23 bike-friendly San Antonio bars and restaurants to try on your next ride

Since the pandemic began, a whole lot of us tuned up that bike that's been hanging in our garage for the past few years and made a switch to pedal power.

Whether you’re a serious rider or a casual coaster, here's a list of 23 bike-friendly establishments that offer ample cycle parking, extensive beer, wine and cocktail options and even some snacks to fuel the ride back home.
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Tycoon Flats
2926 N St Mary's St., (210) 320-0819, tycoonflats.net
With tons of outdoor space, live music and a full bar, Tycoon Flats is a perfect spot to start a happy hour ride. Take a gander at the many Los Otros murals up and down the St. Mary’s strip as you ride. 
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stufftodoinsanantonio
Tycoon Flats
2926 N St Mary's St., (210) 320-0819, tycoonflats.net
With tons of outdoor space, live music and a full bar, Tycoon Flats is a perfect spot to start a happy hour ride. Take a gander at the many Los Otros murals up and down the St. Mary’s strip as you ride.
Photo via Instagram / stufftodoinsanantonio
Burleson Yard Beer Garden
430 Austin St., (210) 354-3001, facebook.com/BurlesonYard
If your bike route takes you on the East side of town, consider stopping at Burleson Yard Beer Garden. Hammocks to rest your weary bones, ping pong tables, live music and their famous frozen libations make for an essential pit stop. 
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burlesonyardbeergarden
Burleson Yard Beer Garden
430 Austin St., (210) 354-3001, facebook.com/BurlesonYard
If your bike route takes you on the East side of town, consider stopping at Burleson Yard Beer Garden. Hammocks to rest your weary bones, ping pong tables, live music and their famous frozen libations make for an essential pit stop.
Photo via Instagram / burlesonyardbeergarden
The Friendly Spot
943 S Alamo St., (210) 224-2337, thefriendlyspot.com
The Friendly Spot is a must-stop on a Southtown ride. Check their social media for special events like Slab Cinema screenings, Spurs games and other cyclist group meetups. 
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thatspookybitch_
The Friendly Spot
943 S Alamo St., (210) 224-2337, thefriendlyspot.com
The Friendly Spot is a must-stop on a Southtown ride. Check their social media for special events like Slab Cinema screenings, Spurs games and other cyclist group meetups.
Photo via Instagram / thatspookybitch_
Halcyon
1414 S Alamo St., (210) 277-7045, halcyoncoffeebar.com
For early evening rides that may need a little energy injection, stop by Halcyon for a quick shot of espresso and a refill on your water bottle. Or, post up on the patio for a post-route cocktail and snack. 
Photo via Instagram /  
halcyonsouthtownsa
Halcyon
1414 S Alamo St., (210) 277-7045, halcyoncoffeebar.com
For early evening rides that may need a little energy injection, stop by Halcyon for a quick shot of espresso and a refill on your water bottle. Or, post up on the patio for a post-route cocktail and snack.
Photo via Instagram / halcyonsouthtownsa
Con Huevos
1629 E Houston St., (210) 229-9295, facebook.com/Con-Huevos-Tacos-105283657613268
We’ve got to include at least one stop for the early riders, so Con Huevos is it. Recently featured in Texas Monthly for their weekday bag special (that’s two tacos, a serving of fideo and a coffee for $6), Con Huevos is a breakfast spot that’s earned its accolades. Trust us. The green salsa? So dope. 
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conhuevostacos
Con Huevos
1629 E Houston St., (210) 229-9295, facebook.com/Con-Huevos-Tacos-105283657613268
We’ve got to include at least one stop for the early riders, so Con Huevos is it. Recently featured in Texas Monthly for their weekday bag special (that’s two tacos, a serving of fideo and a coffee for $6), Con Huevos is a breakfast spot that’s earned its accolades. Trust us. The green salsa? So dope.
Photo via Instagram / conhuevostacos
La Tuna
100 Probandt, (210) 212-5727, latunasa.com
Whether you’re a fan of the fish tacos or relaxing in the shade of about a million pecan trees, La Tuna is a great place to unwind. The ice house is a popular meeting place for cyclists after (or during) evening rides. 
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thekickstandsa
La Tuna
100 Probandt, (210) 212-5727, latunasa.com
Whether you’re a fan of the fish tacos or relaxing in the shade of about a million pecan trees, La Tuna is a great place to unwind. The ice house is a popular meeting place for cyclists after (or during) evening rides.
Photo via Instagram / thekickstandsa
Aquaduck Beer Garden
9214 Espada Rd., (210) 600-3280, theaquaduck.com
Set within the San Antonio Mission Trails and historic Aqueduct district, the AquaDuck offers an extensive selection of beers, wines and margaritas. Tons of TVs, outdoor seating and weekly meetups of bicyclists and motorcyclists alike. 
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theaquaducksa
Aquaduck Beer Garden
9214 Espada Rd., (210) 600-3280, theaquaduck.com
Set within the San Antonio Mission Trails and historic Aqueduct district, the AquaDuck offers an extensive selection of beers, wines and margaritas. Tons of TVs, outdoor seating and weekly meetups of bicyclists and motorcyclists alike.
Photo via Instagram / theaquaducksa
Freetail South Presa Taproom
2000 S Presa, (210) 625-6000, freetailbrewing.com/tap-room/
If you’re prone to cycling the Mission Trail, Freetail’s South Presa Taproom is right up your proverbial alley. Craft beer and the occasional food truck are all you need for an idyllic stop on any ride. 
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sargentsuds
Freetail South Presa Taproom
2000 S Presa, (210) 625-6000, freetailbrewing.com/tap-room/
If you’re prone to cycling the Mission Trail, Freetail’s South Presa Taproom is right up your proverbial alley. Craft beer and the occasional food truck are all you need for an idyllic stop on any ride.
Photo via Instagram / sargentsuds
The Cherrity Bar
302 Montana St., (210) 559-0421, cherritybar.com
Grab a happy hour cocktail and a couple of apps at Cherrity Bar before heading to any one of the other listed spots on your evening ride. The Kuriya potstickers are just the right amount of salty, and the Palomas are the right amount of sweet. 
Photo via Instagram /  
kuriyasatx
The Cherrity Bar
302 Montana St., (210) 559-0421, cherritybar.com
Grab a happy hour cocktail and a couple of apps at Cherrity Bar before heading to any one of the other listed spots on your evening ride. The Kuriya potstickers are just the right amount of salty, and the Palomas are the right amount of sweet.
Photo via Instagram / kuriyasatx
5 Points Local
1017 N Flores, (210) 267-2652, 5pointslocal.com
It’s a bit off the beaten path, but 5 Points Local has a lush, gorgeous patio space, and a 100% gluten free menu. Plus: vegetarian, vegan and paleo options make this a great option for a mid-ride stop to fuel up. 
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5pointslocal
5 Points Local
1017 N Flores, (210) 267-2652, 5pointslocal.com
It’s a bit off the beaten path, but 5 Points Local has a lush, gorgeous patio space, and a 100% gluten free menu. Plus: vegetarian, vegan and paleo options make this a great option for a mid-ride stop to fuel up.
Photo via Instagram / 5pointslocal