Buns N’ Roses
115 West San Antonio Street
Artful EatingLike most of Marfa, this oasis in the sprawling desert landscape brings unexpected civility and artfulness to what was once a no-man’s land. Eating, aesthetics and being seen with the cool kids are the reasons people trek to this legendary town, and Buns N’ Roses delivers on all three. The studio barn space lies on Highway 90, across from the cemetery, and is all metal on the outside, with interiors that evoke a cozy farmhouse chic. Residents and tourists alike stream in in the morning for robust cinnamon rolls, splintery turnovers, puffy, glazed doughnuts, bagels, and pastries; you can also dig into egg dishes and even buy flowers for the drive home.