This week on The Texas Bucket List we stop at a food lover’s delight, eat some hamburgers with some historic beef, listen to some country lyrics, and visit the birthplace of one of our country’s most popular leaders.
First we make a list at Ruben’s Grocery in McAllen of some fancy fine cuisine as well as worldwide oddities that are sure to trip your taste buds into a global flavor sensation. It’s a foodie’s paradise for everything unique and delicious!
Next we get our Space Jam on for a burger of the same name at Svante’s in Round Rock. This restaurant sells nothing but it’s own Texas bred, grass-fed beef than’s been raised by the Swenson family since the 1800s.
For some Texas music we head to the Grand Stafford in downtown Bryan and listen to Brad Gomez croon his country tunes to “It’s Just Lonely.”
Our last stop ends where it all began for the 34th president of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower. The Eisenhower Birthplace State Historic Site in Denison marks the moment in history when a great leader was born and stands as a testimony to his life works and achievements.