About Kindling Texas Kitchen:
Located on the up and coming main street in Cibolo, Texas; Kindling Texas Kitchen, provides regional heritage Texas cuisine cooked over a wood fire. Sourcing ingredients from local Texas farms, and ranches, as well as bringing in product from the Gulf of Mexico. Our Chef’s are classically trained, practiced in Austin, and dedicated to bringing something special to small town Cibolo.
With a full dinner menu, Brunch on Sunday’s and a well stocked wine, craft beer and classic southern cocktail bar, there is something for everyone.
Chef Justin Hammerson, was born and raised in Cibolo, Texas before honing his beautiful knife skills in Austin, Texas cheffing for some of the biggest new names in the Austin Dining Scene. Chef Gwyndolyn Hammerson was born and raised in Austin Texas where she grew her career using historic techniques in several noteworthy Austin Restaurants.
The house at 209 N Main was built in 1911 by Mr Otto Brotze, Justin’s 3X great uncle, where his family spent many years gathering around the wood fire stove in the dining room. Come in and ask The Chef’s about more cool facts about the history of the house.
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Saturday 4pm – 10pm
Sunday Brunch 10am – 2pm
207 N Main St Cibolo, TX
Located right next door to Kindling Texas Kitchen, this is the place to grab the perfect glass of wine or one of 30+ craft beers.
At 1908 House of Wine & Ale, we’ve worked to blend innovation with tradition. Our building was constructed in 1908 as a boarding house. We kept the original character by using the genuine interior walls and material from the early 20th century, but we’ve updated with some modern flair. With six ales on tap, 30+ craft beers, 60 types of wine, we have a selection that’s perfect for both relaxing with a drink or gathering with your friends. We even have wine on tap. That’s right — we have wine. On tap.
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday 4pm – 10pm
Friday 4pm – 11pm
Saturday 2pm – 12am
Sunday 12pm – 8pm
Taste of Texas – September 20, 2018
For $22/ticket, you will get 8 tastings of fine Texas wines, light snacks, and live music from Steven Curd. You can add extra tastings for just $2 more! Oh, and did we mention there will be door prizes? Head on over to 1908 House of Wine and Ale on September 20th – you don’t want to miss out.
Tickets are available online at www.1908houseofwine.com or through the app Tap Hunter