BBQ restaurants on the River Walk and the Downtown San Antonio area.
111 W. Crockett St. #104 San Antonio, TX
Located in downtown San Antonio on the historic River Walk. The County Line River Walk is in the South Bank Complex next door to the Hard Rock Cafe. It’s a great place to enjoy a plate of legendary Texas bar-b-q and an ice cold beer or margarita. The County Line River Walk features an awesome river side patio and open-air bar. Inside the funky Texas roadhouse atmosphere will make you feel like you’ve wandered out into the Texas Hill Country. The County Line River Walk also offers a awesome private party space overlooking the river as well as private party barges.
502 River Walk San Antonio, TX. 78205
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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!
849 E. Commerce, #171, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 225-7662
Tony Roma’s is the largest casual theme restaurant chain specializing in ribs in the world. With nearly 200 restaurant locations in 17 states, 33 countries and six continents, Tony Roma’s is one of the most globally recognizable names in the industry. From Miami to Los Angeles, Orlando to Edmonton, and Tokyo to Madrid, Tony Roma’s serves its signature ribs, world famous onion loaf, and other steak, chicken and seafood entrees to thousands of guests every day.
The first “Tony Roma’s” was opened in North Miami, Florida on January 20, 1972. The restaurant featured casual décor, comfortable ambience and the feel of a neighborhood bar. The menu was simple and consisted of great tasting food, reasonable prices, late evening service and nightly live entertainment. Baby Back Ribs emerged as the house specialty with people traveling miles to sample the signature [...]
123 Losoya, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 222-1234
NO ONE REALLY KNOWS WHO INVENTED BARBEQUE. In America, it probably originated during the cattle drives of the 1800s, as chuck wagon cooks tried to tenderize inexpensive cuts of meat for the trail drivers. But the Chinese could lay claim to having a form of BBQ long before America was discovered. As well as the Romans and the Greeks. We’ll never know who really invented it. But what we do know is that BBQ is a planet-wide phenomenon, cooked in various forms of meats, sauces and spices over a broad range of wood fires.
That brings us to Q. We’ve spent quite a bit of time searching out the globe’s best BBQ and brought their recipes back. Now you can discover on your own the amazing variety of tastes that the wide world of barbeque has to offer, without having to bother [...]
2900 S. Flores, San Antonio, TX 78204
Phone: (210) 533-5112
Bolner Family History
Our great grandfathers, Antonio and Joseph Bolner, immigrated from Tyrol, Italy to Vera Cruz, Mexico in 1881. The brothers came to the Americas as part of an appeal made from President Diaz of Mexico to Italy looking for farmers to tend their hill country. The citizens of Mexico did not appreciate the immigrants working their lands and violence broke out. The Italian immigrants were quickly released from their contracts. Our great grandfathers decided to try their luck in Texas. Antonio Bolner and his wife, Orsola Eccell Bolner, settled in Del Rio Texas while Joe Bolner and his wife, Orsola’s sister, Mary Eccell Bolner, settled in San Antonio, Texas. Both brothers farmed the land and raised large families.
Antonio Bolner and his wife, Orsola, settled in Del Rio, Texas on land south of the city known today [...]
101 W Commerce, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 229-9519
In 1950, on a $500 loan from his father, Bill Miller opened a small poultry and egg business. Three years later Bill Miller Bar-B-Q began as a small fried chicken-to-go restaurant. Fried chicken led to hamburgers and then to barbecue. The second restaurant opened in February of 1963. Today there are 68 Bill Miller Bar-B-Q restaurants.
From the beginning, Bill Miller Bar-B-Q was a family business. Faye Miller served as a cashier and hostess while raising their four children. The children learned how to work and were raised learning the operations of the business. They worked in the restaurant during the summers and on weekends. When Bill Miller planned a vacation to Europe between Balous Miller’s junior and senior years of college, Balous ran the restaurant business that summer and then decided to make Bill Miller Bar-B-Q his career rather [...]
111 W. Crockett, Ste. 104, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 229-1941
On the scenic Riverwalk in the South Bank Complex (next to The Hard Rock), The County Line is a great place to enjoy an ice cold beer or or frosty margarita at the open-air bar. Inside the funky Texas roadhouse atmosphere will make you feel like you’ve wandered out into the Texas Hill Country. Open from 11am ’til 11pm daily. Private Party Barges are also available.
The County Line was formed by some Texans who loved Austin; loved its heritage and historical buildings; loved BBQ; and were committed to running a restaurant based on four principles: First: offer the highest quality smoked barbecue – ribs, brisket, sausage and chicken – with traditional sides of cole slaw, potato salad and beans. Second: provide these BBQ specialties in generous portions at reasonable prices. Next: employ college-age students to offer friendly [...]