As the first distillery built in South Texas, Rebecca Creek Distillery is proud of our Lone-Star heritage. We are now located in seven states across the U.S., but we respectfully tip our cowboy hats to the foundational location of our beloved “Spirited Texas Distillery” by offering a list of the top eight restaurants, bars and eateries across Texas to enjoy your favorite Enchanted Rock Vodka or Rebecca Creek Whiskey cocktail.
This reasonably priced bar and grill’s focuses are classic beverages and bacon. The eatery inside Little J’s is serving up tasty items like the ‘Fancy Pig Sliders’ and ‘Wilbur’s Tacos,’ just to name a few. There are two projection screens for sports viewing of every variety. If sports aren’t your forte, Wednesday is trivia night for Geeks Who Drink.
Onion Creek Café has it all. Since their opening in 2002 in the Heights Community of Houston, OCC has won over residents by meeting every food and beverage need they could possibly have. Coffee is available as early as 6:30 a.m., happy hour is from 4 to 7 p.m. and late-night eats are served as late as 1:30 a.m. Check them out for coffee, tea, breakfast, brunch and drinks.
Guests come to Thyme Matters for the international cuisine and polished environment, but they stay for the fresh ingredients and attention to detail. Located in El Paso’s West Side, Thyme Matters boasts an outdoor patio with a remarkable view of the Franklin Mountains and a staff with a passion for flavor. The charming cocktails are hand crafted and delectable.
Hoots is a hole in the wall with character. It has become a staple of Amarillo’s live Texas music scene and has the largest capacity of any music venue in town. Billed as a country dance hall, Hoots’ has a laid back atmosphere, an unassuming atmosphere and incredible drink specials. Happy hour is daily from 2 to 8 p.m.
Brick oven pizzas, sandwiches, seafood, steak and gourmet salads are dominating the menu of this high quality eatery. The ambiance is incredibly appealing with an expansive patio that includes a large fireplace and a separate bar area. As if that weren’t enough, the Cork & Pig Tavern chefs are also cooking up electric entrées and imaginative cocktails that will keep you coming back for more.
The Blue Door is simple, haute and hip. This upscale cocktail bar is staying true to its Texas roots sans compromising its fresh elegance with quality libations and zero pretense. The cocktails are upscale, honest and creative and served by knowledgeable and a thankfully unpretentious staff.
Near the San Antonio River Walk in the heart of downtown sits Lüke – a Louisiana-inspired space that combines German and French Old World cooking techniques to create a chic dining experience. Chef John Besh has created a menu of perfection in addition to a stylish space including a vintage interior and a patio that overlooks San Antonio’s scenic downtown.
The County Line’s legendary barbeque and burgers began as a small restaurant in Austin in 1975. They have since expanded and now have two locations in San Antonio including one along the historic River Walk. Enjoy this good, ol’ fashion food alongside some whiskey on the rocks.
We highly recommend taking a trip out to these joints, but if you’re ever more in the mood to kick back at home with a drink in hand, give a quick look at our drink recipes by clicking the button below.