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.
Texas Beer Dinner
Join Us Thursday 10/17/19 For Our Texas Beer Dinner Chef PJ Edwards Selected some of His Favorite Texas Beers and Created a Seasonal Menu to get You Ready for Fall. Beginning with a Reception at 6:30 to Get Your Taste buds ready Followed by a Four Course Dinner at 7:00 $45 per person++
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: October 4, 2019
Ends: October 19, 2019
Availability: Thu 6:30PM-6:45PM
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
Restaurant did not have enough servers so service was poor despite the best intentions of our waiter. All the food was overcooked and dry.
I wish the food was half as good as the photos on the website.
What a disappointing experience.
the waiter was excellent the scallop dish outstanding the burgers on the happy hour food list are good but I would not pay the regular price for these burgers; they are too small to pay full price. the restaurant has a nice decor.
Excellent service, unique and tasty appetizer selection,
When we dine at Meadow we always have great food and fun! Chris has been our server for the past couple of times we have dined at Meadow...and he is great! He knows the food and wine and makes wonderful recommendations.
Had brunch. All5 dishes ordered at table were delicious!
I'm hoping our experience was a one-off event. This was our first time to Meadow and it came highly recommended. The ambience is great. Appetizers were excellent and wine list was interesting. Bar service was extremely slow (bar tender had clearly been told to measure every pour to the microgram, which slowed him down as the crowd size grew). We then waited a very long time for our main course and my wife and I were served a lukewarm steak. The seasoning was nice and I'm sure if the steak had been served at a proper temp, it wold have been outstanding. The real low point came when it was time to pay the bill. Despite having told our waiter that we were three couples and needed the bill split accordingly, what ensured was about 20 mins of calculations and recalculations that never actually got the proper drinks/foods billed to the right couple. We finally just told him to split it three ways, even though my bill should have been considerably higher with the bottle of wine we ordered. My pending CC charges show that he still processed the wrong amount. Not the kinds of problems I'd associate with a restaurant that's been around for a year now. I'm wiling to give them a second try (but won't be ordering steak; the halibut looked great).
The food was good. I ordered the Cantaloupe salad and cabbage pancake w/ pork belly & my boyfriend ordered the fried chicken. All great options. As for my feedback on experience - I wouldn't suggest sitting at the bar. The bar was small, full and not an interesting seating location. Also the ambiance was not what we were looking for. The bright LED lights in the chandeliers don't make for a night time / date night/ anniversary ambiance.
Love this restaurant, only issue is LED White lighting in main dining area.
Food was amazing- the scallops and grits were SO GOOD.
Service was all around great.
The ambience outside was perfect but TERRIBLE indoors. The lighting indoors needs to be addressed.
I’ll only go back if I get an outdoor table.
Good value but still with good ambiance. Can be noisy during happy hours due to lots of hard surfaces. Share plates are a great way to try different things and are big enough to be satisfying. Try the hummus, especially if you like garlic, and the tacos. Nice selection of wine and mixed drinks. We've been 4 times over the past two months and have not been disappointed.
Fantastic! We will be back for HH, dinner, brunch. It was such a delicious brunch!
Our server, Ashley, was awesome as always but the restaurant was having some issues getting folks seated when we arrived. So, bit of a wait even with reservations. All was great once we were seated. Hope it didn’t put anyone off a return visit.
Patrick is a wonderful waiter!
The halibut over okra & squash casserole was delicious. Ended with french press coffee and sweet corn creme brûlée.
Delicious, will definitely be back.
Loved the scallops with grits and the shrimp appetizer. The waiter was very attentive. Hope many more people will try this restaurant.
Great place, FANTASTIC food, our waiter was extremely awkward and made things kind of uncomfortable. Food was inventive and delicious. I could eat the cabbage pancake every day.
Tried the scallops special. Yum!
The food was quite tasty (other than the pizza which we had removed from our bill after the person that ordered it tried to down a slice of it). The service was mediocre. Our service kept our drinks full, but we also got a vibe from him like we were a burden by being there.
A new restaurant for us. The food was good, service friendly, and decor interesting. We arrived at 7pm on a Friday yet two bottled beers listed on the menu were completely out. We sat in a smallish dining area inside at a pleasant table, but two twentysomething diners at the central table carried on a loud, like, conversation that was, like, annoying to the other, like, diners. At one point, their smartphone rang and an entire FaceTime conversation was conducted for several minutes while one of the women held the phone at arm's length so both would fit in the picture, then spoke even louder to be heard by the caller, whose side of the conversation was also heard in the dining room. This wasn't Meadow's fault, and shouldn't be a knock on an otherwise good experience, but as an artifact of our experience it will likely be factored into our decision about visiting the place. (A patio table, please.)
Tried the salad and added steak. Yum!
Best restaurant in San Antonio. Great food, great service, great atmosphere
Excellent restaurant have been there for brunch dinner and happy hour and never disappoints. The peel n eat shrimp, split pea hummus, and sliders are my favorite starters and hands down the Peeler Farms NY strip outstanding.
We went for Sunday brunch with reservations. The service and food were great. We arrived early and sat in the bar area in a cozy corner enjoying drinks and visiting with friends while we waited for our table. We were sat down on time. I would definitely go back.
Great restaurant with exceptional menu. They were a bit busy for Sunday brunch so I recommend making a reservation.
We were very excited to try Meadow. Unfortunately expectations were not met. We asked our server for recommendations, and he struggled to give us information. The food was tasty, but served cold.
Amazing food, incredible service and a great selection of wine and cocktails to match the impeccable dishes. The hummus is to die for, as well as the jar of pickles for appetizers. Very impressed with the pork dish as well - perfectly cooked, moist, and elegantly presented. The ice box cake was phenomenal, and I’ll be craving that desert for a solid week. Will be back ASAP!
The food and service were wonderful! I recommend the corn fritters, fried chicken and icebox pie. Our server made great wine recommendations as well. We’ll be back!
We had dinner here this weekend and ordered off of the restaurant week menu. Overall the choices were good. Between us we had the corn fritters, salad, the cod, the pork chop, the hibiscus ice box cake, and the candy bar. The fritters and the cod were the best starter and main that came out. The fritters reminded me of a buttery soft piece of corn bread and the cod was in a delicious broth.
The starter salad was fine, just a touch underwhelming with the dressing missing something to make it pop. The pork came out slightly undercooked in one spot. It was like there was a cool spot in the pan they seared it in. I cut off the undercooked part and ate the rest, which was most of it, and it was good. You just hate to see it come out like that. I pointed it out to the server and they handled it, so really no complaints.
Both desserts were out of this world. The candy bar was a chocolate lovers dream. We talked about it while enjoying it and the only thing that would have made it better was something to give it a little more structure... such as sitting it on top of a cookie base or enrobing it in a crisp chocolate.
Lasagna is terrible. Burnt and almost impossible to eat.
Love this place and what they do with fresh local ingredients. Their veggies are fantastic.
Brunch for Restaurant Week. Donuts were delicious. Biscuits and gravy-yummm. Corn fritters were to die for.
My mom brisket was extremely tender and mouthwatering; potatoes cooked nice and crispy on outside, soft middle; tortillas had absolutely no flavor. Overall, I was pleased with our experience here and will return (even if just for those creamed corn fritters!)
Our waiter was meh...we had to ask for things several times. The coffee was warm...had to ask for cream and sugar. The sugar came in a open bowl that had sugar crusted on it as well as the spoon. Not at all sanitary in my opinion. Sweetener served the same way. The donuts took longer than they should’ve (come on...it’s fried dough!) and didn’t seem cooked through. The yogurt needed a sweet element like honey (the waiter didn’t know if there was any and when asked a 2nd time about it he finally brought it) or more fruit. It was more like pecans were the star , fruit was an afterthought and the the yogurt was so one note that it completely muted the dish. The 3 mint leaves brought zero to the show. The sausage gravy was overly thick and the sausage was sparse. The biscuit would’ve been better served with butter and some preserves. The bread on the BLT would’ve been better had the lettuce been next to the bread instead of the tomato which caused it to be a soggy mess.It was my daughter’s birthday celebration. Could you at least have one standby dessert to put a candle in?’ She picked the place but for mediocre food/service at the time of $84...I’ll definitely go elsewhere or stay home.
I did have a rather small $3 chicken leg that was excellent.
Simply the best new place in San Antonio. Great Food, Great Service.
Chef knocked this one outta the park! We had the Restaurant Week Brunch and left so full.
Everything was delicious and the loaded fries he sent out were the bomb!!!
Certainly coming back here to try more of the menu.
My girlfriend is a vegetarian and we were excited about the fact there was an all vegetarian option on the restaurant week menu online. When we arrived, that was not the case. The veggie option for the main course had been taken off the restaurant week menu. There was still an eggplant lasagna option on the regular menu, but it was inedible. The cheese was burnt to a crisp and it was hard as a rock. She was only able to take a small bite and it was gross. Would not return.
Surprisingly very good..! Will be added to the mix
Really nice place. The ambiance is wonderful. The staff was very friendly if perhaps a little unorganized. The food was beautiful and tasted good.
We loved the food and service. The only suggestion would be that it was a little too dark. Our table needed more light above or near it. Can’t wait to go back!
Really cool place nestled off of Bitters. Reminds me of something you’d find in Austin but without the hours-long wait. Great food and service.