It’s what’s for supper.
Which is another name for lunch.
Manger le boeuf.
After all, this is a ranching community.
Raising cattle for more than 100 years.
And if you don’t raise your own, you can buy from those who do.
There’s locally-grown, grass-fed, all natural beef from ML Farm.
Roasts, ground beef, steaks.
They sell it at the Farmer’s Market on Saturdays from 5-7p.m.
Held behind Santos Taqueria.
It’s also available at The Green House.
There’s locally-grown Longhorn ground beef from Streeter.
Also for sale at the Farmer’s Market.
And available at Mason Monograms.
Come la carne.
Every eating establishment in town offers beef in one form or another.
The Square Plate has a loyal following for their meatloaf.
Rico’s serves beef Mexican or American style.
Texas Deadwood BBQ wouldn’t be barbecue without it.
Same with Cooper’s BBQ.
Don’t go home without some.
And then there’s hamburgers.
Everyone’s all-time favorite.
And Willow Creek Café.
Which also offers ribeye steaks on the weekend.
A plethora of beef dishes can be found all over town.
From Tres Caminos.
To Mi Pueblo.
To Santos Taqueria.
Or go Italian.
Sprinkle ground beef on your custom-made pizza at Lea Lou’s.
And check out Keller’s Guns & Grits.
The new place in town.
With a name like that, it’s bound to have beef.
Essen Sie das Rindfleisch.
Renee Walker is a poet, writer, and real estate broker on the Square with her canine assistant, Buster.