“You’re going where?”
That was the reaction of friends when I said I was going to Granbury for a wine festival in April. When I explained that Granbury, 40 miles southwest of Fort Worth, would be a stop on our way to Oklahoma to see family, it didn’t seem like such a crazy plan.
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IF YOU GO
Granbury is in the Brazos River Valley and is accessed via U.S. 377. Frontier folklore and legends, as well as numerous actual wild-west events, make it a favorite destination for history buffs. Lake Granbury, shopping, and wineries are other main attractions.
Trendy venues on the square include: Connie’s (sample fresh popcorn and fudge while searching the racks), Brazos Moon Antiques and Uniques, Paradise Bistro and Coffee Company, Cactus Flower, Red Haute Boutique on the Square, Almost Heaven, and Eighteen Ninety Grill and Lounge.
For more information about Granbury or to plan a trip, visit www.granburytx.com or call 877-936-1201.