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Where to Eat at the Round Top Antiques Show

Mar 12, 2020 | Round Top Antiques Show , Round Top Dining , Round Top FYI

There are so many things to love about the Round Top Antiques Show – getting together with friends and family to explore Round Top, hunting for the perfect antique finds and having a blast in the sunny Texas countryside. But if you’re anything like us, the delicious food is one of the top experiences on your list. Round Top is known for its unique dining options, both fine and casual alike. And although our community is small, they pull out all the stops during the Antiques Show for the thousands of visitors that flock to our town for the treasure-hunting experience of a lifetime.

Local Restaurants

Most of the restaurants in Round Top have special hours during the show to accommodate the large crowds that show up in town, as feeding all our visitors poses a unique challenge. In some cases, reservations are recommended. Royers Café, famous for its country comfort food and pie, takes reservations for dinner only, so make sure to grab a seat there early. Reservations are also advisable for The Garden Co. Feed & Firewater – you won’t want to miss their fresh and filling farm-to-table concept. Restaurants like Mandito’s Tex-Mex and Lulu’s Italian have been known to offer special menus just for the show to streamline the dining experience, and Round Top’s newest burger joint Popi Burger will offer special show hours to accommodate the high demand for their mouthwatering burgers. If you choose to dine in town, you’ll be enjoying Round Top’s finest with an Antiques Show twist.

Antiques Show-Only Dining

It wouldn’t be the Round Top Antiques Show without the unique dining experiences you can only have during the show. Each year, Rancho Pillow hosts “Feasts in the Field,” a celebration of food and community that takes place under the stars. This year’s feasts take place on March 30 and 31. Mclaren’s Antiques and Interiors has been known to host high tea and dinner events on their iconic double-decker bus. And if you’re hanging around the many antique venues, you’ll find a whole host of food trucks and on-site food vendors. As with antiquing itself, you’ll find the best food just by exploring the show as much as you can!

For more on where to eat in Round Top and contact information for our restaurants, visit our Dine page. Happy hunting!

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