Comfort Suites Alamo/River walk
505 Live Oak Street
San Antonio, TX 78202
Phone: (210) 227-5200
Fax: (210) 227-5202
This upscale eatery in Indianapolis serves up some of the best steak dishes in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Filet Mignon, New York Strip - it all features on the menu, and you can whet your appetite beforehand with the seafood appetizers such as Lobster Bisque, Bluepoint Oysters on the Half Shell, and Smoked Pacific Salmon. Among the desserts, your best choice would be the sinfully indulgent Chocolate Velvet Cake - it will prepare you for the toll that dining here is sure to take on your wallet!
Situated near the border of the beautiful historic village of La Villita, this restaurant serves pure Mexican food with an ambience to match. Tall doors, high walls and Mexican movie posters, all contribute to create a southern look. Feast on homemade food - Spanish Rice, Bean Pot Soup and Fajita Platters. Among desserts the Tres Leches Cake is only for people with a hard-core sweet tooth! Try the margaritas here—they're really good.
The funky cafe found a second home downtown. Just like its uptown twin, this cafe serves breakfast but is most popular for lunch. For dinner though, you'll have to go back uptown. The healthy, vegetarian-friendly lunch menu offers a welcome alternative to the previously limited and unbearable lunch options downtown. While you won't find any Mexican food entrees, the "blue plate" specials and various soups and sandwiches give this spot all the business it can handle. As this location is even smaller than the original location, the crowds pack in early, so plan ahead.
Chaps is located in the Hyatt Regency San Antonio. Start your day with fluffy omelets, waffles and pancakes for breakfast, all served hot along with a great variety of pastries and fresh fruit. For lunch try out the delectable variety of Italian pastas, seafood and some nutritious vegetables. If you're looking to relax with a couple of friends in the evening, try the premium steaks, seafood, lamb and chicken entrees with gourmet salads and appetizers and a glass of exotic wine to go with it. But your dinner will certainly be incomplete without the scrumptious desserts.
Drop by the River Terrace Lounge in Hyatt Regency Hotel for some cocktails. This is not just another hotel bar, but is a great pace for those who like to spend some time alone. Try out an espresso or a refreshing cup of Starbucks coffee and for there health conscious there is nothing better than a glass of fruit juice. If you need that alcohol...don't worry, River Terrace Lounge has some Margaritas and Martinis too! You can stand by the window and absorb the gorgeous view over the river.
A self-taught chef who takes inspiration from his grandmother's cooking, his travels and his art, Chef Kris Martinez is brilliant who dishes out mouth watering Mexican wonders. The restaurant originally started in 1989 by Blanca Aldaco at Commerce Street. It later shifted to its current location followed by its original patrons and new fans. The venue has quite a history being the train depot in the area. Over the years the restaurant has not only gathered the acclaim of fans but also critics and has won awards for its culinary brilliance. Do try their breakfast tacos and also their happy hour system, both of which you can learn about on their website. They even entertain with live music every Friday. For catering and private event information do contact the venue.
Look for the statue of the Scotsman in full regalia to locate this fun bar with a British/Scottish theme on the River Walk. Enjoy a wide selection of both imported and local beers on tap while watching the crowds pass by from your patio table. The menu is definitely pub-oriented, but its offerings are rather tasty. Expect the usual steaks, fish and chips and sandwiches. While the food is good, the fun atmosphere, billiard tables, dart board, video games and large beer selection are the main attractions. Mad Dogs is open late and thus is a good place to end your evening.
Located at Hyatt Regency Hotel, Q on the Riverwalk is one of the places you just can't afford to miss going to for BBQ. With an intimate and soft ambiance, cherish your evening with a variety of BBQ dishes. The portions are plentiful and some of the dishes you may want to order are Korean bbq ribs, Kansas city style ribs, Texas city dry ribs, Cantonese ribs, Kalbi ribs and lots and lots more. The bar is extensive, so make sure to accompany your meals with the best suited drink of your choice. It also offers its private banquet to host your special occasions. Call ahead for more information.
This restaurant is known for its Texas cuisine. Chicken-fried steak is served up here in heaping portions, as are most of the other entrees. You'll also find steaks, ribs, chicken and catfish here, as well as popular desserts such as apple and pecan pie ala mode. The majority of the seating is on a long second-story balcony that overlooks the River Walk, giving you a nice way to dine in a somewhat quiet setting without missing out on the action taking place below you.
Just around a bend on the River Walk and located inside the hotel Hilton Palacio del Rio, Ibiza Patio Restaurant and Bar is a cool place for outdoor dining. Innovative Mediterranean and South Texan cuisine are delectable to taste. Enjoy the music by live bands on Saturday nights. Sip on some luscious wine and enjoy this memorable dining experience.
The menu at Landry's Seafood House offers a range of seafood items that are prepared fresh to order. This chain has 23 restaurants throughout the US and is known for its quality service and excellent food. The food is prepared from the days fresh catch such as fish, crabs, shrimp, oysters, tuna, etc. and is seasoned with dollops of garlic and Cajun spices. Soups, salads, sandwich, fries and tempting desserts also find a place on the menu. Landry's upstairs lounge offers a full-service bar with an extensive wine list and occasional live entertainment.
Saltgrass Steak House is a major chain restaurant owned by Landry's Restaurant and has its presence in cities all around the US. They are known to serve the finest Angus Beef steaks that are charcoal grilled to perfection. Salads, soups, seafood, desserts and beer also find space on the menu. The family restaurant has a casual, laid-back atmosphere and the rustic decor is in keeping with the rest. The staff is knowledgeable and attentive, but the wait can get too long sometimes.