Guidebook for Kingsbury

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Guidebook for Kingsbury

Food Scene

Hometown cookin', hometown hostpitality!
Kingsbury Cafe
Hometown cookin', hometown hostpitality!
Very good, traditional chicken fried steak, shrimp, mashed potatoes with gravy, Texas toast, catfish, chopped steak with gravy and onions, pork roast, pot roast, fried okra, green beans, Cajun spiced catfish & shrimp plate, mixed steamed veggies and of course their MOST AMAZING BANANA PUDDING!
Dixie Grille
1575 I-10 Frontage Rd
Very good, traditional chicken fried steak, shrimp, mashed potatoes with gravy, Texas toast, catfish, chopped steak with gravy and onions, pork roast, pot roast, fried okra, green beans, Cajun spiced catfish & shrimp plate, mixed steamed veggies and of course their MOST AMAZING BANANA PUDDING!
Taqueria El Charro Tapatio
213 S Guadalupe St
Mexican! Yummy!

Arts & Culture

Pioneer Flight Museum
190 Pershing Ln

Shopping

Very cool little store found in the L. Texas area that has everything from: Habanero Hot Beef Jerky Candied Jalapenos Caramel Camo Popcorn Sweet Energy Trail mix Beaver Nuggets (Don't ask...I don't know)! Wasabi Peas Peanut Patties (brittle) Pecan Log (UH! Amazing!) and MORE!!!!
Buc-ee's
10070 Interstate 10
Very cool little store found in the L. Texas area that has everything from: Habanero Hot Beef Jerky Candied Jalapenos Caramel Camo Popcorn Sweet Energy Trail mix Beaver Nuggets (Don't ask...I don't know)! Wasabi Peas Peanut Patties (brittle) Pecan Log (UH! Amazing!) and MORE!!!!
Luling's Original Farmer's Market
700-798 FM1322
Top Notch Liquor
401 E Davis St
Eclectic little antique shops and novelty shops with all kinds of cool stuff!
9 recommandé par les habitants
Gruene Texas
1601 Hunter Road
9 recommandé par les habitants
Eclectic little antique shops and novelty shops with all kinds of cool stuff!

Essentials

All your basic necessities can be found here.
7 recommandé par les habitants
H-E-B
1340 East Court Street
7 recommandé par les habitants
All your basic necessities can be found here.

Entertainment & Activities

Rock climbing wall, water park, video games, roller coaster, multi-level track, parachute drop, roller coaster and flight simulator, dizzy Toucan, trampoline thing, silo climb, jungle playground, mad raft, viper launch and viper's tail rides!
12 recommandé par les habitants
ZDT's Amusement Park
301 W Kingsbury St
12 recommandé par les habitants
Rock climbing wall, water park, video games, roller coaster, multi-level track, parachute drop, roller coaster and flight simulator, dizzy Toucan, trampoline thing, silo climb, jungle playground, mad raft, viper launch and viper's tail rides!

Parks & Nature

Hiking, river tubing, festivals, sand volleyball, horseshoe pit, playground, mini golf, fishing, hayrides (Memorial & Labor day), river shuttle and more!
Leisure Resort
1 River Ln
Hiking, river tubing, festivals, sand volleyball, horseshoe pit, playground, mini golf, fishing, hayrides (Memorial & Labor day), river shuttle and more!

Drinks & Nightlife

Built back in 1878, by Henry (Heinrich) D. Gruene, Gruene Hall is located in the historical town of Gruene, Texas (now a part of New Braunfels), and identifies itself as "the oldest continually run dance hall in Texas." By design, not much has physically changed since the Hall was first built. The 6,000 square foot dance hall with a high pitched tin roof still has the original layout with side flaps for open air dancing, a bar in the front, a small lighted stage in the back and a huge outdoor garden. Advertisement signs from the 1930s and 1940s still hang in the old hall and around the stage. The hall has been featured in several books including Pat Green's Dancehalls & Dreamers, Gail Folkins' Texas Dance Halls: A Two Step Circuit, Vokac's The Great Towns of America and Schultz's 1000 Places to See Before You Die
170 recommandé par les habitants
Gruene Hall
1281 Gruene Road
170 recommandé par les habitants
Built back in 1878, by Henry (Heinrich) D. Gruene, Gruene Hall is located in the historical town of Gruene, Texas (now a part of New Braunfels), and identifies itself as "the oldest continually run dance hall in Texas." By design, not much has physically changed since the Hall was first built. The 6,000 square foot dance hall with a high pitched tin roof still has the original layout with side flaps for open air dancing, a bar in the front, a small lighted stage in the back and a huge outdoor garden. Advertisement signs from the 1930s and 1940s still hang in the old hall and around the stage. The hall has been featured in several books including Pat Green's Dancehalls & Dreamers, Gail Folkins' Texas Dance Halls: A Two Step Circuit, Vokac's The Great Towns of America and Schultz's 1000 Places to See Before You Die