Looking to get to know the area? Here are 10 restaurant profiles published in the San Marcos, Buda and Kyle edition of Community Impact Newspaper in 2018.
Not included in the guide is our January/February profile of The Candy Wraptor Dinosaur Cafe , which closed in September.
Red curry with zucchini, bamboo shoots, bell peppers and fresh basil. (via Marie Albiges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Rogelio and Bernarda Pieto opened Rogelio’s Restaurant in 1998. (via Courtesy Alex Galley)
Greg Devonshire took over Milt’s Pit BBQ from the original owners, Milt Thurkill and Bunny Walling, in 2014. (via Marie Albiges/Community Impact Newspaper)
The Wrangler pizza includes smoked brisket on a barbecue-sauce base with red onions, jalapenos and pico tomatoes, topped with feta cheese and Sriracha. The pizza costs $19 for a medium or $26 for an extra large. (via Nathalie Cohetero/Community Impact Newspaper)
The Hernandez family have owned La Ola Pop Shop for a year.
The new Jalisco’s, near Cabela’s in Buda, is the second of two locations. (via Anna Daugherty/Community Impact Newspaper)
The patio at the Blue Dahlia Bistro in San Marcos is meant to evoke the feeling of a European city. (via Nathalie Cohetero/Community Impact Newspaper)
Owner Robert Reed is a jack-of-all-trades at his restaurants. (via Anna Daugherty/Community Impact Newspaper)
Manager Lourdes Molina, chef Glorio Molina, owner Roland Osario and his son Rino are all part of the team. (via Anna Daugherty/Community Impact Newspaper)
The two Rob Garzas runs the restaurant while Carolina Garza does the books. (via Katharine Jose/Community Impact Newspaper)