All the Restaurants that will be at Flavor, San Antonio's Biggest Food Event 

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We're just days away from Flavor, where San Antonio restaurants and bakeries offer up their delicious treats. You'll be able to sample bites from 35+ restaurants in various cuisines, enjoy craft beer and wine, signature cocktails and a live Culinary Showdown, starring four top San Antonio chefs and celebs. There will also be live music, beats by SoundCream, Contemporary Art Month art installations, and more. San Antonio Flavor is a charitable event benefiting Culinaria 501c3.

PS – it's not too late to get tickets!
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Davila's BBQ
418 W Kingsbury St, Seguin, (830) 379-5566
A hop-skip away in Seguin is where you’ll find Davila’s BBQ, owned by third generation pitmaster/chef Adrian Davila.
Photo via Instagram / davilasbbq
El Bucanero
Multiple locations,
Ceviches, aguachiles, fried perfection are what El Buc is known for across three different locations in San Antonio.
Photo via Instagram / nearlyheadless
152 E Pecan St, (210) 444-0702,
The OG ramen bar is coming back to Flavor. Owned by Michael Sohocki, Kimura uses local ingredients to create savory broths and specials.
Photo via Instagram / chifoodiegram
Toastie Buns
Ranger Creek, (210) 639-6234,
The Toastie Buns food truck is back from the dead! Chef Dominic Chacon relaunched the burger vehicle last year and we’re into it.
Photo via Instagram / toastiebunsfoodtruck
Cover 3
1806 TX-1604 Loop, (210) 497-9700,
Refined bites to pair with your sportsball viewing are what you’ll find at Cover 3.
Photo via Instagram / yelpsanantonio
Viva La Dough
6222 De Zavala Rd, (210) 634-9535,
Sweet treats don’t get any sweeter than at this mother-daughter-owned shop with nostalgia-filled flavors.
Photo via Instagram / dancejerrydance
Dignowity Meats
1701 E Houston St, (210) 462-1496,
This Eastside spot is known for their smoked and cured meat sandwiches, great sides and dinnertime fried chicken.
Photo via Instagram / the.mary.collazo
1012 S Presa St, (210) 532-2551,
The tiny Southtown restaurant has been delivering big flavors by chef Lisa Astorga-Watel since 2012.
Photo via Instagram / birerestaurantsa
303 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 670-7684,
Peruvian meets Japanese and Chinese fusion at this Pearl restaurant known for their bento boxes and bountiful sushi platters.
Photo via Instagram / botikapearl
Brew's Lee Tea Station
4009 Broadway St,
Bubble tea is served up any which way you want at this cute Alamo Heights shop that also specializes in noodle dishes and rice bowls.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
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The Art of Donut
3428 N St Mary’s St, (210) 265-5423,
Cute donuts? Check. Great flavors? Check. Sweet treats in the evening? You bet.
Photo via Instagram / hungrytravelingmama
106 Auditorium Circle, (210) 802-1860,
Beautiful, bountiful vegetables are what’s in store at this gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy-free restaurant.
Photo via Instagram / pharmtable
Multiple locations,
Greek fare inside a fast casual setting is what Papouli’s is great at. Head here for a feta, gyro, and all the hits.
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2M Steakhouse
2731 S WW White Rd, (210) 885-9352,
Recognized the state over as some of the best barbecue you can get your hands on, 2M Steakhouse is still making locals happy with their Mexican-influenced sausages, tacos and more.
Photo via Instagram / texasjoker1313
Primal Juice & Smoothies
9703 Bandera Rd, (210) 803-0710,
Get your fill of turmeric and fresh veggies at this juice shop.
Photo via Instagram / insurancesatx
Cosmic Cakery
150 W Olmos Dr, (210) 387-2305,
From cake pops to cupcakes, Cosmic Cakery nails decor and flavor in poppable bites.
Photo via Instagram / cosmiccakery
710 S St Mary’s St, (210) 973-6050,
The newest kid on the block is also the best looking. At Maverick, chef Chris Carlson is taking on a 200-plus seater restaurant with wood-fired menu items and more.
Photo via Instagram / maverick.sanantonio
Market on Houston
205 E Houston St, (210) 554-1721,
Get a taste of downtown with the Sheraton Gunter’s restaurant, which focuses on New American fare.
Photo via Instagram / sarahtheissen
Villa Rica
403 Blue Star, (210) 635-0036,
Chef Johnny Hernandez’s latest is coming all the way from Veracruz, Mexico and the menu is filled with seaside favorites like ceviches, cocteles, new-to-SA takes on seafood.
Photo via Instagram / wherethatfoodsa
Thai Topaz
2177 NW Military Hwy, (210) 290-9833,
The Northwest Military outpost packs in Thai faves in a casual setting.
Photo via Yelp / Thai Topaz
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Two Step
9840 W Loop 1604 N, (210) 688-2686,
The storied 1604 restaurant is known for its badass brisket, cold margaritas and fabulous patio. Giddy up.
Photo via Instagram / do210
2, 312 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 314-8166,
This Austin-based ice creamery found its home at the Pearl with locally sourced ingredients.
Photo via Instagram / shibby_15
Southern Grit
503 Chestnut,
It’s always a beignet bash when chef Michael Grimes is around. Savory or sweet, the Louisiana staples are his forte.
Photo via Instagram / southerngritflavor
Toro Kitchen
115 N Loop 1604 E, (210) 592-1075,
You can get your fill of paella on a year-round basis at this Stone Oak hot spot that delivers with tapas and Spanish-style drinks.
Photo via Instagram / alyssa_a
521 E Grayson St, (210) 481-8776,
One of the first restaurants to open off Grayson, Grayze features veggie-forward dishes, soul-comforting bites and fun patio drinks.
Photo via Instagram / grayzeongrayson
Paesano's Lincoln Heights
555 E Basse Rd, (210) 828-5191,
Choose from more than 230 wines to pair with traditional Italian dishes. Opt for the Red Snapper.
Photo via Instagram / texas_made_eats
Wildflower Caramel
312 Pearl Pkwy,
Ellyn Dixon brought homemade caramels to San Antonio and she threw in a twist. Favorites include maple bourbon and horchata.
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Humble House
312 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 212-7260,
A staple at the Pearl Farmers Market on weekends, Humble House Foods also has a line of tasty sauces you should definitely keep a bottle of at home.
Photo via Instagram / humblehousefoods
First Watch
Multiple locations,
Breakfast for dinner? Formerly known as The Egg & I, First Watch packs in rustic vibes with juices and scrambles for every appetite.
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Fahrenheit 32
226 W Bitters Rd, (210) 627-6232,
Rolled ice cream doesn’t get much better than this El Paso-based shop in the city’s Northside.
Photo via Instagram / abbietorrie
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Sangria on the Burg
5115 Fredericksburg Rd, (210) 265-3763,
The Medical Center restaurant is home to great fideo, weekly taco specials and tasty adult beverages. Stop in and say hi to chef Ceasar Zepeda.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
Jamaica Jamaica
2026 Austin Hwy, (210) 590-0515,
It’s not Flavor unless we pack in food from across the globe that can be found in San Antone. Jamaica Jamaica recently moved to a larger location off Austin Hwy.
Photo via Instagram / sanantoniomunchies
Sweet Chela's
2118 Cincinnati Ave, (210) 897-0879,
Cake, cake, cake. Sweet Chela’s owner Maricela Olguin is a cake wiz that’ll turn your next event into a party.
Photo via Instagram / sweetchelas
Culinary Institute of America
312 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 554-6400,
The San Antonio branch of the Culinary Institute of America features one restaurant, Nao, and its own bakery, CIA Bakery & Cafe. Check out what the students are up to these days.
Photo via Instagram / ciabakerycafe
Summer Moon
3233 N St Mary’s St, (210) 320-1773,
Sweet and filled with several secret spices, Summer Moon’s signature milk pairs perfectly with their fire-roasted coffee.
Photo via Instagram / sagreedyguts
Shake Shack
7427 San Pedro Ave, (210) 277-4770,
New York’s finest burgers finally landed in San Antonio last year with lustful milkshakes, spicy chicken sandwiches and a hungry and willing fan-base.
Photo via Instagram / raegarza25
5539 North Loop 1604 W, (210) 202-2694,
Tee spot yes, but Top Golf also has an intense menu of goodies (both food and drinks). Check out what you’ve been missing.
Photo via Instagram / topgolf
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Davila's BBQ
418 W Kingsbury St, Seguin, (830) 379-5566
A hop-skip away in Seguin is where you’ll find Davila’s BBQ, owned by third generation pitmaster/chef Adrian Davila.
Photo via Instagram / davilasbbq

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