Grand Central Cafe


Grand Central Café

and Club Car Bar


Restaurant Hours

Breakfast: Wednesday—Sunday  8am-2pm

Lunch: Wednesday—Sunday  2pm-4:30pm Appetizers

Dinner: Wednesday—Saturday  4:30pm-9pm

Open Sunday for Breakfast and Lunch 8am-2pm

Closed Monday and Tuesday


The train theme doesn't end with The Antlers Inn. Owners, Drew Gerencer and Rick Gregory, opened Grand Central Café in 2012 in the Victorian era house on the grounds right next to the original railroad tracks. We have comfortable rooms, fashioned with Grand Central Station in mind and adorned with train decor highlights. Additional seating was recently added on to the east wing of the restaurant. This area offers patrons a nice meal in a more casual environment.

Drew and Rick both come from customer service backgrounds and provide the best food and service in the area. Their excellent food and service also carry over to their hotel and coffee shop located just across the street at The Antlers Inn. It's no wonder their motto is, "We serve the best!" 

The extensive menu of Grand Central Café offers breakfast choices like the Freight Train (a stack of four pancakes we bet you can't finish), classic eggs benedict and omelets, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, and the Caboose (homemade fried pancake batter served a la mode). Lunch includes soups, salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. For a more elegant dinner, the appetizers (such as the Ahi Tuna or crab cakes) complement the entrées of Chicken Chardonnay, Chicken Fried Steak (voted best in Highland Lakes), or our famous New York Bleu York. If you listen carefully, you can still hear the train bells and whistles from the nearby train station of the past.

Connected to the restaurant is the Club Car Bar, a newly added space providing a cold beverage at the bar or a more casual dining experience without sacrificing the full menu. Here, you can find occasional live music. Owners Brad and Sandy Jones highlighted the famous beginnings of "The House" with Texas Chainsaw Massacre memorabilia. This Queen Anne home was used as the family home in the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre (film, 1974), and was moved from Round Rock, Texas to later find its home here at The Antlers. “TCM” lovers will recognize it and the staircase immediately.

If you are looking for a private meal, check with your host to see if orders for take out may be available. You can also take a bottle of wine back to your suite or cabin. For more information, visit us at





1001 King Court

Kingsland, Texas 78639

toll: 800.383.0007

ph: 325.388.4411

fax: 325.388.6488


Grand Central Cafe