Friday, July 6, 2012

EAT and ANTIQUE in this TX hidden gem!

If you have the opportunity to venture out west on I20 near Fort Worth,TX  to an area called Willow Park, make sure to stop for lunch and shopping at David's Stove Shop. I have loved this unique little country store for years, and with the recently added bakery and sandwich shop that offers absolutely delicious goodies and lunch options, you can bring your whole family!

All of the pastries, muffins and sandwich breads are baked fresh. 

 The atmosphere is so fun! You'll eat in a time-worn room surrounded by shabby antiques and interesting vintage eye candy...

After eating, stroll through the rooms of antiques. You'll find farm equipment, kitchen and farmhouse wares, weather vanes, wind-chimes, patio furniture and rooms of stoves of course!

I love finding neat, original little establishments like this. You won't regret stopping in for a bite to eat, I promise!

Click here: David's Stove Shop  to go to the website.


Feel free to check out all of the blogs!  Here are the links

Amanda @ The Ivy Cottage Blog
Korrie @ Red Hen House
Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch
Debbie @ Confessions of a Plate Addict
Samantha @ Crafty Texas Girls
Missy @ Lookie What I Did
Linsey @ The Farmhouse Porch
Pamela @ From My Porch to Yours


Loretta Castorini said...

I'm drooling!!! I keep saying I want to go to Texas!

chateau chic said...

Looks like a great little place. Good antiquing and good eating - It doesn't get better than that!!
Mary Alice

Liz Thackeray said...

That shop looks amazing. I love all the typewriters! I just discovered your blog and am in love! Where do you usually find your antiques? I'm a big yardsaler and am always on the lookout for antiques. I recently started using to find local yard sales because it maps them out for me. Such a time saver!

Anne said...

What a great find!If I am ever in Texas I will be sure to stop.Great photos.So what goodies did you find there?

Stephanie said...

This isn't too far from us - we'll for sure have to check it out!!

Comeca Jones said...


Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

What a fun place to eat and shop. Noticed all the old schoolhouse lights. I just ordered a new one. Would love to have had an old one like those.

Pamela said...

What a cute shop Linsey!!

Sherry@The BarnQuiltStore Blog said...

I'm a new follower...can't wait to see your Christmas in July items!!!

Korrie@RedHenHome said...

That shop looks like so much fun! And can you eat while you wander, I wonder??

Anita at Cedar Hill said...

And I cannot believe you went without me!!

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