Drink Texas Bar

200 Navarro StSan Antonio, TX 78205
(210) 224-1031
http://drinktexas.com/

 

Known for our Happy Hour, famous for our nights. Enjoy Drink’s intimate lounge atmosphere until 2am every day. Whether you are a first time visitor or a long-term local, Drink welcomes you to start and end your night on the town with us.

Whether you’d like a martini or a Merlot or just a really cold draft beer, Drink has all your classics and some new favorites. From winding down after work to partying on a Saturday night, there’s always something enticing on the menu.

Just steps from the San Antonio Riverwalk, Drink has been described by the San Antonio Express as “one of the coziest hangouts downtown”. Equipped with lounge seating for 40 people, 3 large projectors and 2 large HDTVs, it’s easy to relax with friends with your favorite beer, wine or cocktail.

 

Landry’s Seafood House

517 N Presa St San Antonio, TX 78205
 (210) 229-1010
http://www.landrysseafood.com/

 

A marquee classic. Landry’s is a hit from the moment you walk through an inviting movie house-style entrance.

Landry’s ambiance is breezy but genteel — Gulf Coast, circa 1940. Jazz plays softly. Ceiling fans spin overhead. It’s the kind of place Hepburn and Tracy would have hung out, maybe split a dozen oysters and a drink before dinner and lingered after a dessert of bananas foster on the patio or dock outside.

One look at the menu, and it’s clear Landry’s isn’t just the catch of the day. It’s a classic. The exceptional, fresh seafood gets star billing, any way customers want it — red snapper, flounder, redfish, rainbow trout, salmon, tuna and mahi-mahi — all with or without specialty toppings incorporating jumbo lump crab, shrimp, scallops and crawfish. And there’s more: Bountiful seafood platters. Gulf shrimp, oysters and shellfish prepared myriad [...]

Lüke

125 E. Houston Street • San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 227-5853
http://www.lukesanantonio.com/

 

Chef John Besh welcomes you to Lüke San Antonio, on the city’s famed River Walk. This is Besh’s first restaurant outside of his home state of Louisiana, and it features a menu of authentic Old World cuisine, combining classic German and French cooking techniques with a New Orleans touch. Lüke is conveniently situated in San Antonio’s popular downtown district.

Full-service bar features an extensive French, German, and Belgian beer selection as well as an impressive array of local Texas-brewed beers. The wine list features reds and whites from the Loire, Alsace, and Savoie regions, as well as Badischerwiens of Germany. Befitting the brasserie atmosphere, none of the bottles will be over $45, save those on a special reserve list.

1909 Bar & Bistro

105 North Alamo Plaza San Antonio, TX 78205
(210) 933-2000
http://www.1909barandbistro.com

 

With a blend of contemporary and cool style wrapped in wall to wall windows that create a perfect view of the beautiful Alamo, the 1909 Bar and Bistro offers the perfect ambiance for any occasion. Located inside of the luxurious Hotel Indigo at the Alamo inside of the historical Gibbs Building at the corner of Houston St and Alamo Plaza, the 1909 Bar and Bistro offers a vast menu sure to tantalize the most critical of taste buds. Never before will you have encountered such a unique dining experience as the Hotel Indigo is situated inside of the original grounds of the Alamo compound and still incorporates historical elements of the original Gibbs building, such as the 100 year old granite dining table tops. Come wind down in the bar and treat yourself to your favorite drink or enjoy [...]