This week on 10th season premiere of The Texas Bucket List we are uncovering hidden gems in some of the most unexpected places, in both small towns and bustling cities.
To start off, we take a trip under the streets of Houston to an often-overlooked cistern. Abandoned and forgotten in the 1920s, the monument was recently found when construction crews were preparing to convert the space into a new parking lot. Now, the area is open to the public and leaves visitors in awe.
This episode’s burger of the week includes deer, bison and bears. Oh my! Jasper’s Diner is sure to be an unforgettable treat with their unique take on an American classic.
Next up, we take a travel to Fischer to learn a unique way of bowling in an old school setting. Fischer Bowling Hall is free from computers and automated pin setters, and they shake up the sport by using rules from the 1800s.
On our last stop, kick back and enjoy some Texas country with music from Stoney LaRue. Just try to keep from dancing!
Get ready for wild burgers, family fun, underground beauties and incredible music right here on The Texas Bucket List.