32 restaurants available nearby

Bob's Steak & Chop House - San Antonio1. Bob's Steak & Chop House - San Antonio0.24 mi
(1599 reviews)
Steakhouse | Northwest,

"Great service and food. My husband did order a 18oz. Ribeye and we are pretty certain he got a Strip instead. Too long and narrow shaped to be a Ribeye. He ate it so no biggie. I had Rack of Lamb with is always awesome."See more

BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse - The Rim2. BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse - The Rim0.25 mi
(11 reviews)
American | Medical Center,

"This restaurant is one of the better BJs. Consistently good service and good. Your host station needs work, but, am happy with everything else. Great food and drink options. Next time I’ll save room for dessert."See more

Maggiano's - San Antonio3. Maggiano's - San Antonio0.34 mi
(4401 reviews)
Italian | Northwest,

"From Jody, general manager, to Louis, our waiter and everyone who greeted us or helped in our dinner - it was, once again, amazing!!!"See more

Ruth's Chris Steak House - La Cantera4. Ruth's Chris Steak House - La Cantera0.37 mi
(493 reviews)
Steakhouse | La Cantera,

"Excellent as always! The new specials are worth a try. My only suggestion would be to expand/change the side items."See more

Sustenio - Eilan Hotel5. Sustenio - Eilan Hotel0.43 mi
(594 reviews)
Southwest | La Cantera,

"A very beautiful facility, especially for a nice romantic evening with your significant other. The atmosphere was very classy and relaxing at the same time. The food was not as up to par as I would expect from such an elegant place? I had the fish and it was adequate but not as flavorful as I was expecting? My honey had the filet and I felt I could have cooked a my more flavorful steak at home. The prices were reasonable but I couldn’t help but feel that I would have been willing to pay a little more to get a better quality meal. I will say that we had two bottles of some great Texas wine and the charcuterie board was fantastic. My honey and I agree that we will definitely be back for drinks and appetizers in the future!"See more

The General Public - San Antonio6. The General Public - San Antonio0.54 mi
(172 reviews)
Contemporary American | La Cantera,

"Great place to eat for any occasion. Have been for lunch and happy hour before but this was my first brunch. So many great looking options that I'll have to come back numerous times just to try them all. I had the Shaksuka this time. First time I've ever had this dish and it was delicious."See more

Stone Werks - The Rim7. Stone Werks - The Rim0.7 mi
(455 reviews)
American | Northwest,

"Great service, good food, and amazing cocktails! Fun place to eat!"See more

Piatti Restaurant - San Antonio, Eilan8. Piatti Restaurant - San Antonio, Eilan0.7 mi
(801 reviews)
Italian | La Cantera,

"We love piatti’s. This location is a little more busier and fast paced then the other but the food is always good."See more

Lion & Rose- The Rim9. Lion & Rose- The Rim0.72 mi
(12 reviews)
British | North San Antonio,

"Lion & Rose does NOT participate in Open Table but they are really nice and accommodating."See more

La Fonda at the Rim10. La Fonda at the Rim0.72 mi
(40 reviews)
Mexican | Northwest,

"Having seen mediocre reviews, we went preparing to rave, because, after all, this is the successor to La Fonda Oak Hills, where we dined for decades. We left with mixed feelings. On arrival, we had to hunt for the host (he was in the kitchen) to be seated. On advising the host that I had made reservations through Open Table, he immediately dissed Open Table and said they are getting rid of it because it is unreliable. I do not believe that is information that should be shared with customers, and had he worked for me, I would have fired him on the spot. There was a good crowd dining. It was apparent that they were short handed, and our waitperson admitted two had called in. Those remaining ran their tails off and I must compliment them for hard work. The menu was the same as the Oak Hills spot, though the food was not. It was good, and I take into account that I am relying on fond memory of Oak Hills. I think the chili was a bit thin, but over all, I give it pretty high marks. This is a big restaurant and will need good crowds to make it fly. I did speak with one of the management before leaving and he agreed that some effort was needed and that they were working on it. Bottom line is that we will return and recommend it, because it is a treasure for San Antonio if they can meet the standards of the previous owner."See more

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