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Bar
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“So good. Get some barbecue at the drive-thru window, then picnic in Landa Park. Be sure to order a tea. Closed Sundays (which I always forget until I get down there).”
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Sushi-Restaurant
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“Great sushi and wine. The owner is often making her rounds to ensure her guests are satisfied with the service and food. ”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
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“El Nopalito Mexican Food Restaurant #1 was started by Guadalupe in 1996 after his son William was born. Before starting his own Texmex Restaurant, Guadalupe got his start in the food industry in Austin, Texas. After moving to New Braunfels, he worked with his aunt in in her restaurant before opening El Nopalito #1. After much success, he opened El Nopalito #2 in 2010 and El Nopalito #3 in 2012. El Nopalito is a family owned business with family running his establishments serving authentic TEX-MEX family recipes.”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
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Restaurant
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Restaurant
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
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“Some of the best Mexican food we have had here, plus service has always been good. ”
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Italienisches Restaurant
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“Quality food in a nice setting, Gennaro's offers a great date night venue. ”
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Bar
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Café
“Smoothies, veggie juices, salads, wraps. Some organic produce. Great food. Personal service. Stop in before/after your river tubing float for a snack.”
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Café
“Another free live music venue is just two doors down from Gruene Hall. Outdoor picnic table seating under the trees is a favorite spot to listen to live music. Best time to go is Sunday after church.”
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Bar
“Welcome to the family owned and operated Friesenhaus German Restaurant and Bakery located in the heart of New Braunfels! German family Dirks arrived in 2004 to open the German restaurant Friesenhaus in the former Krause’s Café building. After a long remodeling process, the Friesenhaus finally opened its doors on March 7, 2006. Why call it Friesenhaus? The Dirks family descended from a northern region of Germany bordering the North Sea called “Friesland,” so Friesenhaus means the “House of the Frisians.” This region of Germany is best known for delicious fish specialties such as “Rollmops” and a strong, black “Ostfriesen” hot tea, which is mixed in-house as the “Friesenhaus Original” tea serv”
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Restaurant
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“The breakfast tacos at this restaurant are amazing. One taco is all you need, no matter how hungry you are. ”
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Café
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“Walking distance, good coffee, lots of airy space, and also a good variety of other drinks and food.”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
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“Mamacita's proudly represents the architectural style of three great cultures: Persian, Spanish, and Mexican. In the 7th century Arabian horseman invaded north Africa and western Europe by way of Morocco, then becoming knowing as the "Moors". The Moors ruled parts of northern Europe and Spain for 800 years until, in 1492, Spanish King Ferdinand and his queen Isabella came to power. The Moors left a rich and decorative cultural legacy that influenced Spanish art and architecture. ”
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