With a seasonal menu of creative dishes by Chef Bruce Auden, Biga on the Banks is one of San Antonio's favorite fine dining restaurants. The dining room is elegant and warm, featuring yellow and red tones and wooden sculptures throughout. Entrees are mainly American meat and seafood dishes, including the seared mahi-mahi and beef rib eye. The atmosphere is perfect for a romantic dinner. They also cater, so you can have their delicious food at your special event.
Restaurant Gwendolyn manages to create amazing seasonal dishes without the use of anything that plugs into the wall. That's right - no mixers, no deep fryers, and no blenders. The restaurant is committed to keeping food simple and fresh, so the menu changes as seasonal ingredients change. Examples of the kinds of dishes you may find when you visit include a golden beet and seared fennel salad, beef bourguignon with gnocchi, and an orange and white chocolate parfait. Choose from the three-course or five-course tasting menus to sample the best that this traditional restaurant has to offer.
Spend a lazy morning looking at the scenic River Walk while sampling some flavorful tortillas and other South American dishes. There is a glass wall through which one can observe the surroundings. Come afternoon, you can choose from the entrees like beef tenderloin, roasted red snapper and chicken coated with bacon slices. Drinks are also served here that suit all occasions. WiFi-coverage is also offered here.
Step inside an over 110-year-old building and enter into a foodie's paradise. Featuring a cozy and welcoming interior furnished with comfortable tables and equipped with a well-stocked bar, the restaurant will regale you with a variety of delectable treats.The culinary expertise and use of natural ingredients make the food distinctively delicious. Sample delightful food items like Blood Orange, Sweet Potato Agnolotti, Slow cooked Heritage Hog with smoked Abdouille and Okra. These mouth-watering dishes are complemented by an incredibly fine selection of cocktails and wines. The cozy and comfortable ambiance add to the allure of the establishment which has been receiving several accolades for its service and food!
Wildfish Seafood Grille is an absolute neighborhood favorite. They offer a romantic and classy ambiance that will be perfect for a date night. The seafood here is a real treat and you may want to try the crab cakes, Atlantic lemon sole, Pacific ahi tuna steak, giant shrimps, oysters, clams, scallops, and the list can go on. Accompany your meals with a suitable glass of wine, and be sure to end the evening with one of the most mouthwatering desserts. Host your special occasions or dinners here and you will sure cherish the moments for a long time. For more details, call ahead.
Las Canarias is located inside one of San Antonio's most historic hotels, Omni La Mansion del Rio. It offers formal, courtyard and patio dining in addition to providing room service for hotel guests. Renowned chef Scott Cohen, who was formally trained in France, strives to provide food and service that goes beyond guests' expectations. Chef's specialty, grilled swordfish is a must. The restaurant also offers burgers and fries for the kids. A full bar and an extensive wine selection are also on hand. Locals flock to the restaurant to enjoy Sunday brunch. Reservations are highly recommended for this meal.
Pamper your taste buds by digging into delectable modern Mexican fare at Acenar. The popular Mexican restaurant offers patrons fine dining in an expansive space. Tortilla Soup, Stewed Pork Tips and Buttermilk Fried Oysters are just some of the delicacies on offer. Enjoy the exquisitely prepared food in the main dining area, lay back with Latin American drinks in the bar or simply relax in the lounge. However, the highlight of the restaurant is the lovely outdoor patio and the stunning river views that it offers. If you decide to try out this place, know that the best to visit is during happy hours when you can enjoy Platitos and cocktails for USD 5 every evening.
Steaks, seafood and Southwestern specialties from deep in the "haute" of Texas. Located on San Antonio's famous River Walk, Boudro's is often the restaurant for spotting visiting celebrities. Don't miss the fresh Guacamole (made table side), the Prickly Pear Margaritas or the blackened Prime Rib. And be sure to dine with friends so you can order one of every dessert to share. Boudro's is a favorite among locals and tourists alike and books quickly. Dining is available indoors, riverside and on river barges with advance reservations. Handicapped access is available through a street-level elevator.