During your stay in Dos Rios, don’t shy away from the local cuisine! Find out where to eat in Mason TX, based on your taste, mood, and what the locals have deemed best.
- Lea Lou Co-op – “Cattle Baron Chic”
If you’re looking for homemade pizza, drinks, dancing, and of course, classic Western design, check out Lea Lou Co-op. Drinks are served from an 18-foot bar, taken from one of Mason’s original saloons, and crystal chandeliers hang from the ceiling. The back patio has a fire pit and picnic tables for those who wish to dine under the stars. Stop in on Saturday night for live music and dancing!
Lea Lou’s on Facebook
Lea Lou’s on Yelp
- Santos Taqueria – Small Town Treasure
This little restaurant is an ideal stop for fresh, homemade Mexican cuisine. Gorditas and queso are delish! Santos Silerio, the proprietor of this local joint, makes everything from scratch, maintaining freshness and authenticity. The menu is extensive and satisfying, with salsa made daily. If you’re in a time pinch, you can order from Santo’s Taqueria to go as well.
Santos on TripAdvisor
Santos on Yelp
- Willow Creek Cafe – Home Cooking at it’s Best
If you’re in the mood for a laid-back diner with delicious staples like chicken fried steak, burgers, or catfish, with a slice of homemade pie to finish, this is your stop. The patty melt and homemade buttermilk pecan pie are standouts.
This restaurant is open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner in generous portions. Stop in to satisfy your craving for home cooking. Willow Creek Cafe is conveniently located on the Mason Square.
Willow Creek on TripAdvisor
Willow Creek on Yelp
- Cooper’s Original Pit Barbecue – The Classic
For excellent pit barbeque, look no further than Cooper’s. This Hill Country staple was established in 1953 by George Cooper, and still thrives today. Stop in for the best barbecue around, served up on butcher paper. You can’t go wrong with Cooper’s.
Coopers on Facebook
Coopers on TripAdvisor
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