Don’t Miss Sampling One of These 7-Must Visit Restaurants in San Antonio
The endless array of restaurants in San Antonio offer a festival for your tastes buds and as with any major metropolitan city, new and delectable hot spots are always popping up. Known worldwide for its top rated restaurants and chefs, San Antonio is a foodies’ paradise. We’ve shared some of the hottest new spots to dine in the River City.
With a kitchen led by Chef Stefan Bowers, this stylish New American eatery on South Alamo offers an eclectic menu, unique cocktails, patio dining and a popular brunch. The restaurant scores a Zagat rating of 27 for its delicious food!
A rustic yet hip dining spot, Chef Brian West’s passion for the best BBQ experience is evident in the updated menu, cocktails and draft beer served up at Smoke. Patrons also get a chance to enjoy some extra revelry with live music and a weekend brunch at this East Sonterra Blvd location.
Located in the beautifully restored Pearl administration building, this rustic New American restaurant is an epicurean adventure for meat lovers. This buzzy new restaurant is the vision of Chef Steve McHugh, serving a meat-centric menu that highlights house-cured charcuterie plus imaginative cocktails.
Bohanan’s Prime Steaks and Seafood
A classic steakhouse, this top rated restaurant tops the Zagat charts with a 28 rating for food. This beloved downtown Houston Street restaurant is popular among business travelers and also features a ground floor bar that offers a lighter menu and live jazz on the weekends.
La Fonda on Main
Away from the hustle of the tourist areas this landmark Tex-Mex restaurant on North Main Avenue has been a city tradition since 1932. Located in a converted old house in the historic Northside, patrons can sample interior Mexican dishes and enjoy some of the best margaritas in town inside or out on the beautifully shaded patio.
The intriguing name of this new upscale sandwich spot features counter-service, outdoor seating and river views is a delightfully easier on the pocket book, but not short on flavor. Tucked away on Jones Ave, in the Museum District in the quieter part of downtown, patrons can sample sandwiches from a variety of cultures and simply enjoy the view.
Boudro’s Texas Bistro
Long a San Antonio local and tourist favorite, run by executive chef Robbie Nowlin, this restaurant is known for its mouthwatering seafood and steaks and famous tableside guacamole. Be sure to sample the inventive cocktails and save room for one of the incredible Southern inspired desserts.
This is just a sample of the number of amazing restaurants in San Antonio to try. Be sure to make time to visit these and many more when you visit Sitterle Homes’ new homes for sale in San Antonio.