A Romanesco With a Waterfront View in San Antonio

If you're looking for views and access to San Antonio's picturesque riverwalk, there's no need to look further than these fantastic restaurants!

For superb steaks with a view, Little Rhein Steak House is a premium choice with premium cuts. They also serve seafood and fine wine, all in a quaint, romantic setting with optional patio dining. 

For a feast like none other on the riverwalk, Fogo de Chao can satisfy just about any appetite with their Brazilian delicacies. Just be sure to go with a serious appetite, as it's all-you-can-eat in an upscale atmosphere. 

For something besides a riverwalk view, head to The Gristmill in Gruene, which was originally an old cotton gin built in 1878, that overlooks the lovely and lazy Guadalupe River. This historic restaurant is worth the little jaunt outside of town. The food is simply Texas, with options like catfish and chicken fried steak, but then again, isn't that why you're here? 

The Gristmill was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975 as a part of the Gruene Historic District. Overlooking the Guadalupe River, this former cotton gin has been providing a romantic and relaxing atmosphere for over 30...  Read More

Boudro's Texas Bistro is the ideal spot for intimate lunches or dinners as well as large parties and convention groups. They can accommodate you inside or on one of their special river barges, catered exactly to your taste. The Chef offers...  Read More

Fig Tree

For fine dining in the heart of La Villita where you'll find an array of cute shops and boutiques, try the Fig Tree. This classy yet quaint little restaurant offers exceptional food, servers dressed iin suits, tableside bottle service, a lovely...  Read More

Biga on the Banks
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Biga on the Banks has earned a stellar reputation. Request table 31 when you make a reservation at Biga on the Banks, and you'll end up with the best view in the house. You won't be gazing at the river, but you will have an eye on chef Bruce...  Read More

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Hotel Emma showcases its culinary prowess in multiple ways, but it's on-site restaurant, Supper; located along the northern extension of the San Antonio river walk, is their best representation of what good food is all about. This farm-to-table...  Read More

Gwendolyn, located downtown along the Riverwalk, is a fine-dining American restaurant that, like the Grandmother it's named for, inspires deep love and devotion. A cozy, romantic venue, Gwendolyn is an ideal place for a first date, anniversary...  Read More

The Luxury
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This fairly recent addition to San Antonio eateries is just one example of why San Antonio is a supreme vacation destination. The Luxury is Chef Andrew Weissman's (one of San Antonio's finest) newest restaurants. Located across the river from...  Read More

Bella on the River
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Owner, David Snyder, has combined his love and experience abroad with the genius of Executive Chef, Sean Fletcher, to create fresh authentic Southern European and Mediterranean dishes that are to-die-for! From the paella, with its fragrant...  Read More

The story of Fogo de Chao began in the mountainous countryside of Rio Grande do Sul in Southern Brazil, where its founders were born. Dining is a little different in a churrascaria but don't worry! The servers explain how everything works. You...  Read More

San Antonio's first two-story structure now comfortably accommodates this charming steakhouse, which proffers some of the city's best filet mignon. Memorabilia collected by the steakhouse's original owner lines the interior (Chicago's old...  Read More


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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