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  • Bridlewood Golf Club

    The Timber Creek winds its way through this 25-acre golf course where challenging greens are framed by thick trees. Watch out for hole number 13, w... More
  • Broken Spoke

    The Broken Spoke has been around since 1964, when this classic honkytonk was on Austin’s rough-and-tumble outskirts. While strip mall development... More
  • Buffalo Creek Golf Course

    So golf can be affordable: Rates start at $19 at this 18-hole course on the banks of Lake Hubbard. Still fine tuning your skills? There’s also a pu... More
  • Bunkhouse Leather

    Get ranch-ready at Bunkhouse Leather & Biker Shop where owner Michael Hancock tools just about anything out of leather, including reigns, saddles, ... More
  • Burgundy Boucherie

  • Cadillac Ranch

    A truly American art installation, the ranch consists of ten grafitti-covered Cadillacs buried halfway in the ground. More
  • Callahan's General Store

    Callahan’s General Store is a throwback to a time when shopping options were more limited for Texans. Its offerings include just about anything a... More
  • Candy Barrel

    Located in the middle of the Fort Worth stockyards, this shop is stuffed with barrels full of sweets including old-fashioned favorites such as swir... More
  • Candylicious and The Chocolate Bar

    Willie Wonka has apparently found a new home in Houston at this eye-popping, all-American candy store. Everywhere you look in this chockablock room... More
  • Catalena Hatters

    Top off your Texas uniform with a cowboy hat from Catalena, which has been hand making felt hats in custom versions—Cattleman, Canadian, Ranger and... More
  • Cattle Raisers Museum

    Study up on the history of the cattle industry from its open range days in the 1850s to the modern era of mechanized ranches and online auctions. T... More
  • Cezanne's

    Found, unexpectedly, in a rambling ivy-covered brick building that houses a homey-looking branch of the Houston Public Library, the Kraftsmen Baker... More
  • Chappell Hill Sausage Company

  • Chick-a-dee

    The front of this small, metal-roofed stone building is decorated with blue accents and a whimsical sign depicting two rows of yellow birds, creati... More
  • Chinati Foundation

    This former army base was converted by artist Donald Judd into an exhibition space. More

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