30 San Antonio Restaurants Worth Checking Out During Culinaria's Restaurant Weeks 

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Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the 2019 edition of Restaurant Weeks will allow San Antonians to taste food and drink from more than 100 participating area restaurants. Here are just some of the local spots we're excited to stop by and have a feast.
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NOLA Brunch & Beignets
111 Kings Ct, (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com
You’re doing Restaurant Week, but NOLA will have you thinking you’re actually in New Orleans. One bite of a beignet will have you thinking you’re out on the bayou. The brunch staple will offer a special $15 lunch menu consisting of three courses (which thankfully ends with the powdered sugar treat).
Photo via Instagram / nola_brunchsa
Botika
303 Pearl Pkwy #111, (210) 670-7684, botikapearl.com
Is it Peruvian fare? Or Asian bites? It’s both! If you’ve yet to stop by Botika, consider Culinaria the perfect time to get acquainted with this trendy, yet tasty fusion restaurant at the Pearl.
Photo via Instagram / botikapearl
The General Public
17619 La Cantera Pkwy Ste 102, (210) 920-1101, thegenpublic.com
Looking for a fun night out during Restaurant Week? The General Public is coming through for you. This modern gastropub will offer a $15 lunch option and $35 for dinner, giving you selections like TGP Chicken Salad and Chicken Tortilla Chili.
Photo via Instagram / thegenpublic
Grayze
521 E Grayson St, (210) 481-8776, grayzeongrayson.com
Whether you go during warmer days for the patio or truly stop by the food, Grayze has American bites, beer and cocktails, so take the crew and enjoy a boozy meal together.
Photo via Instagram / sanantoniomunchies
Range
125 E Houston St, (210) 227-4455, rangesa.com
Not feeling like barbecue but still want to sample some delicious meats from Chef Jason Dady. Range is the place to be then. With chophouse steaks and cocktails to match, your meal is one treat after another with the cotton candy to wrap it all up.
Photo via Instagram / rangesanantonio
Kimura
152 E Pecan St #102, (210) 444-0702, kimurasa.com
Though super tiny, Kimura packs in plenty of flavor into its bowls of ramen that will have you addicted. Get your bowl just like you like it and be thankful that Chef Michael Sohocki has blessed us with such a spot. Make a reservation to avoid what will surely be a lengthy wait.
Photo by kodymelton for kimura_ramen
Market on Houston
205 E Houston St, (210) 554-1721, marketonhouston.com
Doing Restaurant Week solely for the ‘gram? (Instagram, that is.) Flex on your followers and hit up Market, the chic gourmet shop in the heart of the Alamo City. Serving farm-to-table fare and complete with craft beer and wine offerings, Market will have you feeling like a true foodie.
Photo via Instagram / marketonhouston
Il Forno
122 Nogalitos St, (210) 616-2198, ilfornosa.com
Neapolitan wood-fired pizza and chill vibes? Yeah we’re talking about Il Forno. Stop by for delicious pizzas made from locally-sourced ingredients and be sure to wash it down with a local beer to match.
Photo by kodymelton for ilfornosa
Maverick Texas Brasserie
710 S St Mary's St, (210) 973-6050, mavericktexas.com
A newcomer to the Restaurant Week scene, the beautiful Southtown eatery will surely have people talking with its Southern fare. Sure, it’s always a good time to stop by, but doing so this week will let you experience the excitement of this favorite truly coming into the local food scene.
Photo via Instagram / jesselizarraras
Alamo BBQ Co.
511 E. Grayson, (210) 994-8099, twobrosbbqmarket.com
Brought to you by Two Bros. BBQ Market, Chef Jason Dady is all about the ‘cue and remembering the Alamo. Go for the classics this Restaurant Week and stop by for delicious meats and sides that definitely hold their own.
Photo via Instagram / alamobbqcompany
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Zinc Bistro & Bar
207 N Presa St, (210) 224-2900, zincwine.com
New American fare inspired by the Southwest is what you can expect at Zinc if you’re a first-time visitor. Whether you’re a newbie or dedicated diner, champagne and cocktails will have you feeling plenty cozy at this chic space.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.vortooth
Zocca Cuisine d’Italia
420 W Market St, (210) 444-6070, zoccariverwalk.com
Contemporary Italian fare is up for grabs over at Zocca. Special Culinaria menus for lunch and dinner let you see what all is about with selections such as polenta lasagna and duck leg confit.
Photo via Instagram / zoccasa
Battalion
604 S Alamo St, (210) 816-0088, battalionsa.com
Dynamic duo Andrew Goodman and Stefan Bowers got it right with Italian fare over at Battalion. Obviously everyone agrees since this Southtown spot is popping. Go and see what the fuss is about. If you’re committed to visiting during Restaurant Week, you should definitely reserve a table.
Photo via Instagram / battalionsa
Hop & Vine
5619 W Loop 1604 N #109, (210) 878-4071, hopandvinesa.com
Head over to Alamo Ranch for comfort food, craft beer and wine at Hop & Vine. While it may sound a bit ritzy, H&V is actually super chill, perfect for a just-enough date night that won’t have you feeling like you’re going all out.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
Tribeca 212
4331 McCullough Ave, (210) 320-0698, tribeca212.com
If sophisticated dining is on your agenda, Tribeca 212 should definitely be on your shortlist of restaurants during this year’s Culinaria offering. With a diverse array of American dishes from seafood to steak, this Olmos Park favorite will truly have something for everyone.
Photo via Instagram / tribeca212
Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden
312 Pearl Pkwy Bldg. 3, (210) 354-4644, boilerhousesa.com
You can leave it to the Pearl to offer plenty of happenings during Restaurant Week. Boiler House is getting in on the fun, so pick a wine to sip on and explore the menu like never before.
Photo via Instagram / boilerhousesa
Tre Trattoria at the Museum
200 W. Jones St #501, (210) 805-0333, samuseum.org
Of course Chef Jason Dady’s beautiful Italian eatery at the San Antonio Museum of Art is taking part in the Restaurant Week fun. For the first time in its new location, this go-around will let guests enjoy Dady’s pizza and pasta offerings while also appreciating the airy patio on the river.
Photo via Instagram / tre_trattoria
Biga on the Banks
203 S St Mary's St, (210) 225-0722, biga.com
Chef Bruce Auden is prepared to take care of all your culinary needs so long as you stop by Biga on the Banks during Restaurant Week. New American cuisine is on the menu, and a spectacular fine dining experience awaits you. Oh, and you’ll get a great view of the River Walk, too.
Photo by kodymelton for bigaonthebanks
Dorrego’s
150 E Houston St, (210) 230-8454, dorregos.com
Found inside the beautiful Hotel Valencia, Dorrego’s brings Argentinean fare to your table. The Downtown restaurant also pairs plates with wines, so you can be sure it’ll be a swanky affair.
Photo via Instagram / dorregos
Restaurant Gwendolyn
152 E Pecan St #100, (210) 222-1849, restaurantgwendolyn.com
Specializing in upscale American fare made without motorized machines, this throwback spot still manages to make some of the tastiest bites in the Alamo City. The highly-regarded Chef Michael Sohocki will surely make your tummy happy when you treat yourself to an evening at Restaurant Gwendolyn.
Photo via Instagram / safood.e
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Bliss
926 S Presa St, (210) 225-2547, foodisbliss.com
New American fare? Check. Charc boards and wine? Check. What else are you looking for this Restaurant Week? Whatever it is, Bliss is a can’t-miss for food lovers wanting to sample the best of SA’s food scene.
Photo via Instagram / justlikethepresident
High Street Wine Co.
302 Pearl Pkwy #104, (210) 908-9144, highstreetwine.com
When wine is front and center, you can expect a spot to hold it down. With wines available at your disposal by the glass and small bites to hold you over, this wine bar at the Pearl makes for a boozy hangout to get your culinary journey started.
Photo via Instagram / highstreetwine
Outlaw Kitchens
2919 N Flores, (210) 300-4728, outlawkitchens.com
Creating specially-made dishes that will have you wondering how you ever lived without it, Outlaw Kitchens keeps the plates inventive while filling your tummy. Consider this your Restaurant Week mainstay that will not disappoint.
Photo via Instagram / outlawkitchens
Periphery
2512 N Main Ave, (210) 966-0404, peripherysa.com
Complete with rustic-chic decor, this eatery lets you choose between Italian fare and American selections inspired by Southern cuisine. But hey, it’s Restaurant Week, so why not have it all?
Photo via Instagram / iamjaimemonzon
The Cookhouse
720 E Mistletoe Ave, (210) 320-8211, cookhouserestaurant.com
Would cajun fare totally hit the spot right now? Be sure and stop by The Cookhouse for what will undoubtedly be a scrumptious night of Creole dishes. The special $45 dinner menu includes two courses and a dessert, letting you taste Cookhouse’s gumbo, jambalaya and bread pudding.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
255 E Basse Road, (210) 824-9463, flemingssteakhouse.com
For a truly high-end experience, visit Fleming’s over near the Quarry. With prime beef and other treats like lobster and pork chops, you’re bound to get the meat sweats at Fleming’s. Make your reservation now.
Photo via Instagram / flemingssteakhouse
Boudro’s Texas Bistro
421 E Commerce St, (210) 224-8484, boudros.com
With Texan bites at the helm, it goes without saying that Boudro’s is a spot worth dining at more than once. Whether you’re in on the greatness that is Boudro’s or are visiting for the first time, just think of Restaurant Week as the perfect excuse for stopping by and having some tableside guacamole.
Photo via Instagram / boudrostexasbistro
The Rustic
17619 La Cantera Pkwy Ste 204, (210) 245-7500, therustic.com
You’re probably used to stopping by The Rustic for live music and beer galore, but you should definitely give the food a try if you haven’t already. Available during Restaurant Week for $15 for lunch and $35 for dinner, you can choose from your mix of salads, soups and sandwiches.
Photo via Instagram / therusticsa
Meadow Neighborhood Eatery + Bar
555 W Bitters Road #110, (210) 481-4214, meadowsanantonio.com
Husband-wife duo PJ and Lindsey Edwards will make their Restaurant Week debut under Meadow, which brings seasonal Texas Southern fare to SA’s food scene. So put down your cowboy hat and feast on these carefully-selected and oh so tasty dishes.
Photo via Instagram / meadow_sa
Paloma Blanca
5800 Broadway St #300, (210) 822-6151, palomablanca.net
Upmarket Mexican cuisine with gluten-free and paleo options?! This may sound like the stuff of dreams, but it can totally be your next meal during Restaurant Week. Don’t miss it, y’all.
Photo via Instagram / saomnivore
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NOLA Brunch & Beignets
111 Kings Ct, (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com
You’re doing Restaurant Week, but NOLA will have you thinking you’re actually in New Orleans. One bite of a beignet will have you thinking you’re out on the bayou. The brunch staple will offer a special $15 lunch menu consisting of three courses (which thankfully ends with the powdered sugar treat).
Photo via Instagram / nola_brunchsa