March Madness: Weekend Options
This came into my inbox this morning from South West Texas Live. It's a plug for a Texas Hill Country BBQ joint that I've never heard of called Garven Store. Why do I post it here? It's for a purely selfish reason, I want to remember to try it on my next visit to the Texas Hill Country.
Before giving you the article here is a quick updates on March Madness: Dinner Thursday night was fussilli with a home made olognese sauce. Dinner Friday: Shrimp Scampi with Angel hair pasta. Tonight I may be breaking out the old Weber Kettle and grilling some chicken thighs or going skating at the new Lola Staar Roller Rink in the historic Child's Restaurant building in Coney Island. We'll see.
ROAD TRIP to THE TEXAS HILL COUNTRY (Garven Store)
By Border Smiley - Posted on March 21st, 2008
Garven Store is one of the oldest remaining conveniences stores in Texas and has been a family business there since 1932-- it's over 70 years old!
You must check out the BBQ brisket and sausage have become known as the "Best BBQ in Texas". Not only is their BBQ out of this world, but their jerky, dried sausage, and cheddar cheese is JUST as popular.
Garven Store has prepared new RESTROOM for extra convenience while traveling toward and in the Texas Hill Country.
If you're in need of meat, a treat, or a place to rest your feet, you can be sure everyone's welcome at Garven Store!
PARK it here, and spend some time on making history! on your next trip...Biker's you Must ride the 3 Sisters and pick up the FREE MAP at Garven's Store.
Thanks to GARVEN's STORE for this information...OPEN Mon- Sat 8 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Sunday's 9:30 - 6 :p.m.
Photograph of the Garven Store courtesy of The Garven Store