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Top 4 Neighborhoods for San Antonio Foodies

San Antonio has become notorious for fine dining. For foodies looking to buy a home, it is important to know which San Antonio real estate areas have convenient access to some of the most renowned restaurants in town.

1. Southtown

Known both for great food and its art scene, Southtown’s King William Historic District is located south of downtown. Amidst the beautiful architecture, King Williams offers a variety of fine dining experiences, all within a short walking distance of each other!

Rosario’s: 910 S Alamo St


Rosario’s, a staple of King Williams since 1992, provides traditional Mexican dishes the way your mom would make them. Rated consistently as the Best Mexican Restaurant in San Antonio, Rosario’s has a colorful, bright atmosphere with to-die-for authentic dishes like Tacos Nortenos and Pollo con Mole.

2. Tobin Hill/Midtown


The Tobin Hilll/Midtown neighborhood is less than 5 minutes away from Downtown San Antonio and contains the ever-expanding cultural-hub known as the Pearl Brewery, an area that houses a number of unconventional eateries, upscale apartments, and artistic ambiance.

Cured306 Pearl Parkway 

At the heart of the Pearl Brewery, Cured, blends a contemporary and historic atmosphere and uses regional ingredients and organic methods to provide the finest cured meats, cheeses and, hand-crafted cocktails.

Bakery Lorraine511 E Grayson St.

To cure any sweet tooth, Bakery Lorraine was voted “Best Bakery” by the San Antonio Current, and provides a wonderful pastry and dessert menu, with delicious homemade macaroons, tarts, and perfectly flaky croissants, all made with local ingredients. Try the green tea macaroon for an exotic treat!

*Local Tip: The Pearl Brewery area also hosts a farmer’s market on Saturday mornings with all vendors coming from within a 150-mile radius of San Antonio selling organically grown produce or handmade goods.

3. Stone Oak



Stone Oak is a newer development located north of 1604 full of top-notch restaurants that cater to its upper-class residents.

Aldacos Mexican Cuisine20079 Stone Oak Pkwy

Aldacos Mexican Cuisine is a favorite place for San Antonians and visitors alike, offering authentic Mexican fare and award-winning margaritas. The restaurant, with locations in the Dominion and Downtown as well as Stone Oak, has been featured on the Food Network, Good Morning America, Discovery Channel, and several premiere food publications. Come here to try their refreshingly creamy Avocado Margarita!

Silo Elevated Cuisine434 Texas 1604 Loop (Stone Oak) 1133 Austin Hwy (Alamo Heights) 

Silo Elevated Cuisine pays attention to the details of fine dining, known to present creative, high-quality meals with beautiful plate presentations. Silo is rated among the top restaurants on Zagat’s Local Picks and boasts an elegant dining experience. Great for dates and special occasions!

4. Alamo Heights


Alamo Heights tends to represent older establishments that have been long-time staples for San Antonio Foodies.

Bar du Mon Ami4901 Broadway St 

This gem is one of San Antonio’s newer established cocktail bars. Notoriously friendly and welcoming, patrons at Mon Ami not only receive great service but also unique house cocktails and a variety of spirits, beer, and wine. With no TV, low music, and outdoor seating, this bar is perfect for a quiet drink with great company.

If you are searching for San Antonio real estate that allows you to indulge in the best restaurants San Antonio has to offer, make sure the King Williams District, Midtown, Stone Oak, and Alamo Heights are at the top of your list of places to look. 


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