let’s start with FOOD & DRINK
For groceries, visit Porters, The Get Go, or Blue Water Natural Foods. If you want to sample Marfa’s surprising variety of dining options, it never hurts to call ahead. Reservations aren't usually required, but hours can be unpredictable in Marfa.
Aster Marfa — coffee and baked goods… right next door!
Bad Hombres — burgers and stuff
Buns N' Roses — diner-style breakfast and lunch
Convenience West — BBQ
Dairy Queen — you know it
Do Your Thing Coffee — coffee and treats
Food Shark — Mediterranean
Frama Coffee and Ice Cream — the spot
The Lost Horse Saloon — locals bar
Mandos — Mexican food
Marfa Burrito — hand-made on site
Pizza Foundation — everyone likes pizza
Subway — sandwiches
The Water Stop — chicken and more
Al Campo — wine garden and bistro
Capri — bar and restaurant
Cochineal — dinner and drinks
Hotel St. George Bar — bar food and drinks
LaVenture at The Hotel St. George — dinner and drinks
Jett's Grill at The Paisano Hotel — bar and restaurant
Stellina — wine and dine
Donald Judd is just the beginning. Come explore the eclectic and ever-changing artistic landscape in West Texas. When visiting any local art institution, be sure to call ahead. Some may require appointments or bookings in advance.
Whether you want to drive south to Big Bend National Park, or just walk to the edge of town, Marfa is close to some of the most breathtaking natural landscapes in the country.