Guide to Marble Falls


Marble Falls makes for a Texas Hill Country vacation that's close to home. Founded in 1887, it's steeped in state history, boasts incredible lake views, offers adventurous hike and bike trails to explose, and has a rich Main Street District for eating, drinking and shopping.

They claim that no one can seem to stay for just a day, and we believe it. From quirky Cadillac Bar, "the best little dance hall in Texas,"  to local sourcing lunch restaurant Noon Spoon Café, we've fallen in love with the uniquely Texan charm that both the city and its residents offer.  

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Food, Drinks and Live Music
Some of these spots are a short drive from Marble Falls in Cottonwood Shores, a great area to visit for cocktails and sunset views!

Blue Bonnet Café
Double Horn Brewing
Julie's Cocina (Cottonwood Shores)
Main Street Coffee
Noon Spoon
The Real New Orleans Style Restaurant
On the Rocks (Cottonwood Shores)


Peete Mesquite BBQ
R-Bar and Grill
River City Grille
Saucy's Restaurant &

Tea Thyme Café
Thai Niyom Restaurant


Farms and Wineries
Look up these wineries on a map to see if any will make for a good stop on your drive to Marble Falls. 

Fall Creek Vineyard (Tow)
Flat Creek Estate
Hairston Creek Farm (Burnet)
     -open for farm visits on Sun., September 29
Heart of Texas Wine Tours

Perissos Vineyards (Burnet)
Stone House Vineyard (Spicewood)
Sweet Berry Farm
Texas Hills Vineyard (Johnson City)


Shops & Galleries

Ciao Bella
Ford & Crew
It's All Goode

La Ti Da
Marta Stafford Fine Arts
The Mews
Pottery Ranch
Taste Wine + Art (Johnson City)


Places to Stay

Bella Vista Bed and Breakfast
Cadillac Bar & Ranch (also a dance hall!)
La Quinta Inn (call for special rates for Edible Escape weekend)


Other Resources

Marble Falls Visitor's Center
Sana Vida Wellness Spa & Tea Bar


Find out more about our Edible Escape event in Marble Falls.