El Cosmico is a mash-up of trailer park, campground commune, and hipster hotel.
The other half of the Marfa minimalist art 1-2 punch, the Judd Foundation owns and maintains the properties in town that Donald Judd owned when he was alive, including his home and studios.
Unfortunately this place was closed when we were in town, but their furniture is lovely, and you’ll see it all around town, as well as far afield.
We had a great time perusing this cute little shop.
We had a great outing here, and did some amusing people watching.
This place is SO Marfa-y that it’s almost too much. Almost.
We had the best cheese souffle of our lives here on our first trip, and we still talk about it.
This is OG Marfa, and it’s been around since 1929.
We stayed here the first time we came to Marfa and loved it.
Marfa Mystery Lights!
Quick Pop Quiz: Which Marfa-area attraction have you heard of? 1. Chinati Foundation 2. Marfa Mystery Lights 3. James Dean & Giant 4. Big Bend National Park