West Texas

West Texas Travel Guide

Articles about West Texas

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Hotels in West Texas

At this prairie ranch outside of Abilene, breakfast is served and beds are slept in. Otherwise, Rancho Loma, or what owners Laurie and Robert Williamson call a Restaurant + Rest, is a serious departure from a traditional B&B.

Restaurants in West Texas

The Esfandiary brothers, who originally hail from Iran, are famous for their steaks in here in Abilene. Settle in the saloon-style restaurant for choice meats ranging from New York strips and chop sirloin to shish kabob and chicken-fried steak.

Things to do in West Texas

There are actually three museums—one covering history, another for children, and a third that welcomes world-class art exhibits—here at the Grace. Don’t miss the Mallouf Boot Shop, a permanent exhibit with a custom cowboy boot collection.