Here are some shots of a fundraiser we attended in Cuero in April of 2013. Money was being raised to build an addition to the medical facilities in town. In the process, folks had a lot of fun.
The Cuero "Gobblers" have a strong football program going, as evidenced by the championships shown on their signboard.
This was right across the street from the B & B where we stayed. Unfortunately due to the busy schedule we had we were not able to go inside the museum but only looked around the outside, which is photographed below. The inside is on our list of things to do on our next visit for sure.
Hours: Wed-Friday 9 to 4 (closed over the noon hour), Sundays 2 - 5 pm (In April they are open every day except Easter Sunday.)
NOTE: TO SEE PICS OF THE MUSEUM ITSELF (at least the exterior!) JUST CLICK ON THE PHOTO.
308 Park Heights Drive, Cuero, Texas, 77954, United States
Good for: Families
Ambience? Simple but good. Laid back, down home feeling to it. They offer everything from steak, to burgers, to TexMex, to southern veggies, and it's all good. Their lunch specials are very good, and filling. The parking lot is always full, but there's plenty of room inside.
Favorite Dish: Hubbie likes their gravy steak. I liked their enchiladas.
When you walk into a restaurant that says "Mexican Food" there's really no telling what you're going to find. True TexMex is sometimes really hard to find. Rosie's is one of the better TexMex Restaurants I've been to. The only problem with it is that you're going to have to walk to get to it. There is not much parking on the street in front of it, and it is not uncommon to have to park two, or even three or more blocks away. It is one of the most popular local restaurants, and for good reason. The food is great. The service is good. The ambience is busy, crowded, casual, and friendly.
Favorite Dish: Puffy Tacos. If you've never had a puffy taco, you really should try one. Rosie's has great puffy tacos!
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