The Hotel Limpia in Fort Davis is a landmark, sitting on nearly three acres in the heart of downtown, with its lush patio and sturdy two-story stone building. Built in 1912 by the Union Trading Company (owned by local stockholders … Continue reading Blue Mountain Bistro at Hotel Limpia in Fort Davis
Printed with permission of the Alpine Avalanche – Aug. 10, 2017 UPDATE 02/2018: I’m very sad to report that the bakery is closed. It was my weekend go-to when I didn’t feel like cooking breakfast and/or wanted to grab something … Continue reading Check out the Smallest Bakery West of the Pecos… Sweet and Savory Bakery!
Printed with the permission of the Alpine Avalanche You can’t drive through Fort Davis without spotting the bright green caboose across the highway from the Fort Davis National Historic Site. With no train track for miles, the Caboose is the … Continue reading Put a trip to the Caboose in Fort Davis on your itinerary
Printed with the permission of the Alpine Avalanche Cueva de Leon, or “cave of the lion,” is the perfect name for a long-time favorite restaurant situated in the shadow of Sleeping Lion Mountain in downtown Fort Davis. Lorina Bencomo … Continue reading Cueva de Leon serving Fort Davis for over 40 years
(Printed with the permission of the Alpine Avalanche) You can’t cruise through Fort Davis without seeing the beautiful Hotel Limpia sitting on nearly three acres in the heart of downtown, with its lush patio and sturdy two-story stone building. The … Continue reading The Porch at Hotel Limpia in Fort Davis
PRINTED WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE ALPINE AVALANCHE A few nights ago, I had dinner with friends after a Friends of the Jeff Davis County Library board meeting at the Blue Mountain Bistro located at the beautiful, historic Limpia Hotel … Continue reading Blue Mountain Bistro… a Fort Davis favorite
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