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Built in 1903 as a hardware store, 141 S Courthouse Square has served the residents and visitors of Goliad as a restaurant for the past several decades.  This stunning building has been updated enough for all things modern while keeping its historical integrity. From the wood floors and updated fixtures to the intricate ceiling tiles, the details are abundant. The open dining area hosts 14 tables with 4 seats, 4 tables with 6 seats and two large leather booths, two counters and a stunning full-service bar.  A full-service kitchen offers plenty of room for preparation and appliances. An additional area can be used for more seating, private room or storage.

The current owner will retain all the current prints, canvas art, LaBahia flag and Goliad signage that is in the building. If the buyer chooses to owner finance, these items will remain on loan. Some kitchen items will be excluded.

Seller is open to owner financing.


  • Built in 1903
  • Registered as historical
  • 2,273 sq ft – Restaurant
  • 1,213 sq ft – Apartment in back
  • Updated in 2013
  • Floor updated | Replaced all old pier and beam in places
  • Updated A/C ducts
  • Updated kitchen
  • Updated bathroom
  • Updated office
  • Stunning full-service bar added
  • Seating updated – leather booths added
  • Front counter
  • Additional area for storage or additional seating
  • Storage closet
  • Updated light fixtures
  • Wood details throughout
  • Original ceiling
  • 1,213 sq ft – Apartment in back
  • 2 bedroom | 1 bath upstairs
  • Living area and bath downstairs
  • Zero lot line


  • Artwork will be retained by owner – allowed to use if owner financed:
  • Framed “Bloody Arm” Flag that flew over the LaBahia (one of only 12 in existence)
  • Goliad Tigers and GT signs
  • Series of canvas photos of buildings on the Goliad Square from the early 1900’s
  • Series of historic Goliad missions and structures
  • Kitchen items to be excluded will be shown at time of negotiation/offer



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  • 30 minutes to Victoria
  • 1 hour, 35 minutes to the Texas Gulf Coast, Port Aransas and  Mustang Island
  • 1 hour, 40 minutes to the San Antonio Riverwalk
  • 2 hour, 25 minutes to Downtown Austin
  • 2 hours, 20minutes to Downtown Houston