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Whether you’re looking for marvelous margaritas, locally brewed beers, regionally grown wines, happening happy hours, or a brisk cup of coffee or tea, TheHighlandLakes.org has the information you need on where to drink in Burnet County.

Start your morning at any number of cafes and coffee shops. From chains and donut shops to locally owned coffee bars that roast their own beans, you’ll find it all in Burnet, Marble Falls, Spicewood, or Granite Shoals. Coffee hot spots include Starbucks, Mojo Coffee and Numinous Coffee Roasters in Marble Falls; Unshakable Grounds and the original Mojo Coffee in Burnet; and Cuvee Coffee Roasters in Spicewood. Sana Vida’s tranquil tea bar serves a wide variety of rare, high-quality loose leaf teas.

Watering holes also dot the area, some with live music, DJs, and jamming jukeboxes, so dust off your dancing shoes while you’re at it.

Wineries have long been established in the area and include Torr Na Lochs Vineyard and Winery, Perissos Vineyard and Winery, Flat Creek Enoteca, Flat Creek Estate, Spicewood Vineyards, and Stone House Vineyard.

In Bertram, you’ll find Flanigan’s Texas Distillery and Winery, where Kevin Flanigan creates a variety of distinct whiskeys along with wine and grappa.

A vibrant beer scene is brewing in the Highland lakes. Craft beers and microbrews draw crowds of draft drinkers to places such as Double Horn Brewing Co., Bear King Brewery, and Save the World Brewing Co., all in Marble Falls.

Many of the best places to hoist a brew, wine, or cocktail also come with great food. Check out the restaurant section on the drop-down menu above for a taste of what awaits.

Look no further for where to drink in Burnet County. Decide your destination, choose your occasion, pick your poison — you’ll find great places to drink, eat, and party responsibly across the Highland Lakes.