The 7 Best Outdoor Dining Spaces In San Antonio, Texas
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The 7 Best Outdoor Dining Spaces In San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio , United States , texas
Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Dec 9, 2020

San Antonio is a major city in south-central Texas with a rich colonial heritage.

The city is bursting with culture, and booming with modern attractions in its spectacular parks and green spaces.

The San Antonio River features a miles-long River Walk – a landmark pedestrian promenade lined with cafes, shops, and restaurants.

If you’re planning a visit, here are the best places for outdoor dining.

Boudro’s is a Texas bistro and has been known as one of the most treasured and popular attractions on the San Antonio River Walk since the 1980s.

Boudro’s gives seating options along the riverwalk’s bank, and its indoor dining room now features a biodefense indoor protection system.

The Fig Tree is one of the most beautiful and elegant restaurants in San Antonio.  The Riverwalk’s views at The Fig Tree and fine dining rival a fine dining experience around the Naviglio Grande in Milan, Italy. 

The restaurant is temporarily closed due to the ongoing pandemic, but you will not be disappointed when it reopens.

There’s a reason why La Fonda on Main has been around for more than 80 years.  The great food and superb service are just a few reasons, and the ambiance is like no other.

Chicken N Pickle is a chef-driven, casual eatery, surrounded by pickleball courts, beer gardens, and backyard games.

Chicken N Pickle was created with the people who love sports and the outdoors in mind.

Elsewhere Garden Bar & Kitchen is the new kid on the block.  Created in 2020, the restaurant has already become a hidden gem on the San Antonio Riverwalk.

The trees, plants, and porch swings overlooking the river create an oasis-like no other in the city. 

The Friendly Spot Ice House is where you go when you’re looking for a home away from home.  

Its business model is simple: create a backyard space where people congregate to connect and be friendly.

The Good Kind chain’s newest location offers breakfast for downtown commuters on the go, a quick lunch spot when you need a break, and a leisurely dinner atmosphere with a select curated bar program.

Eat with a stunning view of San Antonio’s skyline in a green oasis tucked away from the city’s hustle.

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