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Vineyard Blogpost

A weekend in Fredericksburg unfurls like one of its many vineyards. There is a surprising amount to take in with activity of every varietal. As the locals can attest, it is a place to be experienced again and again. We’ll dine on family fare, pop into the odd shop, and maybe even open a bottle or two of fine local vino. Willkommen, Fredericksburg awaits.

 

Food and drinks

Old German Bakery

Enjoy a hearty breakfast served with a side of heritage. [Link]

Bistro at Vaudeville

Refined selections next to a retail showroom and art gallery. We recommend the charcuterie. [Link]

Otto’s

Duck Schnitzel, Wurst Plate (it’s the best in fact), Meatballs with beet jam. It’s fine German dining and it’s open late. [Link]

Treaty House Piano Bar

A piano bar that serves fine tapas in a elegant but casual setting that captures quintessential Fredericksburg. [Link]

 

Shopping

Carol Hicks Bolton

This purveyor of fine antiques is a popular place both to window shop and curate fine pieces for home. [Link]

Blackchalk Home and Laundry

Fine decor with a casual, chic sensibility. [Link]

 

Wine

1851 Vineyards

This favorite stop on the Highway 290 wine trail is family run and a historic landmark. [Link]

Lincoln St Wine Market

Take in some live music with your favorite varietal. Centrally located just steps away from Main Street. [Link]

 

Hill Country

Enchanted Rock

People come from all over to hike, camp and generally appreciate the natural beauty of the Texas Hill Country. For most Texans, it’s a destination. For Fredericksburg, it’s right here at home. [Link]


There’s beauty to see and even more to experience here in Fredericksburg. Visit soon; you may just find your peace of home.