Eat and Drink

Browse by cities in Canada: Toronto | Ottawa | Vancouver | Calgary | Edmonton |
Browse by cities in USA: Atlanta | Orlando | Austin | Houston | Miami
Browse by cities in UK: London | Manchester | Liverpool | Newcastle | Leeds | Birmingham | Bristol | Glasgow | Edinburgh |

While there are many unique restaurants in Texas for your dining pleasure, have you ever dreamed of dining inside a treehouse? The Laurel Tree restaurant in Utopia, Texas, can make your dream come true!

This treehouse restaurant is only an hour and a half drive from San Antonio, making it the perfect day trip destination for lunch or key stopover for dinner during your next road trip.

Keep reading...Show less

There's no food a Texan is more defensive about than delicious barbecue, and one Texas city has proven to have the greatest in the entire country.

San Antonio, TX was named the "best BBQ city in the United States" out of 50 metros based on 2022 data that showed the town is full of affordable BBQ eateries and quality meats like brisket, a study done by real estate website Clever revealed.

Keep reading...Show less

Festivals make for the perfect weekend plan. Spending some time at music, wine, or beer events is definitely a way to leave the routine aside for a little bit and do something different, surrounded by an ambiance you won’t get at your neighborhood bar.

However, if you're looking to go more unconventional and attend a celebration that doesn’t involve wine all the time, then you might want to try the Texas Testicle Festival. Yes, it involves food, drinks... and testicles.

Keep reading...Show less

Texans are fortunate to live in a place where so many eateries serve food that's been described as "the best," like Round Rock’s giant donuts and different BBQ spots around the state.

There's one more eatery to add to the list. Food experts at TasteAtlas recently ranked the best brownies from bakeries around the world, and one Texas spot made the top 10.

Keep reading...Show less

The famous Texas-based grocery chain H-E-B is known for its state-of-the-art stores stocked full of all the house and food essentials you might need. They even have fun Lone Star State-themed items, too.

The beloved San Antonio-based company also regularly releases some pretty unique creations that even Texans find puzzling, like butter tortilla-scented candles and lemonade-flavored potato chips.

Keep reading...Show less