12 restaurants that opened in New Braunfels in 2020, 2 coming in 2021

Courtesy Mi Frijoles
Courtesy Mi Frijoles

Courtesy Mi Frijoles

Throughout New Braunfels many dining establishments opened in 2020, and some scheduled to open in 2021. Listed below are several establishments that made their way into the area recently. The following list is noncomprehensive.

American

Bill Miller BBQ

17600 IH 35 S.

830-632-5272


www.billmillerbbq.com

The Concession Stand

2348 Gruene Lake Drive, Ste. A

www.facebook.com/The-Concession-Stand-109617674194845/

New Braunfels Biscuit Co.

1528 E. Common St., Ste. 2

830-387-4894

www.facebook.com/thebiscuitnb

P. Terry’s

1210 I-35

www.pterrys.com

Wild Water Seafood Kitchen

486 Landa St.

409-330-0328

www.facebook.com/WWSeafoodKitchen

Willy B’s Burgers and Pizza

2188 Hwy. 46

830-627-9009

www.willybsa.com

Chains

KFC

240 FM 306

830-632-3503

www.kfc.com

Subway

1761 S. Hwy. 46

830-620-4442

www.subway.com

True Texas BBQ

2965 I-35

830-312-5700

www.heb.com

Mexican

10 Mi Frijoles

123 S. Union Ave.

830-515-3503

www.facebook.com/mifrijoles

COMING Early 2021

Pizza

Above Ground Pizza

311 FM 306, Ste. 2B

www.abovegroundpizza.com

COMING Early 2021

Marco’s Pizza

2084 Central Plaza, Ste. 101

830-302-4850

www.marcos.com

Rapid Fired Pizza

1761 Hwy. 46, Ste. 107

800-465-9910

www.rapidfiredpizza.com

Other

Creations Catering

2031 Central Plaza, Ste. 107

210-849-5794

www.creationscateringtx.com
By Lauren Canterberry
Lauren began covering New Braunfels for Community Impact Newspaper in 2019. Her reporting focuses on education, development, breaking news and community interest stories. Lauren is originally from South Carolina and is a graduate of the University of Georgia.


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