Granbury, Texas

Granbury isn’t the kind of place that you go for an all-night party, but you can expect relaxation, laid-back fun, and perhaps even some water sports to get your blood pumping!


Tiki Shack – This place was an unexpected delight. Driving into town, their tie-dyed pickup truck caught my eye. Stop in for delicious layered daiquiris with optional boozy floats and even extras like mini-champagnes or mini-beers. Don’t miss their tacos, snacks, and … of course … their jello shots. BONUS: you can get their daiquiris TO GO!

4518 E US Highway 377
(682) 936-4999
Open daily, 11am-9pm

Ketzler’s Schnitzel Haus and Biergarten – This charming, family-owned German eatery has been serving authentic eats and bites in Town Square for years. Don’t miss the schnitzel, brats, and their their Reibekuchen (potato pancakes). Relax with a brew in the beer garden and enjoy live music (when scheduled).

101 East Pearl Street (Town Square)

Poppin Bottles – This brand new chic wine bar was brought to us by Brooke and Matt, two high-powered professionals that decided Granbury needed a place to gather around a great bottle of wine—bubbly or otherwise. They know the meaning of true hospitality. Make sure to meet them if they’re in as they’re delightful humans.

2015 South Morgan Street, Suite 103
(682) 553-0075
Monday – Thursday, 4-9pm; Friday & Saturday, 4-10pm; Sunday, noon-6pm (always call if you think you’ll be there late … they tend to stay open!)

Stumpy’s Lakehouse – This marina-side restaurant is the perfect spot to enjoy some lake food and watch boats come and go and ducks swim around waiting for scraps. Make sure to try their flavored margaritas (they have, like, 12 flavors) and enjoy their self-serve chips and salsa.
They also have a cute lakeside shop and rent kayaks and other fun watersport gear.

2323 S Morgan Street
Tuesday – Sunday, 11am-9pm, CLOSED MONDAY

Christina’s Boutique Bistro – You need to know one thing about this place: they offer FREE MIMOSAS AT BRUNCH. This cute shop and restaurant have basics done well and it’s the perfect spot for brunch.

110 North Houston (Town Square)
Monday-Thursday, 10am-5:30pm; Friday & Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 11am-5:30pm

1890 – This higher-end eatery serves up flavorful steaks and the best cocktails in town. The restaurant’s decor is polished and minimal and allows the food to shine. Make sure to pop into the marketplace next door for quality olive oils and specialty spices.

115 E. Pearl Street (Town Square)
Tuesday – Thursday, 5:30-9pm; Friday & Saturday, 5:30-10pm
Opens at 4:30pm for cocktails

The Local – This outdoor eatery offers comfort food featuring local ingredients and great hospitality. It’s rumored that their burger is one you won’t soon forget.

211 Temple Hall Highway
(817) 559-5144
Thursday – Saturday, 11am-9pm


Meet the locals – Almost every weekend there is something going on in Granbury—from a German Oktoberfest to a quilting convention. See what’s going on while you’re there on their calendar of events.

Revolver Brewery Visit – You’ve at least tried one sip of one of Texas’s most popular local brews, Blood and Honey. Take a little jaunt to the brewery that created it.
Every Saturday Revolver Brewery opens its doors from noon-3pm. For $10, you’ll get access to the brewery, live music, and a large pint glass that will give you up to four generous tastings of their brews. (Arrive before 2pm to get your full allotment of tastings!) A brewer will lead a tour at 1:30pm. (They alway s have a food vendor on-site for snacks.)

Revolver Brewing
5650 Matlock Road (Granbury)

Rent a boat or jet ski

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