Mexican restaurants on the River Walk and the Downtown San Antonio area.

Azuca Nuevo Latino

713 S. Alamo, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 225-5550
http://www.azuca.net

It would be a great pleasure to welcome you to Azuca, the first Nuevo Latino Restaurant in San Antonio. The idea of our Restaurant was inspired by a desire to unite the cuisine, service and atmosphere of the Caribbean, Central and Latin America with all of its glamour and vitality in one place – Azuca. It is our absolute goal to consistently provide our guests with an enjoyable and unique dining experience. [...]

Achiote River Cafe

600 E. Market St., San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 224-1234
http://www.achioterivercafe.com

 

Hoisin glazed duck quesadillas. Cuban spring rolls. Teriyaki-chipotle chicken sandwiches. And many more inventive, unexpected delights that await your palate. River Walk dining has never seen anything like this. It’s a unique new taste. And an intriguing new Achiote.

Featuring a breathtaking view of the River Walk, our bold color palette imbues the décor with a rich, vibrant feel, while friendly staff offers impeccable service on every visit.

Whether you [...]

El Mercado-Market Square

514 W. Commerce, San Antonio, TX 78207
Phone: (210) 207-8600
Fax: (210) 207-4287
www.marketsquaresa.com

The rich culture of San Antonio abounds throughout the plazas of Market Square. A three-block outdoor plaza lined with restaurants, shops and produce stands near San Antonio’s city center, Market Square is the largest Mexican market in the U.S. It is one of America’s top -ten outdoor markets according to Frommer’s. Dozens of shops sell everything from hand-embroidered dresses to leather belts. Market Square’s working artists, [...]

Judy’s Food To Go

 108 Soledad St, San Antonio, TX 78205
(210) 223-3923

**River Walk Guide Recommended

We will be getting more information on this amazing little place soon. However in the meantime, go try it for yourself and see why this place is so amazing. For locals in the area Judy’s offers fresh fruits, and hefty servings of breakfast, and lunch that will not break your wallet. Best of all, it’s really damn good food.

 

 

La Gloria Ice House

 
100 E Grayson, San Antonio, TX 78215

Phone: (210) 267-9040
http://www.lagloriaicehouse.com

La Gloria is a place that was created to celebrate the rich and delicious street foods from interior Mexico. From tacos al pastor in Mexico City, tlayudas in Oaxaca, to coctéles de mariscos from Veracruz, Mexico’s street foods are as unique and colorful as its traditions, people and culture.

La Gloria means “the heavens”, and our wish is that you experience heaven on earth through dining with us. Remember, “No hace falta morir para llegar a la [...]

Acenar

146 E. Houston St (78205)
(210) 222-2362
www.acenar.com

Ácenar Offers Modern Take on Mexican Cuisine

Restaurateurs Lisa Wong (of Rosario’s fame) and her business partner Pete Selig (of Biga on The Banks’ fame), joined forces in 2005 to launch Ácenar – one of the largest and most innovative contemporary Mexican restaurants and bars on the San Antonio River Walk and Downtown area.

Ácenar’s professional team, led by Executive Chef Richard Sánchez, delivers a culinary explosion of bold Latin-infused flavors. Guests will enjoy [...]

Sunset Station

1174 E Commerce &bull San Antonio &bull TX 78205
Phone: (210) 474-7640 &bull Fax: (210) 223-2524
www.sunset-station.com

 

Sunset Station, nestled in the historic St. Paul district, offers you a unique experience in downtown San Antonio. Visit our venue to enjoy dining at Aldaco’s fine Mexican Cuisine or Ruth’s Chris Steak House or experience a self paced walking tour to marvel at the turn of the century architecture or catch a concert of a nationally recognized touring act which range from [...]

Casa Rio

430 E Commerce St, San Antonio, Texas 78205
210-225-6718
http://www.casa-rio.com

The restaurant founded in 1946 by Alfred F. Beyer, sits on land first granted title in 1777 by the King of Spain. The Spanish Colonial period hacienda became the core of the new business. The cedar door and window lintels, the fireplace, and thick rock walls, are still evident inside the building.

Casa Rio was the first San Antonio business to open its doors to the River and take advantage of the [...]