellent selection of breweries (Faust, New Braunfels, and the Guadalupe Brewing Company) and wine producers (Dry Comal Creek Vineyards, La Cruz de Comal, and Blue Lotus Winery). Foodies and connoisseurs won’t have difficulty in gratifying their appetites or slaking their thirst in New Braunfels!

New Braunfels: A Visit to ‘Where the Old Country Meets the Hill Country’
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