- Jessica Elizarraras
Quarters Japanese and Korean BBQ is now open on the northside of San Antonio. The shop, which features DIY grilling, opened last week in the same shopping center as Claude Hoppers and Heavenly Pho at the Blanco and Huebner intersection.
The menu is broken down into two sections: a ready-to-eat portion filled with salads, soups, and sides, and a ready-to-grill section with a collection of beef, pork, poultry and seafood to choose from, with prices labeled for regular hours and happy hour (3-6 p.m. daily) ranging from $6 to $9. A collection of four dinners are available with different sets of meats and seafood for $55.25 ot $69.25 with miso soup, steamed rice, kimchi and pickled yellow radish.
Quarters offers 15 varieties of sake, a small shochu section, wine and cocktails ($4.99).
Though the logo is remarkably similar to Quarters Korean BBQ in Los Angeles, the owners are not affiliated with that location.