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Holiday in Town
Features Story  May 26, 2000, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Kingsland The Antlers Lodge..."

Day Trips: Grand Central Cafe, Kingsland
Cafe from classic horror film still killin' it
Columns  February 5, 2015, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Grand Central Cafe in Kingsland has a serious past. The former farmhouse had a starring role in the classic slasher film The Texas Chain Saw Massacre..."

Scream Queens and Head Cheese
Rolling Roadshow slices up 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre'
DAILY Screens  June 7, 2011, by Richard Whittaker
"...Who moved The Texas Chainsaw Massacre house? Formerly on Quick Hill Road near Round Rock, the home of Leatherface and his clan is now the restaurant for the Antlers Hotel in Kingsland. That relocation did not stop the Rolling Roadshow from resurrecting its gory glory days in a special screening with the cast and crew last Saturday...."

Day Trips
Steam trains played a leading role in the development of Texas
Columns  August 7, 2009, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...If you want to spend the night in a real caboose, head to the Antlers Hotel in Kingsland. Built as a railroad resort in 1901 with steam trains delivering vacationers and traveling salesmen, the hotel's current owners have remodeled several railroad cars as additional suites...."

Mike & Charlie's Memories
Recent deaths of old friends has former mid-town mainstay on my mind
DAILY Food  November 2, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Jay Littlepage left Austin for the Highland Lakes area and became the general manager of the Antlers Hotel in Kingsland in 2000. The Antlers is one of the surviving late 19th century Central Texas railroad hotels and Jay presided over its renaissance during the last decade..."

Hill Country Food and Wine Guide
Food Story  April 5, 2002
"...KingslandThe Antlers Hotel (16)..."

Hill Country Food & Wine Guide
by Virginia B. Wood & the Cuisines staff
Food Story  April 13, 2001
"...KingslandThe Antlers Hotel (15)..."

Day Trips
Columns  May 16, 1997, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...When Dennis Thomas found The Antlers in Kingsland three years ago, the old railroad hotel hardly resembled its glory days when excursion trains from Austin stopped at its front door twice a day to unload guests for what was then one of the finest resorts in Texas. Built in 1901, the two-story, L-shaped hotel was operated by the Austin & Northwestern Railroad for vacationers wanting to escape the city for the Hill Country and the banks of the Colorado River..."

The Highland Lakes
1. Sonny's Tradition Restaurant & Club
Food Story  April 8, 1999, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Eat inside so the kids can play in the small arcade or order from the car. A friendly, well-mannered carhop will bring you an old-fashioned, burger-joint meal prepared the way they've been doing it since before anyone ever heard of golden arches. Kingsland 8..."

Hill Country Food and Wine Guide
Food Story  April 5, 2002
"...The Verandas Guest House 108 E. League, 512/715-0190Kingsland..."

Hill Country Food & Wine Guide
by Virginia B. Wood & the Cuisines staff
Food Story  April 13, 2001
"...Kingsland15. The Antlers Hotel Railroad crossing in Kingsland, off Hwy..."

Barbecue, competitive kolache eating, and more new babies
Food Column  September 21, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...We made some interesting discoveries while driving through the Hill Country towns of Kingsland, Llano, and Mason last week. Stopping at the historic Antlers Hotel (, we learned that the restaurant just across the road from the hotel is once again for lease..."

The Killing Fields, Kind Of
A culinary history of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre farmhouse
Food Story  October 31, 2003, by MM Pack
"...No, after years of neglect and vandalism, the old house on the hill was sold, cut into seven pieces (how ironic is that?), and carted away to Kingsland in 1998, where it now nestles companionably among the other Victorian structures of the venerable Antlers Hotel compound, owned by Austinites Barbara and Dennis Thomas. Anthony Mayfield painstakingly restored the house to its former unpretentious elegance, and it has been granted a new life as the Four Bears Restaurant...."

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