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About Cypress Grille
Located in charming Boerne, Texas, the Cypress Grille is a culinary destination. Executive Chef and Owner Tom Stevens is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park and Owner/Operator Paul Thompson is a graduate from Le Cordon Bleu Austin. The entire team of the Cypress Grille welcomes you to come in and enjoy your favorite California wine from our large wine collection while dining in style in our large bar area or at a comfy table in the dining room. Wherever you choose your experience, it is our goal to make it memorable. Our specialty is culinary deliciousness! We look forward to serving you!
Boerne, TX 78006
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Catering available for wedding, corporate, and many other functions. Please call or email for more information.
On Main Street and Behind Bank of America do NOT PARK in the BOERNE CITY CENTER they WILL tow your vehicle
Private Party Facilities:
Private Dining for up to 30 people - $50.00 Room Fee
Private Party Contact:
Shanda Stevens: (830) 248-1353
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Cypress Grille Ratings and Reviews
The staff celebrated the birthdays of two staff members, one of whom is also leaving the office to take a position at another business. So this was definitely a special lunch. Wait staff was exceptional and enthusiastic -- worked with us to make the experience one both honorees will fondly remember. Cypress Grille is our #1 go-to lunch spot! Thanks!
Usual excellent meal; however we showed up ahead of time and yet afterwards received a phone message and an email from Open Table that we were a no show. Spoke to the manager that evening and he said he would take care of the problem and contact Open Table to take the no-show off our account.
This was such an excellent restaurant. The food was fantastic. A wide range of tastes and pricing. Our group of 9 was accommodated quickly and the service was extraordinary. It was a busy Friday night and the service was still what we expected on a regular basis. Wine library was extensive and broad based including inexpensive wines.
Would recommend to all friends and family.
We were seated by the hostess and did not receive service of any kind for over 15 minutes! Once a server did arrive she was helpful. The food was mediocre at best. The crab cakes were awful. My husbands chicken was tasty but overall it was not a good experience.
We were very disappointed. We were celebrating our 30th wedding anniversary. Food was very mediocre -- lobster ravioli was underdone (not even al dente); mahi mahi was overdone and dry. My husband's rib eye was Ok, not super. Dessert was very good however. We provided feedback to the waiter, but the restaurant manager did not come out and correct the situation. For a $150 dinner for two (with wine); it was a big disappointment. Would NOT recommend this to friends!!
A little noisey due to dining area being full. We had to raise our voices to be heard across the small table for two. I opted for the off menu special of stuffed salmon with crab sauce. It was quite tasty but the sauce was a little too salty for my taste. My wife had the ribeye steak which was grilled over wood with good flavor and tenderness. For dessert we had creme brule and a scoup (very small) of house made butterfinger ice cream. Both were very good.
Prices were a little high for us with our total being over $100 with a bottle of less expensive wine. After all it was a special occasion being our Valentine meal.
Seemed noisy, but then lots of places seem like that for this group of seniors! Everyone enjoyed their food and the attractiveness of the plating. My tenderloin was beyond tender and cooked to a perfect "medium". Appreciated the option of inexpensive wine by the glass, so much so that I ordered a second. This restaurant remains at the top of our list.
Have been many times and never disappointed. Were celebrating my wife's birthday and was again a great experience. Seated quickly at a central table allowing us to observe the dining and kitchen area. Service by Destiny was outstanding and went way out of her way to make our night memorable. The owner even stopped by and spent a good bit of time chatting with us. Food is always top notch, pace of servings allowed a nice leisurely fulfilling evening. Will be back soon.
This was my first visit. Although our waitress was very friendly, we barley saw her and had slow service. Our reservation was for 7pm and we received entrees about 8:30pm. I ordered the scallops, which I iiked, but they were definitely over-seasoned and I didn't think it was worth it to send them back. It was a very expensive meal.
This was a first visit and we were amply impressed by the appetizer, Duck Lettuce Wraps. The wait staff was very capable. I ordered from the special Restaurant Week menu and all 3 courses were very ho-hum. Hubs ordered off the menu and his grilled fish was over cooked. The beer and wine were excellent, but that didn’t give us enough reason to return for a very ordinary meal that cost well over $100.
Portions were large and attractively presented. Perfectly seasoned rare ahi tuna with baby bok Choy was my main course. It was delicious and fried calamari was my appetizer. I took home most of my food because the servering size was so large especially of the shrimp and calamari. I will certainly plan another trip to Boerne when I haven't eaten all day for another meal at the Cypress Grille!
This was my first visit to Cypress Grill Restaurant since moving to San Antonio recently. Made a reservation for four and drove an hour to get there. I ordered the "pork chop with house made applesauce." When it was served there was barely a teaspoon of applesauce so I asked for more on the side. Was told there would be a charge for extra. REALLY? A $29 porkchop and I'm asked to pay for more than a teaspoon of applesauce? Very disappointing! Don't plan to return!
First, you are met with the wonderful aroma of a wood burning kitchen. The decor is rustic,neat, comfortable, pleasing. Service is just right...not too much attention, but just the right amount of attention. Menu covers the array of protein selection and includes vegan/vegetarian (think gluten-free as well). I had Pork Chop stuffed with smoky gouda cheese...cooked just right. Spouse had the buffalo burger sans bun - was a little dry, but bison usually is a little dry. All in all an enjoyable evening...as we have experienced in the past. Recommended!
Love love Cypress Grille. Always love lunch specials.
We are frequent fliers here and only thing I would recommend is to change up their dinner menu. While they akways have a special I believe the dinner menu as well as lunch menu has had the same choices for last 4-5 years! I have been getting the Halibut with ravioli for as long as I can remember...
Always had a good to great experience at Cypress Grille. One of my favorite restaurants in the San Antonio/Boerne area period. This time the fish entrees were a little bit disappointing- my mahi was mildly overcooked and my mom's salmon special was good but the various elements did not seem to go together as well. Perhaps the chef was experimenting that evening.
Service was outstanding, and our helpful and always accomodating server pointed out the Wed Wine special that we availed of, and the crab cake appetizer portion was great and dessert (lava cake) was outstanding. My daughter's vegetable lasagna which she always gets (as only listed veggie entree on menu besides salad selection) was outstanding as always. The tables were perhaps half occupied mid-week evening so atmosphere was ideal for a quiet, subdued and relaxing conversation
Food is always great. Never had a bad experience, no matter what was ordered. Wait staff is always friendly and experienced. They are available for questions or to bring an extra napkin. The ambiance is warm and inviting. A great place to relax and enjoy a meal.
We went on NYE so it is probably not fair to criticize, but it was almost awful (we bought a nice bottle of wine that carried us through the experience). We had to walk into the kitchen to ask for the bread, twice. Our waiter showed up only once on his own and we had to run him down the rest of the time. My wife's fish was overcooked and very tough (they took it off the bill). My scallop dish was fine.
I think a restaurant should be judged on how it performs on difficult occasions like NYE. This used to be the Corner Wine Bar and I'm sorry it changed hands.
Spent New Year's Eve there and had superb food and an outstanding waitress. DIdn't like the table they reservedcinitially and they went above and beyond make another table happen on that busy night. Great service and great food... will recommend it any time.
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