Dine In Downtown
are you hungry yet?
Great food, craft cocktails, and a lively atmosphere are waiting for you on the Decatur town square!
This eclectic coffee bar, turned Roastaurant, features fantastic cuisine, hand crafted cocktails and house made coffee!
SWEETIE PIES RIBEYES
A charming corner restaurant features home cooking favorites with a rustic atmosphere and singing waitresses!
Shop in Downtown
With everything from clothing to candy, to handmade pottery – there is something for everyone in our town!
287 at the majestic
This quirky store will have you double taking with every step! The funky merch paired with a sassy kitty & gold chain wearing Frenchie will leave you mesmerized!
Find the perfect outfit, shoes, and jewelry at this one stop shop! The sweet vibes from the store will make you super excited to strut in your new outfit!
the wright house
Stunning art and handcrafted pottery made by husband-and-wife duo – take classes and learn a new hobby at this adorable store!
Once deemed the most beautiful courthouse in Texas, the county seat of wise courthouse was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1976.
The courthouse is actually the 4th courthouse erected by Wise County to serve as the center of county government. The two previous courthouses burned before.
Decatur’s community thought that the building price of the courthouse was outrageous to the point that no city officials were re-elected that year.
The courthouse has a twin building in the city of Waxahachie, but the Decatur courthouse is made from solid pink granite and Vermont marble.
Did you know that Decatur is slowly becoming a beacon of art? Check out all the stunning murals designed and painted by our fantastic local artists!
Check out our Upcoming Events
We love having opportunities to have fun on a regular basis! Check out our events section to see what’s going on this month!
This charming, petrified wood diner is the hub for tourist and locals alike – with fantastic home cooking and vibes that will make you think you’ve stepped back into the early 1900’s.
Built in 1883 by the owners of the Waggoner Ranch – The Reata Ranch House in the 1950’s film “Giant” is based on El Castille, the Victorian era “Waggoner Mansion” that still stands today just east of the courthouse.
Wise County Heritage Museum
The Wise County Heritage Museum holds the record of being the world’s oldest junior college, once hosting students under the name of Decatur Baptist College.