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Beautiful scenery, great food, award winning wine, boutique shopping and small town charm awaits in historic Hico, Texas. Just an hour and 45 minutes from Dallas, an hour and change from Fort Worth, an hour west of Waco, and 2 hours and 15 minutes from Austin, Hico is the perfect destination for your Girls Trip Getaway. Housed in the historic Wooden Indian building, browse hand thrown pottery from local artists, handcrafted furnishings, home decor, jewelry, apparel and more. Or if online shopping is more your style, visit their store online at thelacecactus.
There is no shortage of great food when visiting Hico, from authentic Mexican food to upscale Texas cuisine. Gather your friends for Texas style brisket, ribs, turkey, sausage, and sweet tea. Read the Texas Monthly article here. Stop by their porch for fresh homemade baked goods like delicious Southern Pecan Cinnamon Rolls, peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies, Mexican Mocha Brownies, house-roasted coffee, and freshly baked bre. Pick up a jar of local raw tree-pollen honey, harvested in Hico by Texas Range Honey. Or browse their selection of pickles, preserves, and salsa, all available at their Market on the Porch.
Travelers and locals alike enjoy the two story restaurant with a second floor patio overlooking downtown. Sip on margaritas or beer from the bar, and enjoy fresh tacos, enchiladas or fajitas. Stop by for traditional Tex-Mex including tacos, tortas, enchiladas and a buffet. T here are plenty of unique places to stay after a long day of shopping, exploring and playing in historic Hico, Texas.
If you want to stay downtown, the Midland Hotel and Upstairs Inn are both fantastic options for a clean, comfortable, luxurious Texas stay. For a traditional bed and breakfast, a stay at the Cactus Flower Guest House is a must! A private room with breakfast served when you wake up … can it get better than that? This go at your own pace run is deed to bring people together, no matter your fitness level. After the community run, take a seat at Flacas for breakfast. Flacas is a local bodega and eatery serving local handcrafted food for breakfast and lunch.
For breakfast, start out with a bowl of steel cut oatmeal, a yogurt parfait, breakfast tacos, a smoothie or breakfast sandwich. After breakfast, browse the art gallery in the back, or grab something to-go from the local food market, featuring Armagh Creamery Organic Yogurt , Chapman 3C beef , or soda from nearby Dublin Bottling Works. The climbing gym is housed in a converted grain silo with climbing inside and outside. Test your strength and agility on the obstacle course and low ropes course or take a trip on the zip line.
Take a leisurely stroll on the tree-lined walking trail that meanders along the Bosque River, or read a book at one of the many covered tables overlooking the river. Lunch time is the best time, and for an authentic Texas lunch, stop by Eis for sandwiches, like the smoked chicken salad on jalapeno sourdough bread, or grab a fresh salad with green leaf lettuce and fresh veggies.
Eis is the place for ice cream, including build-your-own ice cream sandwiches with fresh baked cookies. For lunch on the go, stop by the Lenchaz Taqueria food truck for handmade tortillas, street tacos, rice bowls, and much more.
After lunch, grab your friends and head over to Hico Mercantile , a collection of shops housed in the historic two-story Opera House. Taking a walk through the limestone building is like stepping back in time, and you can do just that at the Hico Retrospective Museum, upstairs in Blue Star Trading. Historical Hico photographs, artifacts and more are on display. The museum also doubles as a space for hosting events. Stop in for a wine tasting or grab a few bottles of award winning premium dry wines to enjoy at home. The hotel houses The Chop House restaurant and Saloon, serving modern Texas cuisine including fresh fish, steaks, housemade pasta and sal along with craft cocktails and an extensive beer and wine list.
Grab a seat at the bar, or call ahead for reservations at Grab a hot or iced coffee, tea, boba tea, or fresh handmade baked goods from the historic home turned coffee shop. The local shop is thoughtfully deed with original hardwood floors, shiplap, multiple fireplaces, and multiple seating areas that encourage you to sit and stay awhile.
Before you leave town, end your trip on a sweet note at Wiseman House Chocolates. Discover gourmet handmade chocolate like truffles, almond toffee, chocolate covered almonds, along with unique gifts, all set in a beautifully restored Victorian home. Stop by for a piece or a whole pie on your way out of town. Not to be overlooked, Hico Popcorn Works offers many different flavors of popcorn, all popped in house.
A visit to their store is worth it just for the smell of fresh popcorn popping. Hico is a small town in Texas full of historical charm, wide open spaces, fantastic food, great shopping, fun outdoor activities, and wonderful people.
Only an hour and 20 minutes from Fort Worth, an hour and 45 minutes from Dallas, and 2 hours from Austin, your getaway to Hico is just a short drive away. Deed by Green Canoe Digital Solutions. Hit enter to search or ESC to close. Girls Trip Getaway to Hico, Texas.
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Girls Trip Getaway to Hico, Texas