Enjoy family friendly concerts at Shade’s Cafe this summer. Tickets for all Live on the Lawn shows will be $15 advance purchase or $20 at the door. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets, and enjoy a cold beverage while listening to great music. Kids are welcome, as are leashed dogs. No coolers allowed, but Shade’s Cafe will be serving up cold beer and frosty margaritas.
Archives for June 2013
If you’re staying close to home for Independence Day or happen to be visiting the Lake Travis area, here’s a rundown of some area celebrations going on in honor of the special day:
Bee Cave Hill Country Galleria Celebration
This free Independence Day celebration is happening on Saturday June 29th and will feature more than 75 local art vendors, live music, festival food, a kids area and petting zoo, and of course, fireworks! Arrive early to enjoy the newly added water games.
Walking your dog, letting the kids run around or just taking in a breezy afternoon doesn’t get any easier than this.
Pull into the City of Bee Cave Central Park and you’ll see that while there is plenty to do at this jewel of outdoor space, there’s also lots of room for plenty of down time.
Located just off the intersection of Ranch Road 620 and Bee Cave Parkway (map) in the city of Bee Cave, Central Park is home to nearly two miles of paved trail that winds its way across the length of the park.
In the heart of Bee Cave, you’ll find a shopping, dining, and entertainment mecca surrounded by the beautiful Texas Hill Country, aptly named the Hill Country Galleria.
Whether you plan on spending the whole day or just a quick in-and-out, shopping the open-air pathways of the Hill Country Galleria is an experience that will keep you coming back for more.
Have you been to the food trailers in Bee Cave lately? After a morning of working in the home office, I opened up the refrigerator to grab some lunch and came up short. So I decided to make a run to Whole Foods at the Hill Country Galleria to stock up on some food for the week.
A while back, I came across some info on the Way Out West Austin blog about a new food trailer moving into the space where Hey Cupcake used to be. So I decided to check it out and stop for lunch on my way to Whole Foods.
The food trailer I’m talking about is the Dock & Roll Diner. This was my first visit to Dock & Roll, so it was recommended that I try their signature dish, The “Maine” Event—a freshly baked, toasted roll piled high with Maine style lobster and dressed very lightly with Dock & Roll mayo and lemon butter. A few chives sprinkled on top add some nice color.