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Top Choice Mexican in Kerrville

Taco to Go

You can take your tacos to-go or eat inside this tiny joint beside Walgreens, but don't miss out on the excellent soft tacos – including breakfast tacos served all day – made with homemade tortillas and salsa. Frien…
Park in Kerrville

Louise Hays City Park

This 60-acre park may not be Kerrville's largest, but it's free and offers river access, shaded picnic tables, sports courts and barbecue pits. Also, as part of a $1.4 million renovation project completed in 2015, t…
Cafe in Kerrville

Hill Country Cafe

The waitress might just call you 'hon' at this tiny hole-in-the-wall diner near the historic district, which serves up hearty home cooking in heaped portions. You'll find just about everything you could want for bre…
American in Kerrville

Rails: A Cafe at the Depot

This warm and intimate cafe in the old train depot downtown is awfully pleasant. Make a lunch of panini or salad, or splurge a bit with the osso buco (a Milanese specialty of cross-cut veal shanks braised with veget…
American in Kerrville

Francisco's

Colorful, bright and airy, this bistro and sidewalk cafe is housed in an old limestone building in the historic district. It's packed at lunch, and is one of the swankiest places in town for a weekend dinner.
Museum in Kerrville

Museum of Western Art

This is a nonprofit showcase of Western Americana. The quality and detail of the work, mostly paintings and bronze sculptures, is astounding; all depict scenes of cowboy and Western life, the landscape or vignettes …
Park in Kerrville

Kerrville-Schreiner Park

Three miles southeast of town, this 517-acre park is a beautiful place for cycling, hiking, canoeing, tubing and camping. For lazy floats along the Guadalupe River, rent kayaks, canoes, paddle boards and inner tubes…
Music in Kerrville

Kerrville Folk Festival

The Quiet Valley Ranch turns up the volume each spring. This 18-day musical extravaganza starts right around Memorial Day and features music by national touring acts and local musicians. One-day tickets cost $20 to …
Arts Center in Kerrville

Hill Country Arts Foundation

Runs the Point Theater, which hosts performances year-round (on indoor and outdoor stages). Also the home of the concrete Stonehenge II.
Burgers in Kerrville

Classics Burgers & 'Moore'

This burger joint does have sort of a classic quality to it, and its burgers and fries blow the fast-food chains out of the water. Order at the register. Cash and local checks only.