Celebrity restaurants are all over the world, and there are even a few places in Texas that exist on this list. Some of them include Jimmy Buffet’s San Antonio Margaritaville and Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Kitchen in Austin and Houston.
There are Lone Star State restaurants that don’t have such an obvious name but are quietly owned by celebrities. It’s not a lot, but there may be more in the next few years, as Texas is apparently filling up with celebrities.
Let’s take a look at the Texas restaurants you probably go to often that are actually owned by famous people.
Co-owned by Texas country singer Pat Green, The Rustic has become a popular spot for Texans. They can enjoy daily musical performances from well-known and local artists, drink a beer, eat bar food and forget about the real world.
There are four locations in the state, and each of them serves up a good time for music fans and brunch connoisseurs.
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Austinite Sandra Bullock has this super cute 6th Street deli that serves all kinds of sandwiches, but you’ll probably never see her there. Brunch is a popular dish here, especially the hearty ham and egg toast or the French toast.
If you’re not here for the food, at least visit the impressive flower shop where you can take home a personalized bouquet or a mini succulent garden.
Actor Armie Hammer and TV personality Elizabeth Chambers opened this quaint San Antonio bakery in 2012. There are more than 16 decadent flavors of cupcakes, silky pies, and a light menu of sandwiches, soups, and salads.
Chambers, a Texas girl herself, still keeps the SA site booming with business and has opened another site in Dallas and Colorado.