Winnsboro is a city in Franklin and Wood Counties in the U.S. state of Texas, located north of Tyler. The population was 3,252 at the 2010 census, down from 3,584 at the 2000 census. Settlement of Winnsboro began in the 1850s with a post office established between 1854 and 1855.
Things to do in Winnsboro
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Amazing traditional South African cuisine. Everything made from excellent quality ingredients. They cook with olive oil, sea salt, fresh whole foods. We love the salmon dinner, salmon salad, vegetarian wrap, smoked chicken. Ok, everything I have eaten there has been amazing. You must see this superb little restaurant for your self. Service is great and its in a fun, classy atmosphere. Great for parties or a quiet date night. It is BYOB, although they offer a few free house wine options. Lovely place. Vegetarian and gluten free available. The prices are great for the amazing quality of the food.
4 based on 8 reviews
Food is good, not great. Staff is nice. Restaurant is clean. But it isn't as nice as Mt. Vernon. What bothers me the most is that everywhere else we go, l get a small drink but in Winnsboro the small is a medium. And they put bacon on things that are not advertised with bacon so if you have allergies or religious convictions about pork, you might double check with them for pork products. But we do keep going back :-)
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Cute atmosphere!! Great! service!! I had a eggs benidict that was very tasty. I would come back. I hope that they might add some daily specials too.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
ATTENTION: The winery and restaurant are closed for the season until January 19th. We will reopen Friday Jan 19th at 12pm.<br><br>Bella Stella Winery & Opa's Kitchen in a small German restaurant and winery about 5 miles outside of Winnsboro. We specialize in our Muscadine Wine , but we also carry various other Texas wines for you to enjoy too. Indoor and outdoor seating, beautiful views and authentic, delicious food. Come see us!
My husband and I went here for dinner last Saturday. Great crab cakes and delicious wine ? you cannot beat the atmosphere either- unlike any winery we have ever been to. Bella Stella is a must if you are in the east Texas area!
4 based on 35 reviews
The Lone Republic Steakhouse, Bowery Bar and outdoor pavilion will provide its customers with a unique dining, bar and entertainment experience. The Lone Republic Steakhouse features aged Certified Angus Beef(R). The 3,000 sqft. Bowery Bar feature a variety of spirits and wines. The 5,000 sqft. pavilion will feature local and regional bands.
Great local place, staff is always pleasant and provide good service. Portions are large, they have really good ranch dressing and the rolls are to die for.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
If you are looking for the best pies you have ever tasted, go visit Ganny's Pie shop! The owner is very friendly and accommodating. You won't regret stopping by, setting a spell and enjoy the best pie you ever put in your mouth.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Husband ordered Chicken Parmesan. It was obviously microwaved, since the breading was soggy and the chicken was rubbery. NOT EDIBLE. I"m pretty sure they knew it was bad and tried to pass it off, because when he told them he couldn't eat it, the owner just picked it up and carried it off. No apology, nothing. She never said a word. Never offered to take it off the bill... When it came time to pay, I told the other owner (her husband) that the meal was terrible and I didn't feel comfortable paying for it. At least he took it off our bill... Probably won't go back.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
You will most likely have to ask where to find this place but when you do you will be thrilled. With that being said, if you like authentic Mexican food and not Tex-Mex you will love it, because it is the real thing.
5 based on 7 reviews
They carry a great variety of pastries, and the people are very cordial and friendly. They keep a clean lobby, and always have a smile on their faces.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
We drove to Winnsboro just to have lunch at The Bowery as an outing for the day. We decided to try this restaurant since we had never eaten here before, but I wasn't impressed. We sat on the small patio and our waitress was not very helpful. Service was slow in spite of it being about 2:30 and not crowded. The home cooked potato chips with a southwest dip was enjoyable. I had the Chicken BLT salad with Chianti Basil dressing, while my husband had the Southwest Chicken Salad, and the chicken was totally overcooked and dry on both. Neither of us enjoyed the chicken and ended up leaving most of it on the plate. They do have a decent wine menu, but we were not drinking that afternoon. Their ladies room could use some sprucing up, but I don't guess that matters to some people.
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