San Antonio Offers Yummy Take-Out from Sushi to Barbecue

San Antonio's restaurant offerings continue to grow and expand, which also means fantastic take-out options on those nights you need to grab something and go, whether it's for a quick working meal or a fun picnic excursion along the river walk. 

If you're visiting Southtown, you'll be pleased to find some fresh and fun sushi at Sukeban, located at Blue Star. This new restaurant offers a great selection of all your favorites as well as some new interpretations. While you should stay for a few cocktails, this is a great place to to get dinner to-go. You can can eat it along the river or rent a bike at Blue Star and save it for later!

If you're craving something a little meatier, then head to Dignowity Meats for some to-die-for pork ribs and savory KC-style brisket, along with some creative sides. This outdoor eatery is a great place to stay and play a few games while sipping some local craft brews, but if you gotta go... you might as well go with barbecue!

If you'd rather eat something fresh, made with locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients, check out O'liva, whose focus is on healthy and delicious. If you're downtown, you don't even have to leave the hotel - they can have Bike Waiter deliver! 

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