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New Braunfels has long been known for a great Venue spot for Americanna and country music. The clubs are a little spread out and New Braunfels police are known for DWI's. Call Tony's Taxi for a ride. They will tell you which bands are playing , and can direct your group to where they will have the most fun. On the plaza you have The Kork wine bar, The Piano Bar, The Oyster Bar, Scores Sports Bar, The Black Whale, and Callhans. All of these are within walking distance of each other and our favorites of the locals. You might also call Tony's Taxi to run you over to Gruene home of Gruene Hall. The oldest dance hall in Texas and known to give so many country stars thier start. Billy's Ice House on the loop is always packed and free to get in, with live music nightly. Just remember Don't Drink and Drive call Tony's Taxi for a ride. www.tonystaxi.com
Dress Code: New Braunfels is a river town pretty much anything goes.
Written Sep 9, 2009
I am not much of a piano bar fan, but this place has such a cool vibe-interesting artwork, antique furnishings, intimate seating and dark corners. There is a nice courtyard outside if the smoke gets to you.
Dress Code: No dress code
Written Dec 20, 2006
Address: 295 East San Antonio
Phone: 830 708-5411
This is one of the truly unique nightspots in Texas. There is nowhere else to compare with this place. Opened in 1878, this venerable club has hosted many of the great Texan musicians, to include Joe Ely, Delbert McClinton, George Strait, Lyle Lovett, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, and countless others.
Dress Code: Casual. Western wear is appropriate.
Written Oct 8, 2006
Address: 1281 Gruene Rd, New Braunfels, Texas 78130
Bubba's Big Deck is a casual river hang-out. The beer is cold, you can byob, and on Thursdays (Biker Night), the free dinner is awesome (locals usually bring a side dish). The deck is just off the shore so there's plenty of people watching. During summer there is on-site b-b-q and smoked food.
Dress Code: Very casual
Updated Mar 3, 2006
Address: on the river at the bridge in Greune, TX
I the basement of a very old bed and b'fast (patio in warm weather). Nice furnishings, piano/keyboard, singer, great place to have a conversation, or act silly. Great staff, so far the best chocolate martini ever! They have a cpl televisions.
Dress Code: Nice casual
Written Jan 28, 2006
If you like good music and beer this is a great place to be! There's a real friendly atmosphere here! Take a look at my travelogue to see more pictures of the Icehouse!
Written Oct 4, 2002
2 Reviews and 164 Opinions Be warned, while the hotel and grounds are beautiful, STAY AT YOUR OWN RISK. My car's driver's...
1 Review and 46 Opinions This is neither the most luxurious nor the most historic hotel in Texas but it is worth a stay for...
4 Reviews and 49 Opinions When I arrived we checked in and gave the attendent our c.c. info. We settled in and later went...