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Around the Square
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 • Posted January 16, 2014

Nacho’s Café.

It’s now where Zavala’s used to be.

Across from Mi Pueblo.

Willow Creek Café is where it’s always been.

On the square.

As is Square Plate.

Only further down.

Topaz Confections is on the square.

On the east side.

A few doors south, Santos Taqueria continues to thrive.

The Lions Club holds their hamburger fundraiser.

Over on the west side.

Nu-Way has edibles to grab and go.

Northside Café is for sale.

Tres Caminos still cooking away.

Right behind Dairy Queen.

Texas Deadwood BBQ still cooking away.

Just a stone’s throw from DQ.

GiGi’s still making burgers.

They’re next door to Mi Pueblo.

Short Stop still frying chicken.

Just a stone’s throw from where Nacho’s used to be.

Subway still making sandwiches across the street.

So is Laredo Taco Company.

Across the street, that is.

And still making burgers, tacos, enchiladas, and fajitas among other things.

They even make their own flour tortillas.

Cooper’s still cooking BBQ.

Still next door to Lowe’s (formerly Super S).

Across from the unnamed fruit and vegetable stand.

And just down the road from The Green House.

Which is across the street from Sisters Catering.

All of the above can fortify the two-legged.

As for the four-legged…

Well, Lowe’s carries pet food.

So does Dollar General.

And so does The Green House.

Natural pet food.

And stuff for horses too.

You can also get food from Hill Country Veterinary Hospital.

And Reigning Cats & Dogs.

As the name implies, they cater to cats and dogs.

And then there’s Mason Feed Store.

Whose name says it all.

Feed store.

And not just pet food.


Tame and wild.

Food for livestock.



And don’t forget the chickens.

That’s Mason.

Renee Walker is a poet, writer, and real estate broker on the Square with her canine assistant, Buster.

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