Alpine Texas City Guide

Alpine Texas City Guide

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STAY

The Holland Hotel: This is where we stayed at on this trip and I absolutely loved it. However, it should be noted that we stayed in a loft that's owned by the Holland and located directly behind the hotel. The loft was honestly way bigger and better than we expected, complete with a living room, kitchen/dining and bedroom. I suggest snagging one of these if possible as  ours was actually cheaper than a room inside the hotel!

Maverick Inn: Maverick was our second choice of places to stay in Alpine as it looks really adorable in a western kind of way. Plus, they have a pool. Always a good idea to go with the pool.

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EAT&DRINK

Saddle Club: Saddle Club offers up some great (slightly fancy) bar food. There's a full bar here that was serving up some tasty cocktails and had we not eaten here, I still would of loved to just go and hang out as they have a really great back patio. I'm a sucker for a good patio.

Judy's Bread & Breakfast: This charming breakfast spot downtown came complete with mismatched mugs and a man playing the banjo. Definitely a great spot to grab a whole breakfast or even a cinnamon roll to go!

Railroad Blues: This is THE music venue in town, I'm sure of. Full bar, cheap beers (my favorite) and music till they close the place down. Small town Saturday night indeed.

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SEE&DO

Downtown Shopping: Alpine had some really cute little stores and art galleries to browse through. All you need to do is park (or if you're staying at The Holland just walk) and enjoy! See a complete list of places HERE.

Cheshire Cat Antiques: This cute little antique store is filled with tons of great things just waiting to be found. Plus, the people running this place are the sweetest, nicest people around who you can tell really care about their community.

Hancock Hill: In 1981 two college guys hauled a giant metal desk all the way up Hancock Hill and tada! a tourist destination is born. It's about a 40 minute hike round trip and offers up several spots to stop and snap some really amazing pictures.

Big Bend Brewing Co: We originally went out to Big Bend Brewing Co. to take their brewery tour that they offer on the weekends, but actually stumbled upon their once a month open house instead. We tried all of their amazing brews from a beer flight and snacked on some nachos that they were cooking up for the open house. A must visit if you love a good beer from good people!

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Old German Bakery & Restaurant

Old German Bakery & Restaurant

Birthday Weekend Via IPhone

Birthday Weekend Via IPhone