If small towns had a front yard, the downtown square would be it. The square is one of the first things visitors notice when driving through rural Texas towns. We are fortunate to have a great “front yard” that tells a story and leaves envy deep inside those passing through wishing they had something quite as nice. It is a place where people gather, pass by everyday, and around which the town revolves. Downtown is the hub for a small town. Luckily, Comanche, Texas, has a phenomenal atmosphere on the square by hosting a variety of small businesses and events!
One of the main features of Comanche’s “front yard” is all of the places to shop and browse! From antiques to a bridal store, and everything in between, you will not go home empty handed. Walking around the square from store to store and searching for the best bargains will surely work up an appetite. Good thing you do not have to go far. There are restaurants and dining options on each side of the square. Here is a more in depth breakdown:
Courthouse Square Antique Mall
Antique mall housing dozens of booths. This is the perfect place to spend a few hours out of the heat, reminiscing about the good ol’ days and uncovering hidden treasures.
Fox & Fern
A newly re-branded boutique where you can find the perfect outfit for a casual Saturday or a special occasion. Styles are current, service is personalized, and if you aren’t local, you can also check them out online!
Barbed Wire & Lace
Shop this affordable, fun vintage, boho, eclectic boutique with a unique flair.
Residents of the surrounding areas put their art, knives, crafts, and handcrafted snacks on display (and up for sale) in the late 1800s-style mercantile filled with the talents of local makers.
One of the newest additions to the Comanche Square, featuring women’s, men’s, and children’s clothing sections, shoes, and a beautiful home decor collection. Woven Roots is a great place to find a gift or a treat for yourself!
Fine dining meets Comanche, Texas at Harvest. A seasonal menu of steak, seafood, wild game, and family favorites are expertly prepared by executive chef and owner, Todd Sanders. Perfect for date night, special occasions, or a consistently delicious meal.
The sweet treat counterpart to the Comanche Mercantile, the Soda Shop is a step back in time to the days of drug stores, soda fountains, and jukeboxes. The 1950s replica soda shop features malts, shakes, splits, and scoops.
The Jean Marie Suites
A Victorian-styled bed and breakfast overlooking the historic Comanche Square.
Beautiful, restful, and well appointed are terms guests have used to describe their stay. The Suites are conveniently located and would place you within a few minutes’ walk or drive of anything inside Comanche’s city limits.
See & Do
Bull Durham Mural
Stop everything! An unBULLievaBULL bit of Bull City history has popped up in Comanche, TEXAS! BULLieve your eyes. That is a 100% genuine Bull Durham wall dog painting that’s AT LEAST circle 1890 commissioned by none other than THE W.T. Blackwell himself. Located on the North side of the Square inside Texas Rural Living
Stone Eagle Beer Garden
Cold brews and live music!
Comanche County’s original courthouse, and the only log courthouse left in the state, is situated on the southwest corner of the Square. Historical markers and information on the area’s history see dozens of guests each month. Stop in and be sure to sign the guest book!
Boasting the perfect combination of heritage and modern amenities, Comanche invites you to our “front yard.” Spend the day enjoying a slower, friendlier pace of life, and walk away with an experience not to be forgotten!