23 Decadent San Antonio Restaurants to Hit When Someone Else Is Paying

Whether you're a shrewd employee mooching off company dime or a shameless freeloader romancing a delusional sugar daddy, remember to let someone else foot the bill after several courses at these high-class reserves.
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Rebelle  
The St. Anthony Hotel, 300 E Travis St., (210) 227-4392
Expect overnight shipped coastal seafood and farm-fresh produce at Rebelle, a modern classic located in the beautiful St. Anthony Hotel. Make a date to split a family style dish or kick 'em to the curb with your own personal plate at this stylish haunt, but be sure to bring your wallet. 
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Rebelle
The St. Anthony Hotel, 300 E Travis St., (210) 227-4392
Expect overnight shipped coastal seafood and farm-fresh produce at Rebelle, a modern classic located in the beautiful St. Anthony Hotel. Make a date to split a family style dish or kick 'em to the curb with your own personal plate at this stylish haunt, but be sure to bring your wallet.

Photo via Instagram (s.a.foodie)
Liberty Bar
1111 S Alamo St., (210) 227-1187, liberty-bar.com
A popular cornerstone of the Southtown culinary scene, the Liberty Bar is a window-filled space that serves unique fare all-day, and is housed in a restored convent. While barhopping through the King William District, be sure to order the goat cheese with piloncillo, a signature appetizer featured on the restaurant's late night menu.
Photo via Facebook (Liberty Bar)
Liberty Bar
1111 S Alamo St., (210) 227-1187, liberty-bar.com
A popular cornerstone of the Southtown culinary scene, the Liberty Bar is a window-filled space that serves unique fare all-day, and is housed in a restored convent. While barhopping through the King William District, be sure to order the goat cheese with piloncillo, a signature appetizer featured on the restaurant's late night menu.

Photo via Facebook (Liberty Bar)