Don't Skimp on Flavor or Fitness at these San Antonio Restaurants



San Antonio's culinary scene is slowly evolving to include foods that are healthful, locally-sourced and not, thank goodness, deep fried. For those looking for some healthful options from upscale dining to casual cafes, read on!

5 Points Local is a great go-to for any meal at any time of the day and is especially geared towards folks who care about the quality of their food. With a relaxed, cool ambiance, yoga upstairs and great, healthy choices (not to mention some naughty ones), this place is hard to pass up. 

Cafe Dijon is another casual option, located in Alamo Heights. The dishes are super tasty and made with locally-sourced ingredients. Healthy breakfast choices, salads and more are on offer here. 

It doesn't get any better than Supper, Cured or Alberico, when it comes to fine dining restaurants that create scrumptious, healthful dishes that leave you feeling satisfied, and wondering why you ever ate anywhere else! 

 

 

 

 


Cured
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Cured is one of the newest restaurants to grace the historic Pearl Brewery and it clearly belongs in such fine company. Chef Steve McHugh brings charcuterie, salumi and other hand-made, farm-to-table dishes to the carefully restored...  Read More




For a relaxed atmosphere with great gluten-free food, including burgers, and great entertainment, The Cove has become one of the most popular places in town to grab a drink and a meal. This one-of-a-kind restaurant, beer garden, live music venue...  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




Green Vegetarian Cuisine and Coffee is an excellent option for great food that's healthy and gluten-free. Green is San Antonio's only 100% vegan and kosher restaurant. If you're in the mood for a great meal and a scrumptious gluten-free cupcake...  Read More


Feast
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What's wonderful about Feast is their original perspective on food, not to mention their amazing execution of said perspective. They have divided their dishes into six categories, those being Oceanic, Heat, Chilled, Grilled, Crispy, Hearty....  Read More


Pharm Table Cafe
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Conveniently located across from the Tobin Center, this unique cafe's slogan is "eat to live." Pharm Table's mission is to offer nourishing yet delicious foods to the community because they understand how food impacts not only the body but the...  Read More


Cafe Dijon
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Somehow Cafe Dijon manages to stay surprisingly affordable while at the same time serving up fresh and flavorful cafe food made with locally-sourced ingredients. This classy little restaurant and bakery has some yummy offerings for breakfast,...  Read More


5 Points Local
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Owner of the popular and long-standing, The Cove, has opened up a new restaurant called 5 Points Local that nourishes the mind, body and spirit with local clean food and yoga toi boot! What's even better is the entire menu is gluten-free, so you...  Read More


Supper
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Hotel Emma showcases its culinary prowess in multiple ways, but it's on-site restaurant, Supper; located along the northern extension of the San Antonio river walk, is their best representation of what good food is all about. This farm-to-table...  Read More


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Kimberly A. Suta is a professional freelance writer, filmmaker and entrepreneur with a background in marketing, advertising and social media. Her first business, Midnight Sun Innovations,...  More About Kimberly

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