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San Antonio Chapter Meet 'N Greet Cruise Event

  • 03/03/2018
  • 10:45 AM - 1:30 PM
  • San Antonio, Texas
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  • I will attend this event and will notify the Cadillac V-Club if my plans change and I am unable to attend. If I bring a guest, a guest fee payment of $15.00 is required at time of RSVP.
  • I will attend this event and will notify the Cadillac V-Club if my plans change and I am unable to attend.
  • As a prospective or regional member, I understand that I must pay the $15.00 meal fee at the time of my RSVP registration.

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The San Antonio Chapter of the Cadillac V-Club will meet at Ken Batchelor Cadillac at 10:45AM on Saturday, March 3 for a 45 mile cruise through the hill country to Bandera, Texas.  We will have lunch at the OST restuarant and have the John Wayne room reserved.

Meals and a non-alchoholic beverage are provided compliments of the Cadillac V-Club to all members and prospective members.  Guests are welcome to attend for a nominal guest fee due at the time you submit your RSVP registration form.  RSVP registration is required to attend this event.

Address: 305 Main Street, Bandera, Texas

Home-cooked chicken fried steak with cream gravy, Tex-Mex enchiladas, chuck wagon buffet, and sweet iced tea all sound like the standard noonday fare for Texans since the invention of the local diner. And these are exactly the meals you can still eat at the O.S.T. Restaurant in downtown Bandera. O.S.T. stands for “Old Spanish Trail”, a reference to the name of a proposed route designated by civic leaders across the southern U.S. who wished to improve highway access in 1915. Originally, leaders envisioned a two thousand eight hundred mile route from St. Augustine, Florida to the Pacific shores in San Diego, California.

Each southern state was given ultimate responsibility for their section of the route, thus circuitousness often redirected plans, including an alternative tourist route that wound through Bandera County and the Hill Country, inspiring the opening of the O.S.T. Restaurant in 1921. Today, the O.S.T. is one of the last remaining original restaurants along the route and, despite the construction of Interstate 10 which became the de facto Old Spanish Trail route, the O.S.T. still draws hungry crowds daily, particularly for lunch. The quirky “John Wayne Room” (featuring, yes, all things John Wayne) is a favorite sit-down section as are the saddle-topped counter stools where you can enjoy your chicken fried steak without ever having to exit the stirrups.