10 Spots to Dine During Culinaria Restaurant Weeks

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, CULINARIA Restaurant Weeks in San Antonio! It started with many favorite restaurants in the Alamo City and has now expanded to the surrounding cities, Boerne and New Braunfels. From January 21th – February 2nd, all participating restaurants in the tricounty area will offer special three or four course prix-fixe menus which can be found on Culinaria’s website. Some restaurants will even offer additional course options as well as wine, cocktails and beer pairings. This is the perfect opportunity to test out a new restaurant you’ve been dying to try or to use this as an excuse to reconnect with friends and family. If the list of almost 100 restaurants overwhelms you, have no fear, we’ve narrowed down our 10 must-try spots. Reservations aren’t required, but we highly recommend them!

Photo Credit: Kody Melton via Maverick Texas Brasserie

 

Biga on the Banks

Head on downtown and enjoy Restaurant Week riverside at Biga on the Banks. It will be offering 3 and 4 course prix-fixe dinners with wine pairings at an additional cost. Start your meal with courses like House-Cured Coppa or Shrimp & Octopus Campechano, then enjoy your choice of entrees like Roasted Australian Lamb Rack or Grilled Hanger Steak. Save room for tempting desserts like Sticky Toffee Pudding or Tres Leches Cake. Website, 210.225.0722

 

Botika

Make your way to Botika at the Historic Pearl Brewery, one of San Antonio’s trendiest areas. This Peruvian-Asian fusion restaurant will give you a truly unique experience perfect for first-time diners during Restaurant Week. Details of its prix-fixe menu are currently unavailable but will be updated on the Culinaria website. Website, 210.670.7684

 

Boudro’s

Enjoy one of San Antonio’s long-standing River Walk icons during Restaurant Week. For lunch, dine on seasonal greens or the soup of the day, the daily special and a pear tart. At dinner, it offers your choice of a wild arugula salad or the soup of the day with various entrees such as Wood-Grilled Bone-in Heirloom Pork Chop or Grilled Atlantic Salmon with Butterscotch Boudino for dessert. Website, 210.224.8484

 

The Cookhouse

Get a taste of New Orleans in your own backyard at The Cookhouse! This 3-course dinner special is available from Tuesday through Saturday, 5-10 pm. Enjoy Gumbo with Duck and Andouille Sausage for your first course, then Jambalaya with Chicken, Shrimp, and Andoullie sausage, and dig into Bread Pudding for dessert. Website, 210.320.821

 

La Fogata

Enjoy the famous fire-roasted cooking and lively fun atmosphere at La Fogata. Dine on the breezy patio with roaming mariachi singers and a margarita in hand to make your Restaurant Week a true San Antonio experience. Details of its prix-fixe menu are currently unavailable but will be updated on the Culinaria website. Website, 210.698.9700

 

Little Gretel

Take a trip to the Texas Hill Country for some of the most authentic Czech and German food at Little Gretel. Traditional specialties like kolaches and schnitzel are always worth the drive to Boerne and with specials during Restaurant Week, you’ll definitely want to make your way out there. Details of its prix-fixe menu are currently unavailable but will be updated on the Culinaria website. Website, 830.331.1368

 

Maverick Texas Brasserie

Make your way to Southtown for Restaurant Week at Maverick. It will be offering special three-course menus for lunch and dinner. Savor mixed greens and choose from entrees that include New Zealand Grass-fed Sirloin, Duck Confit and Trout Almondine with desserts like a Seasonal Fruit Tart or Chocolate Marquis. Website. 210.973.6050

 

Nonna Osteria

Feel like you’re in an Italian grandmother’s kitchen table at this charming trattoria. Nonna Osteria is housed in the historic Fairmount Hotel and is perfect for a date spot, and it’s even better when you go with a discounted menu. Details of its prix-fixe menu are currently unavailable but will be updated on the Culinaria website. Website, 210.224.8800

 

Silo/Nosh

Take fine dining to “new heights” at Silo! Venture up a level to the beloved bistro for upscale New American eats in an elegant, elevated environment. Or downstairs, a cool, casual alternative is Nosh – a cozy neighborhood trattoria that’s Italian with plenty of tempting small bites, too. Details of its prix-fixe menu are currently unavailable but will be updated on the Culinaria website. Websites, Multiple locations

 

Zinc Bistro & Bar

Treat yourself to a three-course meal during Restaurant Week at Zinc Bistro & Bar. For lunch, dine on Baby Kale-Spinach or the soup of the day, the daily special and Sticky Toffee Pudding. At dinner, it offers your choice of a Little Gem Salad or the soup of the day with various entrees such as Braised Angus Beef Short Ribs or Gochujang Marinated Chicken Thighs with Dark Chocolate Truffle Cake for dessert. Website, 210.224.2900

 

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