Tre Trattoria @ The San Antonio Museum of Art
Tue–Sat 8:00 am–11:00 am
Tue–Sat 11:00 am–4:00 pm
The service was poor. There were not enough Restaurant Week menus. Clean forks should have been provided for main course.
We went for Restaurant Week lunch after a tour of SA Museum of Art. Sat outside even though it was raining, overhang kept us dry. Food & Drinks were great. Service from Anastasia was excellent. Will definitely go back for brunch or dinner. Looking forward to it.
Great food and friendly staff. Went there for restaurant week and were looking for a new place to add to our list of go to places. Thoroughly enjoyed our evening. Food was uniquely Dady. Highly recommend
Have been eating at Tre Tretorria for years at the Broadway location and love the food at this restaurant. This was the first visit to the SA Museum location which has more intimate spaces and a pretty patio overlooking the river. The food was excellent as always. We did find the air conditioning a little warm on our visit and the smoke from the kitchen was somewhat bothersome. Our server was not the most attentive and split our food items incorrectly at the end of meal; also she quickly dropped off our bill and then went on to take an order at a very large table of about 15 people before getting back to us, having us wait another 15 minutes.
I really "want" this restaurant to be wonderful; it is adjacent to SAMA, located on the River-walk in a prime location. The ambiance is lovely, and the staff is friendly. But "food is art" is not the same as good food, and after two visits, I am unimpressed.
The food was amazing and the ambience was perfect. They had a major issue with their electronic ticketing system and it was down for almost two hours during the lunch rush. We finally found cash to pay. It took a very long time to get that sorted out. I felt sorry for the manager and servers.
The gnocchi were excellent and the service was excellent.
The four of us shared all dishes. The Ibericus pork, gazpacho, and pasta with pork belly & shrimp were outstanding
Wonderful! Great staff and dinnet.We love the sound dampening also. Other restaurants should take notice. It makes vonversztion so much easier.
New and better location, hostesses were very welcoming and knowledgeable, ambiance was warm and welcoming plus noise was moderate good for everyday dining and date night! But let me tells to you about the food it was excellent the prosciutto pizza was slightly salty and spicy and was perfectly balanced with the arugula, the fresh pulled mozzarella with buttered toast was drizzled with olive oil and lightly seasoned with rock salt and fresh pepper if you had to try one thing on their menu this would have to be it! We also tried a few pasta dishes and all their desserts and enjoyed the whole meal with bottle of wine! Overall my family and I really enjoyed our meal at Tre Trattoria and recommend everyone to come and enjoy their take on Italian food.
We loved it. So excited to have an Italian restaurant on this section of the riverwalk the views were incredible and the drinks were really nice. Pasta was amazing and you could tell it was homemade. Peter was our waiter, knowledgeable personal and loved his job and the hostess, Rachel was friendly accommodating and made our short wait-time enjoyable. The deviled eggs were great also the Nutella dessert.... to die for.
We sat outside for lunch, overlooking the river and under the numerous ceiling fans, which made for a wonderful dining experience. Great, edited menu. Fresh, pleasingly complex flavors.
We frequently went to this restaurant at it’s previous location so decided to visit the new location. Attractive place with same good food, service and wine list. The only negative was a rather long walk in the heat from parking around the museum to get to the restaurant.
The food was quite good. I had the chicken which had a great crispy covering. It was slightly on dry side but I would order it again. My husband had a pizza which was very good also (but a little spicy for my taste). We will definitely go back. It also has nice outdoor seating that overlooks the river.
We had a very good time. The food was excellent and the service was very good.
Menu has changed from when Tre was on Broadway. We don’t think Food Choices are as good as they were.
I like to stay away from carbs from the normal menu.... no salmon but the market salad than the rainbow trout... wine.. service was tops.
Loved the ambiance and location, great re-use of historic building and river view. Service was def not as good as expected and menu is limited compared to former location, although the Market Salad and Smoked Gouda did not disappoint. Hopeful that the transition becomes smoother, as it is a great membership perk (10% discount) and convenient for pre- and post-SAMA visits. Looking forward to brunch service...
Fresh farm to table food! Love the NEW LOCATION!!!! How can you go wrong with
Jason Dady restaurants! This one is super special!
Always a great dining experience. I never had a bad meal plus the service is outstanding.
One of the best restaurants in San Antonio. Homemade pasta, fresh local ingredients, exceptional service (honestly, Shenee, our server, was one of the best I have ever had—knowledgeable, friendly, very attentive but not intrusive). Truly a great find; very highly recommended.
The food was delicious, but the service -even though it was always polite and well meaning- left much to be desiered. We were a group of 8 people and our food came at different intervals, two or three being served the appetizers while the rest waited, then two or three more, and by the time most of us had the main course, there were two people that just stared at their empty places and one whose order had been forgotten.
Dady & Co have completely transformed this space into a classy, comfortable, appropriate eatery for both museum guests and local diners. The menu faves from the former location remain intact as does the quality streaming out of the open kitchen. Nice job, SAMA, on this partnership, and nice job, Dady Restaurant Group, on staying true to your roots and continuing to please with classics.
Great setting at SAMA! Great food!
Congratulations to the Dady team.
Great renovation and use of space.
You have a winner here!
First visit to new location. Probably a great lunch spot. The former location was one of my favorite restaurants in SATX. This visit didn’t measure up to the same memorable dinner experience.
Food taste and presentation is very good. Would have liked a few more choices on the menu.
Portions small for the price, and there were no sides/salads with it, or table bread/butter.
Open kitchen great for viewing, but smoke from some of the cooking permeated throughout the dining room.
Being on the Riverwalk is nice, but off the beaten path. Great for museum goers since right beside the SAMA.
Overall, classy and upbeat.
Great new location. Same great food and service
I was very happy with our Tre experience. We had a group of 8. Everyone received prompt and courteous service on drinks and food.
Group consensus was the deviled eggs were the best we had ever had - anywhere. The burrata was uniquely flavored and delicious. The ragu was the best entree by far - packed with flavor. The meatballs were good and as was the gnocchi with mushroom sauce, though I think the mushroom sauce needed an extra pinch or two of salt. The Nutella 3 ways was just as good as everyone says, though (thankfully) did not really taste like Nutella. We also had a caramel dessert with Chantilly cream that the table liked even better. Most of the entrees were at or under $20, which was more reasonably priced than we anticipated. There were also a lot of reasonably priced wine options. A friend ordered a few cocktails and was very happy with those as well.
The only issue was one person's pizza coming out probably 10-15 minutes after everyone else received their entree - without comment from the staff. I know this is often the case with pizza, but the waiter should have at least mentioned that her food would come out after everyone else so we didn't wonder if her order had been forgotten.
A friend with Celiacs was accommodated easily.
Several of the group have mentioned since that night how much they enjoyed dinner and want to go back.
One entree (pizza) was delivered and pretty close to finished by the person who ordered it before the other three entrees arrived.
Atmosphere is excellent on the river and not too loud.
We have always enjoyed Tre on Broadway. This was our first time at the new location. We loved it! Food was excellent. Service superb! The hostess was welcoming and Paul our waiter was absolutely delightful.
Too many vegetarian choices. The meatball option was not good. Clams were off the menu which was a shame. The people next to us left because they had not been waited on. We liked Tre at the other location but this was not good. They had a good crowd but without better service people will not be back.
Italian sandwich/Caesar salad, grilled fish, meatball, grilled chicken and pasta entrees were all good. A nice lunch variety.
Iberico ham was a nice surprise. Pulled mozzarella wA awesome as always. All the food was great, Dwayne was a fantastic server
Really like this place. Jason Dady has done a fantastic job of improving this restaurant. The location is great, right on the river. Service was perfect. Very prompt but not overbearing. Food is very good but there were a few misses. We were a party of six for lunch and we each tried a different dish. The Italian Sammy was good but the bread was very tough. Almost impossible to bite through. The Bucatini was very good except the meatballs were way overdone. The Rainbow Trout, Gnocchi and Roasted Chicken were all very good with no complaints. Because of the acoustics, this place gets loud very easily. All in all, we'll be back.
We enjoyed our dinner at the new location for Tre Trattoria. The San Antonio Museum of Art will benefit by the addition of such a great San Antonio restaurant. The patio is a great place to watch the boats go past. We liked the Farro salad appetizer, and the pork belly with shrimp and pasta. The bucatini and meatballs was flavorful, but the pasta was a little too chewy for me. A varied wine list and cocktails are also appreciated. We'll be back.
My pasta was over cooked and dry. I had 5 little neck clams and the wine didn’t come with the appetizer. The appetizer was good although somewhat salty. The manager on duty cleared our plates and asked if I needed a box. No question as to why my food was barely touched.
Amazing food!! Great location!
Gouda radiatore would have been better as Mac and cheese. Didn’t work with additional ingredients. Many other high points on the menu for next time