Beau & Ro Takes Round Top

Our Guide To Round Top, TX

The Beau & Ro team embarked on an unforgettable journey to Texas, where we popped up at Blue Hills in the Hibiscus Linens Tent during the renowned Round Top Antiques Fair. It was a week filled with inspiration, style, and unforgettable memories! I'm thrilled to share a recap and my recommendations from our trip! Xx - Sara

What I Wore

Donning our favorite Beau & Ro dresses paired with classic cowboy boots, we embraced the Texan lifestyle, meeting incredible people and discovering treasures at every turn.

Where To Eat & Drink

Boon & Co

A one stop shop for everyday food and specialty items. Think delicious eats, craft cocktails, gifts, home goods and more!


A classic no-frills tex-mex staple located in the heart of Round Top. I recommend a skinny margarita + fish tacos.

Blue Willow Cafe

A cute cafe just a few miles north of Blue Hills in Burton, TX. The perfect breakfast spot & you can't miss the homemade French toast!

Royer's Pie Haven

They're known for their pieces, but we found it to be a perfect place to have a relaxing coffee outside with a slice of quiche.


Go for the decor, stay for the food! The restaurant at Hotel Lulu, serving rustic Italian fare and cocktails was the place to be in Round Top. Be sure to make a reservation. 

Stone Cellar

Honky tonk and restaurant in a repurposed train depot offering live music, cold drinks, and comfort food.

Blue Hills Food Trucks

ELLIS MOTEL BAR the coconut cowgirl

DAPPER BEAR SEAFOOD  the best fish tacos

DONUT TRUCK  go early before they sell out

TUMBLEWEED  bbq tacos + cheesy potatoes

VELA FARMS  coffee + chicken salad sandwich

Round Top, TX

Where To Shop

As you wander through the expansive grounds, you'll discover a meticulously curated selection of antiques, vintage finds, and artisan crafts. From fine furniture and rare collectibles to handmade jewelry and timeless textiles, there's something for every taste and interest.

Blue Hills

Beau & Ro was popped up at Blue Hills at Round Top, so I spent the most time here. It is a top destination for interior designers and dedicated shoppers. 

I am biased, but my favorite tent (which was also the busiest) was the Hibiscus Linens tent, where we were located! Along with 10+ amazing vendors including Anea Hill, Taylor and Tessier, Swells, and so many more!

A few of our favorite Blue Hills tents and barns included Mirth (who we carry in Charleston) and Bootitude (who I bought my pre-owned boots from). Not to mention, the countless furniture and antique vendors from all over the world.

A few of our favorite Blue Hills tents include Mirth, Bootitude, and incredible furniture vendors from all over the world.

A few other venues:

THE COMPOUND beautifully curated, my favorite for furniture

WARRINGTON (Excess I and Excess II) great for digging, "the fields" are where you discover hidden gems

THE ARBORS  a mix jewelry, clothing, art and home

Henkel Square in Round Top

Round Top's is centered around Henkel Square, which features cute historic homes that have been turned into permanent shops and galleries. Two highlights included  modernMARLA, a designer consignment store, and Sapana, which carries one-of-a-kind coats, totes and accessories from India.

Where To Stay

The Frenchie

Sidd and I stayed here for a few days and loved it. The Frenchie is close to downtown Round Top and features a main house, a pool, and bungalows around the compound. It has a communal feel and gives Palm Springs vibes.  

Hotel Lulu

I didn't stay here, but if the restaurant is any indication, I think it would be safe to stay the hotel be well designed and hospitalble!