We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our new Supper Club program: an ongoing series of pairing dinners with like-minded regional restaurants.
For our inaugural iteration, join us for this heavenly Hill Country mash-up where culinary-meets-country. Bryan’s on 290 from Johnson City will take over our kitchen for a multi-course dinner with rustically-refined drinks designed by our team.
Chef Bryan Gillenwater debuted his bungalow-based Johnson City restaurant to rave reviews, furthering what Treaty Oak has known all along: the Texas Hill Country offers some seriously awesome cuisine!
Our evening together will open with a welcome cocktail and appetizer followed by five courses from Chef William Rivera of Bryan’s on 290, perfectly paired with craft cocktails using Treaty Oak Ghost Hill Bourbon, Waterloo No.9 and Old Yaupon Gins, plus red and white wine from Treaty Oak’s own label.
We’re thrilled to partner with Bryan's on 290 for this first of many exciting pairing dinners, highlighting the ever-evolving eats and sips of Central Texas.
Cocktails and appetizers will be served at 6PM followed by the 5 course paired dinner.
Fire up for the Fourth of July with Treaty Oak! We invite you out for Independence Day and the rest of the weekend for food, drinks, and family fun.
Please note, we’re opening early at noon on Thursday and Friday!
H O U R S
Thursday: 12-9 pm
Friday: 12-9 pm
Saturday: 12-9 pm
Sunday: 12-6 pm
L I V E M U S I C
Thursday 5-8 pm: Armadillo Road - A Texas country band with a honky tonk sound
Saturday 2-5 pm: Graham Wilkinson
D R I N K S P E C I A L
Freedom Pop. Frozen lime daiquiri with cream, with blue curacao on bottom and grenadine on top. Looks like a bomb pop, taste like freedom.
Four part harmonies, seasoned musicians and versatile styles of music separate Silver and Gold from any typical regional act. With a strong classic rock backbone, country, pop, blues and touches of bluegrass embellish the well rounded sounds from the Dripping Springs based quintet...
DATE CHANGED TO JUNE 22, 2019
Love libations, cooking, fishing and fun? Treaty Oak Distilling and Duck Camp are combining fish tales and cocktails for this educationally epicurean adventure benefiting the Texas Coastal Conservation Association (CCA), a non-profit marine conservation organization.
Treaty Oak will feature a lesson on how to clean fish and prepare it two ways while guests enjoy special Ice Fishing cocktails. Lunch will follow alongside a guided tasting of our Treaty Oak Whiskeys: Ghost Hill Texas Bourbon, Red Handed Bourbon and Red Handed Rye. Then, enjoy a film produced by the avid sportsmen with Duck Camp. Finally, a beginner fly fishing casting demonstration by Diablo Paddlesports will close the afternoon with a Q&A session following. Be sure to bring your fly rod if you have one. If not, Diablo will have a few extras on hand.
Whiskey tasting and cocktails
Cooking class and lunch
Map of the best places to go fly fishing in central Texas
Fly Fishing instruction by Diablo Paddlesports: general strategies such as how to rig up, cast, and a demo from a kayak
Recipe cards so you can prepare your fish and whiskey cocktails at home
Receive 10% discount on property for the day by showing your wristband at any point of purchase
Benefiting: Texas Coastal Conservation Association (CCA)
Location: The Distillery @ Treaty Oak Distilling
Class Cost: $55
Add a 750ml bottle at a discounted price (15% off) so you can make these drinks at home, or a limited edition Treaty Oak branded Duck Camp shirt.
+ $38 Ghost Hill Texas Bourbon
+ $30 Red Handed Bourbon
+ $55 Red Handed Rye
+ $55 Treaty Oak / Duck Camp Shirt
12:30 pm - Treaty Oak Whiskey product introduction, tasting, and welcome cocktail in the Cocktail Lab
1:00 pm - Cooking & Cocktail Instruction + Lunch at the Distillery
2:15 pm - Fly fishing beginner casting 30 minute with 15 minute Q&A
Ice Fishing -
Red Handed Bourbon, dry vermouth, lime juice, blue grenadine, orange bitters, orange twist, Swedish Fish garnish
Ghost Hill Old Fashioned -
Ghost Hill Texas Bourbon, Angostura bitters, simple syrup, orange peel and a candied cherry garnish
Duck Camp will be onsite selling apparel and accessories
Fishing rods from a local Austin company
Treaty Oak Bottle Shop where bottles of Treaty Oak Whiskeys and Waterloo Gins are available for purchase as well as apparel, glassware and cocktail accessories
We welcome you and your loved ones to join us for a Father’s Day feast fit for the kings in your life. Our multi-section brunch buffet presents a deliciously wide selection of fruit, vegetable sides, pastries and entrees that will please any palate. Be sure to sign up for the washer tournament and play to win some great prizes!
B R U N C H
A limited number of seats are available per time slot. They will book up quickly, so please reserve your spot in advance! Walk-ins are welcome for seating inside if available, or outside on the patio at Alice's. Rickhouse Bar & BBQ will also be open noon-6pm where no reservations are required.
Available seatings at: 12 PM, 1 PM, 2 PM (11 AM is Sold Out)
Cost: Adults (ages 13 & up) $60 / Children (<12 years) $25
*Ticket price includes gratuity. There is no charge for children under 2 years old.
*Includes buffet, one beverage: Mimosa or Pecan Old Fashioned
A specialty sourced variety of organic fruit served with minty syrup and flowers
Houston Dairy Farms cheese and charcuterie board with housemade jams, barrel aged pickles
Pastry Display by Moonlight Bakery, includes peach apple kolaches, cheese danishes, butter croissants, blueberry muffins
Barton Springs Mill Hopi blue grits
Hatch pepper queso with housemade chorizo and corn tortilla chips from Fiesta Tortillas
Omelette station with eggs from Black Bear Farm & Apiary
Migas using eggs from Black Bear Farm & Apiary
Housemade bourbon bacon
Fresh pork sausage patties
Fried red potatoes drizzled with brisket fat and red wine vinegar
Crispy smoked and fried chicken thighs with housemade buttermilk waffles
Smoked t-bone lamb chops with mint jelly
Smoked house brisket with Oscar options
Smoked TX strip loin with chimichurri
Bourbon pecan pie with chantilly cream
W A S H E R T O U R N A M E N T
Teams of two with bracket-style play with awesome prizes for the winner and runners up.
1st place winners will receive a steak dinner, private tour and tasting, and private bottling from the barrel for 6
2nd place winners will receive dinner and private tour and tasting for 2
3rd place winners will receive their choice of bottle and Treaty Oak shirt
Sign up will be onsite at brunch check-in.
L I V E M U S I C
Treaty Oak House Band, 2-5 PM
We think gin should taste like where it comes from. For our Waterloo Gin line, we've honed what we call our “Texas Terroir,” using a variety of flavors found native to the Lone Star State.
Our Waterloo No.9 incorporates the requisite juniper with floral, lavender notes, buttery-rich pecans from San Saba, and bright citrus we source from the Rio Grande Valley. The Waterloo Old Yaupon Gin features yaupon tea leaves from Bastrop County and local wildflower honey, evoking sunny vibes as distinct as the Texas Hill Country.
We think of our gins as a regional fingerprint, representing a sense of place and a certain lifestyle.
In celebration of World Gin Day, we welcome you to come out to the ranch for a Taste of Texas!
10% off Gin Bottle Sales
Proceeds from Gin cocktails go to PAWS Shelter
Sign up for our Gin-centric Distillery Tour. Includes Waterloo bandana tie-dyed with natural inks created from repurposed produce
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM: Adam Johnson
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM: Dickie Lee Erwin
PAWS Shelter will receive proceeds from gin cocktails for the month of June. Treaty Oak is hosting a pet adoption on June 15th.
-Post a picture of your favorite Waterloo Gin bottle and/or cocktail before June 9th.
-Tag us @waterloo.gin.usa
to be entered in to win a Treaty Oak T Shirt and $25 Treaty Oak Gift Card