Best Restaurants in San Antonio
San Antonio, Texas boasts an incredible variety of restaurants, all with a creative take on traditional and contemporary cuisines. While it’s never easy to make a selection, some names stood out when we made this list. Here are our top picks for the best restaurants in San Antonio.
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SaVor Bistro’s owner Elizabeth Davis grew up in Venezuela and she learned how to cook with her grandmothers, with a particular focus on spanish, italian and french gastronomy. Her culinary education shows in the menu: from antipasti to steak tartare, ceviche to risotto, and creme brulee to chocolate souffle, there are delicacies for every taste. It’s also important to note that the ingredients are all organic!
The restaurant chose a sleek interior style, with a blend of industrial and urban atmospheres that combine to perfection to create an elegant decor. The cooking team shows the same attention to details in the presentation of the dishes, with each plate looking like a piece of art. SaVor Bistro is a great choice for a fine lunch or dinner.
20122 Stone Oak Pkwy #105
San Antonio, TX 78258
Cappy’s Restaurant is an institution in San Antonio, Texas. This family-owned restaurant opened in 1977 and has been providing homemade food seven days a week since then. The menu offers a wide array of meals, from salads to the delicious rosemary-citrus marinated lamb chops, and the restaurant also has a wide selection of wines. Try their famous green chili and the chili burgers!
The restaurant is ideally located near the San Antonio zoo, the San Antonio botanical garden, and the San Antonio country club, which makes it the perfect spot for a weekend brunch as well. Weekend specials include Commodore Eggs and the tasty Texas Pot Roast.
5011 Broadway St.
San Antonio, TX 78209
Biga on the Banks
Located in the heart of downtown San Antonio, Biga on the Banks is only a few minutes away by foot from the Briscoe Western Art Museum and the Tower of the Americas. In this elegant eatery, chef Bruce Auden follows his daily inspiration and every day is a chance to try a whole new variety of dishes. The “Biga classics” are generally available all week given their success with patrons. Try the Chicken Fried Oysters, or the incredible Close-to-Bouillabaisse for an original take on this famous Mediterranean dish.
The location above the San Antonio River Walk will be a highlight of your meal and makes for a romantic and chic atmosphere that is completed by the excellent selections of wine. Biga on the Banks is perfect for you if you are looking for an elegant eatery in downtown San Antonio.
203 S St Mary’s St.
San Antonio, TX 78205
Bliss is located just a few blocks away from downtown San Antonio. The beautiful dining room, with its exposed brick walls and wide windows, is an invitation to fine food tasting and the restaurant serves New American cuisine with a seasonal take on the classics. The chef cooks with fresh and local ingredients and the selection of artisanal cheeses and breads can be paired up with the right wine or beer. Don’t hesitate to ask the knowledgeable staff for advice!
We especially recommend starting with a charcuterie board, followed by the whole mediterranean branzino. And to indulge the sweet tooth, try the Warm Apple Spiced Cake for dessert!
926 S Presa St.
San Antonio, TX 78210
Chef Steve McHugh opened his own restaurant in 2013 and Cured quickly established itself as one of the best restaurants in San Antonio, Texas. Nestled in a renovated historical building, Cured is located 1 mile away from the San Antonio Museum of Art and is, to put it simply, a gem.
Choose from a variety of charcuterie and cheese boards and a wide selection of sparkling, white, and red wines. Cured also gets creative when it comes to cocktails, and we like the Calm Your Horses, with its mix of Chopin Vodka and Chamomile Bitters, as well as the Fine Girl, an interesting blend of Brandy, Mesquite Syrup, Creme de Cacao, Tonka Bean, and Cream.
306 Pearl Pkwy Unit 101
San Antonio, TX 78215
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