Where to Dine & Drink

  • Bella on the River – With a romantic River Walk location, this spot is perfect for a twilit meal of Mediterranean-inspired dishes and wine. (210) 404-2355
  • Biga on the Banks – Like its name suggests, this restaurant affords unforgettable views of the River Walk. Dig into inventive New American fare like gulf crab-stuffed true American snapper and close-to-bouillabaise. (210) 225-0722
  • Bliss – Housed in a former filling station, Bliss offers new American fare, charcuterie plates, and refreshing cocktails. Take a seat in the dining room, or sit out on the patio.  (210) 225-2547
  • Boudro’s Texas Bistro – It’s nearly impossible to beat the ambience of Boudro’s, a trendy new American bistro overlooking the River Walk. Take a seat outside beneath umbrellas or palm trees for a first-rate view. (210) 224-8484
  • Cured ­– Tucked within Pearl Brewery, this restaurant helmed by chef Steve McHugh is known for its charcuterie selection and craft cocktails. (210) 314-3929
  • Guillermo’s – Dig into fresh pizza pies, sandwiches, and burgers at this eclectic café with a nice patio. (210) 223-5587
  • La Fonda on Main – Billed as “the oldest Mexican restaurant in San Antonio,” La Fonda on Main dates back to 1932; enjoy margaritas and classic Tex-Mex either inside or al fresco at this celebrated spot. (210) 733-0621
  • Leon Valley Cafe – Start your day at this family-friendly restaurant known for its Mexican-inspired dishes like huevos rancheros and the media noche sandwich. (210) 520-0706
  • Magnolia Pancake Haus – Buttermilk pancakes made from scratch steal the show at this unassuming breakfast eatery, heralded with accolades by Zagat and TripAdvisor. (210) 496-0828
  • Pearl Brewery – Once a historic brewery, now a hopping arts district; swing by Pearl Brewery to wander through a series of innovative restaurants and dine at your favorite. (210) 212-7260
  • Pollo Asados Los Nortenos – Enjoy authentic, traditional Mexican food at this no-frills eatery on Rigsby Avenue. (210) 648-3303
  • Schilo’s Delicatessen – Be sure to order a frosty mug of homemade root beer to wash down your sandwich at this historic German deli. Try a reuben, chicken fritz, or kraut dog, among many other tasty options. (210) 223-6692
  • Taco Haven – Start your day with classic Mexican breakfast, or stop by for lunch or dinner with a margarita on the side at this colorful and homey café. (210) 533-2171
  • The Big Bib BBQ – You might need a big bib to tuck into this barbecue joint’s offerings: wood-smoked meats, fall-off-the-bone ribs, and juicy brisket. (210) 654-8400

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600 E. Market Street, San Antonio, Texas, USA, 78205

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