In Round Top, you will find quaint shops
like Richard Schmidt’s, Lark, Curate, Townsend Provisions, The Blacksmith shop, Tutu and Lili’s, The Gallery at Round Top, The Copper Shade, The Humble Donkey, Mimi Bella, Old Glory, Cowgirl Junky’s and so much more! The local eateries include places like Royer’s, Royer’s Pie Haven, The Garden Co., Espressions, Prost, Mandito’s Tex Mex (and brunch!), Lulu’s Italian (and wine!), The Stone Cellar, and Teague’s Tavern (Texas Eats ‘n Drinks!). Venture out to Texas 237 to find a whole string of Antique shops, each with their unique charm and story to tell. Several wineries can also be found in the surrounding areas.
Round Top offers fun year-round and during Antique Weeks is when things get really exciting, so be sure to book early to secure your lodging. Please note that the Antique Weeks is three weeks long and twice a year in the Spring and Fall. Lots of incredible shopping begins two weeks before the opening of Marburger and the Big Red Barn. We recommend booking at least 1 year in advance for the Antique Weeks because we fill up quickly. Our property is a prime location for antiquing visitors because of the convenience to return easily for a mid-day shopping break and recharge.