Texas Beef Traders opened March 16 in Lakeway Town Center at 2127 Lohmans Crossing Road, Ste. 310, Lakeway, offering customers a ranch-to-table experience. The family-owned shop sells locally sourced, high-quality beef products hand selected by nearby Hill Country ranchers. The beef is dry-aged for a minimum of 14 days, flash frozen and vacuumed sealed to ensure quality and freshness. Texas Beef Traders is owned by Lakeway residents Woody and Rebecca Fluharty who said they have a passion for bringing together friends, family and the community through amazing food. 737-209-0309. www.texasbeeftraders.com
Texas Beef Traders opens in Lakeway offering customers a ranch-to-table experience
Texas Beef Traders is now open in Lakeway. (Courtesy Texas Beef Traders)
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