Round Top is essentially two towns -- the quiet little country town where you can eat your weight in pie and slow down on the front porch AND the mecca for antiques where thousands of folks gather twice a year. No matter which side you see, you're sure to find everything you never knew you needed in Round Top.
Shop in the heart of town to find historic buildings that have been turned into awesome shops full of trinkets, antiques and so much more you never knew you needed!
The Dapper Deer Co.
Unfortunately, this gentlemanly antique shop has permanently closed since we filmed this episode.
Junk Gypsy Company
To learn the true art of junkin’, visit the Junk Gypsies at their Gyspyville World Headquarters. Right in the heart of junk heaven, these gals are selling antique and vintage goods with a fun, modern twist!
While Festival Hill is pretty on the outside, the inside of this concert hall is truly breathtaking with intricate wood details and stained-glass chandeliers. Whether you’re stopping in for a concert by world-class pianist James Dick or just peaking in to see the beauty, you’re in for a real treat at this hidden gem of Round Top!
Twice a year, this little town comes alive when over 150,000 folks crowd in for the bi-annual Antique Week. The entire Henkel Square and the surrounding cow pastures are transformed into one GIANT antique shop, with everything from vintage French goods to fun trinkets.
Two Sparrows Roasting, Co.
Sadly, Two Sparrows Roasting Co. has permanently closed since we filmed this episode.
Royers Pie Haven
It might be called Pie Haven…but it’s actually a pie heaven. Choose from over a dozen delicious pies like “Texas Trash” which has coconut, chocolate chips, graham crackers, pretzels and caramel or the “Junkberry” pie which is a yummy mix of berries, apples and peaches. Or if you can’t narrow it down, order a few!
Round Top Mercantile
On the outside of town is your one-stop shop for just about everything you could ever need in Round Top’s grocery and hardware store…it’s also your stop for a mighty-tasty sandwich. I suggest the club which comes piled with fresh sliced ham and salami from the deli.
Royers Round Top Cafe
When you’re in Round Top, you have to go to Royers for Southern homecookin’ with an upscale twist and all the pie your stomach can hold. Whether you’re chowin’ down on a Grilled Shrimp BLT or finishing off a slice of “Sweet ‘N Salty” pie, you’ll be sure to feel the Texas hospitality here, and your stomach will thank you.
Round Top, TX