Bullard is a town in Smith and Cherokee Counties in the U.S. state of Texas. It lies at the intersection of U.S. Route 69 and Farm-to-Market Roads 2137, 2493, and 344, about 15 miles (24 km) south of Tyler. The population was 2,463 at the 2010 census, up from 1,150 at the 2000 census.
Things to do in Bullard
4.5 based on 321 reviews
We had heard of this place and were amazed at the long line of cars going through the drive through window. We found our way to the walk up window which was nice. I noticed there was a lovely sitting area behind the store which would be lovely in warmer weather (other than 40 degrees in December!).
I tried the apple pie custard with caramel. It was exactly that - a slice of warm apple pie with custard and caramel spread over the top. Hubbie tried hot fudge ice cream sundae. Was overwhelmingly rich and both of us had more than either one of us could finish.
Not that I will ever return to Andy's Custard, but I would recommend looking for the smallest items available due to the richness of the custard (and the prices). Calories galore!! Enjoy.
4.5 based on 382 reviews
Experience fine dining in the exceptional ambiance of the Restaurant at Kiepersol. Our rustic elegance is perfect for your special evening out, a great party, or just a night out of mingling at our bar and lounge. We serve only the finest foods available from USDA Prime steaks to the freshest seafood. Our wine cellar proudly displays hand-selected, world renowned wines to complement your meal. We are sure you will Experience Excellence at Kiepersol.
Kiepersol is a vineyard restaurant. We go rarely and only to celebrate special occasions. It has excellent food, ambiance and service. Check the menu prices before going to the trouble to drive all the way out there.Hello! In order to maintain the high level of excellence in service, food quality and ambiance Kiepersol is known for, we are constantly shopping and comparing prices but refuse to provide an inferior product to our customer. We hope to see you again soon! Cheers!
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Stopped in here and pleasantly surprised. I had the cheeseburger and fries and it was very good. The portions were good sized, and the fries were sliced from real potatoes. The staff was friendly and my meal was less than $8. I can recommend this place without hesitation.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Excellent burger and fries. My wife had a Turkey burger (good for the non-beef eaters). There are several other options that I must try: meatloaf, pies, salads, etc. Also, they have casseroles for purchase for take away. They do serve breakfast, which I understand is the 'real deal'. Not a lot of seating so it can get crowded at peak hours.
4 based on 109 reviews
My kids and I went on a Saturday night. We enjoyed the live music and the fried Mac and cheese was good but I was not impressed with the BBQ. I got a two meat plate with chopped brisket and ribs. 2 tiny pink ribs and the meat was chewy and sticking to the tiny bone. The brisket was average and also a small portion. The sides we're good, mac and green beans, but for almost $13 I left still hungry. My kids had cheeseburgers and they liked them. Our server was very friendly but I don't think we will be returning. A little further drive and one can get better BBQ in Tyler for the same price.
5 based on 14 reviews
First time here with friends who invited us. Quaint little shop on the side of the highway. Kinda hard to see the sign but once you have been there, you wont forget it. The thin crust meat pizza was hand made and hand tossed. Crust very light and crispy. Plenty of ingredients and very moist and tasty. The salad bar was good, but just average. Potato salad or other similar items could have been added to make it better, but overall it was good. I saw some spaghetti plates that looked fabulous and the portions were huge. That's what I'm trying out next time. Nice menu with lots of choices, all made on location. Very friendly staff too. Will definitely go there again.
3.5 based on 48 reviews
The son of the former owner of El Charro, Gus' continues to present great Mexican food in an intimate setting. Good food and drinks for all!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
The coffee is great. The frappes with a little bit of flavoring definitely are equal or better than Starbucks. This a fantastic spot if you're looking for a local coffee stop.
4 based on 28 reviews
Ate here with my wife and it was pretty good. We shared the ribs and some brisket and all was very good! The sides were also pretty tasty. Our service was great and the staff was very friendly. We would return.
4.5 based on 374 reviews
There are 3 aspects of having a great evening at a restaurant - service, quality of food, and PRICE! FDs has them all in spades. We got there early (5:30) which I highly suggest, and were attended to immediately by Emily. We were served our wine and water promptly and about ten minutes later, our hot meals were presented. I had the delicious "Alaskan Fish and Chips", a friend had the "Salmon and Kale" salad, another served was sirloin and tilapia, another was served a shrimp dish and to top it off, a huge crystal bowl of ice cream, a carmel sauce and a pouring of hot chocolate sauce. No one left anything on their plates. The prices of each dish was the greatest surprise of all. VERY reasonably priced, especially for a dinner meal. To be as busy as they were, the organization of the staff was amazing. Emily concentrated on our needs - more wine, more water or tea. Another set of staff delivered the meals to the table. This left Emily free to help us. FDs does not take reservations. They had a waiting lobby when we left. We shall return to FD since they achieved all the aspects of a quality restaurant.
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