For Those "I Gotta Have It!" Moments: Steak in San Antonio
If you are trying to find the best place to go for steaks, 10Best has you covered. We've searched the city, tried the steaks and chatted with the locals on their faves too! We're showcasing popular restaurants like Bohanan's Prime Steak & Seafood, and also featuring restaurants with great user reviews, like Ruth's Chris Steak House.
If you are looking for steaks with a romantic atmosphere or steaks in a casual setting with family, look no further than San Antonio's Chart House restaurant at the top of the Tower of Americas. A favorite chain restaurant like Longhorn Steakhouse is always a good choice when you need to go... Read more »
Local Expert Tip: "Dress nice but remember, it's warm in San Antonio so dress according to the heat as well!"
- Cuisine: American, Barbecue, New American, Seafood, Steakhouse
- Average Main Course Price: $40
- Neighborhood: Downtown
Local Expert Tip: "Bohanan's is located a short distance from the San Antonio River Walk so plan a stroll after dinner."
- Cuisine: Steakhouse
- Neighborhood: Airport
Local Expert Tip: "The restaurant offers both online and telephone reservation services."
Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to try the Oscar Medallions! "
Local Expert Tip: "You can also get a 'Chef's Appetizer Assortment' of seafood here. Ask the server for details."
Local Expert Tip: "Go all out with one of their Great Steak Additions such as the "Smothered Topping" which is homemade herbed butter smothered with sauteed mushrooms and caramelized onions. "
Local Expert Tip: "Morton's is also located within Rivercenter Mall on the River Walk so it can be good way to end a day of shopping."
Local Expert Tip: "Children under 5 eat free and ages 6-10 are half price."
Local Expert Tip: "Try a Blueberry Mojito for fun!"
- Cuisine: American, Barbecue, Eclectic, New American, Organic, Steakhouse
- Average Main Course Price: $20
- Neighborhood: Bulverde
Local Expert Tip: "Do yourself a favor and start your meal out right with Tejas' signature "Quail on a Wire," which consists of bacon-wrapped Texas quail breasts stuffed with smoked jalapenos and pepper jack cheese! For those who aren't familiar with the Akaushi beef served at Tejas, it's a heart-healthy Japanese Wagyu breed of cattle."
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