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Once known as the world’s largest cattle shipping point, Alice has a fascinating history and makes for a great pitstop for visitors traipsing around South Texas—add to that a slew of delectable Alice restaurats and this Texas town becomes a destination in its own right.
Located west of Corpus Christi at Texas 44 and US 281, this charming ranching community is named after famed cattle baron Richard King’s only daughter, Alice. Today, the town offers an eclectic mix of tourist attractions and historical sites, including the South Texas Museum and the Tejano R.O.O.T.S. Hall of Fame Museum. And, as befits a small Texan town, there are several comfort food institutions, tiny cafés beloved by locals and a smattering of Tex-Mex restaurants to satisfy your cravings.