Our hearts go out to our fellow Texans who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Here are some links for local relief organizations that are working to deliver help in the Gulf Coast areas that were in the path of the hurricane and subsequent flooding:

Coastal Bend Long Term Recovery Group- http://www.coastalbendcan.org/CBDRG

Salvation Army – http://disaster.salvationarmyusa.org/

Austin Pets Alive – https://www.austinpetsalive.org/hurricane-harvey-evacuations/

Texas Diaper Bank – https://texasdiaperbank.networkforgood.com

This Week’s Special


Each week we feature a special menu item. Check our menu board, or give us a call: 830.833.0202.

Look for our DAILY SPECIALS: We feature homemade soups and quiches, sandwiches and entrees, made fresh daily.

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Music this Weekend

Hear live music at Redbud Cafe on Friday and Saturday evenings. Redbud Cafe’s kitchen closes at 9:00pm both evenings; Drinks and bakery items served till 9:30 pm on Saturday evenings.

  • Friday, September 1, 6:30pm – 9:00pm: 54 Strings
  • Saturday, September 2, 7:00 pm – 9:30pm: Chris, Cam & Jimmy

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Art at Redbud Cafe

The Big Bend of Texas – Photographs by Joe Trussell

photograph by Joe Trussell

Look for more stunning photos like this one in Joe Trussell’s collection of black and white photographs on the wall at Redbud Cafe this summer.

All of Joe Trussell’s work on display at Redbud Cafe will be available for purchase through Brieger Pottery.

About the Artist:

I have been going into the Big Bend country for almost 40 years. I first saw it in 1978. My first look at the Chihuahuan desert was the Burro Mesa and Chimneys area of Big Bend National Park. Since most of this desert is located in Mexico, Big Bend represents the largest protected portion of the Chihuahuan desert in the United States and is the reason I go to West Texas. In my opinion there is a beauty in the desert that is best seen in black and white images. This series of photographs covers only a very small section of the Big Bend country, it begins in Terlingua and ends at Santa Elena Canyon.

Joe Trussell – Photographer