Pie, And a frosted mug of Milk

Royers Cafe, Round Top, TX

One of those places that have been around forever, and has never changed.

Pie, first and foremost.

Atmosphere. 15 tables, and all the pie memorabilia you can handle.

Menu.  Un-freaking-believable

Music.  Roy Orbison, 50-60’s Swing, Rock, and beach music.

Friendly service. 


Apple, Blueberries with lemon cream cheese filling, cherry, Wild Berry Smash, peach, pecan, chocolate caramel crunch, the list was endless!


Your own personal Sin-a-mon bun on the side.


The Menu, humor, and indication of the fun ready to be had.

Shrimp stuffed quail, rack of lamb, this is quite a Tony menu for a town of 133 population.

You don’t “get no sides, you get pasta” sort of place.  And there is “no buckshot” in the quail….which would be disturbing if they used buckshot to bag the quail.  Birdshot anyone?  

So if you want something that Oinks and Chirps, or Some Stuff that Swims, OR Pie, this was an outstanding lunch stop.  I had to have a glass of milk with my cherry pie.  They served it in a frosty mug along side of my warm cherry pie.  I was pretty much worthless for the next hour….pie hangover. 

We weren’t even out to have a fun lunch, we were out on exploratory, canvassing sales calls!  We stopped in on a happy chance, and it was better than I remembered.  The best news was, the only bank in town received us well, and we were able to get an appointment to have a formal meeting in August, and have a chance for more yummy goodness.

I’m ready for my next road trip. 😊

9 thoughts on “Pie, And a frosted mug of Milk

  1. Aw, gee! Now you’ve gotten everybody feeling sorry for how hard you have to work.πŸ˜‚ The worst part of your day was having to choose among all those pies!

  2. Yeah, this almost made me want to go back to work, if I could have YOUR job! Of course, I had to Wikipedia and Map this tiny town to get a better idea just where it was located in the very large state of Texas. Since it’s only an hour or so from Austin, where some longtime friends built a home and now live on one of the many lakes, I’ll mentally add Round Top to my list of places to see in case I ever get out to visit them! Looks like they’re big into antiques there in RT. Antiques are really not my thing, but food is!!

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