Meadow Neighborhood Eatery + Bar
Opened September 2018, Meadow provides North Central San Antonio with a friendly, fun, warm and relaxing environment to enjoy dinner or brunch with family and friends.
We work closely with local farmers and ranchers to provide our guests with a truly Seasonal Texas Southern dining experience.
Happy Hour at Meadow!
Join Us for $5 glasses of wine, cocktails and martinis from $5 to $8. With specials on beers and snacks! Enjoy happy hour in the bar and lounge, our wonderful patio with a fireplace or in our dining room! Tuesday through Friday from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: November 27, 2018
Ends: November 28, 2117
Availability: Tue-Fri 5:00PM-7:00PM
We’re regular brunchers here and our only complaint in the past has been slow service. Enter Nick, a pleasant young man who made sure we received everything we wanted in a timely fashion even as he juggled larger and slower ordering tables. Looking forward to sitting in his section again.
A word to one of the reasons we enjoy brunch here so much. My partner is strictly a meat and eggs kind of guy and Meadow’s are good. I like something a little different when I go out. So, an order of house smoked Spanish mackerel with a French 75 is heaven to me. BTW drink is not on the brunch menu but their bartender makes a good one.
Amazing food, great service and local ownership - will definitely return soon!!
We sat outside on a lovely evening and it was great! Food was very good for all of us and the staff was very personable. The manager was engaging and took good care of us-I think this place should be well!
We loved all of the food, and the service was second to none! They made it feel like we were just old friends stopping in. The food was unique and yet delightful. I particularly loved the beets and the cabbage pancake. I would highly recommend this place to anyone!
The cocktails were great. The food was delicious. The place was quiet.
Both had Going to the Coast menu (8th-16th of March). Salad was good as were the fritters. Black grouper w/ dirty rice -awesome. Had one of each desert -delicious. Sat outside. Great simple and delicous meal.
Food is covered in sauces that is overkill. space is very cold. No plants nothing warm about it
Brie was a def loser. Fish was almost inedible due to oversalting.
. Cabbage pancakes and fried chicken were hits at ourtable
Would take a lot for me to try again
Good food. Went for Sunday Brunch.
Had the pork loin on toast with poached eggs, arugula and béarnaise sauce. Eggs were poached perfectly and the sauce was heavenly. Friend had strawberry shortcake stack, which she said was really good, though a bit too sweet.
Waiter kind of gave us a disapproving/condescending look when we asked for an additional cream for our coffees and to correct a mixed drink that wasn't prepared properly. Back in the day, I used to bartend, so I KNOW how drinks should be prepared! Sorry guy, it's not your job to JUDGE your guests, only to provide good customer service!
Still left him 20% because I used to be in the industry. Someone else may not have been as kind.
Exellent! Service seemed a little confused, but for a new spot that's a minimal observation!
Gem of a place. Drinks were excellent. 6 people at our table, 2 kids. A little something for everyone. I had a burger that was awesome! We really liked the appetizers (need tartare and creamed corn fritters) and the kids loved the cheese pizza they served up. Will definitely be back. Next time will spend some time at the bar, looked like a nice crowd.
Our go to brunch spot on the weekend. Loved my salmon toast with dill cream.
This was our second trip to Meadow and it’s our favorite new spot! The jalapeño pimento cheese with corn fritters (ask for this) was delightful! I had the cabbage patty with a fried egg and pork belly. It sounds like an interesting combination, but it’s amazing. My husband had the fried chicken and greens. Although a bit spicy, this south Texan didn’t mind! I haven’t loved the desserts on both visits (buttermilk type pie and vanilla ice cream?) but that won’t stop us from returning!
We were met with cooking smells entering restaurant as if their vent fans did not work. The sparse decor was not inviting and did not think the little glass vase of dried black eyed peas was decorative. Our waiter needed more training and seemed confused with simple questions about menu. Management sent an appetizer of cornbread, honey lard?? & pimento cheese which was overcooked & dry, the lard tasted disgusting & pimento cheese very good.
The burger meat did not taste like beef. It was cooked properly and was just okay. Excuse of not serving tomatoes with lettuce, onion and pickles because not in season was ridiculous. The fried chicken dish was delivered with three wings and a little tender! Why?? Because the cook could not identify pieces? The Owner corrected that and sent over another server when I complained about my bread & butter plate being picked up twice for no reason.
Not a total loss, as the fried chicken and french fries were good.
Food and service was great. Ask for Nick, he really knows the menu! Menu is diverse and full of vegetables!!!! The pickles were amazing. Can’t wait to go back!
First time visiting and will be back! Loved the pork belly biscuit and cream corn fritters - snacks. The gulf swordfish was my favorite! Enjoyable and pleasing dinner. Super friendly staff.
It’s very hard to make excellent food for a holiday service, but we tried Meadow for the first time on Valentine’s Day and they absolutely nailed it on a four course dinner with wine pairing. Wait staff was great too. Definitely will be going back!
Menu was creative and adventurous. Excellent flavor combinations.
I’m not a fan of kale and found the menu to be kale heavy, but that’s just me.
Everything was good, except the MahMahi was overcooked.
On our fourth visit we found an unexpected surprise at Brunch. We had hesitated to return to Meadow after giving up CARBS. We missed it so resigned ourselves to the prospect of eggs, bacon and sausage only. Fortunately our waitress recommended substituting grilled cabbage for potatoes and our new favorite KETO breakfast was born. Hill country breakfast combines Brisket, eggs fried in beef fat, and now cabbage for a low carb treat. I won’t be surprised if it is added to the menu someday but until then we will sharing our new discovery with the low carb community.
The cocktails and food are superb. Excellent service too!
Has become our favorite new restaurant!!
Not that impressed with quality/taste of food. Won't consider returning
Nick was an outstanding server, will trained, attentive and knowledgeable on the menu and the drinks. Perfect suggestions all night. The food was unique, delicious, and beautifully presented. I chose the pork tenderloin, and the wife choose the Mahi, (which was likely frozen as it was a little tough) but still delicious. Also great coffee after dinner. Highly recommend!
Welcoming decor, good food with a variety of choices, coupled with good service makes this a perfect neighborhood restaurant.
Came across this place by searching for a Brunch restaurant online. It's tucked away in an off the beaten path location, but it is definitely worth making the trip. Trendy new place, with appropriately priced food . Everyone in our group of 4 ordered something different and we were all raving about our selected dishes. Service was prompt and attentive. Will definitely be visiting again for lunch or dinner in the near future.
Great location and well put together interior.
Wasn't blown away by the food or the service (the old fashioned I ordered did seem a little watered down, too much ice I think) but I could see the potential in the menu and the concept. The deserts my girlfriend and I had were excellent.
Overall, Meadow makes my very competitive list of places I would go out of my way to eat at again. The brunch menu has caught my eye for my next visit.
Room for improvement but overall a very pleasant experience.
Really enjoyed our meal. Everything we had was very good. Would definitely go back.
Meadows is a popular new restaurant in the old Bin 555. The food is above average and reasonably priced. Wine and beer prices are reasonable. Of course the trendy mixed drinks are pricey. Happy Hour is a deal with drinks and appetizers mainly $5. Service on a busy night was stretched but adequate.
Super casual spot. Probably a great place for grabbing a quick meal and drinks. Staff is very friendly. This was our first visit here for Restaurant Week. Fried chicken was very tasty. My husband’s strip steak was good as well. The restaurant was super busy and because of that, pretty noisy and feels sort of like a hip diner.
The food was very good and the server was great. The only complaint we had was we ordered the steak medium rare, and it came out cooked medium well. The flavor was good, but just cooked a little more than we like.
Amazing food and service from everyone!! The resturant ambiance and professional staff was wonderful, I will recommend to my friends.
We had heard about the amazing fried chicken here and decided to go during restaurant week to try it. It was delicious! It took a while for our entree to come out but we didn’t mind. Everything was wonderful and we will be back.
Went during restaurant week, difficult to find at the back of artisans alley. Cavernous room with weirdo lighting. Oddball waiter. Portions of food cold on the plate while other parts were warm. Each of us served our courses at different times. Pricey for a weeknight meal, and portion size is unequal through the course (two small bits of fish on one plate did not approach size of pork entree).
Not sure this place is ready for prime time!
Quiet setting. Lovely ambiance. My mother & I ate here (our 1st time) during restaurant week. I brought my 4 year old niece and wasn't sure what she would be able to eat b/c the online menu didn't show much that she would like. Our server was fantastic and the kitchen also went above & beyond to prepare things my niece would enjoy. They made her a lemonade, a grilled cheese sandwich (which she gave a literal thumbs up to), and a lovely plate of strawberries, tangerines, and oranges for dessert. I was so grateful for all their effort! The creamed corn fritters were tasty.
I love this place!!!! The concept of the food is interesting, intriguing, but absolutely delicious!!!! I loved the twist on poutine and the breakfast pizza was the best!!The service was A1 and the ambience was great for a large group or intimate date. Although I did not need it, I noticed that they did not have salt & pepper on the table. I definitely plan to go back soon.
The food is awesome. The pizzas have been excellent. The cabbage pancake is very good. The fried chicken is outstanding. Salads are very fresh and creative. The cocktails are creative and very (dangerously!) good. The service is average to good. The restaurant can get very loud making it difficult to have a conversation.
Great service and food
Food was only average for the price, will not be going back.
Overall we liked Meadow, but did feel there are opportunities to improve. Service was not always attentive and the appetizer (corn fritters) came out cool in the center. We shared that with our server and appetizers were replaced with hot ones. We had the restaurant week menu and I upgraded my main to the steak and asked for Medium. When I bit in I was surprised to, again, not find the steak warm throughout. The temperature was cooked to pink throughout, yet the center was cold. We will give Meadow another try in a month or two when weather will be appropriate to enjoying their outdoor deck and see of some of these opportunities have been improved upon.