Located in the very heart of downtown San Antonio’s culinary and cultural district, many of the city’s top-rated restaurants are just steps from your new home at Alteza Residences. The food here is top-notch, whether you crave fine American dining, authentic Tex-Mex cuisine or a menu with an exquisite Mediterranean flair.
With the city’s hottest chefs and coolest eateries at your doorstep, everyday dining is transformed into a creative art form. These innovative, awardwinning restaurants feature inspirational new dishes by the region’s finest master chefs.
From the extravagant to the unique, every meal is an exciting new adventure with authentic handcrafted foods. From intimate atmospheres to open-air dining and lively musical venues, the city’s restaurants are both elegant and eclectic.
Popular locations include historic buildings, an old brewery, a restored railroad car and even a sandwich shop made from shipping containers.
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Chef Michael Sohocki was named Rising Star Sustainability Chef by starchefs.com. Try this elegant eatery for a truly exquisite meal you will never forget.
152 E. Pecan, #100, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 222-1849
This is a restaurant unlike any other in the city. Step into this renovated blue railroad car that holds a small kitchen and a 12-seat dining table, and you’ll be in for some of the most sublime Mexican dishes ever created.
5251 McCullough Ave., San Antonio, TX 78212.
Phone: (832) 520-8928
This is good fun, foodie style! Unique head-turning dishes are featured on the constantly changing menu. You’ll love the fun, beer-garden-style atmosphere and the top-notch craft beer and wine list.
1127 S. St. Marys St., San Antonio, TX 78210
Phone: (210) 745-2581
Signature items include chateaubriand of beef tenderloin carved tableside by chef John Brand and the smoked Lockhart quail. Voted “Best Hotel Restaurant” by foodies and critics alike.
112 College St., San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 518-1063
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