Our Mercer Street location is closed as of May 6, 2018...
We are working on our new location and will post progress reports on this website and our facebook page...
Check back often for updates...
We will be opening "Little Mercer Dirt Bar and Grill " soon - the new location will be 23490 Ranch Road 12, Driftwood, Texas - approximately 3 miles south of Hwy 290...
Organizations We Have Hosted Events For
Dripping Springs Helping Hands, Inc. is an organization of more than 50 volunteers, created in the holiday season of 1986 as a result of local needs brought to the attention of the community. It has become an integral part of the community and reflects the giving spirit of hundreds of people who live and work here. We are a tax-exempt, non-profit organization that operates with an unpaid board of directors. (website)
The Rotary Club of Dripping Springs is a service organization focusing on local and international needs.  Locally, we have sponsored projects such as a multi-year character building program at a local elementary school, construction of concession and restroom facilities at the local sports park, construction of therapeutic gardens at a local assisted living facility and many more projects to benefit our community. (website)
Friendships for Life (FFL) is a Community Prep program to help adults with disabilities live, work and serve the Texas Hill Country. Daily activities will include learning to come together as a “family” with things like beginning-of-day routines, exploring current events, continuing education in the areas of reading and math, putting together favorite recipes and everyone doing their part to help stay organized and on schedule. (website)

The Marbridge Foundation

Marbridge is a non-profit residential community that offers transitional and lifetime care to adults with a wide range of cognitive abilities and—through compassion and faith—provides them opportunities to learn, experience and achieve a whole new life. (website)
Relay For Life
At Relay For Life events, communities across the globe come together to honor cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against a disease that has already taken too much. The funds you raise truly make a difference in the fight against cancer just ask one of the nearly 14 million cancer survivors who will celebrate another birthday this year! (website)
Hill Country Dance Halls
The Old Coupland Inn & Dance Hall - Coupland TX
In March, 1992 Barbara and Tim Worthy converted the former Speckles Grocery into a Texas-sized (7,000 plus square foot) dance hall, and named it Coupland Dance hall & Tavern. The tradition & hospitality of the Old Coupland Inn was rejuvenated in the spring of 1993, when Barbara and Tim cranked up the pit, stirred up family recipes, & threw open the doors to the Coupland Inn. Opening the BBQ establishment was the second phase of the couple’s overall plan to revitalize downtown Coupland. (website)
Kendalia Halle - Kendalia TX
Kendalia Halle usually hosts dances and live music on Saturday evenings once a month. Be sure to check the dances page for upcoming events and bands. At the dances we provide free BBQ with the normal cost of admission. In addition to the free BBQ, we sell beer, wine, sodas, and bottled water. (website)
Twin Sisters Dance Hall - Blanco TX
Mr. Max Kruger was responsible for building a dance hall and community center along with a bowling alley in 1869 that opened to the public in January 1870. These buildings were named The Twin Sister Hall and Bowling Alley. In 1967 the bowling alley burned to the ground and was later rebuilt in Spring Branch Texas. The Twin Sisters Dance Hall still serves to this day as a community center for weddings, family functions, fund raisers for charity, etc. (website)
Anhalt Hall - Spring Branch TX
Germania Farmer Verein (German Farmer's Club) was established in 1875 as a social and benevolent organization. For over 125 years the Verein has held a festival on the third Sunday of May and the third Sunday of October.  The only exception was October of 1998 when it was flooding so badly in Comal County that the Oktoberfest had to be canceled that year. The festival highlights a family style meal, Polka Music in the afternoon and a Country and Western Dance in the evening. (website)