Our Waco Tour – Silos Baking Co, Magnolia Market and Union Hall
We had to passthrough Texas to get home to Arizona… but where haven’t we been yet? As fans of HGTV’s Fixer Upper show, we planned our pitstop at their Silos Baking Co before settling in at Lake Waco Marina and Campground.
601 Webster Ave, Waco, TX 767060
Scattered Showers, 72°F – 88°F
~186 miles from Katy, TX to Waco, TX
Arrived on a drizzly Covid-19 day in Waco. We called ahead to see if establishments were open and luckily the Silos Baking Co was!
A FEW PHOTO OPS
Typically, we’ve heard lines could have you waiting hours long but we were blessed on this day. We found street parking for the RV two blocks down… grabbed our umbrellas (pocket-sized hand sanitizer and masks) and off we went. I would say we only had to wait in line… in the drizzle for 10 minutes.
They were only letting a handful of people enter at a time. While we waited, we looked at the menu. Once inside, masks were required.
I could’ve ordered so many items on their menu but on this day we decided on their – Strawberries ‘N Cream and Nutty Cinnamon Rolls. There wasn’t anywhere to sit outdoors, so we asked a local where to grab lunch. He suggested the Union Hall a few blocks walk. Before heading that way, we also visited the Magnolia Market next door. Another wait in line but a short line.
I ended up purchasing a unique, vintage train bell and Magnolia tank top.
GRABBING SOME GRUB AT UNION HALL
Bill scouted around and decided on Whizzbang’s Hamburgers for their juicy burgers.
Myself, I went with The Blasian Asian for the Chicken Stir Fry Bok Choy.
With lunch in our bellies, time to set up camp at Waco Lake Marina and Campground.