Getting in on the Game
34th Street Cafe: J*One*s Ranch Venison Summer Sausage Tuscan Pizza and a Venison Burger at lunch; Berry Glazed Venison Rack featured regularly at special wine tasting dinners.
The Belgian Restaurant: Venison is a regular menu feature.
Brio Vista: Pistachio Crusted J*One*s Ranch Venison Medallions in an Ancho-Cherry Sauce is a fixture of the dinner menu.
Cafe at the Four Seasons: Honey-Roasted Quail and a Hill Country Wild Boar Chop are always on the menu.
Driskill Grill: Buffalo Meatloaf, Rabbit Quesadillas, and Wild Boar Sausage are menu fixtures.
Jean-Pierre's Upstairs: Quail is a regular menu item.
Jeffrey's: The menu changes daily, but game -- venison, boar, antelope, ostrich -- figures prominently among the house's "New Texas" specialties.
The Lodge at Lakeview: Big, juicy Buffalo Burgers from J*One*s Ranch served with all the traditional fixin's.
Paggi House: Venison is a regular menu item, quail is a frequent dinner special, and emu and ostrich appear among the dinner specials from time to time.
Si Bon: J*One*s Ranch Venison Summer Sausage appetizer paired with Peppered Goat Cheese from Pure Luck Organic Farm.
Zoot: Regularly rotating game items include quail, venison, and caribou. With 3-4 days notice, Zoot will do its best to track down the game meat of your choice for a special dinner.
CALL IN ADVANCE TO SEE IF GAME IS A DAILY SPECIAL:
Basil's; The Bitter End; Chez Nous; Castle Hill Cafe; Granite Cafe; Jean-Luc's Bistro.
-- Rebecca Chastenet de Géry
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