January 31, 2019

11 Restaurants and Bars That Opened in San Antonio in January

San Antonio's food and drink scene is ever-evolving, that much is true. Here's a look at what new additions (and some relocations) that changed SA's landscape. From restaurants to boozy spots like a bar, brewery, growler station and even a beer garden, check out what's new.
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Eastside Kitchenette
2119 I-35, (210) 507-2568, facebook.com
Photo via Instagram / do210
Eastside Kitchenette
2119 I-35, (210) 507-2568, facebook.com
Photo via Instagram / do210
From Jeff and Jenn White comes the long-awaited Eastside Kitchenette. Found in the East Side (obviously), this new spot has it all – service for lunch dinner and even late night eats as well as a brunch menu and happy hour specials. Whatever entices you, trust us when we say this spot is more than promising.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
From Jeff and Jenn White comes the long-awaited Eastside Kitchenette. Found in the East Side (obviously), this new spot has it all – service for lunch dinner and even late night eats as well as a brunch menu and happy hour specials. Whatever entices you, trust us when we say this spot is more than promising.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
Aquaduck Beer Garden
9214 Espada Road, (210) 600-3280, theaquaduck.com
Photo via Instagram / theaquaducksa
Aquaduck Beer Garden
9214 Espada Road, (210) 600-3280, theaquaduck.com
Photo via Instagram / theaquaducksa
Though technically operating since late December, this South Side beer garden celebrated its grand opening in mid-January. Named after the nearby Espada Aqueduct, this addition is just another example of the growth that’s happening in the food and drink scene on the South Side.
Photo via Instagram / theaquaducksa
Though technically operating since late December, this South Side beer garden celebrated its grand opening in mid-January. Named after the nearby Espada Aqueduct, this addition is just another example of the growth that’s happening in the food and drink scene on the South Side.
Photo via Instagram / theaquaducksa
SAVOR
200 E Grayson St #117, (210) 554-6484, ciarestaurantgroup.com
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
SAVOR
200 E Grayson St #117, (210) 554-6484, ciarestaurantgroup.com
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
As the newest restaurant from the Culinary Institute of America-San Antonio, SAVOR lets students gain hands-on experience and allows local and visiting diners to enjoy top-notch meals. Since the January 22 opening, SAVOR has a globally-inspired menu that lets patrons build their own three- or four-course meal.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
As the newest restaurant from the Culinary Institute of America-San Antonio, SAVOR lets students gain hands-on experience and allows local and visiting diners to enjoy top-notch meals. Since the January 22 opening, SAVOR has a globally-inspired menu that lets patrons build their own three- or four-course meal.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
BLVD Bar & Lounge
5138 UTSA Boulevard, (210) 343-1552, facebook.com/BLVDbarSA
Photo via Instagram / blvdsa
BLVD Bar & Lounge
5138 UTSA Boulevard, (210) 343-1552, facebook.com/BLVDbarSA
Photo via Instagram / blvdsa
Get this: the front room serves up craft cocktails and craft brews. Great, right? But behind a swiveling bookcase, you get a black and gold nightclub, replete with over-the-top eye candy like 1,000 gold skulls set into its back wall and a circular chandelier comprised of 1,800 LED lights. Whichever tickles your fancy, this spot is worth checking out.
Photo via Instagram / blvdsa
Get this: the front room serves up craft cocktails and craft brews. Great, right? But behind a swiveling bookcase, you get a black and gold nightclub, replete with over-the-top eye candy like 1,000 gold skulls set into its back wall and a circular chandelier comprised of 1,800 LED lights. Whichever tickles your fancy, this spot is worth checking out.
Photo via Instagram / blvdsa
Diana’s Burgers
2202 N Zarzamora St, (210) 251-2252, facebook.com
Photo via Instagram / neighborphoodie
Diana’s Burgers
2202 N Zarzamora St, (210) 251-2252, facebook.com
Photo via Instagram / neighborphoodie
Brought to you by the sister of the late Chris Madrid, Diana’s Burgers brings everything you love about Chris Madrid’s, the burger spot, and put it under a roof on the city’s West Side. Yes, these burgers as cheesy as heck.
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent
Brought to you by the sister of the late Chris Madrid, Diana’s Burgers brings everything you love about Chris Madrid’s, the burger spot, and put it under a roof on the city’s West Side. Yes, these burgers as cheesy as heck.
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent