Hill Top Cafe

10661 Hwy. 87 N., Fredericksburg, 78624, 830/997-8922

John Anderson

A blackboard menu offers a range of ethnicities, from Greek to Cajun/Creole to Southern comfort. Start with some blue crab cakes; move on toward the Port Arthur shrimp gumbo; make a pivotal decision at the entree fork in the road between a Blind Pig sandwich or chicken-fried steak; and arrive, still willing and able, at the blackberry pie and Italian cream cake finish line.
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The Story Behind the Menu

Hill Top Cafe dishes up down-home fare with authentic Texas origins

Virginia B. Wood, July 19, 2012

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