About Antlers Lodge
Crowned by its namesake, an impressive chandelier created from 500 sets of naturally shed antlers, Antlers Lodge offers a menu filled with innovative twists on traditional Texas fare. Whether you prefer prime cuts, fish, or game, you'll discover a fresh and savory culinary selection. Proud to offer locally harvested ingredients and regional specialties, our menu changes seasonally.
Antlers Lodge is located next to the Hyatt Hill Country Golf Club Pro Shop on the south end of the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa. If driving, take the first available right after passing the security check point, and follow the path leading to the Hill Country Golf Club. Parking is complimentary.
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Saturday 5:30 to 10PM
Closed Sunday and Monday
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Convenient and complimentary parking located at the south end of the resort by the golf course.
Banquet/Private Rooms, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Smoking Area, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We would love to host your next private party or special event. For parties of 15 or larger, please call (210) 520-4001 for reservations and special menu options.
Surrounded by french windows, overlooking our award-winning golf course and the beautiful Texas Hill Country, our intimate and private Kerrville dining room provides the perfect setting for your next celebration, special event, or business meeting.
Antlers Lodge Ratings and Reviews
A filet was ordered and the steak was ra ...
A filet was ordered and the steak was rare as order but both the top and bottom where chard. Very disappointing for a restaurant I remember being amazing as a kid. Will not be coming back and will not recommend and will tell others about the disappointment
The food was very good, and we had a gre ...
The food was very good, and we had a great server, but compared to other places we have been (the JW Marriott, the Driscoll in Austin) the Antler Lodge wasn't at the same level. It may have just been circumstances as there was a large group (over 20 people) dining at the same time, so the staff was at a disadvantage. We were looking for a private and romantic experience (it was our 37th Wedding anniversary), and the circumstances detracted from our expectations.
It's important to understand this is not a criticism of our server or the chef, they did the absolute best they could, but the experience wasn't what I'd hoped for for this occasion.
Nonetheless, we had a very good dinner and enjoyed ourselves, and were very grateful to the server for taking photos for us. In fact, I'd appreciate it if you'd give her our regards and appreciation, just let her know we were the ones who gave her "flashing" pens.
Great place for dinner. The food is good ...
Great place for dinner. The food is good, albeit a little overpriced for what you get. At the end of the day you're paying for the convenience of not having to leave the hotel so it's probably worth it(especially when you've managed to snag a front row parking spot and don't want to lose it).
They seem to be fairly kid-friendly and promptly replaced my kids' wine glasses with plastic cups for water. Apparently they know how well children and glass go together. There were also a couple other families having dinner there so we weren't the only ones with kids in tow.
Our waiter was attentive, answered any questions we had about the menu, and treated our children as if they were small adults(some times they almost act human).
The food was hot and tasty. The two most notable dishes were my son's fish and my daughter's choice of Mac and cheese. The fish was wonderfully seared with a great crust and moist, flaky interior. The mac and cheese was great but you'd better bring an appetite because it's a gigantic bowl of mac and cheese. Both kids shared some, my wife and I both had several bites and there was still plenty leftover. We also tried the soup of the day, tomatillo I believe, and it was excellent.
Family vacation to Hyatt Hill Country / ...
Family vacation to Hyatt Hill Country / Wild Oak Ranch should always include Antler's Lodge. Great place, great environment, kid friendly while still enjoying a classy dining experience. Food is always good when we visit.
The food was excellent but the meal took way too long. We waited an eternity between the soup/salad course and getting our entrees. Almost to the point we were too tired to eat. Faster delivery of the entrees would have made for a much more enjoyable evening.
Good, but not great
I had to return my steak because it was warm - that will happen on occasion - but all they did was pan saute the steak to warm it but that rendered a steak from medium to medium well. I should have returned it a second time, but I was at dinner with a friend and didn't want to make a big issue. The service was excellent, but I was surprised since this was on a Hyatt property, a manager didn't come by to apologize. I would go again,but I would complain again if faced with the same issue.
Texas Country Club meets steakhouse in SA
Can't complain about a thing here. Great steaks, game, and sides. I normally get fish in a place like that, but they only had scallops. So I chose a filet mignon (poblano & tomatillo soup to start) and my companion chose the bison tenderloin and quail to start; we split a side of smoked cheddar mashed potatoes. All were thoroughly enjoyable as was the nice cabernet they recommended. The service was pleasant, never obtrusive, on point with solid recommendations, and there when you needed them. We really enjoyed our Saturday night here. If you're there early enough for sunset, the view of the Hill Country at sunset is quite nice as well. Due to price point, you'll get an upscale clientele but the drinks are flowing so it can get a little rowdy...not too bad.
Could have been so much more...
My mistake for thinking that a high price would equate to great food and an upscale dining experience. I think that my $180 meal for two was to pay for the opportunity to eat at the Hyatt. Steak was under cooked and tasted gamey (asked for medium and received rare). Cheddar mashed potatoes were runny. Cedar salad had an overpowering anchovy taste, sent it back. The desert (chocolate cake with sauce and ice cream) was on par with Applebees. It was also loud in the restaurant, I had to strain to hear my wife from the noise from the open kitchen and other patrons conversing. Only saving grace was our waitress Marcy, she was professional and accommodating. Lesson learned and hopefully this was just an off night for the antler but at these prices every dining experience should be close to perfect.
We love this place!
We celebrated our anniversary here this past weekend and had an amazing dinner. We started with the chicken fried oysters which were awesome! We split a beat salad- so yummy! I had the filet and my hubby had the elk filet. Both were prepared perfectly! We had the boar mac & cheese and Brussels sprouts for sides. You won't be disappointed with either! Can't wait to visit again!
Perfect food in a perfect setting. We always go for the excellent ambiance and comfort. They specialize in game food and it's always prepared to the highest standards. The restaurant is elegant and cozy at the same time with superior service that's not hovering. The whole experience leaves you feeling pampered and happy.
The restaurant works with very lodge typ ...
The restaurant works with very lodge typical fare...elk, boar, river fish, etc. Makes for an interesting menu. Would like to see more than one meatless dish on the menu, but the food we had was wonderfully prepared.
My wife and I have dined at the Antler Lodge the two previous Valentine's days and loved it so this year we decided to invite my wife's sisters and their husbands. My wife and I felt terrible that we invited them to an expensive meal and the food was completely sub par. In particular, the red snapper was completely terrible. Three people ordered it at our table and none of us could eat more than about two bites of it. The funny thing is that we grew up on fish. We are all from the same small town on the TX coast and have literally had fish and shrimp just about anyway you can cook it. What we had Saturday night was aweful. Hopefully this was just a fluke, because like I said before we hav loved it previous years.
We took advantage of restaurant week to try Antlers Lodge, which we knew was beautiful inside. The room was gorgeous, with impressive antler chandeliers.
It was not only great value but very good. The crispy duck pot stickers were wonderful, my red snapper green curry was delicious, and my husband's short ribs were good and meaty and not too soft. Dessert was deep-fried banana spring rolls, and how can you beat that? Our server, Marcy, was outstanding.
Excellent food, intimate atmosphere
Antler's Lodge is the fine dining option at the Hyatt Hill Country Resort. Living up to the overall quality of the resort, the restaurant is a truly special restaurant featuring a very good selection of wild game along with the standards. For my appetizer course, I had a salad with one of the finest prepared quails I have ever tasted. The chicken entree was prepared so expertly that the skin was more like a crisp duck skin than chicken. Overall, an excellent dining experience and one of my favorite parts of visiting San Antonio.
Ok, but left a lot to be desired.
We went for Thanksgiving Dinner at 7:15 p..m. We had made reservations for 7 people about 3 weeks in advance. Though the dining room had empty tables we were seated in an adjacent dining room at folding tables - nicely dressed, but still - and nice hotel chairs but not main dining room furnishings. The main dining room is lovely.
The food was served family style on small serving dishes with two meats pre-sliced into small pieces squeezed onto the same plate. The sweet potatoes and stuffing were similarly crammed into the same bowl for what reason I cannot imagine. There was one decent sized bowl of roasted vegetables but that was it. They were not replenished.
Desserts were extremely disappointing - small squares and rounds of dessert type things but not real pieces of pie or cake. We paid a $715 tab, no wine. We were underwhelmed.
Food tasted just ok, not special. They can't claim being slammed since it was reservations only. I don't think I'd go back.
Just Misses 5 Stars
A Thanksgiving meal to remember. Outstanding selection of food served. But, too much. I
hate to waste ,especially, when it is so outstanding. They should modify the quantity. As for the service. Not so good. Waitress was very delightful but, unable to keep up with the tables she had. They seriously need a proper level of bus service to remove the problem from the wait staff. Again, though, a great meal!
Thanksgiving Dinner At Antlers Lodge
Beautiful setting, dining room elegant, Marcy, our server, was very courteous and attentive. Dinner served family style and quality of food was excellent, although we found the portions extremely small, not what we expected for Thanksgiving.
My wife and I reserved a table at Antler's Lodge for a special occasion date night. We were seated at a table directly in front of the fire place and were incredibly pleased with the ambiance and romantic atmosphere. However, we both ordered steaks and were very disappointed in the lack of flavor and in the quality of the dish for the price.
Anniversary Weekend Highlight - Antlers
We spent our anniversary at Hyatt Hill Country resort, and our dinner was special. The food was great, we enjoyed Antelope Carpaccio as an appetizer which was really good. And then shared a rib-eye, and we loved it. Service was great, loads of wine options both by the glass and bottle (with a nice range of prices), and a nice quiet spot to get away. Highly recommended
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