Cripple Creek RV Consignment & Sales

107 Bailey Lane, Liberty Hill, TX 512-778-5888

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Our First Blog Post!

The best three places for hamburgers and entertainment that we have found.

But first lets get this straight, right up front, we are not:

  • Photographers any pictures you see on our blog will either look like a toddler took it with their parents cell phone, or will be robbed from the website of the places we talk about, but will most likely be from Google Images. 
  • Authors, writers, good spellers or English and Literature majors (or minors). We are happy when what we write makes sense to us, we will be pleased if others get the gist of what we are trying to relay and ecstatic if people say good job. For you grammar Nazis, tough we tried. For our past English teachers, we're sorry, we didn't pay better attention in class. For current English teachers, please feel free to take a red sharpie and circle all of our mistakes on your monitor.
  • Serious, we like to joke, smile, laugh and have fun, most of what we write here will be utterly useless nonsense, hopefully it will be amusing and some of it you may even find helpful. Truth be told the only thing we truly take seriously is consigning your travel trailer or Fifth wheel. We have a great location in Liberty Hill, a pretty decent little website, and we take pride in what we do.
  • Experienced Bloggers, as our title says, this is our first blog post, on any site EVER. So please be patient with us, we have a lot to learn in regards to blogging.

We will be:

  • Fun, entertaining (at least to us), informative and helpful.
  • Posting about the area, destinations, things to do, food, we will be keeping our RV'ing blog related to Central Texas, with an occasional post about RV'ing on the Gulf Coast, and the rest of Texas. We will be sticking to areas that we know best, Liberty Hill, Cedar Creek, Georgetown, Walburg, Jarrell, Round Rock, and Pflugerville. 
  • Looking for ideas and destinations, feel free to contact us.

And now back to our original topic, The best three places for hamburgers and entertainment that we have found.

In Liberty Hill we like going to the Dahlia Cafe, for the Burning Ring of Fire Burger  which is a 1/2 pound of fresh Black Angus chuck patty served with your choice of bun spread with mayo, topped with pepper jack cheese, hot wing sauce, one of our large homemade onion rings packed with pickled jalapeno slices, and drizzled with creamy jalapeno dressing atop lettuce, tomato, onions, and served with French fries. If you can't handle spice, don't have this burger, as it is appropriately named.  From their home page, " We specialize in homemade dressed up country cooking! We don't serve vegetables from a can or frozen prebreaded chicken fried steaks. Come by to see us for a relaxing time of food and drink. You can eat inside the old farm house or enjoy out door dining under the oaks and try your hand at pitching washers. Weather permitting we have live music on Saturday nights from 7pm-9pm March through October." Closed on Sundays and Mondays.

In Walburg, is Dales Essenhaus. To get to Dale's from the Georgetown Area you travel North on IH-35 take Exit 268, drive past Country Tyme RV and the hang a right at the stop sign at Crestview RV then go approximately 4 miles, Dale's will be on your right.

Dale’s has become well known for home-style cooking and, of course, the famous WALBURGER (made of ½ pound of quality ground beef from our local Taylor Meat Company, piled high with grilled onions, lettuce, tomato and pickles, with mayonnaise and mustard on a toasted bun.) In March 2011 3 new burgers were introduced to the menu. In addition to the Original Walburger they now offer a BAJA WALBURGER (bacon, avocado, and pepper jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise and mustard) a TEXAS WALBURGER (melted cheddar, 2 onion rings and barbeque sauce on Texas toast) and a MUSHROOM SWISS WALBURGER (with sautéed mushrooms, grilled onions and swiss cheese) all made with the same quality ½ pound patty as our ORIGINAL.

Whether you’re looking for good food, Texas music, or just a great family atmosphere, you will find it here at Dale’s Essenhaus!

In Schwertner is the Crossroads Cafe, located at the corner of FM487 and FM1105, I recommend using Google to find it if you're not familiar with the area. The whole business district of Schwertner includes the cafe, a post office, a bank and not much else. The hamburger is better than any your mother ever made, and as sloppy as can be and still be edible, the double is a challenge to finish and the onion rings are fresh. They don't have a website or a facebook page nor do they need one, the menu is small and the cafe is always busy. 

Feel free to add any places that you think should be on this list.




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