Visit us at the Wrong store, 110 N. Highland Avenue.
If you really wanna join the family: stay at Faxonia!
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Also remember drive times out here: To the Big Bend it's a good 2 hour drive. The Gage/Marathon to Marfa is 1 hour.
Mondays and Tuesdays are NOT, (we repeat, NOT) the best days to visit. Most of the town is shut down.
Bring hats, plenty of sunscreen and a jacket because we are nearly a mile high. And lotion galore!
Our very own homegrown public radio is Marfa Public Radio at 93.5. Tune in!
We love 98.9. Music all the time and fun.
Pick up a Big Bend Sentinel.
Need a ride or want to find out what is going on in town: Marfalist.org is the go to site.
Plan to climb to the top of the courthouse and see the edge of town in all directions. It's a real treat.
Food and booze:
Stellina! We love having this place. Tues-Sat, 5 - 9ish. Downtown between railroad and Hotel Paisano.
Cochineal is delish and a great choice on Sunday and Monday when other restaurants are closed. Plan accordingly. Thursday to Monday for dinner.
Definitely hit the Food Shark for lunch. It's located west San Antonio at FM2810 across from the rock shop. It's a Marfa jewel and loved by all. Open Wednesday - Saturday.
For a burrito bigger than yo' face: go to the Burrito Lady. She's south of the blinking light 3-4 blocks and the sweetest person on the planet.
Convenience West. Marfa finally has a b-b-q joint, and oh boy, it's great. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 5 p.m. until it's all gone. 1411 W. San Antonio. West side, y'all.
The Water Stop. Open daily 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Rotisserie chicken and biscuits. Consistently open and consistently good.
Aster is a lovely addition to town. It's near the courthouse and we love their baked treats. Wednesday - Sunday for breakfast, brunch and lunch.
Have a drink at the Capri and enjoy that gorgeous room and garden. 601 W SAN ANTONIO. Tuesday to Saturday for dinner.
Jett's Grill: eat the chicken-fried steak or burger. The margaritas are rockin'! Sit in the courtyard. Now selling breakfast burritos. Jett's is now serving dinner until 10 during the week and 11 on weekends.
Hotel Saint George offers a bar menu and a restaurant menu. Bar Nadar, the pool restaurant/bar is open daily in the summer.
The Pizza Foundation is open most weekends. Opens at 1.
For morning coffee or an ice cream or a load of laundry, check out FRAMA next to Tumbleweed Laundry.
Go to Do Your Thing for a wonderful coffee. Open daily. Avocado toast. Coffee Toast Magic.
Hit the Sentinel for newspapers, coffee, cocktails and tacos.
Al Campo >> 200 S. Russell. Grab a bottle of rosé and sit outside. Open Thurs-Saturday 4 - 11 p.m. Check for special events -- they are good at hosting special stuff in town.
Bet you've always wanted a subterranean teepee, a cool dance floor under the stars and great nachos all in one place. Head to Planet Marfa. It's open seasonally (warm months) and loved by all. It's a great place to rent for a big, private party. Friday through Sunday.
El Camino is across from the Dollar General provides good food and friendly service.
Salsa Puedes provides to-go options at the Get Go. This gal works hard and provides great food to the town.
Celebration Liquor is on the west side of town on HWY 90/San Antonio. Their selections are definitely improving and good.
Cactus Liquors has an amazing selection of tequilas, sotols and mezcals. It's on south Highland -- kinda easy to miss but look for the hot pink taped windows.
For a beautiful and interesting selection of organic wines, go to Marfa Wine Co. on Highland Ave.
Lost Horse Saloon for a fun time and a beer and lotsa local flavor.
Check out Buns and Roses on the west side of town for breakfast and if for no other reason that that name. Great donuts.
Saturday mornings (no winter): Farm Stand Marfa, 9:30 a.m. Go to Alicia's table and buy a jar of her green chile/salsa. Amazing. Or purchase Marfa Maid goat cheese. Located across from Hotel Saint George on the tracks. Or wait in line for Ganka's baked goods. They're worth it.
Boyz2Men is caddy-corner from the Catholic Church. David Beebe provides good menu items . Check Marfalist.org for schedule.
Coming soon is Para Llevar. It's across from big Stripes and Seth knows a thing or two about good food. Excited to see this addition.
Wrong at 110 N. Highland Ave.
Most definitely a tour at Chinati Foundation (they are the reason!) -- 432.729.4362 to make reservations. The tour is 10-noon and 2 - 4, Wed-Sun. Different stuff so the full tour is recommended.
Judd Foundation: you gotta do the Block tour. Every day at 11 and 4:30. Yes. EVERY DAY IN MARFA.
Ballroom Marfa: 432.729.3600. Great staff. Say HI to Peyton!
Arber and Sons: on the railroad tracks facing the new hotel events building. He's a master printer and she's an artist. Their space is great.
Camp Bosworth: for a studio tour, please contact us.
Laszlo Thorsen-Nagel at 124 E El Paso St. We are big fans of Laszlo's work and of Laszlo.
2D Gallery: lovely gallery space and sweet Dennis.
We love Cody Barber -- caddy corner from Ballroom. He's powder coating the town.
Inde Jacobs is a good gallery in a new contemporary building.
Rule Gallery has a great selection of artists and we love these gallerists. They have a great eye.
Veldt is specializes in photos and ceramic jewelry. It's located at the corner building at Texas and Highland.
Shy Gallery is another gallery featuring local photography. Regular hours are Thursday through Saturday opening at 11.
Martha Hughes Works on Paper is upstairs of Marfa Wine Co. at the corner of Highland and Texas. Martha is a sweetie.
Don't miss: Lannan readings are usually late Sunday afternoons. Always good and attended by a lovely, local crowd.
New Star Grocery Art Museum: It's something else.
Visit us at the Wrong store, 110 N. Highland.
Garza Marfa is wonderful. 103 N. Nevill St. Open 1-5 pm Friday and Saturday
Mano Mercantile: Sweet Beau and GG are the best! 120 E. El Paso.
Communitie has hats and hats and rocks and rocks and good sweaters. Love, love that John Patrick & Walter.
Magic Hour Marfa is right across from Wrong. Alex and Lizzy provide apothecary and flowers. Lizzy's flower arrangements are amazing.
Freda is open seasonally. We love this quaint, small shop.
Hit Moonlight Gemstones Rock Shop -- west side of town on the main highway. It's the best rock shop ever!
Hit Cobra Rock across from Ballroom. Their Highland Boot just gets better and better with time. We can prove it.
Right behind us, down the alley is Mira Marfa. Good facials and good products.
Pick up a bar of Marfa Brand soap in numerous locations in town. Campfire is Camp's fave. Ranch Road is Buck's. Her store is located across from the Get Go. Drop in and meet Britt or Ginger.
Near Marfa Brands is the Marfa Store. You can buy ... Marfa stuff. Say HI to Cody!
Ranch Candy is located right at the courthouse on Highland Ave. Get your sugar fix.
The Marfa Line is in an alley between Austin and Highland and near FRAMA. David and Darlene work hard and are incredibly sweet.
Raba Marfa is a fun little vintage shop. Located next to the Lost Horse on east San Antonio.
Pure Joy is located right on the rr tracks on east El Paso. It's a beautiful space.
By little Stripes is Esperanza -- art and vintage.
The Marfa Thrift Store can have some great finds. In the Old Dollar General building near the Thunderbird.
Ashley Rowe has her own store located at the Lumberyard across from the Get Go.
The Hotel Paisano has everything.
Get a massage from Mallory or Suzi (if she's in town) at The Well. Both are amazing. The Well offers yoga classes too.
Get sick in Marfa? Bee sting? Go to Marfa Country Clinic.
Make a record at Marfa Recording.
See ANYTHING at the Crowley Theater.
Take Oak St. (next to post office) to the Marfa dump/east. Some of the best views in Marfa.
Most importantly: Wave in Marfa. We wave to one another because it's a friendly place. So, wave back!