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JW’s Restaurant in Carmine

Everything about JW’s, from the rustic wood walls and casual décor to the friendly service (and the legendary homemade onion rings), invites people to “come as you are.” And they do.

Pop a Top Bottle Shop Round Top

Shoppers who enjoy fine wine, craft beer and superlative spirits will flip their lids for Pop A Top Bottle Shop Too located on Henkel Square in Round Top. “People come to Round Top for one-of-a-kind finds and experiences,” said Tiffany

Round Top’s The Venue

Exciting change is in the air at Round Top's The Venue, as veteran antiques entrepreneur Wesley Beard brings his vision for the 40-plus acre site, located just north of Round Top, to life. “Fall 2019 marks the second time, I’ve gotten

Christina Mitchell at Abejas Round Top

Q&A with Christina Mitchell at Abejas Round Top When will you open? We will have a soft opening Sept. 1 and will have a grand opening party on Oct. 1, the same day as Marburger Farm Antiques Show’s opening date.

Spousework at the Humble Donkey Studio

John and Laurie Lowery, the husband and wife team who co-own Humble Donkey Studio in Round Top, never intended to work together. “Of the two of us, I’m the artist—and I had always wanted a gallery,” said John, who also founded and owns

The Silos @ 159

The Silos at 159, located between Round Top and La Grange, inspire guests with one-of-a-kind rustic farmhouse style. “Everyone who comes to Round Top, especially during the antiques show, is searching for unique, one-of-kind-pieces,”

Lazy Q Ranch

Tucked between FM 153 and the Colorado River, the Lazy Q Ranch is a picturesque setting with pine trees mixed with oaks, cedars, elevation changes, big skies, and the expected Fayette County flora and fauna. Unseen from the main road,…

Kooper Family Whiskey Company

Troy and Michelle Kooper, owners of the Kooper Family Whiskey Company in Ledbetter, found the meaning of life in a whiskey barrel. “We found something we wanted to do—and did it at all costs,” said Troy, whose career in…