New Hot Spots Around Kerrville
One of Kerrville’s newest hot spots, Heritage Kitchen, is shaking things up on the local dining scene by using some of the state’s best ingredients like specialty cheeses and olive oil soda. (The oversized chalkboard hanging behind the counter tells you where the ingredients come from within the Lone Star State.) And it doesn’t hurt that chef Matt Lopez was born and raised in Hill Country, so he knows where to find the best, locally sourced ingredients, which has helped him create a farm-to-table menu that gives any restaurant in Texas a run for its money. Chef Lopez changes the menu seasonally, so whenever you visit for brunch or dinner know that you’re getting the best the region has to offer during that time of year, and be sure to peek into the open kitchen and see where, as they say, the magic happens.
Another new spot in town, The Humble Fork, located on Water Street, isn’t your typical Central Texas restaurant. Expect avocado fries, mini pulled pork tostadas, country fried steak, a meaty cut of rib-eye steak and one of the most talked about burgers in town. This place might be new, but it’s already made a name for itself among locals as one of the hottest places in town to enjoy brunch or dinner. Expect warm-wood vibes, cozy booths and friendly service. The Humble Fork has pulled out all the stops to make the diner a place worth bringing the whole family to.
As you can see, there are plenty of restaurants, both old and new, for foodies to check out in Kerrville, Texas. Spots that offer everything, from world-class wine and Texas beer to locally sourced farm-to-table cuisine. In Kerrville, you’ll find the best Hill Country cooking anywhere in the state, making it a place worth visiting, even if it’s just for a bite.