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New Braunfels's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
New Braunfels's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
A photo of The Gruene Door restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(1476)
$$$$
• American • New Braunfels
Booked 10 times today
PLEASE CALL THE RESTAURANT IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO BOOK ONLINE. The Gruene Door Restaurant is located in beautiful Gruene Lake Village in New Braunfels, Texas. We are Gruene’s only casual, fine dining restaurant combining the best in food, service, and atmosphere. Every menu item is prepared 100% in house by our chefs.Open for lunch and dinner, we are the perfect destination for a romantic dinner, birthday celebration, private party, lunch with friends, or just a casual night out.Please visit our website to view our menu.
A photo of La Cosecha restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(437)
$$$$
• Traditional Mexican • New Braunfels
Booked 7 times today
La Cosecha is a local neighborhood Mexican restaurant. La Cosecha or " The Harvest" is a brevity of our stance to bring forward dishes inspired from interior Mexican cuisine; all while utilizing seasonal and local Texas ingredients. The menu centers around sharable dishes, progressing from small to large, with intentions to create a family setting at the dinner table. The food and drink invites you to experience familiar comforts, as well as original flavors, all to tell a story that is modest yet thoughtful. Buen Provecho!
A photo of McAdoo's restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(1854)
$$$$
• Seafood • New Braunfels
Booked 37 times today
Upscale Family Dining serving fresh seafood with a Cajun influence located in the historic post office building in the heart of Downtown New Braunfels.You can find our menu at mcadoos.com and order online, or give us a call at 830-629-3474 to place your order.
A photo of Myron's Prime Steak House restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(2271)
$$$$
• Steakhouse • New Braunfels
Booked 21 times today
Please call the Restaurant for Reservations.Myron's Prime Steak House is located in the old Palace Movie Theatre in historic downtown New Braunfels. We are open nightly, giving top billing to Chicago prime beef, the top 2% of all prime beef in the United States. A full bar as well as an extensive wine list featuring wines by the glass and by the bottle are available. Owner Bill Been, known to most for his 33 years of restaurant experience in San Antonio, has created a casual but elegant dining experience and invites you to come to Myron's, and enjoy!
A photo of Sidecar at Prince Solms Inn restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(253)
$$$$
• Tapas / Small Plates • New Braunfels
Booked 9 times today
Located in the heart of New Braunfels, this dimly-lit, underground sanctuary is a place where the casual and the professional come to unwind. Every drink is mixed with fresh seasonal ingredients and classic spirits. Experience worldly shared plates perfect for a social setting.

Discover New Braunfels

Located 34 miles northeast of San Antonio, Texas, New Braunfels was once home to many settlers from Germany. The area still stays true to many of its historical roots, and you'll see that for yourself at one of the several German restaurants serving Wiener schnitzels, spaetzle or potato soup. This family-friendly community comes alive for the 10-day Wurstfest each October with about 100,000 people coming to the city for the event. Interestingly, the first recipe for chili powder was created by William Gebhardt in New Braunfels, making enchiladas, tacos and chalupas popular choices with diners in this city as well.

Located 34 miles northeast of San Antonio, Texas, New Braunfels was once home to many settlers from Germany. The area still stays true to many of its historical roots, and you'll see that for yourself at one of the several German restaurants serving Wiener schnitzels, spaetzle or potato soup. This family-friendly community comes alive for the 10-day Wurstfest each October with about 100,000 people coming to the city for the event. Interestingly, the first recipe for chili powder was created by William Gebhardt in New Braunfels, making enchiladas, tacos and chalupas popular choices with diners in this city as well.

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