Some folks think San Antonio's riverwalk is overrated. Not true! This historic attraction, and many of the buildings that line its banks, have great stories to tell. It's quite picturesque, peppered with an array of shops, bars and restaurants. Now, it can be a challenge finding a restaurant that is as tasty as it is kitschy, but that's what we're here for!
For an over-the-top stunning restaurant with a floor-to-ceiling glass wall that opens up to the riverwalk and features a local celebrity chef (host of Homegrown Chef), there's nowhere else to go except Ocho, situated in the historic Hotel Havana. Even National Geographic recommends this gem. Feel like you're a world away in this Latin-themed restaurant featuring surprisingly affordable dishes. Do yourself a favor and make time to visit their speakeasy-esque bar. You can enjoy some nibbles there too!
For fine dining like the French do, right here in the Alamo City, take your sweetheart to the Fig Tree for delicious French classics served on fine china with fine wine on their villa-style terrace overlooking the riverwalk. Paris has nothing on this place!