San Antonio's Sushi and Seafood Restaurants Offer the Best Catch!

San Antonio is typically not the city you think of when it comes to great seafood. Sure, you're more likely to find some fantastic tacos and other Mexican food here. Still, San Antonio should not be overlook or underestimated. This is a city on the rise in many, many ways!

Local sushi restaurants have outdone themselves when it comes to superior seafood. One of the newest restaurants, Sukeban is a sleek, modern sushi bar and restaurant that's owned by some seasoned restaurateurs. In the hub of Southtown known as Blue Star Arts Complex, Sukeban is serving up some beautiful and tantalizing seafood. 

Bohanan's Prime Steak & Seafood is the "it" place to go if you're trying to impress someone, whether it be a date or a client. This fine dining restaurant, located downtown, is elegant (expect to hear live jazz) and has a menu featuring a wide variety of classics, from oysters to lobster. 

For something with a little Southern style, check out Southerleigh at the Pearl Brewery and let this southern breeze blow you into blissful reverie with shrimp boils, Gulf crab-spiked mac-n-cheese and fried snapper throats!

Piranha Killer Sushi Restaurant
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Piranha Killer Sushi is a trendy Americanized Japanese restaurant with a bit of a twist. There is no confusion in this fusion! Whether for a business lunch or date night, Piranha's nouveau Japanese atmosphere and expansive menu, including a...  Read More

Azuca Nuevo Latino Restaurant & Bar
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Azuca Nuevo Latino is not just a restaurant and bar, but an experience. It's a local's favorite for their happy-hour mojitos and caipirinhas. Located just south of downtown in San Antonio's arts district, Azuca offers fantastic drinks you can't...  Read More

Pappadeaux's Seafood Kitchen

For all things seafood pared with a Creole flair, head to Pappadeux's. From the warm waters of the Gulf to the icy currents of the Alaskan coast, from the mighty Atlantic to the blue Pacific, they'll go to any depths to bring you the finest...  Read More

King William District

Typically, San Antonio is as far away from European as you can get. That is until you walk into this quaint little bistro in the heart of the Southtown arts district. With its warm, inviting dĂ©cor, wide array of wine selections and...  Read More

Godai Sushi Bar & Japanese Restaurant
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This Texas-style sushi bar is packed nightly with regulars who crave Chef Goro's inventive creations. Come early to snag a seat at the sushi bar so you can observe the master at work, preparing delights like the Louisiana Roll (featuring...  Read More

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Shuck Shack
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The Shuck Shack features fresh oysters on the half-shell from all three coasts in a casual family friendly atmosphere. Located just a few blocks from The Pearl in Government Hill, you'll enjoy signature Clam Chowda ala minute, Lobster Rolls, and...  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

A graceful, mirrored dining room provides an elegant accompaniment to Bohanan's top-notch steaks and seafood. Noted for serving Akaushi beef, three grades above Prime, and dramatic flaming desserts, the restaurant has a loyal contingent of...  Read More

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Sushi meets Japanese pop art in this new Southtown restaurant, Sukeban, located at the Blue Star Arts Complex. Seasoned restaurateurs of Mon Thai in Alamo Heights have brought some funky charm and fresh, delicious sushi offerings to the...  Read More


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