Quiet, intimate, delicious, relaxing, and romantic... I will miss this place and the wonderful dining experience it provided.
Absolutely outstanding. A true hidden gem. Creative cooking without anything "over the top." I would fly to San Antonio just to eat here
Always a favorite for special occasions - just wnet for my 65th birthday. You can't go wrong with the 8 course tasting menu with wine pairings. Expensive, but worth it. This is a high end restuarant .. and it is priced like one. If $$$ are an issue, then try the lunches which are less than $20. If you live... More
On Aug. 20, 2011 my husband and I along with another couple, visited this restaurant. It has a lovely setting. The room we were seated in was so hot that we were all uncomfortable, my husband had sweat running down his back! The server said, "Well, it is summer is San Antonio!" Really??!! It is always hot is SA during... More
If you're a foodie, The Lodge is a must. For me The Lodge is a food experience as if you have been welcomed at a Chef's table. Chef Dady has wonderful creations, standards, foams, and deconstructed desserts. If you are looking for a truly delightful food experience, visit The Lodge.
Decided to go to The Lodge for our 15th Anniversary dinner. This place did not disappoint. Finding the drive way into the restaurant was a little strange - a more obvious sign would be useful for that. But otherwise - this is a mansion that has been converted into a fine dining restaurant. The rooms are very intimate with only... More
Usually if a restaurant isn't on OpenTable, I don't book a reservation, but in the case of The Lodge, it's worth doing it the old-fashioned way [by phone, talking to a real person]. This was one of the best chef's tasting menus I have ever experienced. As you drive up the winding driveway, the setting is beautiful and the converted... More
My wife and I have had dinner at the Lodge three times thus far. Chef Dady has not disappointed us yet. The restaurant is actually a remodeled old mansion with multiple small dining rooms--we prefer to sit upstairs and look out through the live oaks. I felt compelled to write this review somewhat in response to the others here--namely because... More
My wife and I celebrated our anniversary dinner at the Lodge. We chose the sampler menu with the wine pairing. The sea scallops with a deconstructed bloody mary sauce was a surpise. As was the corn bisque and especially the salad for the second course. The duck confit with pasta was heavenly. The salmon of the 4th course was a... More
We went to the Lodge for our wedding anniversary. They didn't anything extra or special for us like some other places do. We did the most expensive dinner option - the five course with wine pairings for $110 each. The dishes were very good, and although the portions seemed tiny by the end of it we were extremely full and... More
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