30 San Antonio Restaurants Worth Checking Out During Culinaria's Restaurant Weeks
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the 2019 edition of Restaurant Weeks will allow San Antonians to taste food and drink from more than 100 participating area restaurants. Here are just some of the local spots we're excited to stop by and have a feast.
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NOLA Brunch & Beignets
111 Kings Ct, (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com
You’re doing Restaurant Week, but NOLA will have you thinking you’re actually in New Orleans. One bite of a beignet will have you thinking you’re out on the bayou. The brunch staple will offer a special $15 lunch menu consisting of three courses (which thankfully ends with the powdered sugar treat).
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303 Pearl Pkwy #111, (210) 670-7684, botikapearl.com
Is it Peruvian fare? Or Asian bites? It’s both! If you’ve yet to stop by Botika, consider Culinaria the perfect time to get acquainted with this trendy, yet tasty fusion restaurant at the Pearl.
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The General Public
17619 La Cantera Pkwy Ste 102, (210) 920-1101, thegenpublic.com
Looking for a fun night out during Restaurant Week? The General Public is coming through for you. This modern gastropub will offer a $15 lunch option and $35 for dinner, giving you selections like TGP Chicken Salad and Chicken Tortilla Chili.
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521 E Grayson St, (210) 481-8776, grayzeongrayson.com
Whether you go during warmer days for the patio or truly stop by the food, Grayze has American bites, beer and cocktails, so take the crew and enjoy a boozy meal together.
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125 E Houston St, (210) 227-4455, rangesa.com
Not feeling like barbecue but still want to sample some delicious meats from Chef Jason Dady. Range is the place to be then. With chophouse steaks and cocktails to match, your meal is one treat after another with the cotton candy to wrap it all up.
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152 E Pecan St #102, (210) 444-0702, kimurasa.com
Though super tiny, Kimura packs in plenty of flavor into its bowls of ramen that will have you addicted. Get your bowl just like you like it and be thankful that Chef Michael Sohocki has blessed us with such a spot. Make a reservation to avoid what will surely be a lengthy wait.
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Market on Houston
205 E Houston St, (210) 554-1721, marketonhouston.com
Doing Restaurant Week solely for the ‘gram? (Instagram, that is.) Flex on your followers and hit up Market, the chic gourmet shop in the heart of the Alamo City. Serving farm-to-table fare and complete with craft beer and wine offerings, Market will have you feeling like a true foodie.
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122 Nogalitos St, (210) 616-2198, ilfornosa.com
Neapolitan wood-fired pizza and chill vibes? Yeah we’re talking about Il Forno. Stop by for delicious pizzas made from locally-sourced ingredients and be sure to wash it down with a local beer to match.
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Maverick Texas Brasserie
710 S St Mary's St, (210) 973-6050, mavericktexas.com
A newcomer to the Restaurant Week scene, the beautiful Southtown eatery will surely have people talking with its Southern fare. Sure, it’s always a good time to stop by, but doing so this week will let you experience the excitement of this favorite truly coming into the local food scene.
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Alamo BBQ Co.
511 E. Grayson, (210) 994-8099, twobrosbbqmarket.com
Brought to you by Two Bros. BBQ Market, Chef Jason Dady is all about the ‘cue and remembering the Alamo. Go for the classics this Restaurant Week and stop by for delicious meats and sides that definitely hold their own.
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