New Year, New in San Saba
We’ve shaken off the holiday hangover, got some rest and we’re here to wish you a very happy New Year! Though it feels like January was a long month, we hope it is off to a wonderful start!
We’re excited to start 2019 out with exciting new businesses and city updates! Here’s who we’ve recently welcomed or will welcome soon to downtown San Saba!
So Fresh and So Clean
The San Saba Soap Company has been keeping us luxuriously clean for a few years now. They became a fast favorite of guests at the boutique Dofflemyer and, happily, have recently opened a storefront one block behind Old Man Scary Cellars at 302
San Saba Soap Company, owned and operated by Marcus Holley, uses a cold process method using local Texas agricultural products and Brazilian essential oils to craft their products. The soapmakers craft small-bath luxury soaps locally in the Texas Hill Country from premium Texas olive
Their Field and Flower collection is a line of six intoxicating salt soaks with dried flowers, herbs, teas and blended with essential oils. And, they also carry essential oil blends, facial teas, body polish and face-beard oil.
Stop in, say hi and soap up! Their hours are 10:30 am thru 5 pm, Tuesday through Saturday.
New Food in Town
We were excited to welcome the delicious offerings of Bread to Dough bakery to town in 2018. The scratch bakery makes incredible artisan cakes, pies and bread fresh daily. (She also bakes specialty cakes like Italian Cream, bundt cakes
Napoli’s Italian Resturant has brought a little slice of Italy to San Saba. Located in the former Bella Sera space (210
La Hacienda is bringing their famous handmade tortillas and Tex-Mex classics to the former Dairy Mart space at 1203 Wallace Street. They officially opened on Monday, January 28, and we are excited to throw back some $2 margaritas during happy hour! That’s right…La Hacienda will have a full bar! Hooray and
New Year, More Beauty
In other, non-edible news, we are thrilled to have opened our brand new San Saba Visitor’s Center in late 2018. The city is also currently undertaking beautification projects at Mill Pond Park while the downtown corridor
We can’t wait to have