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But even for the non-nuptial crowd, the area is a destination worthy of weekend wine crawls, glamping under the stars, and high-end eats courtesy of some seriously lauded chefs. Take the short drive to Dripping Springs—not to mention neighboring Driftwood—and see for yourself via these six handpicked, beautiful-to-behold, and just plain fun ways to experience this little nook of the Texas Hill Country.
The Texas Hill Country has long been synonymous with great wine but in recent years, the picturesque region has seen a serious uptick in craft brewing. And, Dripping Springs is home to a solid cross section of established and newer outposts specializing in everything from crisp summer sippers to funky farmhouse ales.
Grab a hand-tossed pizza at Suds Monkey Brewing Co. Elsewhere, Family Business Beer Co. Situated on a acre ranch, Jester King Brewery focuses on wild fermentation resulting in wildly unique beers that have earned the brand countless international awards.
And, their pizza is top-notch. Walk over to Last Stand Brewing for a quick pint before ending your day at Vista Brewingjust 7 miles southeast in Driftwood. Treaty Oak Distilling is a one-stop-shop for whiskey buffs, cocktail Swingers in hill country, and foodies. For summer-ready crushable cocktails, hit up Deep Eddy Vodka for real fruit flavored vodka flights, cocktails, and food truck fare in the tasting room or on the dog-friendly patio.
A quick stop in between larger producers can be spent at Remington Family Distillers for whiskey, vodka, and coffee liqueur before hopping over to Frog Pond Distillery for small-batch gin and vodka. Agave enthusiasts, make a beeline for Desert Door Distilling in Driftwood for sotol tastings and cocktails. Sotol, a cousin to mezcal and tequila, is made from wild-harvested West Texas desert spoon plants.
The Instagram-worthy, rustic-chic tasting room and amazing farm-to-table cuisine from Eden West the same team from Eden East make Desert Door a must for anyone with great taste. From quirky natural wine producers to stately villas with sprawling vineyards, the Texas Hill Country is peppered with wineries of all shapes and sizes.
Much like the dizzying array of boozy offerings, Dripping Springs culinary landscape also oozes with artisanal creativity and quality, with chefs adding a local spin to everything from French haute cuisine to pizza.
Kick things off with a locally roasted coffee from Greater Goods Roasting Co. In the mood for something hearty? Located at Camp Lucythe upscale eatery melds Texas Hill Country flavors with global accents in an architecturally stunning space.How to get Started in the Swinger Lifestyle
Alternatively, newcomer Le Vacher churns out classic French brasserie classics with a Texas spin—think local Akaushi beef, roasted bone marrow, and an expertly curated wine selection. Have a sweet tooth? On your way back to town, pick up a pizza or pastrami sandwich at Pieous. The chewy sourdough crust, garden fresh toppings, and house-cured pastrami make for a mouthwatering experience well worth the trek.
Whether your ideal accommodations are uber romantic, one-with-nature, or simply the kind that gives your followers major FOMO, Dripping Springs has your .
For those seeking a luxury experience, Camp Lucy is unrivaled. The name might evoke childhood memories, but the sprawling ranch and breathtaking resort are beyond sophisticated. From the interior de that looks plucked from Elle Decor magazine to the dreamy chapel, vineyard, and canopy of ancient oak trees, Camp Lucy is, to put it plainly, goals.
Over at Lucky Arrow Retreatguests are free to choose their own adventure. Stay in a air-conditioned and heated yurt decked out in smart Texas Hill Country style, post up in a breezy cabin, or take over a full-size home fit for the entire crew. Just off Fitzhugh Road, The Liney Moon provides accommodations that are equal parts modern and quirky. Book a room in the main house with your group or get back to the land by reserving one of the tiny cabins that pepper the property.What to Expect During Your First Time at a Swingers Party?
If doing yoga while overlooking a tree-filled valley is more your tempo, check out 13 Acres Retreat where small, stylish cabins line the hillside for truly awe-inspiring views of the area's famously technicolor sunsets. Start out by booking a reservation at the historic Hamilton Pool Preservewhere visitors can hike the trails before cooling off with a swim in the otherworldly natural swimming hole. As a result of the unprecedented freeze this past winter and its effect on rock stability, swimming may or may not be allowed, check the current restrictions here.
At Reimers Ranch Parkactive folks can get their fresh air fix by swimming, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and gazing up at the cosmos thanks to an onsite observatory equipped with two powerful telescopes open for public use.
Elsewhere, newly debuted kid- and pet-friendly Dreamland acts as a outdoor entertainment venue with concerts, food, a beer garden, and sports facilities including a acre disc golf course, a mini-golf course considered to be one of the most challenging in the country, pickleball courts, lawn games, and public art. Want more Thrillist?
Photo courtesy of Destination Dripping Springs. Discover destination-worthy distilleries. Stroll stunning vineyards and sip on world-class wines. Eat your way through an impressive lineup of restaurants and bakeries. Soak up Hill Country charm while glamping in a stylish yurt, unwinding at a luxe resort, or kicking back in a cozy cabin.
Take a dip, set out on a hike, go for a swing, or simply lay back and stare at the starry skies above. Anastacia Uriegas is a Thrillist contributor.
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