Known for upscale takes on Texan fare—rattlesnake fritters, quail with chorizo and grits, bison tenderloin—this restaurant in the Hyatt Hill Country Resort also has lighter options like chili-dusted ahi tuna steak. The centerpiece of the elegant dining room is a huge chandelier with more than 500 naturally shed pairs of antlers. The dress code requires collared shirts for men and equally polished "dress resort wear" for women.
Mar 28, 2010
A party of five at 7pm on Saturday. My wife had come across a positive mention of the restaurant at the Hilton Resort in Westoverhills (we also lived right down the street). The menue offered enough variety to satsfy the most timid in our party, I had the venison and my wife had the lamb. Both our meals were excellenty prepared though a little small, the atmoshpere suits the name and was preceisly what I envisioned. The waitstaff was excellent and
all around helpful. It has been a while since we first went and we were on our way back the other day when our hunger won out and we stopped at another local off hwy 151 and 410. Since you have to drive through the resort to get to the restaurant it feels like a trip getting there and I'm not sure I want to make that journey since we moved to the northside. Dinner for two with bottle of wine ($20) was arond $120 including gratuity.