We want to make your Texas Hill Country dining experience unforgettable. Our team of chefs put as much focus on the restaurant as we do to the rest of the property. We strive to provide as close to 100% farm-to-table ingredients from local purveyors as possible and select products that are produced and raised in a healthy, ethical manner. Our Head Chef designs the á la carte menu based on available seasonal ingredients. Fresh, local ingredients and vegetables grown in our own garden enable us to deliver incredible quality right from the Hill Country.
Texas Hill Country Dining Near Austin
Enjoy Fresh Hill Country Cuisine at Sage Hill Restaurant
We feature a curated list of the top whites, reds and Champagne from Texas and other high-quality wine regions, along with our favorite local beers. Wine and beer service is available whenever the restaurant is open, and guests are welcome to bring their own wine for a nominal corkage fee.
Start Your Morning Off Right at Sage HIll
Every morning in our dining room, between 8:30 -10:00 AM, you’ll find a bountiful spread for our included continental breakfast, as well as an optional hot breakfast item for an additional charge of $15. In addition, a tray of house-baked breakfast breads, as well as an assortment of fresh seasonal fruits and our homemade granola, is always available. And, of course, every day at our Texas Hill Country inn and spa begins with a glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice, locally-sourced coffee, and a choice of teas!
Savor a 3-Course Dinner Each Evening
Our 3-course dinner has seating between 6:00 to 7:00 pm every night. Guests may seat themselves at their pre-assigned tables. Seating in the dining room is communal, but we do have more intimate tables available per request. Seating is arranged much like a dinner party with anywhere from 4, 6, or 8 guests to a table. Our Chef has suggested wine pairings with each meal, but if you are in the mood for something different, our entire wine and beer menu is always available. Feel free to come in casual dress. Dinner is also open to the public Monday through Wednesday. Openings are subject to availability, so please call ahead at (800) 579-7686 to reserve your seat.
Coffee, Tea Bar, Orange Juice & Milk
Hot Breakfast ($15/person)
Your choice of one:
Avocado Toast with Tomato and Egg on Top with Bacon on the Side
Berry Pancakes with Eggs and Bacon
Two Tacos with Egg, Bacon or Sausage, Cheese, and Potatoes on the Side
Eggs – $4
Bacon – $4
Additional Full Breakfast Entrée – $15
Sparkling Sangria – $8
Texas-Sized Mimosa – $8
*Eggs cooked to order (scrambled or over easy).
*Sorry, we politely decline substitutions.
GF = gluten free
Your choice of one:
Roasted Garden Vegetables (GF, V, DF)
Garlic, Herb Butter smashed Potatoes (GF, VG)
Toasted Lemon, Garlic Couscous (VG)
Roasted Rainbow Beets (GF, V, DF)
Your choice of one:
Roasted Cauliflower and Chickpea Ancient Grain Bowl (V)
Pasta with Basil Pesto, Tomatoes, and Roasted Lemon Chicken
Ahi Tuna Steak with a Cucumber Salad (GF)
Sliced Pork Loin with a Creamy Herb Sauce (GF)
Your choice of one:
Skillet Cookie with Vanilla Ice Cream (GF)
Crème Brulee (GF)
Sorbet (GF, V, DF)
*Dish incorporates fresh vegetables and herbs from our Sage Hill garden.
(GF) – Gluten Free | (V) – Vegetarian | (DF) – Dairy Free | (VG) – Vegan | (P) – Pescatarian
Communal dinner in the dining room is served between 6pm & 7pm.
Beer & Wine Menu
B.R. Cohn Chardonnay, Russian River Valley, Sonoma County 2016 – 12/45
Well-balanced, highlighting white peach, pithy tangerine, and nectarine flavors, with nutmeg and spice notes.
Clos Pegase, Sauvignon Blanc, 2019 – 11/40
Crystal clear and pale lemon yellow color with expressive aromas of citrus, cut hay , and a touch of jasmine. On the palate the acid is focused, keeping the mouthfeel crisp and refreshing.
Fall Creek Vineyards, Chenin Blanc, Driftwood, Texas 2013 – 10/36
With captivating aromas and inviting creamy texture, bursting with unctuous ripe pear and sweet peach, finishing smoothly with enough acidity to balance the end-note of honeysuckle. Pairs natural with spicy or racy foods.
Masi Masianco, Pinot Grigio, Venezia, Italy, 2018 – 12/45
Made using a blend of freshly harvested Pinot Grigio and semi dried Verduzzo grapes. Enjoy aromas and flavors of ripe pear, citrus and apricot with mineral, nutty and honeyed notes. Light and crisp with a clean finish.
Red Wine & Moscato
The Zin, Zinfandel, Lodi, Napa, California, 2017 – 16/60
Bold notes of raspberry and clove follow flavors of cranberry on the palate. Firm tannins meld into a lovely, soft acidity making this a wonderfully balanced Zinfandel.
Cherry Pie, Three Counties Pinot Noir, Tri-County,California, 2017 – 15/56
Meiomi (May-OH-mee) a layered blend of Pinot Noir from the California Coast. Bright berry fruit forward, hints of vanilla and spice with a slightly acidic finish.
Tempranillo, Becker Vineyards, Stonewall, Texas 2016 – 13/50
This Tempranillo is a balanced offering of fruit and tannin and has plenty of lift in the body to carry the flavors of dried cherries, herbs, and spice. Giving way to notes of black pepper, coffee, and toasted oak just around the edge. What unfolds from there is intriguing and sublime note of red fruit and herbs on the finish.
Joel Gott Blend No. 815, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2018 – 16/60
The 2018 815 Cabernet Sauvignon has aromas of bright red fruit, black cherry and raspberry with notes of vanilla and white pepper. The wine opens with dark, concentrated fruit flavors, followed by balanced tannins on the mid-palate, and notes of cedar on the long, textured finish.
Rosé & Moscato
Marquis de la Tour, Rosé, France, Loire Valley 2010 – 14/50
Notes of strawberries and raspberries taste. Round and fresh with sweet berry notes with subtle, vanilla note.
Becker Vineyard, Moscato, Stonewall, Texas 2019 – 8/28
A sweet and lovely wine with front notes of jasmine, citrus, and honey. The back palate finishes with a touch of tropical fruit and caramelized sugar.
Gouguenheim, Malbec Bubbles Sparkling Rosé, Mendoza, Argentina – 16/58
Delicate with red fruit aromas, predominately of cherries and strawberries. Very fresh in the mouth, soft tones with equilibrated acidity. Small and brilliant bubbles.
Sofia Mimi Brut Rosé (Can), California 2019 – 6
Blended from, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Brut Rosé Minis bestow light effervescence and fragrant notes of fresh fruit and flowers.
Ruffino, Prosecco Sparkling Wine – 750ml – 6/21
The bouquet is fragrant and intensely fruity. It shows clean notes of apples, pears, and citrus, accompanied by slight hints of hawthorn, wisteria and elder. Crisp, clean and delicate with fine bubbles caressing. Intense sensations of apples and peaches drive a pleasant aftertastes.
Nicolas Feuillatte, Champagne – 750ml – 21/75
A well structured Brut Champagne boasting fresh and fruity notes. Delicate on the palate, characterized by finesse and elegance. Impressive aromatic breadth, creamy texture, appealing freshness, a fruit extravaganza.
Mumm Napa, Brut Prestige, Napa Valley, Sparkling Wine – 187ml (Quarter Bottle) – 15
Brut Prestige features fine bright citrus, red apple, stone fruit and creamy vanilla aromas, with hints of toast, honey and gingerbread spice.
Marqués de Cáceres, Brut – 750ml
Pale straw color revived by fine bubbles. Bouquet of brioche with a hint of apples and white flowers. Dry and balanced in the mouth with good length intensified by its fine bubbles.
Sparkling Sangria – 8
A refreshing Sangria infused with seasonal fruit, sugar syrup, and a splash of Champagne.
Texas-Sized Mimosa – 8
A Texas- sized helping of Champagne and fresh squeezed orange juice.
Local Beer & Cider
Dos Equis – 5
Shiner Bock, Shiner, TX – 5
Shiner Light Blonde, Shiner, TX – 5
Hoppy Duck IPA, Taylor, TX – 5
Austin Eastciders Dry Cider, Austin, TX – 5
There is a $10 per bottle corkage fee for all outside alcohol.