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About Springhouse Cafe - Hyatt Regency
Springhouse Café is a restaurant with a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa in San Antonio. It features a wide-ranging menu of delicious regional and Southwestern cuisine that has something for everyone to enjoy, and there's a menu specifically for kids. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, this restaurant is open all day and has a full bar to complement meals. Some popular options on the menu at Springhouse Café are burgers and fries, Cobb salad, waffles and pancakes.
Guests can gather here with friends or family before or after exciting resort activities. Diners may make reservations online to reserve seating at Springhouse Café.
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:30am - 11:30am
Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner:Daily: 5:30 -pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining
Valentines Day Morning Brunch
We frequent the Hyatt for golf and food ..you never go wrong at this resort...three 9 hole golf courses assure ample opportunity for quality golf and the various restaurants in and around the resort should be pleasing to any visitor!!
This is a great family place and food was good.
The service was superb. Our waiter Juan was the best we have ever had and we had a group that included small children who needed food right away and a variety of other needs. Juan was exceptional. The Hyatt should treasure that man and work to keep him as he made our evening delightful.
We will never eat there again. Food was bad. There were flies on the buffet that we pointed out to the kitchen staff who were put out by our comment. We had plates stacking up at our table that we had to move to a side table. All the waiters and kitchen staff could talk about when in earshot was when their shift was over. Carpets were filthy. Bad bad bad. We ate off resort the rest of our stay. We come to stay every year and forget how bad this restaurant is. We won't forget next time.
1st time visit
We wanted something a bit more up scale for the 4th of July, but this was casual, loud and lots of kids! The food wasn't worth $25 per person and the guitar singer definitely has to go. We couldn't hear each talk. The best part was the fireworks so I guess that's what we ended up paying for.
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