Por jclar
Updated Julio 07, 2014

San Antonio is a favorite foodie destination. Fresh plates from many different culinary traditions will delight the most demanding palates.

Of course, Mexican and Southwestern cuisine are the specialties of the region. There are many options for sampling these regional cuisines. In Acénar, a contemporary ambiance is the backdrop for a delicious Mexican food experience, including homemade sauces, stuffed chiles, mole and more.

Biga on the Banks, from well-known chef Bruce Auden, serves fine classic dishes inspired by Texas and Southwestern cooking. If you prefer Texas-style bistro, Boudro's has magnificent steaks, prawns and an incredible guacamole prepared right at the table.

To experience a special meal in a fantastic atmosphere, The Fig Tree offers a continental menu within a historical building that was once the French consulate, located at Villitas, San Antonio's oldest neighborhood. If you have a taste for meat, The Q Restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Hotel has the best Argentinian churrascos, and other meat dishes influenced by international cooking. Las Canarias, with an elegant atmosphere and casual ambience, honors its reputation of good wine and great service.

Chef John Besh displays all his talents at Lüke, his first restaurant outside of New Orleans. Farm fresh ingredients and bistro specialties like homemadepatés and seafood tapas abound.

If you're up to Caribbean sabor, Ocho serves inspired Cuban dishes in an old greenhouse setting belonging to the historical Havana Hotel, property of the renowned hospitality entrepreneur Liz Lambert.

In Zocca, you'll find rich Italian plates, like a decadent crab tagliatelle that will make you lick your fingers. The restaurant also offers light dishes for those who are minding their weight.

Discover the best of San Antonio…its food! Experience what the most demanding foodies find irresistible.