April 21, 2017

23 San Antonio Restaurants that Should Be On Your Dining Bucket List

With so many options, choosing where to dine in San Antonio can be overwhelming. Here we've broken down 23 of the best places that should be on your San Antonio restaurants bucket list.
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Botika
The Pearl, 303 Pearl Pkwy #111, (210) 670-7684
The Nikkei restaurant brings Japanese and Peruvian flavors to the Pearl and should be on every San Antonian's bucket list. 
Photo via Instagram, botikapearl
Botika
The Pearl, 303 Pearl Pkwy #111, (210) 670-7684 The Nikkei restaurant brings Japanese and Peruvian flavors to the Pearl and should be on every San Antonian's bucket list.
Photo via Instagram, botikapearl
El Bucanero
16505 Blanco Rd, (210) 408-9297
El Bucanero is a classic San Antonio spot that never disappoints. 
Photo via Instagram, stacee_rae
El Bucanero
16505 Blanco Rd, (210) 408-9297
El Bucanero is a classic San Antonio spot that never disappoints.
Photo via Instagram, stacee_rae
Chris Madrid's
1900 Blanco Rd, (210) 735-3552
The cheddar cheesy is a San Antonio staple that everyone should experience. 
Photo via Instagram, rjonkers
Chris Madrid's
1900 Blanco Rd, (210) 735-3552
The cheddar cheesy is a San Antonio staple that everyone should experience.
Photo via Instagram, rjonkers
Lucky Noodle ?
8525 Blanco Road, (210) 267-9717
It may be a new eatery, but it's already climbing to the top of our list of favorites.
Photo via Instagram, shalisa72
Lucky Noodle ?
8525 Blanco Road, (210) 267-9717
It may be a new eatery, but it's already climbing to the top of our list of favorites.
Photo via Instagram, shalisa72
Two Bros. BBQ Market
12656 West Ave.,  (210) 496-0222
Chef Jason Dady can do a lot — especially make a mean brisket. 
Photo via Instagram, mcsessions
Two Bros. BBQ Market
12656 West Ave., (210) 496-0222
Chef Jason Dady can do a lot — especially make a mean brisket.
Photo via Instagram, mcsessions
Mi Tierra218 Produce Row, (210) 225-1262
Whenever there is cause for celebration, you can bet Mi Tierra's is the place of choice.
Photo via Instagram, professionalbruncherssociety
Mi Tierra
218 Produce Row, (210) 225-1262
Whenever there is cause for celebration, you can bet Mi Tierra's is the place of choice.
Photo via Instagram, professionalbruncherssociety
Mama Margie's
Multiple locations,  mamamargies.com
After a long night of drinking, Mama Margie's is the place to turn to.
Photo via Instagram, mrsjeversley
Mama Margie's
Multiple locations, mamamargies.com
After a long night of drinking, Mama Margie's is the place to turn to.
Photo via Instagram, mrsjeversley
Il Sogno
200 E Grayson St #100, (210) 223-3900
Il Sogno is everything you could want out of an Italian restaurant — and more.
Photo via Instagram, leilatinasian_atx
Il Sogno
200 E Grayson St #100, (210) 223-3900
Il Sogno is everything you could want out of an Italian restaurant — and more.
Photo via Instagram, leilatinasian_atx
Sichuan House
3505 Wurzbach Rd #102, (210) 509-9999
Take a few pals, order one of everything and load up on Sichuan cuisine.  Splitting the bill will be easy, the leftovers not so much ...
Photo by Dan Paytin
Sichuan House
3505 Wurzbach Rd #102, (210) 509-9999
Take a few pals, order one of everything and load up on Sichuan cuisine. Splitting the bill will be easy, the leftovers not so much ...
Photo by Dan Paytin
Henry’s Puffy Tacos
Multiple locations,  henryspuffytacos.com
Because living in San Antonio without experiencing puffy taco's from Henry's is basically a sin.
Photo via Instagram, reginaohashi
Henry’s Puffy Tacos
Multiple locations, henryspuffytacos.com Because living in San Antonio without experiencing puffy taco's from Henry's is basically a sin.
Photo via Instagram, reginaohashi