This restaurant provides casual fine dining by the lake. The Armadillo eggs, served with a jalapeño ranch dipping sauce, are stuffed with house-smoked pulled pork. There are salads and sandwiches for lunch, and seafood and meat entrees for dinner.
The folks who brought us the old Trading Post bring a new venture with steaks as well as burgers to die for, like the green-chile cheeseburger.
Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook a patio with a spectacular view of the Hill Country. But a new bar and an on-site organic farm have not distracted Executive Chef Benjamin Baker from creating cuisine that expresses a Hill Country aesthetic without being kitschy.
You have to get a move on to make the 7pm seating, but the unique and reasonably priced menu is worth the rush. Reservations are required, so call ahead.
This upscale Mediterranean menu carries an emphasis on seafood but also offers salads, burgers, and stone-oven-fired pizza.
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