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A Slice of Texas History At Blue Bonnet Cafe

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A Slice of Texas History At Blue Bonnet Cafe

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His whole philosophy is that the restaurant is only as good as the people who work in it, and if they are happy, the customers will be happy. In the interview, Kemper said that the Cafe provides a retirement program and even health insurance – something to the tune of $120,000 a year. He said they close between Christmas and New Years so that employees with family in Mexico can go spend time with their loved ones. “We try to work on regular set weekly schedules where they can plan their life and get the schedule to where it works for them, not just for the Blue Bonnet,” Kemper said in the interview.

A Slice of Texas History At Blue Bonnet Cafe

Photo: Blue Bonnet Cafe

In our modern age of fast food, instant start-ups, and profit-focused businesses, the Blue Bonnet Cafe provides not only a great meal but a real change of pace. The Cafe is a stone’s throw away from the river, the servers are happy to be there, and the food tastes like your grandma made it (provided she’s a good cook).

Stop by Marble Falls and enjoy the extra flavor that a casual, friendly atmosphere can add to your food.

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