Craving Traditional Texas ‘Cue?
Join us for our Market Style Lunch to get traditional Texas ‘Cue served by the pound with plenty of napkins (because if it’s done right, you’re going to need them!) At The Granary, we pride ourselves in sourcing humanely raised, no hormone/antibiotic, quality meat, and emphasizing seasonal vegetables when possible. By making our bread, pickles, pies, etc. in house, we deliver superior flavor and enjoyment to each and every guest. Enjoy your ‘Cue with a hand-crafted Beer or Root Beer brewed in house!
Ready for a great night out?
The historic Mueller house comes to life at night and is the perfect place to hang with friends, grab a great meal, or bring someone special. The Dinner Menu consists of composed plates that explore ‘Cue flavors from around the globe. Most cultures have some sort of barbecue tradition, and our aim is to showcase the traditional barbecue ingredients in a modern, relevant, and approachable way. While Central Texas barbecue is the backbone, The Granary provides a diverse look at various cultures worldwide that have their own unique barbecue styles providing the opportunity for the diner to experience new and interesting flavors. We’ve also got the perfect craft brew to perfectly complement any dish!
What’s ‘Cue without great Beer?
At The Granary we strive to make fresh, handcrafted, honest beers that can be enjoyed by all. All of our house beer is made within the four walls of the restaurant, which means that when it hits your glass it is the freshest beer you can get. Our beers are never filtered or pasteurized and are always full of character and flavor. Being lovers of great beer, we also offer a superb selection of guest taps, on draft and cask, from like minded craft breweries from around the state. With both our beer and wine program, we seek to offer a unique selection that will delight and surprise our guests
Want to know more about our philosophy behind the harmonious marriage of ’Cue & Brew? Then check out this fabulous article by Miriam Sitz that appeared in a May 2013 issue of the San Antonio Current in which she spoke with the Rattray brothers about what “Pairing Food and Beer the Granary Way” really means.