In an impassioned attempt to support the local economy, a friend and I have enthusiastically participated in and relished San Antonio’s 1st Annual Restaurant Week which started Saturday, August 21st and lasts through Saturday, August 22nd!
So many choices, so little time! How to choose? Check out where I ate and see mouthwatering pictures showcasing the lunches at 5 San Antonio eateries. Each post contains restaurant menus, contact information, Twitter/Facebook pages, and more reasons to attend, this week and go back subsequently!
WARNING: Pictures of food are incredibly tempting and should not be viewed if adequate meal is not forthcoming!
Sun., Aug. 22 – Las Canarias
Although distracted by the Sunday Champagne brunch, the lunch menu offered throughout the rest of the week looked incredible tempting!
Mon., Aug. 23 – The Palm
Even though it all started in 1926 in NYC, The Palm is still the place to be, with international locations! The San Antonio location kicked off Restaurant week on a high note!
Tue., Aug. 24 – Boudro’s
Boudro’s is a Riverwalk gem and ammunition for anyone who says you can’t find good food on the River. Incredible lunch, left very little to be desired.
Wed., Aug. 25 – The Lodge at Castle Hills
A San Antonio classic, the lunch did not disappoint. The restaurant, a converted mansion nestled within two and a half acres, offered an instant mid-day escape from everything else.
Thu., Aug. 26 – Tre Trattoria
Another Chef Jason Dady treasure, this Tuscan Italian restaurant offered a great ambiance and an equally scrumptious lunch!
Formally the New World Wine & Food Festival, Culinaria is sponsoring this event offering the opportunity to try some of the Alamo City’s BEST culinary masters’ finest dishes in an affordable fashion.
After this week, I’ll never view lunch the same!