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New Year’s at a Houston Area Guest Ranch

Monday, December 27th, 2010

Avoid crowds this year and celebrate New Year’s at our lovely, rural Texas Vacation Ranch in Cat Spring. Come with yourself, a group of friends, or just one special person; our vacation cabins comfortably house as few as two and as many as eight people.

Each cabin comes with a fully equipped kitchen. Bring fixings for a great feast and enjoy an evening of cooking, or head to nearby Carol’s Cat Spring Restaurant, where New Year’s Eve Dinner will be served between 5:30 p.m. and midnight (reservations required).

New Year’s Eve Menu

Toast the arrival of 2011 at Carol's Cat Spring Restaurant.

Appetizer Platter:
Seafood-stuffed mushrooms
Stuffed Grilled jalapenos with Cream Cheese
Feta and wrapped with Peppercorn Bacon
Assorted Cheeses

Soup:
Lobster Bisque

Salad:
Spinach and Romaine with feta crumbles, dried berries, mandarin oranges and poppy seed dressing

Entrees:
Tasting Platter consisting of Filet Mignon with Merlot Demi glace, Seared Sea Bass and Chicken Cordon Bleu
or

Steamed Live Maine Lobster with drawn butter (Lobsters must be reserved in advance – see pricing below)

Sides:
Wild Mushroom Risotto and Asparagus

Desserts:
White Chocolate Bread Pudding
or
Chocolate Mousse

Tasting Platter meals are $59 per person and include a glass of champagne.
Lobster meals are $69 per person and must be ordered in advance.

Happy New Year Everyone!

Texas Monthly Praises Cat Spring Restaurant

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009
Texas Monthly Praises Carol's

Texas Monthly Praises Carol's

Texas Monthly magazine was created in 1972 by Michael R. Levy, a young man from Dallas who was “convinced that my state was ready for a really first class magazine that will appeal directly to the sophisticated, cosmopolitan folks that Texans have become.” (Texas Monthly, Feb. 1973). Since then, the magazine has grown and developed with the times, and can today be found online at www.texasmonthly.com. According to Texas Archival Resources Online, “the magazine began to define how Texas was emerging as a contemporary urban state while still clinging to its rural mythic past.”

It is no surprise that  Texas Monthly discovered fine dining in Cat Spring Texas. According to the magazine, if “hunger strikes while you’re traveling between Austin and Houston, detour a short distance and check out Carol Davis’ little oasis in a building that looks like a lodge. Here chef Doug Atkinson, who once cooked for Ruggles’ restaurants in Houston, is turning out dishes that far exceed the road-food norm. Lunch runs to sandwiches, burgers, and salads like grilled salmon with balsamic vinaigrette. Dinners include excellent bison fillet with port wine sauce and a fine, juicy pork chop with homemade apple butter.”

Proof enough that Carol’s is worth a detour while out and about in the Texas countryside. Consider extending your meal with a stay at Carol’s romantic guest ranch.


At Lehmann Ranch, 1 hour west of Houston

13251 Newberg Rd.
Cat Spring, TX 78933

Email: Carol@BlissWood.net
Phone: 713-301-3235

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