Home to an 1800s converted mercantile general store, this popular establishment features a menu of creative twists on traditional Southern favorites. This compound's sprawling layout includes several dining areas, including the original carriage house. Or you can grab a moonshine cocktail and relax by the fire pit on the covered outdoor patio. Start out with the signature "Corn Dog Shrimp" served with a unique honey mustard and a blueberry dipping sauce. Hungry patrons flock in for hearty meals like the chicken fried steak smothered in a chipotle cream gravy or the spicy green chile macaroni with corn bisque. Lighter options include sandwiches and dinner salads. But wait! There’s more! No Texas Hill Country dinner is properly concluded without a generous helping of banana cream pudding or white chocolate bread pudding.
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