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We stopped twice today at this location. The first was for a cookie and an apple turnover. The Turnover and sample of apple butter were delicious and full of spices.
We then stopped for lunch on the way back through towards Bandera. I had the...More
Great place to visit! We were there when the cafe was open (11 - 3) and had their special (chicken pot pie) for lunch. Huge portion that was really tasty. Then hit their bakery for a take home treat. Combined it with a trip to...More
We stopped here on a Hill Country trip and it was quite crowded. It was very confusing walking in because no one explains anything if you're interested in eating here. Their retail store was not unlike dozens of others in Hill Country. There was an...More
My friends and I decided to take a drive around the Hill Country. We ended up in Medina and stopped at this place. Im glad we did. As soon as you step in, it smells like fresh apple pie. They have several treats made from...More
We were riding through the Texas hill country and needed a pit stop and in the middle of the Texas hill country we found an oasis w/lots of unique gifts and treats. and Clean Rest rooms for the ladies! They have great apple flavored home...More
I have been coming here for the past 3yrs and will continue. These people have the best apple pie in the world. Everything here is amazing, my daughter is hooked on the apple coffee and especially the apple ice cream. I have gotten my family...More
I had read the reviews of the Apple Store before we went here and thought it might be kinda hokey. However we did stop here and upon entering were totally drawn in with the delightful aromas of baked goods. We nosed around and wound up...More
So I went with three other ladies to have lunch after hiking. The folks ahead of us and my friends ordered ahead of me and were told to sit, their food would be brought to them and were given white slips with their orders on...More