San Antonio eateries participate in Restaurant Weeks

More than 60 San Antonio-area restaurants are taking part in Restaurant Weeks Jan. 15-29, during which time local eateries will offer special three-course prix-fixe menus. (Courtesy Culinaria)
More than 60 San Antonio-area restaurants are taking part in Restaurant Weeks Jan. 15-29, during which time local eateries will offer special three-course prix-fixe menus. (Courtesy Culinaria)

More than 60 San Antonio-area restaurants are taking part in Restaurant Weeks Jan. 15-29, during which time local eateries will offer special three-course prix-fixe menus. (Courtesy Culinaria)

More than 60 San Antonio-area restaurants are taking part in Restaurant Weeks Jan. 15-29, during which time local eateries will offer special three-course prix-fixe menus.

Culinaria, a local nonprofit, organizes and benefits from Restaurant Weeks. Culinaria promotes San Antonio as a premier food and wine destination and fosters culinary community growth and education, according to the organization’s mission statement.

A portion of proceeds from each meal sold goes back to Culinaria to help support its programming.

During Restaurant Weeks, some restaurants plan to offer additional course options as well as wine, cocktail and beer pairings.

Lunch menu prices will range from $20-$30 per person, and dinners will range between $35-$55 with to-go options available at some participating restaurants, Culinaria officials said.



Culinaria President and CEO Suzanne Taranto-Etheredge said the event provides opportunities for diners to try out a restaurant or connect with friends, family and colleagues while enjoying various culinary offerings available around town.

“San Antonio is a hub for great dining hotspots, and Restaurant Weeks presents the ultimate opportunity for local residents and visitors to discover new culinary delights,” Taranto-Etheredge said in a statement.

“It also generates enthusiasm within our diverse culinary community and extends another opportunity for chefs to showcase the variety of food and flavors that define San Antonio and neighboring cities.”

Some of the participating north side restaurants include those listed below.




  • 1719 Steakhouse, 20626 Stone Oak Parkway, Ste. 103. 210-377-1718 (dine in for dinner)

  • Aldino, 1203 N. Loop 1604 W., Ste. 101. 210-340-0000 (dine in for lunch or dinner)

  • Benjie’s Munch, 1218 W. Bitters Road, Ste. 107. 210-556-8624 (dine in or to-go for lunch only)

  • Cover 3, 1806 N. Loop 1604 W. 210-479-9700 (dine in for lunch or dinner)

  • Frederick’s Bistro, 14439 NW Military Hwy., Ste. 100. 210-888-1500 (dine in for dinner Jan. 15-22 only)

  • Galpao Gaucho, 2318 N. Loop 1604 W. 210-497-2500 (dine in for dinner)

  • HuHot, 12710 W. I-10, Ste. 100. 210-641-1288 (dine in or to-go for lunch only)

  • Kirby’s Prime Steakhouse, 123 N. Loop 1604 E. 210-404-2221 (dine in for dinner only)

  • Kona Grill North Star Mall, 7400 San Pedro Ave., Ste. 1255. 210-998-7601 (dinner available all day)

  • Luce’s Ristorante, 11255 Huebner Road, Ste. 200. 210-561-9700 (dine in for dinner only)

  • Meadow Neighborhood Eatery & Bar, 555 W. Bitters Road, Ste. 110. 210-481-4214 (dine in for brunch, lunch or dinner)

  • Melting Pot, 14855 Blanco Road, Ste. 110. 210-479-6358 (dine in for dinner only)

  • Rosé Bistro, 16111 San Pedro Ave. 210-248-9366 (dine in for dinner only)

  • Saltgrass Steakhouse, 16910 N. US 281. 210-402-6621 (dinner available all day)

  • Scuzzi’s Italian Restaurant, 4035 N. Loop 1604 W., Ste. 102. 210-493-8884 (dine in for lunch or dinner)

  • Tu Asador, 8055 West Ave., Ste. 125. 210-530-4595 (dine in lunch or dinner)

  • The Well, 5539 UTSA Blvd. 210-877-9099 (dine in for lunch or dinner)



According to Culinaria, anyone planning to dine in at any participating restaurant should call ahead to check the menu and make a reservation. Menus at participating eateries and other Restaurant Weeks information can be found at www.culinariasa.org.

By Edmond Ortiz
Edmond joined Community Impact as a reporter in August 2021, helping to launch new editions in the San Antonio market. Edmond covers various beats in the North San Antonio coverage area. He previously was the main reporter for Local Community News, covering several areas in and around San Antonio, first as a freelancer and then staff member. Prior to that, Edmond was a community news reporter for Prime Time Newspapers and the San Antonio Express-News, including editing two community weeklies. He's a San Antonio native, and studied mass communications at San Antonio College and Texas State University.