Taylor is well-known world wide for its barbecue and historic downtown. It's also well known for its rich culture and progressive leadership. Here is just a few of the "bragging rights" we have about Taylor.
The charming Hill Country town of Taylor, now part of the Greater Austin area, is well over 100 years old in steeped in history.
If you're on your way to Austin from Dallas, it's only a 16-mile detour.
Feature of Louie Mueller Barbecue on Food Network TV. Enough said.
- Food Network TV, Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives with Guy Fierri
Can't-miss spots for barbecue fans (Louie Mueller Barbecue)
- Bon Appetit magazine
Feature of Tim Mikeska of Mikeska Foods on Food Network TV. Oldie but goodie.
- Food Network TV, Food Nations with Bobby Flay
Visitors are attracted to Taylor's bustling historic downtown area filled with distinctive shops and authentic barbecue joints.
The Best Barbecue in Texas, Part 1: Taylor
Best Places to Live (contender)
National Register of Historic Places: Taylor, Texas
Preserve America Community: Taylor, Texas
Mustang Creek Golf Course has continued to evolve into a tough, challenging course.
Taylor's Mustang Creek Golf Course is "One of the finest and most challenging 9 hole courses in the USA"
- Golf USA Tour.
"Summer Road Trips" ...the best Texas Style Barbecue.
- USA Today
Taylor is a town known for its good barbeque... Taylor's barbeque history intersects the legend of one of the best known families in Texas barbeque, the Mikeska brothers
Taylor is one of the few still functioning industrial towns in Texas, a unique throwback to an older age, with factories and active train traffic and a lot of character.