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Old 10-10-2009, 08:52 PM   #41
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Of the rural areas/smaller cities we usually visit, only 1 in 10 at most has a decent bakery.
I'm sure you are familiar with these guys down the road from you: Haby's Bakery, Castroville Texas
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Old 10-10-2009, 09:12 PM   #42
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I'm sure you are familiar with these guys down the road from you: Haby's Bakery, Castroville Texas
Nope! Missed that one!

I know Castroville is renowned for their Alsatian haute-cuisine. I went to a restaurant with my parents decades ago and it was pretty fine.

It's a lovely little town, and I think a decent RV park in the vicinity. We usually end up in Garner State Park which is why we don't tend to stay there. We'll definitely have to check out the bakery.

Fredericksburg has several German bakeries, but none of them is so outstanding that it has us making a bakery run.

So far the best bakery we've found in the TX Hill Country is Brothers Bakery and Cafe in Marble Falls, TX.

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Old 10-10-2009, 09:22 PM   #43
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So far the best bakery we've found in the TX Hill Country is Brothers Bakery and Cafe in Marble Falls, TX.
No arguement here! Brothers are is great!
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