Thursday, June 28, 2018


Our tiny dinner club, a.k.a. The Driftwood Gang, had another meet-up this weekend. This time it was the Bradshaw's turn to pick a restaurant, and they opted for the newest joint in town, Community Pizza and Beer Garden, which went into part of the space formerly occupied by a rustic furniture store.

Hubby and I were the only ones who had been there before, as we'd taken Lex and Goobs to lunch there, when they were still working out some of their grand opening kinks. Calvin was quite taken with their pirate ship playground.

I'm thinking maybe I need to start warning everyone in our group when I'm about to snap a photo, or they're going to ban my camera from these meetups altogether!

As an added bonus, we got to meet the Bradshaw's Irish son-by-another-mother. He was actually born in Texas and grew up playing with the Bradshaw kids, but then his family moved back to Ireland. When they were here visiting at Christmas, it was decided that Wimberley would be the perfect place for him to spend the summer, while waiting for final test results and before heading off to uni. He even managed to snag a job at The Blue Hole. Let's just hope he can still take the heat of a Texas summer!

I think everyone enjoyed their food. I especially liked the prosciutto carpaccio appetizer, which I used as my main course.

There are still a few kinks to work out, however, when it comes to service. Whatever you do, don't ask for separate checks, or you're liable to be there all night!

At the other end of this building they've created a space where you can watch our local radio station being broadcast live, which is kinda fun. Especially since several people we know do some of their shows.

And, in between the two, it looks like a liquor store will be going in. Hard to believe that when we first moved here, this town was totally dry!

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