When staying at Blanco State Park, Donna and I like to walk down to Old 300 BBQ on the town square for barbeque and beer.
|Old 300 BBQ on the square in Blanco.|
|Iced-down bottles of beer greet you upon entering. Donna and I prefer draft beer, though.|
Of course, we both enjoyed a brews on tap. Old 300 serves beer from the local Real Ale Brewing Company, so we tried their Octoberfest. It was a decent little Bavarian style lager, but Donna and I are rather routine people and reverted to Bud Light on our next order.
The restaurant is simple, decorated with various items from
the past. It is open and light, and we like that. There is seating on the
porch, but we noticed it was in the sun the entire time we were there.
|Interior is simple and clean and bright, just as a Texas BBQ joint should be.|