Where Do You Go in San Antonio for Those Late Night Cravings?



If you're driving around San Antonio right now just praying to find something decent to eat after 9 pm, then you've come to the right place. The choices are limited, but superb. 

If you're already downtown and looking for a fine dining option, head to the new Dorrego's at Hotel Valencia. This is a beautiful place to take a date or a group of friends after a movie or show at the Majestic. Dorrego's Argentinean fare is not only delicious, but the overall experience here more than meets expectations. The decor and the service are impeccable, and the outdoor patio is alluring. Kick back and enjoy every moment of it. 

If you're looking for a little neighborhood hangout with some great food at low prices, Candlelight Coffeehouse serves more than just incredible brew. They serve up satisfying meals as well as desserts, wine and beer at this funky little joint. Just minutes from downtown, you can Uber there and back for just a few bucks. 

Sadly, you won't find many 24 hour restaurants in town, but if you love Mexican food then you're in luck. Mi Tierra isn't a tourist hot spot for nothing. You can't go wrong with their nachos and margaritas! 


Luther's Cafe
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For over 60 years, Luther's Cafe has been serving up some of San Antonio's best burgers along with your favorite comfort foods, all served with Luther's unique flair! They offer all of your Luther's favorites in a larger dining room and big bar...  Read More


Zinc


This upscale bistro and bar is perfect for a late night meal with a great glass of wine, champagne cocktail or even an Irish coffee. For eats, Zinc offers some of the finest dishes in San Antonio, including the Sloppy Lamb Sliders, Fried Shrimp...  Read More


Barbaro
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Barbaro isn't just any pizza joint, think of it more as a pizza speakeasy, a neighborhood bar that features craft beer and absolutely fantastic pizza, salads and desserts showcasing the finest ingredients in combinations you wouldn't come up...  Read More


Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery
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Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery is a restaurant and brewery located inside The Pearl's historic brewhouse and is the place to eat in San Antonio for a delicious, fine dining experience. Southerleigh serves up incredible East Texas home-style...  Read More




Mi Tierra is unique in that it never closes. Open 24/7, it offers a variety of menu options for all different times of the day. When you are looking for breakfast, this is one of the best places to go! Breakfast in San Antonio isn't breakfast...  Read More


Hot Joy
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Hot Joy started out as a pop-up restaurant on Monday nights when The Monterey was closed. Their Twice-Fried Chicken Wings made with crab fat caramel is now the stuff of legends and partly responsible for why they quickly gained a loyal...  Read More


MAX's Wine Dive - San Antonio
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Max's Wine Dive doesn't look very divey at all, in fact, they're an upscale joint but with a pretty humble attitude. Designed to be a chill and relaxed bar and restaurant, Max's blends a casual, industrial feel with a gourmet comfort food and...  Read More


Botika
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East meets west at this Peruvian restaurant that gleefully plays with Asian-South American fusions. The cuisine is properly referred to as Chifa Nikkei. In Peru, Chifa refers to Chinese-Peruvian cuisine and Nikkei to Japanese-Peruvian food. The...  Read More




If you're looking for something that looks like your best friend's living room, the warm, cozy atmosphere abounds at this coffeehouse, where you can relax on their expansive patio with friends from work or stake out one of Candlelight's comfy...  Read More


Dorrego's
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The Valencia Hotel's new restaurant, Dorrego's, proves that some hotel restaurants can shine. Although Latin flavors are not rare in San Antonio, Dorrego's showcases Argentinean fare, something you're not likely to run across in the Alamo City....  Read More


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