Deacon Baldy’s is not your go-to late night spot, but it is the go-to for craft beer and food trucks. Whether you come with a group of friends or the family, the huge, barn-like pavilion sits guests at picnic tables where they can enjoy the Texas weather (there are no walls) while chowing down on offerings from rotating and permanent food trucks (i.e. the Lucky Fig) and pints from the 40 taps behind the bar. While it does have some domestic taps, the big draw is the astounding number of local (think Spindle Tap Brewery) and national (think Sixpoint Brewery) craft brews. If you don’t like beer there is a good selection of cider, wine, and classic cocktails.