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Bayview Restaurant and Bar
Elegant yet casual, Bay View Restaurant and Bar offers the freshest and finest food and drink with influences from around the world. With almost three decades of experience in many of the country’s best restaurants, Chef Jay’s menu is designed to be crowd pleasing, with unique twists to American classics. The menu is coupled with Tim and Jay’s adventurous pursuit of great wines and cocktails. All in a building designed to take full advantage of the spectacular setting, adorned on the inside by original artwork and on the outside by a large stainless steel origami sculptures by Kevin Box and Robert Lang. The quality food, exceptional service and enjoyable atmosphere will be a feast for your eyes and palate. You’ll see!
Cottonwood Shores, Texas is a city in Burnet County, only 15 miles southwest of the city Burnet. Located on the Highland Lakes chain, there are two boat ramps and a Parks System which includes a Nature Preserve. Cottonwood Shores has a community full of extremely friendly people.
If you are planning a trip to Cottonwood Shores, make sure to pencil in the Hill Country Community Theatre. This small theater showcases incredible performances that often rivals the same show in bigger theaters. The cast members are extremely passionate about what they do, which is shown through in their riveting, authentic performances. Purchase a ticket today and see Hill Country Community Theatre’s tremendous talent.
Live entertainment is brought to life at the Hill Country Community Theatre. The theatre is a great place to gather with friends and family and enjoy an extremely talented performance. The theatre strives to showcase some of the best talent around Cottonwood Shores. Guests will not only see the talent each actor has, but also the talent of the behind-the-scenes crew who work the lighting, create the costumes, and design props.
Dining is an essential element in making any vacation memorable. Cottonwood Shores is home to several delicious restaurants.
Discover Texas: culturally rich and diverse cities
Texas is so big and diverse that it’s practically its own country. It was, in fact, a nation of its own from 1836 to 1845. The Texas landscape ranges from desert badlands and swimmable coastlines to lush mountains and sprawling prairies. Its communities go from the heights of urban sophistication (and size!) on down to the tiniest, most charming out-of-the-way towns.
Rodeos, Line Dancing, and ample opportunities for an adventure by horse or mule !