Monday, December 10, 2018

Save the Date for Culinaria Restaurant Weeks 2019

Posted By on Mon, Dec 10, 2018 at 5:38 PM

As the year comes to a close, that means local foodies can get excited about Culinaria's Restaurant Weeks next month.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the 2019 edition of Restaurant Weeks will allow San Antonians to taste food and drink from more than 100 participating area restaurants. While the annual two week long event is meant to spotlight local eateries, this year's event also includes restaurants in Boerne and New Braunfels.

Participating restaurants include Alamo BBQ Co., Battalion, Bliss, Botika, Dorrego’s, Grayze, Grey Moss Inn, Hop & Vine, Il Forno, Kimura Ramen Shop, Kirby’s Steakhouse, La Fogata, Las Canarias, Little Italy Restaurant + Pizzeria, Luce Ristorante, Market on Houston, Maverick Texas Brasserie, Max’s Wine Dive, Meadow Neighborhood Eatery + Bar, Nao, Nola Brunch & Beignets, Nonna Osteria, Oro, Ostra, Outlaw Kitchens, Paloma Blanca, Periphery, Pesto Ristorante, Range Modern Chophouse, Restaurant Gwendolyn, Sangria on the Burg, Shuck Shack, Silo, Thai Topaz, The General Public, The Grill at Leon Springs, The Rustic, Toro Kitchen + Bar, Tre Trattoria @ the Museum, Tribeca 212, and Zinc. A full list of participating restaurants is available online.

Culinaria Restaurant Weeks is scheduled for Monday, January 21 through Saturday, February 2. Three-course prix-fixe menus are priced at $25 for breakfast and brunch, $15 for lunch and either $35 or $45 for dinner. Menus will be shared on in the coming weeks.

So many restaurants, so little time. Find out the latest San Antonio dining news with our Flavor Friday Newsletter.

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