Granbury Opera House: Get a little culture in Granbury!
The opera house was a very fun experience. They seem to have a good variety of plays. We went to see Driving Miss Daisy and the acting was very good and the play was funny. The opera house was a bit cold, though! Make sure to take your jacket! Ticket prices range from $16 to $24, so a pretty good deal for a little culture. I recommend it as a fun evening activity in Granbury!
Dress Code: Casual to dressy. We got dressed up, but there were plenty of folks in jeans.
- Theater Travel
- Women's Travel
Eighteen Ninety Restaurant and Lounge: Wine, Food, and History
The Eighteen Ninety Restaurant and Lounge is located in an historic building on the Granbusy Town Square bulit in (can you guess?) 1890! They serve food but I came here to check out the lounge and to have a glass of wine. You can get a glass of wine or buy a bottle (including a Silver Oak 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon for $123). I settled for a nice glass of Pinot Grigio. Stone walls, good wood tables and nice carpet. Comfortable atmosphere.
Dress Code: Fairly casual; but not too wild. This is small town Texas.
- Food and Dining
- Wine Tasting
This is such a cool old art deco styled theatre, right on the square. There is a Retro-Rocket Band who are a resident company of professional entertainers, perform at least three different concerts tiles on a rotating basis.
All Original Productions
The theatre and shows are hugely popular, all the concerts are original productions and are choreographed to live music of the rock'n'roll era. Apparently a standing ovation has followed every performance since its opening in 1999.
Celebration Hall is a very different meeting and special event type live theatre sitting right next to Granbury Live. The hall caters for banquet seating or theatre seating and is fully equipped with a sound system and karaoke stage. They will cater for all kinds of groups and parties.