Family owned Uvalde restaurants
New dining options for Uvalde
Being a 40 year resident of Uvalde and desiring some local options for dining, I invited my daughter and son-in-law to return to town and join me in bringing some new eating venues to our community. We started with the Local Fix which is a casual coffee bar, followed shortly thereafter with the Hangar 6 Air Cafe and now adding a 3rd restaurant to the SkyWay Entertainment group, Broadway 830. Our concept was to bring "big city" concepts to our rural community to add some spice and flavor (pardon the pun) to dining in Uvalde.
An aviation-themed restaurant at the airport
Hangar 6 Air Cafe was the realization of a life-long dream to build an airport restaurant, but it also has the collateral benefit of creating a draw to make our airport a destination for private aircraft owners looking for something to do, as well as an amenity for those who already trade here. We now regularly see a nice cross section of aircraft and aviation flying into Uvalde Garner Municipal Airport just because of the Air Cafe. Not only does this give our community a chance to make a new relationship but it is also bringing new dollars into our economy.
Artisan Pizza and Craft Beers
Broadway 830 fills a number of needs in that we did not have a hand-crafted artisan pizza shop in town but also it adds life and vitality to our downtown area. Excluding franchise fast foods, Uvalde is largely devoid of locally owned restaurants offering hand crafted non-traditional (BBQ or Mexican food) options in a social environment like you would find in Austin. Broadway 830 is at the intersection of the 2 longest highways in North America, serving the downtown community and in the popular urban industrial motif like is common in other cultural centers.