From Fillets to Tomahawks San Antonio Knows How to Satisfy Your Appetite

Never fear! One thing you won't find a shortage of is great steaks in San Antonio! With local and regional ranches often providing the freshest, premium meats, restaurants are proudly serving up some of the finest steaks you'll ever eat!

Boiler House, located at the Pearl Brewery, is a popular choice for a juicy, no holds barred steaks. The 32 oz. Tomahawk Ribeye is a cut served for two. They also offer a Prime NY Strip, Barrel-Cut Filet Mignon, Bone-In Tenderloin, Prime Center-Cut Ribeye and numerous other options for non-meat eaters. Go crazy by adding cambazola cheese, oyster bacon saute, foie gras or grilled shrimp.

For a little taste of Hollywood right here in the Alamo City, enjoy a steak night out at Werner's Prime Steaks and Seafood. With Chef Nedra Harris of Hell's Kitchen at the helm you can be guaranteed to enjoy a steak you'll be talking about for years. Their steaks, which include a Prime Plus Porterhouse, Ribeye Filet Mignon, Osso Buco and more, are made even better with Harris's signature sauces: bleu cheese butter, honey roemary, mushroom demi, peppercorn, cajun herb butter and spicy chimichurri. 

For alternatives to the traditional steak options, check out some of the local Brazilian steakhouses, such as the beautiful Texas de Brazil, located downtown, or the extremely authentic Galpao Gaucho on the northside. 

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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar

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Werner's Prime Steaks & Seafood
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Texas de Brazil
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Texas de Brazil opened in San Antonio in 2010 and hasn't stopped serving delicious, succulent Brazilian meats and traditional favorites ever since. While there is more than one Brazilian-American Churrascaria (steakhouse) in San Antonio, Texas...  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

Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden is a true Texas original. Situated in the historic Pearl Brewery complex on the San Antonio River Walk, this wine-centric restaurant occupies the former "boiler house" which powered the adjacent...  Read More

Who doesn't love a Brazilian steakhouse, but what if you could have all the things you love about it minus the fancy prices? What if there was a place where you could truly relax and savor the Picanha and other deliciously seasoned skewered...  Read More


Meet Kimberly Suta

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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