The Texas spring weather brings the perfect opportunity to support local San Antonio restaurants by dining outside. Although the pandemic has changed how we are able to explore our city and enjoy everything San Antonio has to offer, dining outdoors is a great way to enjoy the city. By dining outdoors downtown, you can take in both the sights of the city and the flavor of San Antonio. Consider trying some of the spots on our list for a delicious meal and experience.
One fantastic spot on our list is Dos Sirenos Brewing. Owner and manager Kari Sirenos describes Dos Sirenos as “a place where people can come to relax, enjoy some delicious food and craft beers made on-site, whether it’s our neighbors, fellow San Antonians or visitors from out of town.” You can enjoy their brunch or pub food in their breezy outdoor area which features fans, shade, and picnic tables. At Dos Sirenos Brewing, guests can even watch the progress of the Cascade Hops Dos Sirenos grows and uses in their Persephone Pale Ale! At Dos Sirenos, “kiddos and well behaved pups are welcome!” Kari says. Check out their list of live music on Friday and Saturday evenings!
Warm spring day? Stop by Alfredo’s Gelato Pizza Cannoli & Café to enjoy a meal of creamy gelato and handcrafted pizza made from fresh, authentic ingredients. Alfredo’s also offers delicious coffee and desserts to enjoy on your next trip downtown. Sit outside or take your meal to the nearby River Walk!
Come visit Pharm Table’s new South Town location and their spacious COVID-friendly patio! Pharm Table’s new location will feature an expanded menu and bar program. Pharm Table’s delicious plant-based foods and sustainably raised meats flavored with global spices.
Stop by another Southtown location! Casa Frida is a Frida Kahlo themed restaurant serving delicious and affordable Mexican food. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner on their shady patio. Check their Facebook and Instagram for happy hours and special events!
Come relax at this beautiful patio at Little Em’s Oyster Bar! Little Em’s offers fresh oysters sourced from both coasts, an extensive wine and beer list, and more!
Try some of the other delicious outdoor dining spots on our list below!
Restaurants and More!
Dorrego’s at Hotel Valencia
Fairmont Rooftop Oyster Bar
Goodfella’s Famous New York Pizza
Guadalajara Grill at La Villita
Saveurs 209 & La Boulangerie
La Villita Cafe
Market On Houston
Pete’s Tako House
Pinch Boil House
River’s Edge at Hotel Palacio
Royal Blue Grocery
The Palm Restaurant
Who did we miss? What are your favorite outdoor dining spots in San Antonio? Let us know in the comments or by tagging @centrosanantonio on social!