You'll be rewarded with fresh, delicious breakfast food, plus a healthy and inviting selection of soups, salads, and sandwiches.
In addition to the sandwiches on fresh bread, daily soups, and hand-tossed salads, you'll find tasty pastries.
A staple on the country circuit since 1997, Poodie’s is one of those Spicewood haunts that’s paid its dues. Booze, burgers, and a little Western swing have cured even the most broken of cowboy hearts – and no one’s talking about retiring that remedy, Willie Nelson included. Named for the Red-Headed Stranger’s late stage manager, Randall “Poodie” Locke, the old bar has come to mean more than just nights of debauchery on the road. It’s a nearby escape, one you can take any time you choose. 300 seats. No kids.
This friendly spot offers a little something for everyone – weekend breakfast, live music, a flat-screen TV for sports fans, karaoke on Thursdays, and bar-tab bingo.
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