Printed with Permission of the Alpine Avalanche Greg Green has been serving up Cuban-inspired meals with a West Texas flair since October 2015 when he opened his food truck, The Smokin’ Cuban. Located at 412 E. Holland Avenue in Alpine, … Continue reading The Smokin’ Cuban in Alpine – the best Cuban food this side of the Pecos
Printed with the permission of the Alpine Avalanche Not long ago, a friend shared a photo on social media of a plate of enchiladas from Alicia’s Burrito Place, a restaurant I’d never heard of yet passed by regularly on our … Continue reading Alicia’s Burrito Place… an Alpine favorite for six decades
Printed with the permission of the Alpine Avalanche UPDATE: Sadly, this business is now closed. Glad we got to enjoy it while it was open! After hearing rave reviews from several friends, we decided to check out the new … Continue reading BB Fatz Smokehouse Sandwich Co. is smokin’!
[[PRINTED WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE ALPINE AVALANCHE]] Last Saturday, we visited the Saddle Club in Alpine for the first time. It was my birthday and we wanted to try something different out here in West Texas. I’ve heard … Continue reading Looking forward to being back in the Saddle Club again
((PRINTED WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE ALPINE AVALANCHE)) I remember the first time we ate at Reata in Alpine. We still lived in Boerne and had just spent a few nights camping down at the Rio Grande Village in Big … Continue reading Reata ropes us in again with sophisticated cowboy cuisine
Printed with the permission of the Alpine Avalanche – http://www.alpineavalanche.com Father’s Day brunch at the beautiful Holland Hotel Last Sunday, my husband decided he wanted to try out the Father’s Day Barbecue Brunch at the Holland Hotel’s Century Bar & … Continue reading Father’s Day Brunch at the beautiful Holland Hotel
May 27, 2016 PRINTED WITH PERMISSION OF THE ALPINE AVALANCHE http://www.alpineavalanche.com Last Saturday, I experienced a spelling bee that beat all of my previous experiences: an Adult Spelling Bee sponsored by the Friends of the Alpine Public Library at Big … Continue reading Beer, barbecue and a spelling bee…
REPRINTED WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE ALPINE AVALANCHE http://www.alpineavalanche.com Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day. Did you know that? I just learned that the other day. All these years, I’ve enjoyed tacos and margaritas in honor of Mexico’s … Continue reading There’s more to Cinco de Mayo than tacos and margaritas