Culinaria’s Restaurant Weeks returns to San Antonio

Explore the city’s unique culinary scene with special deals.

SATXtoday: colette at the phipps

Swing by the newest rooftop restaurant, Colette at the Phipps, and tryout their three-course dinner during Restaurant Weeks.

Photo by Colette at the Phipps

Guess who’s back?Get ready to feast locally, San Antonio. Restaurant Weeks is back starting Saturday, August 12 and running through Saturday, August 26. Every year, CULINARIA puts on the biannual experience as a way to promote the Alamo City as a premier foodie destination. It also helps that we’re a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy.

Proceeds from Restaurant Weeks + other annual events go back to supporting its mission and culinary education programs in our community. Here’s how Restaurant Weeks works:

  • Participating eateries offer three-course prix fixe menus.
  • Brunch menus are $25
  • Lunch menus range between $20-$30
  • Dinner menus are either $35, $45 or $55
  • To-go options are available at many of the participating restaurants.
SATXtoday: go fish wine bar

Swing by this local wine bar near the Historic Pearl for dinner during Restaurant Weeks.

While there are over 100 restaurants participating this year, there are a couple in particular that the SATXtoday team is especially excited to try. Here are a couple of them:

Arrosta, 1803 Broadway St., Suite 101 | Offering $20 lunch, $35 dinner

Godia Sushi Bar, 11203 West Ave. | Offering $30 lunch, $45 dinner

Colette at the Phipps, 102 9th St., Floor 4 | Offering $55 dinner

Dough Pizzeria, Multiple locations | Offering $20 lunch, $35 dinner

SATXtoday: arrosta

Head over to this comfort Italian food restaurant, Arrosta, for lunch or dinner during Restaurant Weeks.

Photo by Erin Winch, Eat It Up Marketing

Frederick’s Restaurant, 7701 Broadway, Suite 20 | Offering $55 dinner

Go Fish Wine Bar, 125 W Grayson St. | Offering $35 dinner

Outlaw Kitchens, 2919 N. Flores St. | Offering $45 dinner

Postino, 1803 Broadway, Suite 101 | Offering $25 brunch, $30 lunch, and $35 dinner

It’s encouraged to make a reservation to guarantee a table. Happy Eating, San Antonio.

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