I went to taste if north side here. It was very beautiful grounds, houses, and facilities. Would be great for a wedding.
The food really sux here but we r members for some reason so need to get our monies worth! I like the social scene here better then the food it really sux for a country club! Do I have to put any stars!!! I guess I just like the free popcorn! :(
I held my wedding reception at The Club at Sonterra. It was perfect! The room was gorgeous, so it didn't need a ton of decorating. I'm a native Texan living in Massachusetts, so we had lots of friends and family from out of state. I wanted somewhere classy that still had a Texas feel to it and Sonterra really fit the bill. The grounds are lovely with lots of oak trees. We also got married in the LDS temple in San Antonio, which is about 5 minutes away from The Club. This made it very convenient for our guests, and Micki, the even coordinator, was familiar with Mormon weddings (ie she knew we wouldn't need a bar).
We worked with Micki Moore, who was very easy to work with. I originally booked the Ivy Room, which was lovely, but when the Horizon room opened up a few days later, she let me know immediately and re-booked us there (it's an even prettier room). She was always available to answer questions through email. She even got us some sparkling cider that we requested at the last minute.
The food was excellent. We chose to let our guests choose between salmon, chicken, or vegetarian. Lots of guests commented on how good the food was. Service was great too.
Sonterra was also very reasonably priced. Several of the venues we looked at cost $1000-$2000 just for the venue, plus the cost of catering. Sonterra's food was about $23 per person, but there is no extra charge for renting the space.
If you are looking for somewhere classy yet reasonably priced, the Club at Sonterra is the place to go.
I'm part of a networking group that meets at The Club at Sonterra every week for lunch and bonding. My group rocks and I would willingly follow them anywhere....well mostly anywhere.
Sonterra is A-ok. The grounds are well manicured and the common spaces clean. The food is lacking. I've been served some of the most unappetizing dishes here. For the buffet I usually stick to the salad and they have to special order me gluten free food since the chefs here put gluten in everything. Dry chicken, unimaginative fare. Shrug. At least I don't have to pay for it.