Have a festive weekend with live music at Redbud Cafe:
Hear live music at Redbud Cafe every Friday and Saturday evening!
Our kitchen closes at 9:00 pm both evenings; drinks and bakery items served till 9:30 pm on Saturday evenings.
Music this Weekend
- Friday,December 7, 6:30pm – 9:00pm: Gerry Burns
- Saturday, December 8, 7:00pm – 9:30pm: Paul Cash
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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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Blanco is a great place to #shopsmall for handmade holiday gifts and cards. Parking is ample and the people are friendly… PLUS, when you buy from locally made, or fair trade craftspeople, not only have you acquired a beautiful handcrafted work of art, you are also helping to put food on their table.
Check out Brieger Pottery, right next door to Redbud Cafe. You’ll find handmade pottery, cards, and jewelry, plus a full selection of our own Hill Country Lavender products and beautiful handmade gift items from across the globe.
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Art at Redbud Cafe
Now showing at Redbud Cafe
We are so happy to have the work of Green Dog Studio – Candice Granger and Jim Bob Salazar – on the wall at Redbud Cafe. Come in to see these amazingly innovative works in clay . They’ll be on display and available for purchase through the end of December. In addition to their tiles and platters on the wall, their functional ceramics are also featured regularly at Brieger Pottery, next door to the cafe.
Wall Tiles + Platters by Green Dog Studio – Candice and Jim Bob Salazar
About Green Dog Studio
Jim Bob and Candice quit their “real” jobs to pursue art full time. They sold their house, renovated an old school bus for a home and built a studio out in the country in Gonzales County. Six years, two kids, 4 dogs, 1 cat, 18 chickens, 26 goats and 2 fish later, they are still living their dream of doing what they love.
In their work, they are exploring ways to alter the clay surface using various found objects: gears, bobbins, knobs, you name it, they have probably tried pressing it into clay. Although their work is similar in textures, they break free from each other in their color pallets. Jim Bob uses a monochromatic color scheme to make his precisely placed texture compliment the color of the clay. As opposed to Candice, who uses acrylics to wash the clay surface of shades of every color she can get her hands on.
They are both extremely grateful that they get to wake up and walk to their studio each day to explore their clay journey together.
All the work on the wall at Redbud Cafe is available for purchase through Brieger Pottery. Ask for assistance with purchase, at Redbud’s counter or next door at Brieger Pottery.
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