Wednesday, August 17, 2016

What San Antonio's Foodies Are Looking Forward to Most During Restaurant Week

Posted By on Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 6:00 AM

click to enlarge Mussels from La Frite - PHOTO BY ROB CARR
  • Photo by Rob Carr
  • Mussels from La Frite

How do you train for Culinaria’s Restaurant Week? Well, start by eating at all of the city’s best eateries on the regular like the Instagram foodies featured here. We asked where they’re heading this #SARW and here’s what’s on their lists:

@s.a.vory: Nectar, their menu looks unique, especially that fig wrapped prosciutto! Ostra, a new Chef is in town! ❤❤

@safood.e: Def Alchemy because I love how creative they get with their menus and I can’t wait to see what they dish out for rest week. Also Sukeban because I’m going through this weird phase where all I want is sushi, and I’ve never been here, so it just feels neccessary

@sanantonioexplorer: Always @Brigid

@satx_eats: Pretty excited to experience Botika! Haven’t been yet, looking forward to it.

@detiveaux: Def Alchemy, Nectar and Luke will be visited by me!

@kimmyluvsfood: This is hard... it’s like picking a favorite child... I imagine La Frite for lunch because it’s such a good deal and the mussels are always on point and Luke because I like that chef always makes something really special for RW

@eat_it_b: We use Restaurant Week for two purposes: to try a someplace new or to hit up a place our wallets otherwise usually keep us away from. Bliss, Silo Oyster Terrace, and Restaurant Gwendolyn are on our list for the latter reason, and this year we’re trying out Botika, Sukeban, and Smoke at Sunset Station for the former!

@s.a.vortooth: I will be eating at La Frite. Their mussels and fries are amazing. This is a great chance for foodies to try their offerings. With so many great things about Citrus, i will be trying it out. The Pork Tomahawk and the duck sound delicious from their menu.

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