San Saba is a city located in Central Texas. It was settled in 1854 and named for its location on the San Saba River. The population was 3,099 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of San Saba County.
Things to do in San Saba
4.5 based on 55 reviews
In small towns, i never know what to expect and this was a pleasant surprise. Super friendly, great customer service topped off a great coffee and breakfast options. I did not try anything beyond breakfast so that will be the focus of my review.
The coffee was really good. I only had straight black coffee. others in my party had other coffee options and were happy. The biggest surprise were the gluten free options. These were fantastic. I tried the muffins and quiche. At times with GF food it can be hit or miss and these were great.
This is for sure the social gathering spot of the downtown. people came in and out and some stayed awhile throughout the morning. Most were known by name and ordered their "usual". truly that charming feel of a small town.
when in San Saba or passing through, this is a must stop. If you happen to stay at the Dofflemeyer Hotel, this is right next to the lobby area. An obvious choice for breakfast.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Youngs Burritos & BBQ is a family owned and operated restaurant founded in April 2015. We specialize in authentic pit BBQ and homemade baked goods and desserts. If you're looking for the most tender and moist brisket you've ever eaten, stop in and give us a try.
Got the barbecue brisket sandwich and potato salad. The sandwich is the best I've had in years. Juicy, flavorful....very lean with just enough fat to make it mouth-watering. Potato salad was very good. Service was outstanding. They seem really interested in making your meal the best it can be. Will definitely go back again.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Happiness is the warm apple fritters! Crunchy on the edges, sweet and tantalizing on the inside, I couldn't get enough of this delightful pastry. The glazed donuts were very good too, but after one bite of the fritter, I was hooked for life. Wish I had one...or three... right now.
3 based on 6 reviews
Ample parking. Ordered @ counter. When asked, we replied the order, peanut buster and blast, was to go. Order was handed off, maybe shift change (4pm). Finally got order and left. No long spoon for peanut buster, only straw, same for blast. Was not impressed with workers.
4 based on 34 reviews
Four friends had lunch after golf in San Saba. The spicy chicken tenders and fries were good and the hamburger was good but small. Two ordered the chicken fried steak which were the toughest, chewyest, steaks any of these long term Texans had ever had. They were absolutely terrible.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Ate there one day when I was way too hungry. Thought it was too good to be true. Months later, planned another trip going that way, on purpose. Ate there again and... To my surprise it was true!!! Great, hot, made to order burgers, fries and onion rings. And you can bring your own beer. Only open for lunch, 11-2, and closed many days a week. So google it and call ahead.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Had breakfast. Sausage, eggs, salsa, service, and atmosphere unique and as good as one could ask for. A little shabby, but you won't leave hungry or disappointed.
3.5 based on 46 reviews
There are not unlimited food choices in San Saba, particularily on Sunday night. Pepperbelly's is open until 2pm Sunday which makes it one of the few choices other than fast food. The place is a bit strange- a rather cavernous building with black or dark painted walls and ceiling. Jalopena lights strung around diminish the gloom. He wait staff is fast and efficient (and Anglo) and food preparation is fast also. The menu is sufficiently varied. My Mexican restaurant "test dish" is Chili Colorado. Here it was a bit better than average, i would award it a "B". Overall the places was OK and I would return if passing by again.
3.5 based on 4 reviews
We've decided after visiting different Sonics all over that they just are as good as they used to be. The service was sufficient and the order was correct BUT the food is barely mediocre. The #1 bun was dry, fries were mostly scrap potatoes and not very crisp. The drink was fine though. We decided to sit with our pup at the outside area which didn't appear to have been cleaned in a while as there was food stuck to the table and on the concrete. It was nice and breezy but this sets back behind the parking area in a field. So when you put together a not stellar meal with an unappetizing seating area, this doesn't get very high scores. We would not go back.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
We were traveling back to DFW from Fredericksburgh and needed lunch.We stopped in at Pepperbellly's.
My wife had the catfish and was amazed at how good it was. I had the beef tips. They were spicy and good, which is exactly what the waitress had said.
The prices were very good, and the place was very busy, which says a lot, because San Saba is a very small town.
I will definitely go there again.
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