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About Dorrego's @ Hotel Valencia Riverwalk
The new restaurant, Dorrego’s, is named for the famed Plaza Dorrego, a public square located in the historic San Telmo neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Plaza Dorrego is filled with cafes, bars and pubs, and is a popular gathering place for locals and visitors alike.
Hotel Valencia Riverwalk’s Executive Chef, Anthony Mesa draws his inspiration from the rich culinary heritage of Argentina. An extensive wine list will be a focal point for diners. The restaurant’s décor reflects the Spanish Colonial design and architectural heritage of Argentina, with a touch of Parisian bistro panache. Dorrego’s also features a new restaurant bar, and the welcoming space is ideal for gathering and lingering.
Dorrego’s appealing terrace features additional seating topped with comfortable Spanish/Mediterranean-style cushions. The terrace features numerous planter pots, which blend the space into its tranquil River Walk setting.
San Antonio, TX 78205
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Sunday
Lunch 11am - 2pm
Dinner 5pm - 10pm
North Saint Marys
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Valet Parking is complimentary if dining in Dorrego's or hanging out in Naranja.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We have the capacity to do "buy outs" and parties ranging from 12 people to 25 people. Please call for availability and pricing.
Dorrego's @ Hotel Valencia Riverwalk Ratings and Reviews
The food was okay but not worth the cost. Wine was very over priced. For what we paid for dinner for 4, I expect much better food and service than we experienced. We won't go back and I won't recommend this restaurant to others.
My friend and I tried Dorrego's before seeing a musical at the Majestic Theater, just a half-block away. Overall, the food was inventive and pretty good, but not memorable. The Branzino was a whole fish with delicious seasoning sliced in half (with very few bones) that was easily enough for two. The hearts of palm salad, asparagus, and baked potato side dishes were fairly pedestrian, but the grilled street corn was fabulous. When we had questions about wine choices, our waiter very graciously brought out samples for us to try. The decor is tasteful and the atmosphere was thankfully on the quiet side, which is great for conversation. It was a bit too warm to dine outside, but the outdoor patio looked divine.
Enjoyed the restaurant very much. We dined on the patio which was pleasant and had pretty views. The food was delicious. The prawns were nicely done and tasty. The short rib ravioli is interesting and heavy and delicious all at the same time. We didn't care for the potato sides. It would have been nice to have a few more side options that were not so starchy. The waiter was polite - seemed new and nervous- and not as outgoing as we'd have liked. Overall I would recommend. I will be going back again.
The staff were very professional and attentive. We took advantage of the $35 restaurant week menu. We ordered two drinks Nostalgia (whiskey cocktail ) and My wife had the mango habanero gin cocktail both were excellent. The salad was very good, my had Shrimp and Grits and I had wyhgu steak kabob. The dessert for me rice pudding brûlée and My wife house made sorbet. All of the courses were superb. This was our first time and will not be our last. It was a delightful experience.
Beautiful restaurant inside and on the patio. Too far above the river to receive decent breeze in summer. Pidgeons are brazen and annoying. Menu is limited. I had the short rib ravioli. It was decent but on the bland side...way too much sauce. Food is beautifully presented and wait staff is stellar.
Had a great anniversary dinner with our 8 year old in tow. Food was delicious and we had great service up until someone forgot to put in the desert order. Thankfully we were staying at the hotel so I could take our restless kid back while my husband waited 30 minutes for the desert. It was yummy too, but very small portions for that long of a wait.
Honestly, one of the worst dining experiences I've ever had. I believe we might have been Michael's first table he's ever waited on. He didn't have any knowledge of the menu. I expected to be wowed and you guys missed the mark.
I ordered the ravioli dish and it appeared to be smothered in a watery tomato sauce to cover the fact that they were not holding together. Thumbs down on appearance, concept, and most of all flavor. The potato wedges were bulky and way over cooked.
The fried chicken breast was tasty. As was the grilled chicken salad.
For what you are trying to accomplish, you need a trained wait staff because we knew exactly what we were getting as soon as he stepped to the table. He was a polite kid who was in over his head!
The new decor and remodel is beautiful. Great job overall with the space. It seems like they may still be working on service. There were two waiters for 6 tables, so not overly busy, but our waiter seemed frazzled and forgetful. He did not check on the meal, did not refill waters and forgot to bring condiments when asked. We had the grilled meat platter, which was average, nothing that would bring me back. Perhaps some of the other menu items would have been better. In summary, I miss Citrus.
Always a great experience at Citrus, but unfortunately, we arrived on the evening of the river parade and lighting. Valet parking was not validated, which while only $7, was quite annoying when one considers the difficulty of even getting to the restaurant on that evening. If you can manage to valet on most other evenings, Citrus is a great venue.
Wanted to sit outside as it is highlighted as a fantastic river walk restaurant. Outside was closed for a private event...no signs, no mentions till we had invested money to take a uber there. Perfect....seating is not private, in any way. Almost on top of other guests. Compare to seating at a buffet. Open and super close. Good looked and sounded amazing. Wine was marked up 400-500%. Frogs Prince Cab $13 a glass. Yea right.
The entrees were delicious but the salads left a lot to be desired. We were celebrating a special birthday at the restaurant and were seated in a separate room. The solo room was great, except the speaker didn't work so at times, it was painfully quiet. Also, knowing our occasion and for the high bill we paid, we sure didn't feel special....not so much as a slice of cake with a candle for the birthday boy. Again, main courses were awesome but the rest of the experience left us underwhelmed.
This restaurant used to be one to rave about back in it's beginning days, although the nostalgia was the only thing I was feeling this evening. The restaurant was dead at 8:30 on a Friday night. The lobster flautas were good but tiny. The eggplant, kale dish was palatable but because I cant eat pasta we missed out on the kale part. There were a group of miltary guys sitting next to us, with a case of beer ,their own food spread out and then started dancing around their table as they blared music from one of their phones. It was disturbing as they were obviously not guests of Citrus. Also I am not Thomas McDermott. Not sure how my account got mixed up with his.
I have been to Citrus' restaurant week before and had a good experience, but this time was disappointing. The service was good, but over half of the items ordered from the pre fixe menu were poorly executed. The duck was overcooked on both orders, the citrus salad was nothing special, and the desserts were dense and dry. I would be hesitant to return.
I friend and I went for their special restaurant week menu. The appetizers were good, but the entree and desserts were sub-par. One ordered the duck and the other miso halibut. The duck's skin was far from crispy and the rice had no flavor; the halibut was a bit of a burn on the sear and everything was incredibly salty--not just miso salty. Lastly the dessert tasted like it had been sitting all day. I'm glad it was the special menu price, otherwise we would have sent everything back to the kitchen.
Food was amazing once we got our order taken. We waited for over 30 minutes to have our order taken once I finally got up and asked someone to help me. Our waiter, I forget his name since I rarely saw him must have thought we were invisible. Despite the rocky start the food was amazing!
We had yet another wonderful evening at Citrus. The quality and service level is high, and the noise level is low. Great decor, valet parking, and overall beautiful surroundings from the moment one walks in from busy Houston Street. The entire menu is great, but the $16 gourmet burger and fries is worth every penny. Amazing! I cannot recommend this restaurant highly enough.
Food was good, however would expect more from the dining experience from an expensive restaurant. When we arrived, there were only 3 tables seated, yet the hostess tried to seat us right next to another table (which are close together). She then looked out off when I asked for another table. My husband ordered a beer which was served without a glass. Our waitress was otherwise good although when we were ready to leave, we could not fine her to take the check and another waiter helped us.
Citrus always has a special menu reflecting what is playing at the Makestic. Two of my party tried it and were very happy with their choice, one had duck and the other fish. I had mussels and Brussels sprouts, both delicious. It was raining very hard when we left to go to the Majestic and the valet gentlemen were kind enough to walk us over to the theater otherwise we would have missed a good part of the show because it was raining so hard.
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