Destinations For Foodies

Before moving forward, it is important to know what exactly constitutes the Texas Hill Country, considering most people would never really associate hills with Texas. The area covers 21 counties (either fully or partially) in the central to central-western part of the state. Vegetation varies from prickly pear cactus & Texas live oak, and yes, there are rugged hills in the terrain. The Texas Hill Country is made up of the Edwards Plateau region. Elevations on the land can range from about 100 feet to over 3,000 feet above sea level.

Needless to say, the area is unique in its diversity, but this, in turn, means that the residents of the region are also diverse based on where they find themselves the most comfortable. This comfort is found in the food that is available in the area, and it’s here that the fervent foodie nation finds itself flocking to as often as possible.

If you happen to be a foodie that’s not in the know yet, or perhaps you’re just someone who likes good food & road-trips, here are five food destinations in the Texas Hill Country you need to experience:

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