On the eastern coast of Texas, Rockport is a relaxing town with plenty of visitor attractions. The Fulton Mansion, overlooking Aransas Bay, showcases Second Empire architecture and is included on the National Register of Historic Places. Also visit the Texas Maritime Museum, the Rockport Center for the Arts and Rockport Beach Park, a great place for swimming or fishing.
Things to do in Rockport
4.5 based on 125 reviews
Good coffee and lovely smoothies . Very friendly staff. Happy to have a chat. We tried their pecan brownies. Yum. The place has a nice atmosphere with lovely little sayings on the Wall. So nice to go to a coffee shop that's not a franchise.
4.5 based on 98 reviews
Donutsdatrock! Rockport Donuts has been serving up delicious goodies since 2011! Come in for a tasty treat or a hearty breakfast sandwich!
If the aroma doesn't entice you, the contents of the display cases certainly will. Beautiful and delicious bakery products here, and friendly, attentive staff. I could have done a lot more damage to their inventory if I weren't trying to cut calories!
5 based on 246 reviews
A mobile dining experience like no other! The SteerBurger Grill & Grub is a true "Taste of Texas". All burgers are made with nothing but Fresh Chuck and then seasoned and grilled over an open flame and mesquite briquets. Daily specials, BBQ, and homemade soups. And the friendliest service in the Coastal Bend! We have a small inside dining room and a beautiful deck to relax and enjoy your meal.
First trip ourselves. Lots recommendations, decided to act on them! Thankful we did! Memorable and great tasting.
4.5 based on 339 reviews
We upscale with a friendly atmosphere! Family owned for 17 years. Feel free to walk around and look at the art on the walls. Our bar area opens at 4:30 and we serve Happy Hour specials 4:30-6:30 every day except Saturday.
My family and I have been coming to Rockport for over 25 years. We absolutely love it and will continue to support it. This was a terrible experience from the we walked in the door. The hostess ‘whispered’ under her breath “oh, no here come the spring breakers.’ I guess because we were a family...
Nope! We’re not spring breakers. We a family that loves Rockport and are trying to support it. We lost our home in Houston in Harvey. We’re now living 70 miles out of Houston in Bleiblerville in a small farmhouse homeschooling our kids... which is why we’re here during the week. Our waiter complained several times about how difficult it was for him and the other waitress to wait on all the tables alone...there were 4 tables in the entire restaurant. At the end of dinner he requested we quickly pay our tab as he wanted to leave for the night. We did pay quickly and leave. So...next week IS my college age daughter’s spring break but we will not burden Latitude with our business.
4.5 based on 150 reviews
This place is temporarily closed due to a natural disaster. Due to the devastation of hurricane Harvey we are relocating into our neighboring city of Rockport, Texas. Our menu will remain the same. Serving the best local Gulf Seafood, Boars Head brand Deli Sandwiches, fresh soups, chowders, homemade desserts, wine and ice cold beer.
We stopped by for lunch. My shrimp coctail and house salad were awesome. I loved the shrimp coctail sauce with the avocados, tomatoes, and cilantro. My husband had the Captain Morgan shrimp. His was so-so, could have used something to spice it up! That is why the review is rated a 4 instead of a 5. We will definitely be back!
4 based on 547 reviews
This area is still trying to come back after Hurricane Harvey. I was in town chasing Whooping Cranes . This restaurant just opened its doors the week before I entered town. The kitchen was not fully done and dinners were being cooked in a food truck outside of the building. Didn't matter, food was delicious. I would have liked it a bit warmer, but those poor waitresses had to carry the food from outside in the parking lot up the ramps into the restaurant. The food was not that cold, just not as hot if it hadn't started from the cool night air. They covered the dishes, but it was a bit breezy that night. Did I say the food was delicious? I am sure the kitchen is done by now and the food will be hotter. Win list very good. Will be definitely dine there again when back in town.
4 based on 228 reviews
Fishing buddies meet in Rockport a few times a year. Found Shempy's this trip. Seafood was outstanding. This is a very small grill where locals eat. Our kind of place. Louisiana style of seafood from owners who are from Louisiana. Hate to write a review. Afraid they will be discovered and ruined for the locals. Great food. Enough said.
4 based on 243 reviews
You go into this restaurant, and order right up front and pay. ll bring the food to you.
They wiSuddenly as we sat down, the locals started arriving and saving seats for family and friends. This place filled up fast! We ordered a pizza with mushrooms, Pepperoni and black olives. The crust is very thin and crispy, and the whole pizza was delicious. We also each had a small salad, nothing to brag about. A beer and a glass of wine finished up our meal. Glad we chose Panjo's.
4.5 based on 138 reviews
The pizza is suppose to be so wonderful...where have these people been eating? The pizza was tasteless, expensive and rather small.
The waitstaff was typically rude and uncaring.
Had to believe this expensive little place has such plane food.
Wish it was better, but it isn't.
4 based on 248 reviews
(361) 729-3952, Steak Houses, Seafood Restaurants, Mexican Restaurants
I am a local and been a lover of Los Comales for several years. Unless they do something with their food they have lost me as a frequent customer. I visited yesterday for lunch and everything we ordered had absolutely no flavor. It was all bland. I couldn't even taste salt or pepper. I know that they changed their Spanish rice not long ago and added in corn, but that has becomes less and less, in fact, there was only one kernel of corn in my serving. Where's the spice? Where's the flavor, that makes food Mexican? My hopes are that they aren't blanding things down to suit our beloved northern Texans. There wasn't very many people sitting and the service was still down. I go out to eat Mexican food for Mexican flavors....
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