San Antonio is a city with rich heritage and rich food. If you get tired of the restaurants on the River Walk, venture out on ground level and try any of these delicious restaurants:
Tre Enoteca is a chic Italian restaurant by famous San Antonio Chef Jason Dady. The house-made pastas and the wood fired pizzas are best enjoyed family style. The Tuscan-inspired flavors on the menu are always changing but never disappoint. Those who have spent a lot of time in Italy will feel right at home.
Hours: T-Sat: 4 pm – 10 pm, Sun: 10 am – 3 pm
Copa Wine Bar
The cozy and intimate Copa Wine Bar offers fine wines at an affordable price, with a wide menu of European and domestic wines alongside tasty tapas. Order a wine flight, a plate of cheese, and a pizza for the table and sit back and relax.
Hours: M-Th: 3 pm – 12 am, F-Sat 3 pm – 1 am
The Chart House
The chain of Chart House restaurants promises seafood with a view, and the San Antonio location is no exception. Located at the top of the Tower of the Americas, the Chart House in San Antonio is a rotating restaurant offering 360 views of the Alamo City from 750 ft off the ground.
Hours: M-Th: 11 am – 2 pm, 3 pm –10 pm, F: 11 am – 2 pm, 3 pm – 11 pm, Sat: 11 am – 11 pm, Sun: 11 am – 10pm
BONUS: Gruene River Grill
Take a short trip outside San Antonio to the historic town of Gruene. The extensive menu of locally-sourced, made-from-scratch meals at Gruene River Grill will please everyone, whether you want hamburgers, seafood, or comfort food, and you can dine indoors in the rustic setting or outdoors overlooking the Guadalupe River.
Hours: Sun-Th: 11 am – 9 pm, F-Sat: 11 am – 10 pm
What’s your favorite San Antonio restaurant? Comment below!