American style restaurants on the River Walk and the Downtown San Antonio area.
502 River Walk San Antonio, TX. 78205
Our pledge is simple: Honor the old legends,
while making a little history of our own.
For campfire style Texas fare, head to Saltgrass Steak House – the original Texas Steakhouse serving Certified Angus Beef ® steaks. Entrées include Pat’s Ribeye, Maudeen’s Center Cut Filet, Gulf Coast Steak and Shrimp, Chicken Fried Steak and BBQ Baby Back Ribs. If you can, leave room for Saltgrass’ homemade Two-Fork Cheesecake. All breads, dressings, soups and desserts are made from scratch daily. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Spacious banquet room at Riverwalk location, seats 100 people. Great view, air conditioned, groups welcome!
223 Losoya | San Antonio, Texas (78205)
Open Daily for Breakfast
Charlie Wants A Burger Sports Bar on the San Antonio River Walk offers mouth-watering burgers, beer, breakfast and sports. Charlie serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Craft beer lives here. At Charlie Wants A Burger, we’re proud to offer a fantastic selection of craft beer from across America and around the world.
Whether you’re in the mood for a crisp, citrusy German Kölsch, a spicy saison, or a rich, creamy oatmeal stout, we’ve got you covered. So the next time you’re looking for a sports bar on the San Antonio River Walk serving outstanding craft beers and burgers, pop into Charlie’s. Happy Hour daily 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. – 11 p.m. Riverside patio and upstairs balcony great for people watching.
Visit the link below to view Charlie’s entertainment and promotions page.
Directions to Charlie Wants A Burger
237 Losoya, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 223-9374
Fax: (210) 223-4634
A Texas-style steakhouse on the River Walk. Take a bite of a 12 oz. Abilene T-Bone and wash it down with buckets of your favorite beer.
125 E. Houston Street • San Antonio, TX 78205
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.
105 North Alamo Plaza San Antonio, TX 78205
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 [...]
112 College St, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 518-1063
Built on three levels that descend down to the River Walk, the AAA four diamond Las Canarias is known for its romantic and relaxing atmosphere. Sitting under the graceful palms, watching the flow of the river, or being caught up in the festivities of people strolling by, diners are carried away to another place and time. Inside, Las Canarias recreates the graciousness that accompanies fine dining while providing the comfort that contemporary lifestyles demand.
Las Canarias was voted Readers and Critics Choice for Best Hotel Restaurant by the San Antonio Express News for 2009.
Las Canarias is “American Refined.” It is a careful presentation of sight, smell, texture and taste. It is a “celebration of food and wine.” If you want to eat, you can go anywhere, but if you want a truly memorable dining experience, then Las Canarias is the place.
606 W. Cypress San Antonio, TX 78212
The Cove is locally owned & operated by Sam & Lisa Asvestas and a wonderful team. Our passion is healthy, delicious food and live music. The Cove restaurant was born in April 2001 as an after thought to a carwash and a coin laundry. In the beginning we only served ice cream and hot sandwiches.
As I discovered that I truly enjoyed the hospitality business and food; I continued to expand the restaurant. We were now a smoky bar, that served bar food. In 2003 I began studying Ayurveda. Ayurveda is holistic medicine from India. It teaches balance in life and most importantly that food is either healing and nourishing or poisonous. I began to change my eating habits, getting rid of processed food and fake food. There was a contradicition about the food I was serving but would not [...]
330 E. Grayson St San Antonio, TX 78215
Phone: (210) 223-2830
Sam’s is centrally located just north of downtown San Antonio right next to the Pearl Brewery at Broadway and Grayson. Sam’s has been doing live music in San Antonio for about 11 years but in the last three and a half years they have committed to bringing in top flight bands. Backed by an over $250,000 remodeling project that includes new bar, new restrooms, a green room and upgraded PA has made Sam’s one of the top music rooms in the state if not the country.
Committed to having a truly diverse music room bringing in everything from blues to indie rock to rockabilly to swing to country to americana to soul/funk. Hosting shows by the Old 97s, Robin Trower, Colin Hay, Rhett Miller, Delbert McClinton, Eric Johnson, Stephen Bruton, Pinetop Perkins, Cowboy Mouth, Heartless Bastards, Black Joe Lewis [...]
110 East Crockett San Antonio, TX 78205
Rainforest Cafe is a themed restaurant chain owned by Landry’s Restaurants, Inc. of Houston, Texas. It was founded by entrepreneur Steven Schussler. The first location opened in the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota on February 3, 1994. In 1997, the chain consisted of only six restaurants, all in the United States. In 1998, the plan was to build 10 additional restaurants in the United States, seven in Mexico and five in the UK over 10 years.
In 2000, the Rainforest Cafe was bought by Landry’s Restaurants Inc., a company theme restaurant chain, based in Houston, Texas. To date the company owns 27 restaurants in the United States, three in Mexico, two in Canada, and one each in France, the United Kingdom, and Japan. The chain focuses on establishing a presence in larger cities and shopping malls, capitalizing on local tourism.
918 N. Main San Antonio, TX 78212
Phone: (210) 222-9422
Lulu’s began many years ago with a simple philosophy. Offer Texas-sized portions of great tasting home cooking at reasonable prices. Combine that with fast, friendly service and a huge slice of southern hospitality, and you have the Lulu’s experience.
As Seen On TV !
We were recently featured on Travel Channel’s “Man vs. Food” TV show. Adam, the host, ate an entire cinnamon roll and a big chicken fried steak meal. He’s a great guy and we really had a lot of fun filming the show.
Texas Monthly Magazine
We were one of the San Antonio restaurants featured in Texas Monthly’s “Best comfort food in Texas” Magazine.
Southern Living Magazine
We were one of the “50 things you must do when visiting Texas”, according to Southern Living Magazine.