30 San Antonio restaurants and bars with bike-friendly patios

San Antonio's bar and restaurant scene has no shortage of sun-dappled patio space for cyclists to post up for a beer or two, and the weather outside makes it a perfect season for anyone looking to cruise.

Whether you’re a serious rider or a casual coaster, here's a list of 30 bike-friendly spots that offer ample cycle parking, extensive beer, wine and cocktail options and even some delicious snacks to fuel the ride back home.
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Tandem
310 Riverside Dr., (210) 455-5400, https://www.tandem-satx.com/
This newcomer to the scene offers coffee, beer and wine to the south SA neighborhood, complete with huge custom bike rack for safely keeping your bike.  
Photo via Instagram / tandemsatx
Tandem
310 Riverside Dr., (210) 455-5400, https://www.tandem-satx.com/
This newcomer to the scene offers coffee, beer and wine to the south SA neighborhood, complete with huge custom bike rack for safely keeping your bike.
Photo via Instagram / tandemsatx
Beethoven Maennerchor
422 Pereida St., (210) 222-1521, beethovenmaennerchor.com
Located in Southtown near Blue Star, the Beethoven Maennerchor Halle offers ample patio space for gathering, as well as a ton of space to park your two-wheeled transportation.  
Photo via Instagram / beethovensatx
Beethoven Maennerchor
422 Pereida St., (210) 222-1521, beethovenmaennerchor.com
Located in Southtown near Blue Star, the Beethoven Maennerchor Halle offers ample patio space for gathering, as well as a ton of space to park your two-wheeled transportation.
Photo via Instagram / beethovensatx
The Friendly Spot
943 S Alamo St., (210) 224-2337, thefriendlyspot.com
The Friendly Spot is a must-stop on a Southtown ride. 
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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.
Photo via Instagram / thatspookybitch_
Dos Sirenos Brewing
231 E. Cevallos St., (210) 442-8138, dossirenosbrewing.com
Producing brews in Southtown since 2019, Dos Sirenos boasts a large patio and super shady kid- and dog-friendly outdoor space.
Photo via Instagram / dossirenosbrewing
Dos Sirenos Brewing
231 E. Cevallos St., (210) 442-8138, dossirenosbrewing.com
Producing brews in Southtown since 2019, Dos Sirenos boasts a large patio and super shady kid- and dog-friendly outdoor space.
Photo via Instagram / dossirenosbrewing
Elsewhere Garden Bar & Kitchen 
Masks Required
103 E Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215, (210) 446-9303, elsewheregarden.com 
The dog- and family-friendly spot features swing seats overlooking the San Antonio River, lush landscaping, a selection of brews and wine, and savory snacks create a pedal-perfect urban getaway. 
Photo via Instagram / garrettpgoodson
Elsewhere Garden Bar & Kitchen
Masks Required
103 E Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215, (210) 446-9303, elsewheregarden.com
The dog- and family-friendly spot features swing seats overlooking the San Antonio River, lush landscaping, a selection of brews and wine, and savory snacks create a pedal-perfect urban getaway.
Photo via Instagram / garrettpgoodson
Roadmap Brewing Co.
723 N. Alamo St., (210) 254-9962, roadmapbrewing.com
Roadmap Brewing offers 13 brews on tap, as well as patio space for imbibing before you bike to your next spot.   
Photo via Instagram / rtr.ragman
Roadmap Brewing Co.
723 N. Alamo St., (210) 254-9962, roadmapbrewing.com
Roadmap Brewing offers 13 brews on tap, as well as patio space for imbibing before you bike to your next spot.
Photo via Instagram / rtr.ragman
Tony's Siesta
206 Brooklyn Ave, (210) 592-1199, facebook.com/TonysSiesta
Tony’s Siesta offers low-key vibes and frosty beverages on its patio, where folks have ample space to park their bikes. 
Photo via Instagram / tonyssiesta
Tony's Siesta
206 Brooklyn Ave, (210) 592-1199, facebook.com/TonysSiesta
Tony’s Siesta offers low-key vibes and frosty beverages on its patio, where folks have ample space to park their bikes.
Photo via Instagram / tonyssiesta
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
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
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
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. 
Photo via Instagram /  
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