Noteworthy restaurants roll into the area

by Kaitlin Brandt| Staff Writer

Biga on the Banks

Chef ,and owner, Bruce Auden of Biga on the Banks.

Chef Bruce Auden is not only the owner of this great new establishment but also a provider of a different kind of food for the downtown area. A variety of AsianSouthwest is available, with dishes like crab stuffed and baked Mahi mahi,mustard-crusted Australian lamb rack, and smoke roasted pork tenderloin.

203 S. St. Mary’s, Ste. 100, San Antonio, TX 78205

Phone: (210) 225-0722

Hours: Mon-Thu, Sun 5:30–10pmFri-Sat 5:30–11pm


Esquire Tavern

This restaurant holds the championing title for the oldest bar on the Riverwalk,but with the great tasting food, it comes as no surprise. Offering meals such as bison burgers, fried pickled beets, and delicious snickerdoodle ice cream sandwich.

155 E Commerce, San Antonio, TX 78205

Phone: (210) 222-2521

Hours: sunday- wed 11am-12pm thurs-sat 11am-2am


54th Bar & Grill

Who doesnt love a place to eat where everyone can get their favorite? 54th Street Bar & Grill offers sirloin steak, bacon wrapped filet, hand breaded shrimp. The lunch and dinner menu includes super sandwiches, soups, and mile mile high burgers. Whats make this place is even better is the fact they offer specials like all you can eat soup and salad,and the Street’s Pick Two Combo.

(Shops of Culebra)

5722 W. Loop 1604 N.
San Antonio, Texas 78251

Phone: 210-648-0054

Sunday through Thursday:
Serving Food: 11 AM to 11 PM LAST CALL: 11 PM
Serving Drinks: 11 AM to 11 PM LAST CALL: 11 PM

Doors open until midnight.

Friday and Saturday: 
Serving Food: 11 AM to 12 AM LAST CALL: 12 AM
Serving Drinks: 11 AM to 12:30 AM LAST CALL: 12:30 AM

Doors open until 1 am.







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