Enjoy a Leisurely Lunch in the Alamo City

What's for lunch in San Antonio? We've made it easy for you and added a little something for every palate!

For upscale dining during the sunlight hours, it's hard to beat Rebelle (located in the St. Anthony Hotel), when it comes to beautifully-prepared dishes at affordable prices. What's more important, the ambiance of the hotel is worth a visit, whether you're hungry or not. 

Other upscale dining options include Il Sogno at the Pearl to get your Italian fix and Alberico Fine Wine in Olmos Park, which always provides a lovely, chef-crafted meal and often creative dishes you won't find anywhere else. 

If you've come with an appetite, then don't hesitate! Head straight to Dignowity Meats for the best KC-style barbecue in town. This outdoor eatery is just a great place to kick back with a brew and get your hands and face covered in sauce!

For a scrumptious salad or a decadent dessert, you won't regret going to Bakery Lorraine. Their house-baked breads and pastries are why they have a line almost out the door every weekend. 





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