811 S. Guadalupe St.
San Marcos, TX 78666
Phone: (512) 353-5300
Fax: (512) 353-8010
Cheatham Street Warehouse is not an unusual bar but still there's lot you can look forward to. A laid-back attitude is personified by the body-language of the people, but yet after a while it's a loud and a lively environment. The seating arrangements are mainly pointing towards the small stage, where many talented singers and musician from the local are do their bit live, entertaining the people and interacting with them as well. The drinks are available in plenty, not expensive at all, while the service here is fairly good. It's great place to have a drink or two.
When visiting the Watering Hole Saloon, a local favorite, be sure to check out the hand carved bar crafted by chainsaw artist Terry Boquist.
Sam's Town Point is quite a casual bar, where you will find a lot of usual aspects which one would find in most bars in Austin. Buffalo wings, beer battered mushrooms and lots more on their menu. And the drinks are available at great prices. Not to mention the live music of many genres from rock to country to blues and so on. A easy-going place to relax and enjoy your drink.
Evangeline's Cafe gets its name from a Longfellow poem and you're forgiven if you're surprised. True, the stuffed animals and neon beer signs don't say Longfellow but diners don't come here expecting a romantic setting for two either. It's for the food and the live music. The kitchen at Evangeline's holds its own in the cajun and creole department, the signature dishes being the gumbo and the crawfish, both with ample meat and cheese. The cafe features new acts every night and the dancing is sure to help you burn some calories. Ignore the no frills impression that you get when you first walk into Evangeline's Cafe and you're guaranteed to have a good time.