Where Great Food and Fine Wine Come Together for One Spectacular Evening

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Where Great Food and Wine Join Together for a Fabulous Wine Dinner




San Saba, where great food and wine come together. Pecan House Grill and Wedding Oak Winery join forces to host a wine pairing dinner.


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This is an outstanding opportunity to enjoy the excellent cuisine of Pecan House Grill in San Saba, with each course paired with select Wedding Oak wines. Tickets are limited. To make reservations, contact 325-372-5300, or rhonda@pecanhousegrill.com. Date: Tuesday, July 11. Time: 6:00 PM. Location: Pecan House Grill,

Special packages that include hotel room and dinner tickets are available. Perfect for out-of-town guests.



Wine Pairing Dinner – Seated 5- course dinner presented by Pecan House Grill. Complimentary wine pairings with each course presented by Wedding Oak Winery.


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Tuesday 11, 2023

6:00 PM



408 East Wallace Street, San Saba, TX 76877



(325) 372-5300


Tickets & Cost:

Tickets are available at Pecan House Grill or by calling 325.372.5300 or by emailing rhonda@pecanhousegrill.com.  Tickets are $100/person.


About Pecan House Grill

San Saba has been keeping a deliciously juicy secret. They now have a destination restaurant and bar in downtown with some amazingly good food.


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Clay Nettleship, owner of the beautiful boutique hotel – The Dofflemyer, has opened Pecan House Grill. The three-in-one-project brings San Saba our first upscale destination restaurant, as well as The Papershell Bar and The Pantry, a grocery meets gift store. Nettleship’s rugged-chic Texas bistro and bar concept opened in the Fall of 2020 in its historic home at 408 and 410 E. Wallace Street. The prime downtown location is ideal for residents and travelers along the HWY 16 corridor.


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About Wedding Oak Winery

Wine is about the shared pleasures of life — slowing down long enough to appreciate the blessings of the land while enjoying local food and wine with friends, family and community. That’s where we began.

We take our inspiration and name from the majestic, 400 year-old oak tree, known as the Wedding Oak Tree, which grows about 2.5 miles northwest from the winery. The stately tree has been the symbolic site of numerous ceremonies and weddings, beginning with Native Americans on to early settlers and continuing to this day. It reminds us of the importance of nature, the importance of place and the importance of celebrating relationships.





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