Chef and vintner pairs seafood and burgers with goat cheese creamed corn, browned butter hollandaise, and smoked gouda orzo
- Expires Sep 29, 2012
- Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. 24hr minimum advanced reservation required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit.
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- $10 for $20 worth of contemporary American lunch fare
- $20 for $40 worth of contemporary American dinner fare for two people
- $40 for $80 worth of contemporary American dinner fare for four or more people
Entrees include marinated flank steak with smoked gouda and lemon orzo ($24), crispy sea bass with gnocchi ($29), and pan-roasted quail with goat cheese creamed corn ($23). See the full menu.LightCatcher Winery & Bistro
Every Thursday at LightCatcher Winery & Bistro, the aroma of sizzling burgers wafts past the oak trees and cherry-red umbrellas that border the flagstone patio. Owners Caris and Terry man the grill, doling out Angus beef burgers with sides of potato salad and blackberry cobbler. This weekly cookout is part of the duo’s effort to transcend the oft-intimidating aura that surrounds wine, establishing the winery as a casual community hub. On Fridays and Saturdays, a different menu offers upscale bistro fare. They welcome fledgling sippers to sample wines in the tasting room and happily answer wine-related questions, such as how to choose the perfect glass or how to properly perform a spit take when confronted with the indecency of a gentleman caller without a top hat.
Although they may foster a casual atmosphere, Caris and Terry take wines seriously. They scour Texas vineyards in search of the most flavorful grapes and have won numerous awards for their winemaking efforts. Additionally, Caris tailors LightCatcher Winery & Bistro’s menu to complement the libations, enhancing seafood and burgers with savory flourishes such as goat cheese creamed corn.