Don’t miss the chance to sample the best cuisine in the area at special prices from your favorite restaurants when Restaurant Week returns to San Antonio this winter 2023!
It doesn’t matter if you live there or are just visiting; Restaurant Week San Antonio is the ideal opportunity to sample the city’s vibrant culinary scene where you can sample novel dishes and flavors by taking advantage of the limited-time special menus and offers provided by participating restaurants.
This two-week extravaganza includes everything from the city’s all-time favorites to some of the latest food spots, famous restaurants or the city’s hidden gems, and a mix of culinary fusion from around the globe.
It’s a great time to relax, spend time with family, or simply get to know San Antonio anew through the flavors it has to offer.
WHEN IS THIS HAPPENING?
From January 16 through January 28, 2023, your favorite restaurants will be kicking off Winter Restaurant Weeks with three-course prix fixe menus for this bi-annual extravaganza!
Furthermore, we recommend that you make reservations in advance to avoid the long waiting list. So you can simply walk in, eat, and enjoy.
WHO ARE THE PARTICIPANTS?
We’ve heard that there will be more than 50 restaurants that will join this year’s event. We’ve selected some of the most recommended restaurants for you!
Photo by: www.allorapearl.com
Discover a cozy hangout place that’s ideal for business meetings, solo dining, and romantic dinners as you let yourself be moved to Italy’s romantic Amalfi Coast. Allora’s menu features raw and cooked seafood, housemade pasta, savory vegetables and game, and Italian spritzers and wine.
403 Pearl Parkway San Antonio, TX 78215
Photo by: www.bistr09.com
The long-established French bistro “bistro vatel,” also known as “chez vatel bistro,” has been reborn as Bistr09, a classy brasserie in Olmos Park, California, by chef Damien Watel.
6106 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX 78209
Photo by www.carriqui.com
The concepts, tastes, customs, and cultures that coexist harmoniously in San Antonio are all embraced by Carriqui. They are committed to promoting South Texas food and drink, Fresh seafood from the Texas coast, botana platters fit for the Rio Grande Valley, barbacoa and brisket cooked in pits forged in the Texas Hill Country, and regional favorites like nachos, enchiladas, fajitas, and margaritas are all on the menu.
239 E. Grayson Street San Antonio, Texas 78215
Photo by: www.joescrabshack.com
Joe’s Crab Shack is open daily for lunch and dinner, with happy hour specials Monday through Friday.
They serve delicious costal fare like fried shrimp platters, signature fish entrees, famous steam pots, and over-sized, inventive cocktails. Entertainment is king (crab) at this family-friendly, casual restaurant. Bring your kids to the Paint-A-Crab Dessert Station. Gather the gang, put on a bib, and get crackin’. Alternatively, join in on the group dancing. Joe’s Crab Shack will serve your seafood with a side of fun, no matter what flavor you prefer!
212 College St, Suite 100, San Antonio, TX 78205
Dinner with a three-course prix fixe menu. Included in the price is a starter, your choice of entree, and dessert. For $25, beverage pairings will include an aperitif, wine dinner, and after-dinner liqueur.
Visit their website to know the official restaurant week menu.
2919 N. Flores Street, San Antonio, TX 78212
As a place that is family-owned and -operated and takes you to a familiar or undiscovered location, Sari-Sari embodies the sense of home. Take in the rich flavors of traditional dishes that Adam Valenzuela, an epicure, has recreated in his kitchen.
You should try their FIVE POUND CRISPY PATA or invite your loved ones over for a KAMAYAN BOODLE FIGHT, where a feast is prepared on fresh banana leaves and everyone eats with their hands.
5700 Wurzbach Road, San Antonio, Texas 78238
(210) 647- 7274
Restaurant hours differ. Furthermore, both their menus and hours are subject to change. Before visiting the restaurant, we advise double-checking its website or social media page for any updates.
Visit Culinariasa.org for more information about the event.