German-founded New Braunfels is growing and growing and growing, mainly because it has so much going for it (new-braunfels) :
*It’s part of the enjoyable, beautiful Texas Hill Country.
*It’s smack in the middle of the San Marcos to San Antonio corridor.
*Tens of thousands of commuters live here.
*Guadalupe River, Comal River, Landa Park (nbtexas), and historic Gruene (gruenetexas) draw hundreds of thousands of tourists year round.
*Hundreds of thousands more flock to the world renown Schlitterbahn Water Park (schlitterbahn.nb) and Wurstfest (wurstfest).
*It’s family oriented with excellent schools, a terrific public library, several parks, McKenna Children’s Museum, Little League, go-karting, soccer, gymnastics, dancing, martial arts, many churches, fantastic summer camps, parades, free Fourth of July fireworks show, and the Comal County Fair.
*There are antiques, museums, and art galore, as well as live theater events at the Brauntex (brauntex) and Circle Arts (circleartstheatre).
*Several local vineyards.
*Beautiful Canyon Lake. Canyon_Lake (courtesy of TripAdvisor)
*New Braunfels Convention Center hosts monthly business and community events.
*An expanding Farmers Market every Saturday and Gruene Market Days with dozens of artistisans/vendors every third weekend of the month.
San Antonio commuters, moving out to the Spring Branch and Canyon Lake areas as well, further benefit New Braunfels’ retailers. This town is a gold mine for investors. A new place to eat is swamped, but lines remain at restaurants that came before. BJ’s, Logan’s Roadhouse, and Longhorn Steakhouse are thriving, along with Mamacita’s and Olive Garden. New Braunfelsians and our hundreds of thousands water-loving, hill-county-loving tourists also love good food and variety. With our economy thriving, we need more good places to eat. However, except for a tasty and quick In-n-Out Burger and maybe a Chuck E. Cheese, New Braunfels does not need anymore fast food or pizza places.
On Loop 337 (maps) , between River Road and the Landa St. exit, development potential is ripe. At Loop 337 and Hwy 46, especially, there is plenty of property available for excellent eateries and stand-alone restaurants, such as:
a Bavarian restaurant (i.e., tyroleaninn.menu)
Cracker Barrel (Come on, CB, break out of your Interstate rut!)
Elephant Bar Restaurant (elephantbarMenu)
Emilio’s Tapas Bar and Restaurant (emiliostapas)
La Madeleine Cafe (lamadeleine)
Romano’s Macaroni Grill (macaronigrill)
Magnolia Pancake Haus (magnoliapancakehaus)
Mimi’s Cafe (mimiscafe)
In case you did not realize it, this has been a totally unabashed attempt to lure restaurateurs, venture capitalists, and investors to our fine city of New Braunfels by letting them know that the numbers of consumers are more than adequate to sustain their businesses and increase their profits. We hope these franchises will bless us with their scrumptious dining experiences – as soon as possible. Thank you!