September 09, 2022

The 21 most-anticipated bars and restaurants opening in San Antonio by the end of 2022

San Antonio's culinary landscape is ever-changing, and the slew of spots opening over the coming months shows just how fluid it can be. While many of these highly anticipated drinking and dinking establishments are brand new, some are second locations of established favorites and one is a relocation. Let's dig in! 
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The Cottage
3810 Broadway, (210) 463-9111, thecottageirishpub.com
Transplants Phil and Gina Bentley will bring Ireland to the Alamo City this fall  via The Cottage, a cozy Irish pub near the Witte Museum. 
Photo courtesy of The Cottage
The Cottage
3810 Broadway, (210) 463-9111, thecottageirishpub.com
Transplants Phil and Gina Bentley will bring Ireland to the Alamo City this fall via The Cottage, a cozy Irish pub near the Witte Museum.
Photo courtesy of The Cottage
Roll On In
Loop 1604 & Redland Rd., (210) 419-3793, facebook.com/rolloninsanantoniotx
Roll On In’s rice-based bowls, salads and sushi burritos can be made with seaweed or soy wraps. Possible toppings include raw ingredients — think salmon and tuna — as well as cooked accoutrements including salmon, shrimp, chicken, steak, crab and tofu.
Photo via Instagram / roll_on_in
Roll On In
Loop 1604 & Redland Rd., (210) 419-3793, facebook.com/rolloninsanantoniotx
Roll On In’s rice-based bowls, salads and sushi burritos can be made with seaweed or soy wraps. Possible toppings include raw ingredients — think salmon and tuna — as well as cooked accoutrements including salmon, shrimp, chicken, steak, crab and tofu.
Photo via Instagram / roll_on_in
Rosario's
722 S. St. Mary’s St., (210) 223-1806, rosariossa.com
Mexican food haven Rosario’s is on track to bring its larger Southtown restaurant online later this year, expecting to unveil a brand-spanking new structure boasting a dining room, lounge, rooftop bar and exterior elevator tower sometime later this year.  
Photo courtesy of Douglas Architects
Rosario's
722 S. St. Mary’s St., (210) 223-1806, rosariossa.com
Mexican food haven Rosario’s is on track to bring its larger Southtown restaurant online later this year, expecting to unveil a brand-spanking new structure boasting a dining room, lounge, rooftop bar and exterior elevator tower sometime later this year.
Photo courtesy of Douglas Architects
Nékter Juice Bar
1304 Borgfeld Drive, Suite 200, nekterjuicebar.com
Southern California-based Nékter Juice Bar will open a new location near Camp Bullis on SA’s far North Side, construction on which is set to wrap by November.   
Photo via Instagram / nektersatx
Nékter Juice Bar
1304 Borgfeld Drive, Suite 200, nekterjuicebar.com
Southern California-based Nékter Juice Bar will open a new location near Camp Bullis on SA’s far North Side, construction on which is set to wrap by November.
Photo via Instagram / nektersatx
Comfort Café
121 Starr St, serenitystar.org/san-antonio
San Antonio’s nationally-lauded, pay-what-you-can eatery Comfort Café will open a mobile kitchen at San Antonio’s historic Heidgen House, a few blocks from the Alamo. It is expected to start serving later this fall.   
Photo via Instagram / comfortcafesatx
Comfort Café
121 Starr St, serenitystar.org/san-antonio
San Antonio’s nationally-lauded, pay-what-you-can eatery Comfort Café will open a mobile kitchen at San Antonio’s historic Heidgen House, a few blocks from the Alamo. It is expected to start serving later this fall.
Photo via Instagram / comfortcafesatx
Restaurant Claudine
517 E. Grayson St., (210) 527-3116, restaurantclaudine.com
Restaurateurs Emily and Houston Carpenter will open Southern comfort-food focused  Restaurant Claudine, an ode to Houston’s grandmother, this October. 
Photo by maycarlson via Instagram / restaurantclaudine
Restaurant Claudine
517 E. Grayson St., (210) 527-3116, restaurantclaudine.com
Restaurateurs Emily and Houston Carpenter will open Southern comfort-food focused Restaurant Claudine, an ode to Houston’s grandmother, this October.
Photo by maycarlson via Instagram / restaurantclaudine
Full Goods Diner
200 E. Grayson St, Suite 120, fullgoodsdiner.com
Full Goods Diner will on Sept. 22 begin serving up breakfast and lunch items packed with seasonal and local ingredients in the space that formerly housed Green Vegetarian Cuisine. 
Photo courtesy of Chioco Design
Full Goods Diner
200 E. Grayson St, Suite 120, fullgoodsdiner.com
Full Goods Diner will on Sept. 22 begin serving up breakfast and lunch items packed with seasonal and local ingredients in the space that formerly housed Green Vegetarian Cuisine.
Photo courtesy of Chioco Design
Hops & Hounds – Downtown
13838 Jones Maltsberger Rd, (210)-592-9400, hopsandhoundsllc.com
This Northeast San Antonio hangout will bring its kid- and dog-friendly vibes to the Museum Reach stretch of the River Walk this winter, doling out casual eats, craft cocktails, frozen margaritas and draft beer by year’s end. 
Photo via Instagram / hopshoundssa
Hops & Hounds – Downtown
13838 Jones Maltsberger Rd, (210)-592-9400, hopsandhoundsllc.com
This Northeast San Antonio hangout will bring its kid- and dog-friendly vibes to the Museum Reach stretch of the River Walk this winter, doling out casual eats, craft cocktails, frozen margaritas and draft beer by year’s end.
Photo via Instagram / hopshoundssa
Be Kind & Rewind
115 Alamo Plaza, bekindandrewindsa.com
Fans of the pop-culture iconography of the ’80s, ’90s and 2000s will love this new hangout spot at Alamo Plaza. According to Founder Alex Amaro, the new concept will focus on old arcade cabinets such as Pac-Man and pinball machines and is expected to open in the old Fuddruckers building across from the Alamo sometime this year. 
Photo via Google Maps
Be Kind & Rewind
115 Alamo Plaza, bekindandrewindsa.com
Fans of the pop-culture iconography of the ’80s, ’90s and 2000s will love this new hangout spot at Alamo Plaza. According to Founder Alex Amaro, the new concept will focus on old arcade cabinets such as Pac-Man and pinball machines and is expected to open in the old Fuddruckers building across from the Alamo sometime this year.
Photo via Google Maps
McIntyre's
Multiple Locations, mcintyresusa.com
This Houston-based chain is known for its icehouse-style setting, replete with sprawling patios, glass garage doors to welcome outdoor weather and multiple TV screens. It will open two SA locations this winter. 
Photo via Instagram / mcintyressouthtown
McIntyre's
Multiple Locations, mcintyresusa.com
This Houston-based chain is known for its icehouse-style setting, replete with sprawling patios, glass garage doors to welcome outdoor weather and multiple TV screens. It will open two SA locations this winter.
Photo via Instagram / mcintyressouthtown