Saturday, March 27, 2010

Po Po

We headed east on I-10 for a very special Saturday night dinner. Just past the exit to Comfort, we took the Welfare exit (Love the names of these towns!) and arrived at Po Po Family Restaurant, which is six miles north of Boerne. (That's pronounced "burn-E", in case you were wondering.)

Po Po's has been serving up Hill Country fixin's since 1929. It's famous for fried chicken and great steaks. The decor is dominated by a growing collection of matchless plates.

The food and decor weren't our primary reason for visiting the place. We were there to spend time with family. Kamryn, my cousin's youngest, made good use of our short wait for a table by hopping on the saddle just inside the door. Isn't she cute?

The plates are everywhere!


Here's the happy family after a fine dinner. There's cousin Mark and his wife Chris, with son Kyle, and daughters Kaitlyn (Oh, I hope we spelled that right!) and Kamryn. It was a real treat to catch up with this beautiful family. Thanks so much for making the drive, guys, and the great suggestion for dinner! We look forward to seeing you again soon.

2 comments:

Gordon and Juanita said...

It's good to see all of the beautiful photos on the last two posts. You are certainly picking it up a notch....

Da Godfadda

Anonymous said...

Loved reading your blog!! It was so great seeing you! We look forward to camping with you in the future. (You did spell Kaitlyn right!)Happy Travels!!

The Kreipe's