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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.
San Antonio, TX 78251
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, Beer, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, 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
food was amazing. service was not the level I expected for the price of the food. took awhile to be greated by server. table had bread plates and butter knives but didn't get any bread so would have been nice if server removed plates to make more room if we were not going to be receiving bread. restaurant was very loud while we were there with a large group that was enjoying what looked to be too much wine.
We went for a nice steak dinner. The steaks were great but said in came with fingerling potatoes and asparagus. Did not order a side. Each plate had one small fingerling potato cut in half and 2 skinny asparagus. Would have ordered a side to share if we knew this is all that came with the steak. Our waitress was wonderful!
Reception was friendly and welcoming. The lighting was a bit dark (had trouble reading menu) and the noise was a bit high (had trouble hearing my wife) but service was great and accommodating. Food was absolutely delectable - so many flavors in the dishes! We were dissappointed though that the chef didn't speak with us this time. Anyway, well worth the visit!
Had the Valentine's special and I just wasn't impressed. Nothing creative on the menu. Steak and asparagus.... The 2 dessert options were a chocolate bowl (yawn) and a strawberry pistachio cake that had the flavor of neither and the texture of tres leche. The offerings were just not great at all. The service however was fantastic and they really went out of their way to accommodate us and ensure we enjoyed our evening. Perhaps the traditional menu is better.
The occasion was a special dinner on Valentine's day. When we entered the restaurant, we were greeted by an extremely friendly and cordial person and promptly taken to our table. The wait person was very professional, always available and attentive to our every need. The food was exquisite in every way.....we could not have asked for more. We look forward to our next visit.
i'm not usually a fan of hotel restaurants, but Antler's Lodge is an exception. Great to see Eli is still working as a waiter here. He is such a humble waiter and willing to make suggestions as you need, never upselling his guests. We were celebrating my wife's birthday and they even had a card signed by the staff when we arrived.
I enjoyed the house salad, which was a generous portion and full of fresh greens, cranberries, candied pecans, and root vegetables. For my entree I had to go for the huge tomahawk pork chop. It was paired with sautéed greens and fingerling potatoes. The pork chop, cooked medium rare was excellent.
They brought the birthday girl a chocolate torte that was dense and decadent. Antler's Lodge is definitely a great place for special occasions.
We were there for New Year's Eve. Because of the new year, there was a four course dinner for $125 per person. The food was definitely not worth that price. My husband's soup was cold and the fish was burned. The filet was mediocre.
The best part of the whole experience was the jazz band that was hired to play. The band's music was wonderful and made the whole experience tolerable.
I originally wanted to have dinner there at 8 pm (two young kids were included in my party). Somehow, my reservation was changed to 27!!! Despite the fact my only registered change concerned was from 7 to 8 guests. Fortunately, I got a reminder this morning showing the mistake and allowing me to make a new reservation that ended up allowing us to dine at 9:30 pm with one kid sleepining when we get there and the other falling asleep before eating his chosen dish. So much for a Christmas Eve's dinner! Surprising for such a wonderful restaurant, which I visit quite frequently.
We have been coming to the Antlers for the past 19 years. In fact, it was the place where my wife and I became engaged. Over time, their exceptional service, outstanding food, with incredible ambiance, has brought us back each year to commemorate the beginning of us.
My favorite! The service cannot be beat. We celebrated our anniversary last August and my birthday this week. Adam took care of us both times. He attention to detail was great. We shared a steak and an extra plate was provided when the meal was served. Usually for a special occasion a dessert is provided at no charge. We did not want dessert and Adam reduced the meal by 10%. Not expected, but greatly appreciated. We highly recommend Antlers for any occasion.
While staying at the Hyatt Hill Country Resort we were celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary. We chose Antler's Lodge for dinner on Saturday evening and it was the perfect choice. I enjoyed the elk and my wife the filet. The ambience was fantastic and we didn't feel rushed, under serviced or over serviced. our drinks and meals arrived quickly, our server was very friendly and she helped my wife navigate her gluten-free needs with ease. When we mention sit was our 10th anniversary our server comped both of our desserts! Quality establishment all around. We would go back if we weren't from out of town.
I was staying at the hotel for a convention. I took a chance at booking our business dinner there. All six of us were very pleased with the resauraunt. The food is great. Try the pork chop. It was fantastic.
The raking on the service was low because the hostess took about 10 minutes to acknowledge me at the door. Once we were seated, the table service was quite good.
In NW San Antonio's Hyatt Hill Country Resort & Spa, Antlers' is the fine dining option amongst beautiful grounds and where a quiet dinner with excellent service was our experience. We had made reservations for 7:30, but arrived 6:45 to see if we might be seated earlier; however were told maybe we could be accommodated in 20-25 minutes. We opted to go to the bar several steps away for martinis and catch sup on ome sports on the multiple TV's there. The barkeep donning a Ohio State jersey was personable and made us classic martinis, exactly what we had in mind. Peanuts in the shell handy.
We sauntered back to the restaurant and were seated at a table for two in an open room with the kitchen service open to which we'd view the occasional flaming sear. Center in the room's ceiling hangs a massive chandelier adorned with antlers; hence the restaurant's name. Service was excellent. Our waitperson Rachel was attentive but not hovering. The wines available had a very good mix. We opted for wines by the glass with nice house Viognier [unusual to find a house viognier, but this was excellent] and Pinot Noir. Water service was prompt. Breads and honeyed butter welcomed us as we made our decisions. First courses we'd selected were the warm beet salad which my partner enjoyed. The chicken fried oysters were well prepared, spicy with Calabria peppers and an oniony Jicama slaw. Main courses we'd opted for the Texas quail and the Ribeye Cap. both perfectly prepared and portion sizes not overwhelming for these sexagenerians. The quail was half the bird on grits - very Texas. The ribeye cap was medium-medium rare sumptious and satisfying, accompanied bygrilled asparagus spears and fingerling potatoes. Eyeing our neighbors' desserts, we chose to finish with simple bowls of vanilla ice cream to end a very satisfying dining experience.
The room was warm and not noisy allowing quiet conversation. Service never felt hurried. Would recommend for special occasions.
Excellent ambiance. Our young server was friendly and enthusiastic. Our two appetizers (antelope carpaccio and chicken fried oysters) were delicious. We were a little disappointed in our entrees (short ribs and cornmeal encrusted trout). They were rather dry and needed some sauce or, in the case of the trout, perhaps tartar sauce. The wine list was impressive.
This is my 3rd time to dine here, so I had high expectations. Sadly, the experience fell short of the mark. The appetizers were great, but the butternut soup was too salty for me. When we got our filets, they had essentially been over-seared to the point of being burned. We didn't want to make a fuss so we cut off those parts and the inside was fine. Dessert was excellent. However, I feel that the meal overall was so-so and do not feel it merited the price we paid for it. We will come back, though, with the hope that this was an off night.
It's a beautiful room, but why not decorate for fall! Where are the fall decor and pumpkins? My guest ordered the chicken. It was nothing like it was described to us by the waitress, but he didn't complain because it was good and we were hungry. I ordered the short rib, which was delicious. The fries were boring, the coleslaw was way over salted and weird. The ambiance was really nice. All the wait staff at the restaurant were delightful.
We have dined here several times as a family, on trips to the Hill Country. Food is always outstanding. Wait staff was very friendly and courteous. However, service was slow between salad and main course. No comments were made as to time elapsed, and tables had turned over near us. It was not clear where the issue existed.
The food was moderately good, although we had to send the chicken fried oysters because of a bad fishy taste. We were not charged for the oysters, and received a free bananas foster desert to make up for them. They were out of all the bone-in steaks, which was my first choice, so I tried a redfish instead which was decent, but not out of the park. Overall, it is relatively expensive for food that isn't fantastic in my opinion, but it has a captive audience within the Hyatt resort, so I guess it doesn't have to be. Service was substandard at first, went 20 minutes without anyone coming by when we needed new drinks. After I pointed it out to them, they fawned over us, so don't be afraid to speak up if they don't see you. They use a system where there appears to be multiple waiters, a little annoying if they don't make it work right. Anyways, this review is too long.
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