Good eats! And lots of ‘em!
On the weekends, come hungry to really enjoy Dewberry Farm’s good country cooking.
This BBQ joint is named after ole Zeke, who heads up our Bunkhouse Gang. Hot roasted ears of sweet corn and sausage-on-a-stick are served at Zeke’s. Hamburgers will be cooked and prepared to your particular specifications.
Located inside the pavilion, Mattie’s is a good place to come inside for a while and take a load off yer feet. BBQ sandwiches and plates, stuffed baked potatoes, chili, hot dogs, Frito pies (mmmm good!), pies and cakes, chips, candy, soft drinks, tea and water are available. Hot chocolate and coffee will warm you up on the colder days. Our prices are very reasonable. Guests are welcome to dine in our large pavilion, under the tents or at the picnic tables scattered around the farm.
The Dewberry Farm Sweet Shoppe
Folks are still talking about our fresh country treats! Leave your will power at home and indulge in 16 delicious fudge flavors, fresh baked cookies and pies, and old-fashioned candies.
Kettle Corn and Snow Cone Heaven
Buy the “snow” and add your own flavor from the 25 flavors. Kettle Corn is available in two sizes. Be sure to eat lots while at the farm and get some to take some home also.
Legs & Fries
The turkey legs are back by popular demand. Sweet potato fries, curly fries, “Funnel Fries”, chicken strips, and corn dogs are also favorites at Legs & Fries.
Auntie Annabelle DewLittle will be cooking up fried Oreos (huh?!), chicken-on-a-stick, and fresh lemonade. Just the kind of stuff to make yer fingers sticky and make you wanna come back for more!
Old-Fashioned Soda Wagon
This “Yankee” covered wagon has completed the long journey from Pennsylvania to Texas. The wagon crew will be camping in Lake HorseShoo Park and serving six old-fashioned soda flavors, like Root Beer, Sarsparilla, and Crème Soda.
The all-time favorite kids’ meal — pizza! It’s a huge hit. Piggy’s Pizza Shack sells hand-made pizza pies or pizza by the slice right out of the oven. Pizza is a favorite of birthday parties at the farm.
OUTSIDE FOOD POLICY:
With our expanded menu, we no longer allow outside food or drink to be brought into the farm on weekends. School children, teachers, parents and bus drivers must bring lunches for their weekday field trips. Also, birthday party groups may bring a cake. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation with this policy.