Start off your culinary & wine tour of Granbury the right way….
Barking Rocks Winery is the perfect first or last stop on your Granbury culinary adventure. Call and arrange a special breakfast pairing, or catch the occasional live concert on weekend evenings. Next stop, Pemberton Cellars. Relax and enjoy this unique Texas vineyard, a family venture that was inspired by Napa Valley. By now, you might be ready for a snack. Take a leisurely drive to downtown Lipan, where you’ll find Eagle Mountain Farmhouse Cheese. This artisanal cheese shop is run by Dave Eagle, one of the top 5 cheese-makers in Texas. Sample and purchase his offerings while you watch the cheese-making process. Venture out to Bluff Dale Vineyards for a beautiful view and delicious vino. Call ahead to request hors d’oeuvres, or bring a picnic meal with you and take in the scenery. If snacks are not your style, check out Let’s Eat right in Bluff Dale, proper. Reservations are required, but we promise you won’t be disappointed by this famously unique dining experience. Fortified with food, you’ll want to discover D’Vine Wine back on the Granbury Square. This ferment-on-premise winery that would gladly give you a private tour! They frequently host evening events, including wine bottling parties. See a fabulously entertaining show at the newly renovated Granbury Opera House. Contact the Granbury Theatre Company box office ahead of time for show times and tickets.
Start off your day with a leisurely breakfast at one of Granbury’s cafés or coffee shops – two great options: Paradise Bistro or The Bake Shop, both located on the Granbury Square.Head over for the Noon brewery tour at Revolver Brewing. This event takes place every Saturday, rain or shine, and is a great opportunity to hear live music, sample delicious craft beers, and socialize. Afterwards, head towards the Square, on your way you’ll find a variety of antique shops on Pearl Street. Once you get to the Square, you’ll have to visit The Panhandle, which features gourmet kitchen tools, gifts, coffee, and even the occasional wine class. If the prior day’s revelry kept you from a performance at the Granbury Opera House, consider a matinee performance by the Granbury Theater Company. Then, enjoy an indulgent dinner at Eighteen Ninety, and don’t forget to stop into their wine tasting room and spice market downstairs.
YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS…
Award winning cheese maker utilizing milk from his own herd of Brown Swiss dairy cows.
A native Texan has joined the son of Italian immigrants and are combining “jeans and genes” to provide Lone Star grapes a path to achieve their highest calling.
Jeff Pemberton’s dream of crafting a vineyard began in Napa Valley, where the architect firm owner often built airplane hangars for large wineries.
Pairing-expert, Theresa Hayes knows what dishes best compliment her wines, but she’ll gladly tell you her wine is “best when sharing with a friend at about anytime.”
Grant Wood, once a senior brewmaster at Sam Adams, now brews his own craft concoctions here in Granbury at Revolver Brewery. With three bottled brews now being sold in stores, and tap handles around the DFW metroplex, Revolver Brewery is one of the fastest growing breweries in the state of Texas.
This retail store and winery is located right in the heart of historical Granbury, Texas. Whether you are new to wine or a seasoned connoisseur, D’Vine Wine’s mission is to create an inviting environment where visitors have a place to enjoy learning about wine and the wine process. Frequent events include bottling parties, corks & canvas art gatherings, “Music, Massage & Merlot”, and more!
Don’t let the white cinder-block exterior fool you, Chef Curren Dodds amazes customers with an intimate and elevated dining experience every weekend. One visit, and you’ll see why diners flock from near and far seeking out this culinary paradise.
Whether you plan to stay for dinner, or simply socialize over a cocktail, there’s no better option than this Granbury staple. Their delicious variety of menu options include everything from perfectly seared Chilean Sea Bass to a tender and traditional filet.
Wilfong’s, Bluff Dale
Funny name. Serious Cajun food. ‘Nuff said.
UNIQUE LODGING OPTIONS
What could be better than a romantic and luxurious bed & breakfast located above a restaurant and winery? Relax in a beautifully furnished room with a birds’ eye view of the Historic Granbury Square.
The award winning Inn on Lake Granbury is a full service lakefront inn and retreat, all within 2.5 blocks of dining, shopping, and entertainment on the Square. The Inn has 15 luxurious rooms to choose from, as well as many other amenities and custom packages.
During your stay at the historic Iron Horse Inn, originally built in 1905, you’ll want to find out more about the connection between this home and the Harlem renaissance! Oh, and you won’t want to miss the famous breakfast!