March 20, 2018

All the Restaurants that will be at Flavor, San Antonio's Biggest Food Event

We're just days away from Flavor, where San Antonio restaurants and bakeries offer up their delicious treats. You'll be able to sample bites from 35+ restaurants in various cuisines, enjoy craft beer and wine, signature cocktails and a live Culinary Showdown, starring four top San Antonio chefs and celebs. There will also be live music, beats by SoundCream, Contemporary Art Month art installations, and more. San Antonio Flavor is a charitable event benefiting Culinaria 501c3.

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Davila's BBQ
418 W Kingsbury St, Seguin, (830) 379-5566
A hop-skip away in Seguin is where you’ll find Davila’s BBQ, owned by third generation pitmaster/chef Adrian Davila.
Photo via Instagram / davilasbbq
Davila's BBQ
418 W Kingsbury St, Seguin, (830) 379-5566
A hop-skip away in Seguin is where you’ll find Davila’s BBQ, owned by third generation pitmaster/chef Adrian Davila.
Photo via Instagram / davilasbbq
El Bucanero
Multiple locations, bucanerosanantonio.com
Ceviches, aguachiles, fried perfection are what El Buc is known for across three different locations in San Antonio.
Photo via Instagram / nearlyheadless
El Bucanero
Multiple locations, bucanerosanantonio.com
Ceviches, aguachiles, fried perfection are what El Buc is known for across three different locations in San Antonio.
Photo via Instagram / nearlyheadless
Kimura
152 E Pecan St, (210) 444-0702, kimurasa.com
The OG ramen bar is coming back to Flavor. Owned by Michael Sohocki, Kimura uses local ingredients to create savory broths and specials.
Photo via Instagram / chifoodiegram
Kimura
152 E Pecan St, (210) 444-0702, kimurasa.com
The OG ramen bar is coming back to Flavor. Owned by Michael Sohocki, Kimura uses local ingredients to create savory broths and specials.
Photo via Instagram / chifoodiegram
Toastie Buns
Ranger Creek, (210) 639-6234, facebook.com
The Toastie Buns food truck is back from the dead! Chef Dominic Chacon relaunched the burger vehicle last year and we’re into it.
Photo via Instagram / toastiebunsfoodtruck
Toastie Buns
Ranger Creek, (210) 639-6234, facebook.com
The Toastie Buns food truck is back from the dead! Chef Dominic Chacon relaunched the burger vehicle last year and we’re into it.
Photo via Instagram / toastiebunsfoodtruck
Cover 3
1806 TX-1604 Loop, (210) 497-9700, cover-3.com
Refined bites to pair with your sportsball viewing are what you’ll find at Cover 3.
Photo via Instagram / yelpsanantonio
Cover 3
1806 TX-1604 Loop, (210) 497-9700, cover-3.com
Refined bites to pair with your sportsball viewing are what you’ll find at Cover 3.
Photo via Instagram / yelpsanantonio
Viva La Dough
6222 De Zavala Rd, (210) 634-9535, vivaladough.com
Sweet treats don’t get any sweeter than at this mother-daughter-owned shop with nostalgia-filled flavors.
Photo via Instagram / dancejerrydance
Viva La Dough
6222 De Zavala Rd, (210) 634-9535, vivaladough.com
Sweet treats don’t get any sweeter than at this mother-daughter-owned shop with nostalgia-filled flavors.
Photo via Instagram / dancejerrydance
Dignowity Meats
1701 E Houston St, (210) 462-1496, dignowitymeats.com
This Eastside spot is known for their smoked and cured meat sandwiches, great sides and dinnertime fried chicken.
Photo via Instagram / the.mary.collazo
Dignowity Meats
1701 E Houston St, (210) 462-1496, dignowitymeats.com
This Eastside spot is known for their smoked and cured meat sandwiches, great sides and dinnertime fried chicken.
Photo via Instagram / the.mary.collazo
Bite
1012 S Presa St, (210) 532-2551, biterestaurantsa.com
The tiny Southtown restaurant has been delivering big flavors by chef Lisa Astorga-Watel since 2012.
Photo via Instagram / birerestaurantsa
Bite
1012 S Presa St, (210) 532-2551, biterestaurantsa.com
The tiny Southtown restaurant has been delivering big flavors by chef Lisa Astorga-Watel since 2012.
Photo via Instagram / birerestaurantsa
Botika
303 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 670-7684, botikapearl.com
Peruvian meets Japanese and Chinese fusion at this Pearl restaurant known for their bento boxes and bountiful sushi platters.
Photo via Instagram / botikapearl
Botika
303 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 670-7684, botikapearl.com
Peruvian meets Japanese and Chinese fusion at this Pearl restaurant known for their bento boxes and bountiful sushi platters.
Photo via Instagram / botikapearl
Brew's Lee Tea Station
4009 Broadway St, brewsleetea.com
Bubble tea is served up any which way you want at this cute Alamo Heights shop that also specializes in noodle dishes and rice bowls.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
Brew's Lee Tea Station
4009 Broadway St, brewsleetea.com
Bubble tea is served up any which way you want at this cute Alamo Heights shop that also specializes in noodle dishes and rice bowls.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie