Come hear June Naylor, award-winning travel writer and native Texan discuss her book Texas Landmark Cafes. The book describes what knowledgeable locals have long known about their best diners, steak houses, barbecues and seafood joints, from El Paso to Longview, and what to order when you get there. What the critics say: “You’ll never go hungry if you pack this book, which covers the state’s four major good groups: barbecue, steaks, Tex-Mex and pie.” – Dallas Morning News “No matter what part of the state you’re headed for, this cute and handy new guide has you covered with capsule descriptions and ordering suggestions.” – Fort Worth Star-Telegram
About the Author:
A sixth-generation Texan, June Naylor has written about travel and food since 1984; and is the author of numerous Lone Star guidebooks, including the award-winning Texas: Off the Beaten Path, which has gone into seven editions. She co-wrote The Texas Cowboy Kitchen with celebrated cowboy cook, Grady Spears. Aside from spending 10 years as a staff writer and editor at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, for whom she crafted innumerable reviews and columns, June is a contributing editor to Texas Highways magazine and she writes about travel and food for 360 West Magazine, a luxury lifestyle monthly in Fort Worth. She’s a regular contributor as well to Texas Monthly, Texas Journey and the Dallas Morning News, and is the travel columnist for Texas Co-Op Power magazine. She’s co-authored three Texas cookbooks and continues to develop recipes for local and national food companies. A graduate of Highland Park High School in Dallas and Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, June has always enjoyed sticking close to home when not on the road.
- Individual reservations are not necessary but appreciated for large groups planning to attend.
- Tables will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
- Attendees are welcome to bring their own “brown bag” lunch to enjoy during the presentation.
- Each lecture will last approximately one hour.