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MAY 2017 Vol. 4 Issue 5

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Aledo, Granbury, Glen Rose, Springtown, Weatherford and surrounding areas...


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AS TEX Cultural & Entertainment magazine Film JIVE - Show Biz 6, Brazos Drive In, City Lights, and Film Alley.


Listing of all local and surrounding art gallerys and Museums.


Shopping Local Makes Everyone Feel Good!


Granbury Theatre Company, Big City Music Revue, Theatre off the Square and Texas Opry live local theatre!


From Springtown all the way down to Hico, we have events to keep the whole family happy! Check out our activities and calendar!


Want to know what’s happening today, 5 pages of FUN, check it out!


Full listing of local live music venues and events.


Hungry? We have a full list of local restaurants, bars, coffee shops...!

Vol. 4 Issue 5 • May 2017



It’s almost Mother’s Day, what fills your mom’s heart, a new cookbook, shopping, art, jewelry?



The Sounds Of The 60’s, Walk Like A Man, A Few Good Men, The Taming of the Shrew - Heritage Park Amphitheater, Dilemmas With Dinner, Whispering Bill Anderson , Joseph Hall (Elvis Tribute), The KING OF COUNTRY MUSIC



Memorial Day Weekend Crusin’ Granbury Festival, 14th Annual Texas Steak Cookoff, Aledo First Friday and Fireworks Extravaganza!


Cruisin’ Granbury Elvis Contestants Jeff Mew, and Victor Trevino Jr.



Over 15 Live Music Venues in our area! Rock, Country, Jazz or Blues, someone is playing the music you like! Don’t forget about Two Steppin’ Tuesday’s Dance Night!

Photos by Shad Ramsey

FREE Copies of our magazine are available at the following Chambers of Commerce, and local businesses!

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Wonderful May – Everybody’s Got the Fever! It’s spring fever.... You don’t quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so! - Mark Twain What is this feeling? Not altogether unpleasant but certainly undeniable. We’ve caught it like a cold and there is biological proof that spring fever symptoms really do exist! We don’t have an actual fever and it’s not going to put us to bed for a week but human beings experience a surge of energy in spring due to an increase in sunlight. The change in daylight triggers a change in the amounts of hormones our brains produce and that, along with an altered amount of melatonin, contribute to this strange phenomenon we call spring fever. You’re eating lighter meals, you’re sleeping less, you can’t seem to stop smiling, quite suddenly you feel the need to exercise and clean house…it’s a real thing folks! For most of us it’s a welcome sickness that contributes to an overall sense of well-being. I don’t know about you but anything that urges me to get off the sofa and move around is a plus in my book.

all white table settings. Each participant brings their own setup including tables, chairs or a picnic blanket, food and beverages. If you prefer not to cook yourself, you can order food to go in advance from one of the partnering local restaurants on the Downtown Square. Held on the Langdon Center lawn, you can dine and dance amid art and the stars. Later in the month Granbury hosts its annual tribute to all things 50’s when it kicks off Memorial Day Weekend with Cruisin’ Granbury. This popular festival features hot rods, food, entertainment, shopping and, best of all, Elvis! The three-day event ends with a Memorial Day Tribute to the men and women who have given their lives in the defense of our country.

If you’re looking for something to use up a little of that excess energy this spring our activities pages are just chock full of festivals and events that are sure to help with that. Saturday, May 13th the Dora Lee Langdon Center in Granbury is the site for the Granbury Arts Alliance’s Dinner in White (Spring Edition). This Mother’s Day weekend event is their second pop-up picnic modeled after an event that began in Paris in 1988 and has since become an international sensation. It’s an outdoor dinner attended in elegant, all white attire, with

Friday, May 12th is National Public Gardens Day. Clark Gardens in Weatherford celebrates with a day full of gardening activities including: an art in nature exhibit, a bee hive exhibit, Vermi composting, a butterfly educational exhibit, a presentation on attracting native pollinators to your garden, and a Zentangle Class that teaches you how to create beautiful works of art with ink on small paper tiles. Make plans to attend one, or maybe all, of the many entertaining and educational events offered by our community this month. After all, making beautiful memories is always more fulfilling than cleaning house!

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May Starts with Marvel Friday, May fifth, brings us one of the most anticipated films of the year, “Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2”. For those of you who don’t already know, “Guardians of the Galaxy” is based on a Marvel comic first published in 1969. Volume One was a hit, earning over seven hundred and seventy million worldwide. Volume Two will address the questions set up in Volume One about Peter Quill’s (Chris Pratt) biological father. Friday, May twelfth, begins with “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” starring Charlie Hunnam, who you may recognize from “Sons of Anarchy”, playing the iconic Arthur. For those more interested in comedy, “Snatched” is a perfect movie for Mother’s Day, starring Amy Schumer as Emily Middleton, a dreamer who persuades her careful mother Linda (Goldie Hawn) to travel with her on an exotic vacation where misfortune and hilarity ensue. Lastly, this Friday, is “Lowriders” a drama set in LA about a young graffiti artist who uses his talent to help his family’s prize winning, classic car painting business. Friday, May nineteenth, bursts in with “Alien: Covenant”. Ridley Scott returns to the universe he created in the second chapter of a prequel trilogy that began with “Prometheus”. It’s possible that “Everything, everything” will be the tear jerker of the month about a teen with severe immunodeficiency who decides she wants to date the boy next door. “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul” is the fourth installment in the ongoing series of “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” movies. This time we are taking a road trip to attend Me maw’s 90th birthday party. Thursday, May twenty-fifth welcomes back the old classic “Baywatch” in which Mitch Buchannon (Dwayne Johnson), an experienced lifeguard, butts heads with a brash new recruit played by (Zach Effron). When Mitch begins to believe his beloved bay is in danger his team will come together to save it. This movie should have a similar tone to recent action comedies like “Twenty-One Jump Street”. This movie will also feature the return of Pamela Anderson to the series. Friday, May twenty-sixth sails into theatres with “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”. Johnny Depp returns in his iconic role of Captain Jack Sparrow with Orlando Bloom resurfacing as Will Turner but with a new adversary, Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem), who is determined to kill every pirate at sea to escape from the Devil’s Triangle. Captain Jack’s only hope will be to seek out the legendary trident of Poseidon; which in mythology bestows power and control over the seas. A little trivia for the month: the “Pirates of the Caribbean” films have earned over 3.7 billion worldwide. Most recently, “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” earned over a billion dollars alone. So, it will be interesting to see whether “Guardians of the Galaxy” or “Pirates of the Caribbean” will be the number one box office sensation this month. By Wyatt Nantz

VISIT OUR LOCAL MOVIE THEATERS scan qr code for show listings and tickets!

ShowBiz 6 - Granbury

1201 Waters Edge Dr. | (817) 573-6684

Brazos Drive-In - Granbury

1800 W. Pearl St. | (817) 573-1311

City Lights - Hudson Oaks

1000 Cinema Dr. | (817) 341-3232

Film Alley - Weatherford

24 bowling lanes, sports bar and grille 902 Washington Dr. | (817) 766-7808



art, History and culture Whether you are seeking the inner artist inside, an addition to your home, or observing to feed your soul, we have the place for you.



Artefactz 120 N. Houston Street | (817) 573-9446 | Granbury Doll House Museum 421 E. Bridge Street | (817) 894-5194 Lake Granbury Art Association 224 N Travis Street | (817) 579-7656 | Langdon Center Art Gallery 308 E. Pearl Street | (817) 279-1164 The Old Jail Museum 208 N. Crockett Street | (817) 573-5135 Your Private Collection 106 N. Houston | (817) 579-7733 |

GLEN ROSE Barnard’s Mill Art Museum 307 SW Barnard Street | (254) 897-7494 | Somervell County Museum 101 Vernon Street | (254) 898-0640 White Buffalo Gallery 200 SW Barnard St. | (254) 897-1988

SPRINGTOWN Legends Museum 839 N. Main Street | (817) 523-5939

WEATHERFORD Firehouse Art Center & Gallery 119 Palo Pinto St. | (817) 599-3278 | Museum of the Americas 216 Fort Worth Highway | (817) 341-8668 National Vietnam War Museum 12685 Mineral Wells Highway | (940) 325-4003 Stone Creek Fine Arts 114 Russell Court | (817) 599-6757 | Open by Appointment Doss Heritage and Culture Center 1400 Texas Drive | (817) 599-6168 |

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shopping local

makes everyone feel good! you can even get your mom that perfect, one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry designed and created by Cynthia James. Pickadilly Boutique on Houston has clothes, hats, accessories and fudge. Yes, fudge, in amazing flavors. Taste until you find your favorite. For that special treat, stop by Mary Jayne’s Candies and take your mom back to her childhood with a Cherry Mash, a Big Hunk or an Astro Pop or any one of their specialty truffles or make it a box of truffles. It’s okay, it’s for your mom.

“A mother is the one who fills your heart in the first place.”


-Amy Tan, Saving Fish From Drowning It’s almost Mother’s Day, what fills your mom’s heart, a new cookbook, shopping, art, wine, coffee or maybe sweets. Well, there is something to make every mother’s heart swoon this Mother’s Day.

Red on the Square is for the mom who is shopping for high-end women’s fashions at affordable prices. They also have the Brighton line of handbags, jewelry and accessories.

Girl’s Night Out on the Square is Mother’s Day Weekend, Saturday, May 13th from 5-8 p.m. with 13 participating merchants where mom can shop, sip, nibble and save. Afterwards if your mom likes the spooky side of life there is the Ghost and Legends Tour at 7 pm. If she is a music fan, the Big City Music Revue for the Sounds of the 60’s will be hopping.

If quilting/sewing/ scrapbooking and other crafty endeavors is your mom’s favorite past time, stop in at Patti’s Retreat Center for gift certificates, supplies, classes, projects and more.

The Pan Handle is where mom can find that perfect cookbook, a Krups coffee grinder or an infusion iced tea/coffee maker. Artefactz has all the art forms your mom could hope to find in one place. There

Start the day off right with a great brunch at one of several restaurants, cafes and eateries that will be honoring mom on Sunday, May 14th, Mother’s Day.

Photos by Shad Ramsey

There really is no end to the surprises and gifts you can give your mom, and let’s face it, after all the clay pots, and finger paintings you gave her she would love just about anything you give, but the most precious gift of all is your time. Let her know how much she means to you by spending the day, or the weekend. Take it from this mom, spending time with my daughters is priceless. By Marie Valden

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theatre Big City Music Revue @ Granbury Live Theater Presenting the latest Sean Mitchell Production, The Sounds Of The 60’s - May 13th & 27th

The Sweet Sounds Of Soul - June 10th & 24th For ticket purchases, please feel free to call or our “Box Office Voice Mail” @ (855) 823-5550, or Email us @ You can purchase tickets online @


Granbury Theatre Company Walk Like A Man - A Salute to Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons Tribute Band - May 5, 2017 - May 7, 2017 A Few Good Men - May 12 - 28, 2017 Summer Camps: June 5 - August 4

FOR Tickets call: (817) 579-0952 Or visit:

THEATRE OFF THE SQUARE WEATHERFORD The Taming of the Shrew - May 6th

by William Shakespeare A Shakespeare in the Park Production *Heritage Park Amphitheater

Dilemmas With Dinner - May 26th-June 11th SUMMER KID’S THEATRE CAMP starting June 12 AUDITIONS - Rapunzel & Hyronomous A. Frog

For tickets call - 817-341-8687 Or visit:

THE TEXAS OPRY THEATER WEATHERFORD Whispering Bill Anderson with Mo and Holly Pitney May 20th @ 3pm Joseph Hall (Elvis Tribute) May 27th @ 7pm The KING OF COUNTRY MUSIC George Strait by Derek Spence June 3rd @ 7pm FOR TICKETS CALL - 817-341-1000 Or visit: 8 - My Hometowns Texas Cultural & Entertainment Magazine

healthy me now! A Beginners Guide to Yoga The word yoga, from the Sanskrit word yuj means to yoke or bind and is often interpreted as “union” or a method of discipline. A male who practices yoga is called a yogi, a female practitioner, a yogini.

Yoga is not a religion. It is a philosophy that began in India an estimated 5,000 years ago. The father of the

classical eight-limbed path, is said to be Patanjali, who wrote the Yoga Sutra. These writings provide a framework for spiritual growth and mastery over the physical and mental body. Yoga sometimes interweaves other philosophies such as Hinduism or Buddhism, but it is not necessary to study those paths in order to practice or study yoga, nor is it necessary to change any of your religious beliefs.

Patanjali is believed to

have collated the practice of yoga into the Yoga Sutra an estimated 2,000 years ago. The Sutra is a collection of 195 statements that serves as a philosophical guidebook. It also outlines eight limbs of yoga: the Yamas (restraints), Niyamas (observances), Asana (postures), Pranayama (breathing), Pratyahara (withdrawal of senses), Dharana (concentration), Dhyani (meditation), and Samadhi (absorption). As we explore these eight limbs, we begin to refine our behavior in the outer world, and then we focus inwardly until we reach Samadhi (liberation, enlightenment). Most gym oriented yoga practices are focused on the third limb, asana, which is a

program of physical postures designed to purify the body and provide the physical strength and stamina required for long periods of meditation. For a more indepth yoga experience consider attending a yoga studio.

Hatha Yoga refers to a set of

asanas or postures, and sequences of asanas, designed to align your skin, muscles, and bones. The postures are also designed to open the many channels of the body—especially the main channel, the spine—so that energy can flow freely. Hatha is translated as ha meaning “sun” and tha meaning “moon.” This refers to the balance of masculine aspects—active, hot, sun—and feminine aspects— receptive, cool, moon—within all of us. Hatha yoga is a path toward creating balance and uniting opposites. In our physical bodies we develop a balance of strength and flexibility. We also learn to balance our effort and surrender in each pose.

each of us. The gesture is an acknowledgment of the soul in one by the soul in another.

Not Flexible? You are a perfect candidate for yoga. Many people think that they need to be flexible to begin yoga, but that’s a little bit like thinking that you need to be able to play golf in order to take golf lessons. Come as you are and you will find that yoga practice will help you become more flexible. All you really need to begin practicing yoga is your body, your mind, and a bit of curiosity. But it is also helpful to have a pair of yoga pants, or shorts, and a t-shirt that’s not too baggy. No special footgear is required because you will be barefoot. It may be helpful to bring water to class with you, but you should refrain from eating a large meal 2-3 hours before class. As your practice develops you might want to buy your own yoga mat, but most studios will have mats and other props available for you.

Yoga is a powerful tool for self-transformation. It asks us to bring our attention to our breath, which helps us to still the fluctuations of the mind and be more present in the unfolding of each moment.

Feel the fear and do it anyway! A great way to start is at Chandor Gardens Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30pm. Or Hiking and Yoga at LG Ranch visit HealthyMeNow. Net for more information.

Namaste. Nama means bow, as means I, and te means you. Therefore, namaste literally means “bow me you” or “I bow to you.” The gesture Namaste represents the belief that there is a Divine spark within

Namaste Loretta Benham

By HealthyMeNow.Net

NASM Certified Trainer | Yoga Instructor/Thai Body Work

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Activities so much Activities

to do! Sunday is dedicated to the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley! The music of Elvis will be performed by some of the finest tribute artists around. Jeff Mew will perform Elvis’ greatest gospel songs from Noon to 1p.m. and from 3 to 4p.m. there will be a contest to find the best aspiring Elvis impersonator. Nationally famous Elvis tribute artist, Victor Trevino Jr., will be performing at 5p.m. that day. Monday is the final day of the festival and begins at 10a.m. with Granbury’s Memorial Day Commemoration and the Texas country band, Southern Anthem, playing at 1p.m. Make it a truly great Memorial Day Weekend by staying over at one of Granbury’s beautiful Bed and Breakfasts or Boutique Hotels. Great lodging options abound in Granbury!

WHERE THE 50’S LIVE ON! Once again, the Historic Granbury Merchants Association will be kicking off summer in style, 50’s style! Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29, visitors to the Historic Downtown Square will enjoy Cruisin’ Granbury, a festival dedicated to the era of cool cars and rock and roll with dancing, vendors, hot rods and… oh yes, Elvis tribute artists!

For more information on Cruisin’ Granbury or any of Granbury’s other festivals, contact Brenda Hyde at 682-936-4550. For a schedule of Festival activities visit:

SCAN for more info

Not content to be just a car show, this festival is for the entire family. Over the course of the weekend, there will be live entertainment, games for the kids, street dancing, and contests for the adults. Rounding out the event, on Monday, there will be a Memorial Day ceremony commemorating our service men and women who have sacrificed so much for our country. On Saturday evening a street dance will be held from 5-8p.m. and Granbury Roller Derby gals will be showing off their skating skills around the square. Also scheduled for Saturday are photo opportunities with Elvis, a Hoola Hoop contest, and Hot Dog and Apple Pie eating contests! Food vendors and area merchants along with arts and crafts vendors will be open for business so you can grab a snack and do a little shopping along with looking at some gorgeous vintage cars. The car show includes participants from car clubs all over Texas and the Southwest. This is your chance to see a variety of muscle cars, hot rods, and other American classic vehicles up close and personal. 10 - My Hometowns Texas Cultural & Entertainment Magazine


The 14th Annual Texas Steak Cookoff is just around the corner. On Saturday, May 20, 2017, cooks, vendors, and tourists from around the state will make their way to historic downtown Hico. The Texas Steak Cookoff is the largest steak cookoff in the Southwest, drawing thousands of tourists from all over the country. The Cookoff is a competition for the best tasting 12 ounce Texas rib-eye steak. Besides a great steak dinner, attendees and participants enjoy shopping, live entertainment, and a separate wine tasting event.

so much to do!

Mark your calendars! The 2017 First Friday Events are just around the corner and preparations are in full-swing. The First Friday Event will be held on June 2nd this year from 6pm-9pm on the Church at the Crossing grounds in Historic Downtown Aledo across from Aledo Diner.

the Southern Heritage Band as well as the Firework Extravaganza. Save the date and come for a Unique Family Fun Filled evening at the Aledo First Friday Events. For information please contact Toni Fisher at 817-441-7016 or event.

This Aledo tradition will feature more excitement and a Unique Shopping Experience. Families can look forward to the traditional activities of the First Friday Events as well as many new activities brought on this year. The Free Concert Series under the stars will feature local artist Sophie Clark and

Backyard chefs from around the State compete in the Backyard chef category for the most anticipated prizes of the day. Any and all amateur grillers are invited to compete for cash prizes for the title “Best Steak in Texas.” A fan favorite, the Hors d’oeuvres competition allows the public to interact with the chefs while sampling amazing food in the warm up for the big event. The public is invited to enjoy in the fun and food and may purchase tickets that include a rib-eye steak dinner with all the fixin’s and a chance to win several door prizes. Tickets are on sale now for $25. For more information about this daylong event with food, exhibits, shopping, musical entertainment and lots of fun, visit or call 817-875-5059

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Hood County Courthouse Museum 100 E Pearl St., Granbury 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday 817-579-3200

Chandor Gardens 711 W. Lee Ave., Weatherford Mon – Fri 9 am-5 pm 817-613-1700 Sat 9 am-3 pm & Sun 12-4 pm

Hood County Jail Museum 208 N Crockett St Granbury Fri, Sat, Sun 1 pm – 4 pm 817-573-5135

Clark Botanical Gardens 567 Maddux Rd., Weatherford Mon-Sat 8am-6pm Sun 10am-5pm 942-682-4856

Museum of the Americas-Weatherford 216 Fort Worth Highway Tues-Fri 10am-5pm Saturday 11 am-4 pm 817-341-8668

Dinosaur World 254-898-1526 1058 Park Road 59, Glen Rose 9 am – 5 pm Everyday

Somervell County Museum 101 Vernon St., Glen Rose 11 am-4 pm Wednesday-Saturday 254-898-0640 Free

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center 254-897-2960 2155 County Road 2008, Glen Rose 8:30 am – 4:29 pm Weatherford Farmer’s Market 213 and 217 Fort Worth Street Mondays – Sundays, 8 am-6:15 pm

Yeats-Duke 1858 Working Museum 214 N Crockett St., Granbury Demonstrations from 2 – 4 pm 10 – 5 pm Friday & Saturday 817-707-1012


Barnard’s Mill & Art Museum 307 SW Barnard St., Glen Rose 10-5 Saturday & 1-5 Sunday 254-897-7494

Live Theatre

Big City Music Revue Granbury Live Theater May 13 & 27 The Sounds of the 60’s 114 N Crockett St 855-823-5550

Bridge Street History Center 319 E Bridge St., Granbury 1-4 pm Saturdays 817-573-8810 Free

Granbury Opera House 133 E Pearl St., Historic Square-Granbury May 5-7 Walk Like a ManA Salute to Frankie Valli May 12-28 A Few Good Men 817-579-0952 Fri. 7:30 pm, Sat. 2 & 7:30 pm Sun. 2 pm

Creation Evidence Museum 3102 FM 205, Glen Rose Thurs, Fri, Sat 10 am – 4 pm 254-897-3200 Langdon Center Gordon House Gallery 308 E Pearl St., Granbury Monday-Saturday 10 am – 4 pm 817-279-1164 Doss Heritage Culture Center 1400 Texas Dr, Weatherford Tuesday – Saturday 10 am till 5 pm Thursday 10 am till 8 pm 817-599-6168 Free

The Texas Opry Theater 319 York Ave., Weatherford Whispering Bill Anderson May 20 at 3 pm Joseph Hall (Elvis Tribute) May 27 at 7 pm 817-341-1000

Granbury Dollhouse Museum 421 East Bridge St., Granbury Sat 10 am-4 pm Sun 1-4 pm 817-894-5194

Theatre Off the Square presents: 114 N Denton St., Weatherford Fri & Sat 8 pm Sun 2 pm The Taming of the Shrew May 6 at Heritage Park Amphitheater Dilemmas WIth Dinner May 26-June 11 817-341-8687 (817-341-TOTS)

Granbury Historic Railroad Depot 109 Ewell St., Granbury 1-4 pm Monday-Saturday 817-573-2557 Free PHOTOS BY SHAD RAMSEY 12 - My Hometowns Texas Cultural & Entertainment Magazine



Barking Rocks Winery 1919 Allen Dr., Granbury Sat 1-5 pm or by appt Music—1st Fridays 817-579-0007

Weatherford Public Library 1014 Charles St. 817-598-4150 Mon-Thurs 10 am-8 pm Fri & Sat10 am-6 pm Sun 2-6 pm

GRANBURY HOTEL/MOTEL Best Western 1517 N. Plaza Dr Granbury, TX 76048 817-573-4239

Monday through Thursday

Classic Inn Bluff Dale Vineyards 1209 North Plaza Drive 5222 CR 148, Bluff Dale Granbury, TX 76048 Mon,Wed,Thurs,Fri,Sat 11am-6pm 817-573-8874 Sun 12-6 pm 254-728-3540 Music: Check website Comfort Suites

Gym-Kat Sports Center-Granbury Open Jump-every last Sunday of the month Open to non-members M&W 9am-7pm Tu&Th 12:30-3:30 pm 545 Holly Hills Cemetery Rd 817-573-2006

903 Harbor Lakes Dr. Granbury, TX 76048 817-579-5559

D’Vine Wine 107 E Bridge St., Granbury Mon-Thurs 12 – 6 pm Fri & Sat 12-8 pm Sun 12-5 pm Days Inn 817-573-7200 1201 N. Plaza Drive

Friday and Saturday

Shop, Stroll & Savor Granbury Square 10am-8pm

Granbury, TX 76048

817-573-2611 or 800-228-5150 Revolver Brewing Granbury Inn & Suites 5650 Matlock Rd., Granbury 1339 North Plaza Drive Saturday Tour Event 12 – 3 pm Granbury, TX 76048 Music, Beer & Tour 817-736-8034 817-573-2691 / 800-858-8607

Sweet Springs Winery 215 N Main St., Weatherford Wed 4 – 8 pm; Thurs 4 – 9 pm Fri 1-10 pm; Sat 11am-10 pm Sun 4-8 pm 817-594-3333 215 N Main St., Weatherford

Granbury Ghosts & Legends Tours Granbury Square 7 & 9:15 pm 817-559-0849 Christina’s High Tea-Granbury 110 N. Houston St. 817-579-1707 Reservations Last Mile Cemetery Tour Granbury City Cemetery 10:45 pm 817-559-0849 Reservations required

Hilton Garden Inn 635 E. Pearl St (on the Lake) Granbury, TX 76048 817-579-3800

Holiday Inn Express & Suites The Winery at Pemberton Cellars 1515 N. Plaza Dr Granbury, TX 76048 3500 Lipan Hwy, Granbury 817-579-9977 12-7 pm Sat 817-408-0473 Music: Check Facebook

Tuesday and Thursday

YOGA at Chandor Gardens 5:30pm 711 W. Lee Avenue, Weatherford


Wednesday & Friday


East Parker County Library 201 FM 1187 North, Aledo Tues-Fri 10am-6 pm Sat 10 am-1 pm 817-441-6545

Weatherford Public Library Storytime 4-6 yr olds Toddler Time – Birth-36 mo olds 1014 Charles Street, Weatherford 10:30 am 817-598-4153

Hood County Library 222 N Travis St., Granbury Mon 10 am-7 pm Tues 10 am-9 pm Wed-Sat 10 am-6 pm 817-573-3569

Thursday Senior Center-Granbury 7 pm Dance w/live music For all ages 501 S. Moore 817-573-5533 Thursday & Saturday

Somervell County Library 108 Allen Dr., Glen Rose 254-897-4582 Springtown Public Library 626 N Main, Springtown Mon 9am-1 pm Tues 10 am-7pm Wed-Fri 11 am-6 pm Sat 9 am-1 pm 817-523-5862

Karaoke at VFW Post #7835 1st & 3rd Saturdays 8-12 pm Every Thursday 8-11 pm 3670 W Hwy 377, Granbury 817-579-1922



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East Parker County Library Storytime for 2-5 yr olds 201 FM 1187 North, Aledo 10:30 am 817-441-6545 Gym Kat Sports Center-Granbury 545 Holly Hills Cemetery Rd Friday Fun Night 7-10 pm $10/person; $1 concessions Somervell County Citizen’s Center 209 SW Barnard St., Glen Rose Country & Western Dance 2nd & 4th Fridays 7-9:30 pm 254-897-2139


Girls’ Night Art Against the Grain Art Studio 111 E Bridge St., Granbury 7-11 pm 682-936-4443 Karen’s Kritters Petting Farm 19571 E FM 1188, Bluff Dale 10am-12pm 254-967-4016 Acton Local Market-Granbury 2nd & 4th Saturdays thru Sept 4208 Fall Creek Hwy 8am-12pm 817-894-3183 Parker Paws Pet Adoption Petsmart IH 20, Exit 408-Weatherford 11 am – 2 pm 817-694-5718


First Monday Trade Days-Weatherford Corner of Santa Fe Dr and Hwy 80/180 9 am – 4 pm 817-598-4351


Granbury’s Taco & Tequila Festival Oak Water Ranch 3001 Neri Rd., Granbury 5-11 pm


Garage Sale-Boy Scout Troop 1099 Aledo Community Center 104 Robinson Ct., Aledo - 8am-5pm Acton Nature Center – Acton 6900 Smokey Hill Ct. 1st Saturday Bird Walk-7 am 3rd Annual Nature Reptile Day 10am-4pm 817-326-6005 Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Photo Tour 4-8 pm 2155 County Rd 2008, Glen Rose 254-897-2960 Lake Mineral Wells State Park Wildflower Walk 9-10:30am & 2-3:30pm 100 Park Rd 71, Mineral Wells 940-328-1171 ext 222 Preservation Picnic-Granbury 801 N Lipan Hwy/ RSVP by May 3 11am-1pm 817-312-7753


Christina’s Bistro-Granbury 110 N Houston St

Two-Steppin Tuesday’s

7-10 pm with The Band James A’marie


Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Homeschool: Fossil Fun 1789 County Rd 2009, Glen Rose 10am-3pm 254-897-2960


Aledo Farmer’s Market Aledo Community Center 104 Robinson Ct. Aledo - 3-6 pm


Clark Gardens-Weatherford Public Gardens Day 567 Maddux Rd. 11 am 940-682-4856

Creation Evidence Museum 3102 FM 205, Glen Rose Lecture: “Beauty in Creation…Earth & Sky” 11am and 2 pm 254-897-3200

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Discovery after Dark 1789 County Rd 2009, Glen Rose 7-10 pm 254-897-2960

Shakespeare Festival Heritage Park-Weatherford 315 Santa Fe Drive Theater Off the Square production The Taming of the Shrew - 2 & 8 pm

D’Vine Wine-Granbury 107 E Bridge St. Karaoke, Massage & Merlot 7-11 pm 817-573-7200

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Lone Star State Dulcimer Festival Oakdale Park-Glen Rose 1019 NE Barnard All day 254-897-2321


Lake Mineral Wells State Park Kid’s Wilderness Survival 8:30 – 11:30 pm 100 Park Rd 71, Mineral Wells 940-328-1171 ext 222 Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Mother’s Day Sunset Safari Dinner & Tour 3022 County Rd 2010, Glen Rose 6-10 pm254-897-2960 Rescue Rodeo presents “No Animal Left Behind” Heritage Park 11am-4pm 200 Santa Fe, Weatherford 972-977-9991 Girl’s Night Out-Granbury On the Square 5-8 pm Dinosaur Valley State Park Spring Wingding Free Bird Fair family fun! 1629 Park Rd 59, Glen Rose 7am-4:30 pm 254-897-4588 Dinner in White Pop-up Picnic / Langdon Center 308 E Pearl St., Granbury 7-9 pm 817-279-1164


Dinosaur Valley State Park Dinosaur Track Talk 11 am & 3:30 pm 1629 Park Rd 59, Glen Rose


Ladies Night Out-Weatherford Historic Downtown - 5-8 pm 817-296-6291


3rd Annual Splash & Dash Splash Kingdom Wild West 1001 Cinema Dr., Weatherford 7:45 am-11 am 682-582-1757 3rd Weekend Bluegrass Oakdale Park-Glen Rose 1019 NE Barnard St. 254-897-2321

Girls’ Night Out-Glen Rose Historic Downtown Square 5-8 pm 307-631-4106 Lake Mineral Wells State Park Cross Timbers Cowboy Poetry & Stories - 8 -10 pm 100 Park Rd 71, Mineral Wells 940-328-1171 ext 222 Fossil Rim Wildlife Center-Glen Rose Endangered Species Day: Family Fun Day 10-3 pm / Photo Tour 4-8 pm 2155 County Rd 2008 Animal Keeper Tour & Dinner 3022 County Rd 2010 3-7 pm 254-897-2960 Dinosaur Valley State Park Fossil Diggin’ 10-11 am Zombie Apocalypse Hike 1-2 pm Rock Skipping & Rock Stacking 3-4 pm 1629 Park Rd 59, Glen Rose 254-897-4588 Weatherford Art Walk Downtown Weatherford - 2-8 pm


Whipp Farms Gun Show Somervell County Expo Ctr 202 Bo Gibbs Blvd, Glen Rose 254-897-4509


Dinosaur Valley State Park Dinosaur Track Talk 11 am & 3:30 pm Atlatl Demo 12-1 pm 1629 Park Rd 59, Glen Rose 254-897-4588


Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Homeschool: Learning from the Lorax 1789 County Rd 2009, Glen Rose 10am–3pm 254-897-2960


Paluxy Playhouse Celebration Warren’s Backyard Dinner, Drinks, Live & Silent Auction Live Music-Two Tons of Steel 2901 Weatherford Hwy. - 6 pm

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D’Vine Wine-Granbury 107 E Bridge St. Karaoke, Massage & Merlot 7-11 pm 817-573-7200


The Field of Flags-Granbury 3602 E Hwy 377 10am-8 pm 817-776-7766


Memorial Day Weekend Band Bash Oakdale Park-Glen Rose 1019 NE Barnard Street 11 am-10 pm 254-897-2321 Last Saturday Gallery Night On the Square-Granbury 5-8 pm 817-579-7733

Antique Biplane Rides Over Historic Granbury Granbury Municipal Airport 9am-8:30pm 254-433-1267 Lake Mineral Wells State Park Night Sounds 8:30-10:00 pm 100 Park Rd 71, Mineral Wells 940-328-1171 ext 222 Dinosaur Valley State Park Dinosaur Track Talk 11 am, 1 pm, & 3:30 pm Aprender sobre los dinosaurios 10am-2pm Atlatl Demo 12-1 pm Night Hike 8:30-9:30 pm 1629 Park Rd 59, Glen Rose 254-897-4588 “The Plunge” Swimming Pool Opens Oakdale Park-Glen Rose

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Cruisin’ Granbury Memorial Weekend 100 E Pearl St, Granbury Sat night Street Dance 5-8pm Classic Hot Rods on display-Sat Roller Derby gals-Sat Elvis tribute artist-Sun 9 am-6 pm 682-936-4550


Dinosaur Valley State Park Dinosaur Track Talk 11 am, 1 pm, & 3:30 pm Atlatl Demo 12-1 pm Campfire Scary Stories 8:30-9:30 pm 1629 Park Rd 59, Glen Rose 254-897-4588


Memorial Day Ceremony Memorial Gardens Mineral Wells Hwy, Weatherford 10-11:30 am 817-223-8926

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Learn about Composting: Family Fun 2155 County Rd 2008, 10am-3pm 254-897-2960

Upcoming Events

June - Every Saturday Night Summer Concert Series Oakdale Park-Glen Rose 2 First Friday & Fireworks Extravaganza Downtown Aledo 6-9 pm 3 The KING OF COUNTRY MUSIC George Strait by Derek Spence - Texas Opry June 5, 2017 - August 4, 2017 Granbury Theatre Company SUMMER ACADEMY CLASSES Camps and Master Classes June 12 Theatre off the Square SUMMER KID’S THEATRE CAMP

music and nightlife

Live music that rocks the stage!

Live Music Greenwood Saloon-Bluff Dale 9 pm Melissa Ratley


Christina’s Bistro-Granbury 110 N Houston St Two-Steppin Tuesday’s 7-10 pm with The Band James A’marie

2 Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7 pm Shane Smith & The Saints

GRANBURY BARKING ROCKS WINERY 1919 Allen Court 817-579-0007 Boozers 211 M & M Ranch Road 817-579-6094 Diamond D’s 3605 Contrary Creek Road 817-573-2100 Farinas 202 N Houston St. 817-579-5300 KETZLER’S SCHNITZEL HAUS & BIERGARTEN 101 Pearl St | 817-658-6089 Weekends - 6pm Karen Carmody REVOLVER BREWING 5650 Matlock Rd. 817-736-8034 Wild Country 207 Western Hills Trl 817-573-2529

GLEN ROSE Boot Scootin’ Country 2869 Hwy 144 South 254-897-2160 Loco Coyote Grill 1795 County Rd 1004 254-897-2324


Vintage Grill & MuseumWeatherford 6 pm Cami Maki Fire Oak Grill 6 pm Kyle Redd/Bodie Powell Shep’s Place-Weatherford 7 pm Sean Eddy

SPRINGTOWN Shinola’s Texas Café 301 Martin Ave |817-523-0010



Barking Rocks Winery-Granbury 7 pm Kyle Redd

The Local-Granbury 6 pm The Local

FIRE OAK GRILL On the Square |114 Austin Ave, 817-598-0400

Tequila Bar Y Grill-Weatherford 8 pm Tori Martin

Railhead Smokehouse BBQ 120 S. Ranch House Road Willow Park | 817-441-2525

Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7 pm Tom McElvain & The Dirty Pesos

SHEPS PLACE 816 S Main St | 682-804-5002

Finish Line-Aledo 8 pm Tommy Alverson

Vintage Grill & Car Museum 202 Ft. Worth Hwy. 817-594-3750

Ketzler’s Schnitzel Haus6 pm Karen Carmody


Shakespeare FestivalWeatherford - Heritage Park 11 am Michael Anderson Taco & Tequila Festival-Granbury 6 pm Truck Stop Gamblers 7 pm Thieving Birds Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7 pm Cami Maki Wild Country-Granbury 8 pm Mark Trimmier Band Boozers-Granbury 9 pm Kim Younkin Del Norte Tacos-Godley 8 pm Thom & Coley Revolver Brewing-Granbury 12 noon Music


Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7:30 pm Matt Tedder & Dirty River Boys


Shinola’s Texas Café-Springtown 6 pm Steve Helms Band


Godley Del Norte Tacos 101 E. Hwy 171 817-389-2451

5-7 Granbury Opera House Walk Like a Man A Salute to Frankie Valli Fri-7:30 Sat-2&7:30 Sun-2pm

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music and nightlife

Live music that rocks the stage!

Railhead BBQ-Aledo 8 pm Steve Helms Band Boozers-Granbury 9 pm Strange Mix


Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7:30 pm Randy Brown & Deryl Dodd Lone Star State Dulcimer Festival-Glen Rose 10 am Michael Anderson Greenwood Saloon-Bluff Dale 7 pm Calamity Janes Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7:30 pm Band of Brothers Del Norte Tacos-Godley 7 pm Dave Thomas

Farinas-Granbury 6-9 pm The Band James A’marie Railhead BBQ-Aledo 8 pm Kyle Redd/Bodie Powell Tequilas-Weatherford 8 pm The Justin Hunter Band


Revolver BrewingGranbury - 12 noon

Ketzler’s Schnitzel Haus6 pm Karen Carmody

Texas Opry Theater-Weatherford 3 pm Whispering Bill Anderson

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Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7:30 Cody West

3 & 7 pm Sounds of the 60’s Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7:30 pm Steve Helms Band

Greenwood Saloon-Bluff Dale 8 pm T Bone Stearns

Boozers-Granbury 9 pm Strange Mix

Ketzler’s Schnitzel HausGranbury 6 pm Karen Carmody

The Grove-Granbury Hidden Oaks Golf Course 7 pm Tyler Dixson


Farinas-Granbury 6-9 pm The Band James A’marie


Revolver Brewing-Granbury 12 noon Cami Maki



Loco Coyote Grill-Glen Rose 6 pm Cami Maki Del Norte Tacos-Godley 7 pm Tommy Alverson

Railhead BBQ-Aledo 8 pm Micky & the Motorcars

Fire Oak GrillWeatherford 6 pm Van Darien


Ketzler’s Schnitzel Haus6 pm Karen Carmody Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7:30 Shane Watson Band


The Local-Granbury 6 pm Justin Langston Big City Music Revue-Granbury 3 & 7 pm Sounds of the 60’s Texas Opry Theater-Weatherford 7 pm Joseph Hall(Elvis Tribute) Revolver Brewery-Granbury 12 noon

Glen Rose Memorial Day Band Bash Oakdale Park-Glen Rose 1 pm Brady Hulsey Band 8 pm Mike Daniels Band


Wild Country-Granbury 8 pm Shane Terrell & the Stumblers


Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7:30 pm Three Fools on Three Stools Ketzler’s Schnitzel HausGranbury 6 pm Karen Carmody

Memorial Day Celebration Granbury Main Stage 11 am The Band James A’marie Railhead BBQ-Aledo 7:30 pm Randy Brown & Sonny Burgess

LOCAL DINING LISTING Places to eat and relax! LINDA’S SOUTHERN KITCHEN Pearl @ Crockett St. | 817-573-1952 NUTSHELL EATERY & BAKERY 137 E. Pearl St. | 817-279-8989 PARADISE COFFEE HOUSE & BISTRO 129 Pearl St. | 817-573-3853 PEARL ST. STATION –patio dining 129 Pearl St. | 817-579-7233


DINING ON THE SQUARE BABE’S CHICKEN HOUSE W. Pearl St. | 817-573-9777 The Back Porch Sports Bar 3132 Fall Creek Hwy. | 817-326-8200

AMERICAN (off the square) CARI’S RESTAURANT 2113 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-573-3469 CHILI’S BAR & GRILL 1000 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-579-9402 COTTON PATCH 1151 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-579-6461 DICKEY’S BARBEQUE PIT 3906-100 Hwy 377 E | 817-573-2897

CHRISTINA’S BISTRO 110 N. Houston St. | 817-579-1707 FARINA’S WINERY & CAFÉ 202 N Houston St. | 817-579-5300 THE FILLIN STATION 100 N Crockett St | 817-573-1554 FUZZY’S TACO SHOP - patio dining 115 W. Pearl St. | 817-579-8226 KETZLER’S SCHNITZEL HAUS & BIERGARTEN 101 Pearl St | 817-658-6089

EIGHTEEN NINETY GRILLE 115 E. Pearl St. | 817-533-3400 FIREHOUSE CAFE 1462 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-279-1160 FLAMES SEAFOOD GRILL AND BAR 1030 E Hwy 377, Suite 100 817-573-2998 GOLDEN CHICK Hwy. 4 in Acton | 817-326-2007 GREAT AMERICAN GRILL Inside Hilton 635 E. Pearl St. | 817-579-3807 GRUMPS BURGERS 3503 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-573-5000

WRECKERS BURGER STOP 5829 Fall Creek Hwy | 817-522-1013

HOFFBRAU STEAKHOUSE 315 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-776-4982

COFFEE HOUSES COFFEE GRINDER (inside HEB Market) 3804 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-279-0977

IRBY’S BURGERS & CATFISH 804 E. Pearl St. | 817-579-9402

PARADISE COFFEE CO. 129 W. Pearl St. | 817-573-3853

MONTANA RESTAURANT 1454 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-573-2500

STARBUCKS W/DRIVE THRU 413 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-573-0640 3915 E Hwy 377 | 682-498-4222

PAM’S 204 S. Morgan | 817-326-8052 PAM’S TOO 5320 Acton Hwy | 817-326-4056 Rooster’s GuitarBQ 2650 Camp Crucis Ct. | 615-596-1202 RIB SHACK - patio dining 4021 Old Acton Hwy. 4 | 817-326-4752 SPRING CREEK BARBEQUE 317 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-579-7336 STUMPYS LAKESIDE GRILL 2323 S. Morgan | 817-279-1000

LITTLE CAESARS 1421 S. Morgan | 817-573-1411 NIZZA PIZZA PASTA & SUBS 2200 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-573-7575 PAPA JOHN’S 726 E HWY 377 | 817-579-1220 PASTA FINA 1106 S. Morgan | 817-279-8669



WILLIE & DICKS 424 Fall Creek Hwy. | 817-326-6241

ITALIAN JOE’S PASTA & PIZZA 512 W. Pearl St. | 817-579-5637

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Places to eat and relax! MEXICAN DON MELQUIAS 5675 N. GATE RD. | 817-326-8344 EL CHICO 1151 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-573-8833 GARCIA’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT 1840 Camp Crucis Ct. | 817 573-4920 FUZZY’S TACO SHOP - patio dining 115 W. Pearl St. | 817-579-8226 LA FIESTA 1112 S. Morgan St. | 817-579-1275 MI FAMILIA 1468 E. Hwy. 377 | 817-279-0382 MONTES BREAKFAST BURRITOS 2202 E Hwy 377 | 817-573-0250 PANCHITO’S 4506 Weatherford Hwy. |817-5731923 TACO CASA 3706 E. Hwy 377 | 817-573-3229 TACO D 206 S Morgan St. | 817-573-6318 ASIAN ASIAN GRILL 1311 N. Plaza Dr. | 817-573-4841

GREEN PICKLE - BURGERS 212 NE Barnard St. | 254-898-1611 HAMMOND’S B-B-Q Hwy. 67 | 254-897-3008 HAPPY HIPPO - GOURMET COFFEE 608 SW Big Bend Trail | 254-898-0181 INN ON THE RIVER Barnard St. Reservations Required 254-897-2929 or 800-575-2101 LaVita-Italian Restaurant Authentic New York Style 114 Walnut St., | 254-898-2371 LOCO COYOTE GRILL Steaks & Burgers West on Hwy. 67 | 254-897-2324 Los Primos Mexican Restaurant & Cantina 902 NE Big Bend Trl | 254-897-2377 Sweet Magnolia Market Cafe/Farmer’s Market/Event Venue 603 Austin Rd., 254-897-1220 PIE PEDDLERS Fresh Baked Pies 102 Walnut St. | 254-897-9228

CHINA CAFE BUFFET 1491 S. Morgan St. | 817-579-7888

RIVERHOUSE GRILL 210 SW Barnard St. | 254-898-8514

MIYAKO 715 Autumn Ridge Dr. | 817-579-8668

ROUGH CREEK LODGE Reservations CR2013 254-965-3700 or 800-864-4705

PANDA EXPRESS 1031 E. Hwy. 377 | 817 573-8988


AJ’s Barbecue 509 NE Big Bend Trl. | 254-898-2545 BARNARD STREET BAKERY 1110 NE Big Bend Tr. | 254-897-3324 BIG CUP EATERY Mexican & American Hwy. 67 & 56 | 254-897-3841 CACTUS JACKS HWY144 N | 254-898-8251 Casa Azteca Mexican Bar & Grill 403 Mesquite St. | 254-897-7151 CHACHI’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT Hwy. 67 | 254-897-7504 CHINA WOK 109 SW Barnard St. | 254-897-2660


FOSSIL RIM WILDLIFE CAFE 1789 CR 2009 |254-898-4263

DEBBIE’S RESTAURANT Hwy. 67 | 254-897-4399 DONNA’S DONUTS Hwy. 67 | 254-897-7522 El Patio Del Sabor Specialty Treats & Sweets 110 Barnard

Shoo-Fly Soda Shop 102-C Walnut | 254-396-0767 SIMPLE SIMON’S PIZZA Hwy. 67 - Delivery - 254-898-0022 STORIEBOOK CAFE 502 NE Barnard St. | 254-897-2665 SUNSHINE DONUTS Hwy. 67 | 254-897-2827 Tacote 503 SW Big Bend Trail | 254-897-1278

Parker County ALEDO

Aledo Diner 205 N. Front St. | 817-441-9753 Aledo Doughnuts 701 FM 1187 N | 817-441-0011 Aledo Taqueria Shell: 100 FM 1187 South 817-441-7940 Cpl. Ray’s Coffeehouse 405 FM 1187, #500 Holy Grounds Coffee Haus and GIFT’S 108 Jearl St | 817-441-7770


Places to eat and relax! IDC Burgers Shell: 401 FM 1187 South

Shinola’s Texas Cafe 301 Martin Ave | 817-523-0010

JK Donuts 311 FM 1187 South, #600

Sweet Sensation Donuts on the Square 105 E. 1st Street 469-531-3785/817-523-0100

Lone Star Sno Cones 401 FM 1187 South Maria Bonita Mexican Cocina 100 S. Front St. | 817-441-1652 Palio’s Pizza Café 406 FM 1187 South Sonic Drive-In 300 FM 1187 North Subway 311 FM 1187 South, #700 That Snowball Place 401 FM 1187 North, #3 The Bearcat Café 421 FM 1187 N | 817-441-8981 Your Personal Chef 213 East Oak St


Brock Junction 7458 W I-20 | 817-594-6626 Brazos River Catfish Café’ 10771 W I-20 | 817-596-2994


Texas Bistro & Café 600 E. Hwy 199 | 817-523-0101 Woody Creek Bar B Q 205 N Avenue A | 817-220-2008


ANTEBELLUM ALE HOUSE 321 E Oak S | 817-341-6625 FRESH Menu. Signature Flat bread Pizzas, Cream Cheese Queso, Sandwiches, Salads, and Shared Plates! Antonio’s Mexicana Restaurant 1900 Santa Fe Dr. | 817-594-6183 Applebee’s 208 W Interstate 20 | 817-599-3188 Baker’s Ribs Inc 1921 S Main St | 817-599-4229 Bangkok Thai Cuisine & Sushi Bar 314 South Main St. | 817-594-7012 Blind Horse Saloon 1886 Mineral Wells Hwy 817-599-6501 Buffalo Wild Wings 320 Adams Dr | 817-598-0432 Chick-Fil-A 2525 S Main St. | 817-594-3001

Del Norte Tacos 101 E. Hwy 171 817-389-2451

Chicken Express 1711 Bethel Rd. | 817-598-1555


Chili’s 128 E Interstate 20 | 817-594-1661

BIG BURGER 3322 FORT WORTH HWY 817-374-4965

China Harbor 1810 Main St. | 817-598-0061

R & K Cafe 3311 Fort Worth Hwy. | 817-594-7701

Cotton Patch Cafe 1964 S Main St | 817-599-0706


Cracker Barrel 132 E Interstate 20 | 817-598-9070

Alvin Ords Sandwich Shop 400 E Hwy 199| 817-523-4196 B & B Burgers 104 S Main St | 817-523-7520 Chicken Express 502 E Highway 199 |817-523-0009 Chinese Express 332 E Highway 199 | 817-523-5225

Downtown Cafe 101 W Church St. | 817-594-8717 Fire Oak Grill 114 Austin Ave. | 817-598-0400 flames 1917 Martin Dr | 817-599-4935 Fuzzy Taco Shop 1217 S Main St. | 817-613-8226

El Cerrito 407 Old Springtown Road | 817-5237278

Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant 809 S Main St. | 817-599-4400

Howell’s Western Cafe 401 W Highway 199 | 817-220-7915

Golden Moon Restaurant 1410 S Main St. | 817-594-1692

Rancho Nuevo 466 E. Hwy 199 | 817-523-2288


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Joe’s Pizza & Pasta Italian Restaurant 311 S Fm 1187 Ste 200 | 817-441-2960

Places to eat and relax! Indulge catering by Kelli Weddings, office parties, business lunches and breakfast, personal meals 817 374 2697 IRON SKILLET 2001 Santa Fe Dr. | 817-594-0245 Joe’s Pasta & Pizza 1115 Fort Worth Hwy Ste 400 817-341-2200 Justice Burger 105 College Avenue | 817-757-7977 Kincaid’s 220 Adams Dr Ste 290 | 817-594-7773 LA Playa Maya 1445 Fort Worth Hwy | 817-613-8686 Logan’s Roadhouse 325 E Interstate 20 | 817-594-5455 Malt Shop 2028 Fort Worth Hwy | 817-594-2524 Mary’s Brazos Cafe 5090 Tin Top Rd | 817-594-0203 Mcalister’s Deli 215 Adams Dr Ste 209 | 817-594-3314 Montana Restaurant 1910 S Main St. | 817-341-3444 Nizza Pizza Pasta & Subs 1016 S Main St. | 817-594-9090 Ohana Japanese Steak House 126 E Interstate 20 | 817-596-2871 Olive Garden 315 E Interstate 20 | 817-599-4207 On The Border 114 Interstate 20 East | 817-5942174 Outlaw BBQ 3101 Ranger Hwy | 817-599-3520 Outskirtz Grill 2524 Azle Hwy #101 | 817-598-0009 Pastafina 807 S Main St | 817-599-5861

Skinny’s Hamburgers 504 Palo Pinto St. | 817-594-3101 Starbucks Coffee Company 2010 S Main St. | 817-341-2547 Sunny Street Cafe 1314 S. Main St. | 817-594-2210 The Shed Texas Kitchen and Bakery 4019 Fort Worth Hwy. | 817-594-5533 The Tamale Kid 204 Dennis Rd. | 817-341-8543 Tin Top Cafe 7974 Bethel Rd | 817-598-1222 Tokyo Seafood & Steakhouse 126 E I-ww20 Ste 100 | 817-596-2871 Vintage Grill & Car Museum 202 Ft. Worth Hwy. | 817-594-3750 Wanda’s By Jr 1503 Fort Worth Hwy. | 817-599-7421 Which Wich 220 Adams Dr Ste 230 | 817-598-0200 Yesterday’s 201 N Main St. | 817-599-3903 Yogurt Story 325 Adams Dr Ste 315


Chicken Express 101 Ranch House Rd. 817-441-7177 Fish Creek 4899 E I-20 Service Rd N 817-441-1746 Milano’s Pizza & Pasta 119 S Ranch House Rd Ste 900 817-441-6737 Railhead Smokehouse Barbeque 120 S Ranch House Rd. 817-441-2525

Peaster Grocery & Grill 6231 Fm 920 | 817-341-4326 Pizza Place The 1218 S Main St | 817-594-0591 Polo’s Mexican Cafe 6239 Fm 920 | 817-594-3732 Pulido’s Mexican Restaurant 304 S Main St. | 817-594-0361


Rosa’s Cafe 28 1920 Martin Dr. | 817-599-5335 Sake Japanese Steakhouse 114 College Park Dr | 817-598-5955 SHEPS PLACE 816 S Main St | 682-804-5002 Short Chef Creations 136 College Park Dr. | 817-594-7000

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May 2017 Issue  

Your source for arts, theater, movies, music, dining... what NOT to miss this month! Crusin' Granbury Festival, Memorial Day celebrations, A...

May 2017 Issue  

Your source for arts, theater, movies, music, dining... what NOT to miss this month! Crusin' Granbury Festival, Memorial Day celebrations, A...