Dewberry Farm Food Hot Spots!
Come Hungry and Leave Happy!
We’ve got more places to EAT than you can shake a stick at! Now, why do folks say that, anyway? Who would want to shake a stick at pizza, cookies, ice cream, barbecue, etc.? It’s for eatin’, folks! Wander on down the page to get a hint of what we’re cooking up for the season! Note that some of our concessions are seasonal!
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, soup, chicken fried steak, 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. Guests are welcome to dine in our large pavilion, under the tents or at the picnic tables scattered around the farm.
Folks are still talking about our fresh country treats! Leave your will power at home and indulge in fried Oreos, chicken on a stick, lemonade, funnel cakes and hot beverages.
Hamburgers, corn dogs, chicken nuggets, French fries, funnel cake fries, churros, jalepeno poppers, chicken burgers, corn in a cup, fountain sodas, water.
Papa Joe’s Kettle Corn
Be sure to eat lots of crunchy kettle corn while at the farm and grab a bag or two to take some home. It’s better than cereal for breakfast! Plus popcorn and water.
Turkey legs, sausage on a stick, street tacos, boudin, roasted corn, corn in a cup, fountain soda, water.
Coffee, hot chocolate, S’Mores kits, cookies, pies, candy.
Ole Zeke’s Watering Hole
Visit Zeke’s Watering Hole to see our Yankee covered wagon that completed a long journey from Pennsylvania to Texas. We will have six old-fashioned soda flavors, like Root Beer, Sarsparilla, and Crème Soda.
Chips, candy, bottled sodas, S’Mores kits, water.
Beer, wine, wine slushies, water, bottled sodas.
Change in our Food Policy:
We now allow outside food and drink to be brought onto the farm on weekends. Coolers will be checked. Absolutely no alcohol or glass is permitted on the farm.