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Winter Restaurant Weeks returns to San Antonio

We’re dishing out everything you need to know about this bi-annual foodie fest.

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3, 2, 1, eatRestaurant Weeks are coming in hot to the Countdown City, bringing new menu offerings for a limited time to nearly 50+ eateries across San Antonio. The bi-annual foodie extravaganza, hosted by Culinaria, kicks off on Monday, Jan. 15 and runs through Saturday, Jan. 27.

Proceeds from Restaurant Weeks + other annual events go back to supporting Culinaria’s mission and 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 and $30
  • Dinner menus are $35, $45, or $55
  • To-go options are available at many of the participating restaurants.

While there are over 50 restaurants participating this year, there are a couple in particular that the SATXtoday team is especially excited to try. They are:
Grille 254, 16641 La Cantera Pkwy. | Offering $30 lunch.

Graze Craze, 16111 San Pedro Ave. | Charcuterie boards starting at $29.

Four Brothers, 112 College Street | Offering $30 lunch and $55 dinner.

City Editor Nicholas is especially looking forward to trying the Lone Graze from Graze Craze. Check out the full list of restaurants and menu offerings online.

Bon appétit, San Antonio.

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