Big Bend National Park Restaurants


Reata Review

A favorite of many West Texans spending the day in Alpine, the Reata ("rope" in Spanish) feels both welcoming and upscale, with lots of big, wooden tables and a pleasant rancher/cowboy vibe. It's a "howdy"-type place with a touch of discretion. Service is prompt but down-home. The menu features Tex-Mex accents such as tortilla soup and carne asada, while reflecting its Texas roots with dishes like calf fries and gravy. Of course, here's the beef—from a legendary ranch in the nearby Davis Mountains. The dessert tray is simply a work of art.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No dinner Sun.
Updated: 10-21-2013

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