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Great Places to Eat on the San Antonio River Walk

The San Antonio River Walk is lined with dozens of interesting places to eat. For signature San Antonio food, try any of these spots, some on sections of the River Walk that are well known to locals but not to out-of-towners.

A striking, contemporary ambiance welcomes diners to this colorful Mexican restaurant. Experience house-made salsas, chiles rellenos, mole and more.

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Owned by nationally renowned chef Bruce Auden, Biga offers fine dining founded in the classics but reaching into Texas and Southwest regional cuisine.  

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This "Texas bistro" has great steaks, blackened shrimp and more, but don't miss the guacamole made fresh tableside.

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In a historic building once occupied by the French consulate, the Fig Tree's traditional menu of steaks and seafood tastes even better served on an elegant outdoor terrace overlooking a quiet bend in the River Walk.

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From this state's beloved pit-smoked meat to Argentinean churrascaria, sample barbeque from around the globe.

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From this state's beloved pit-smoked meat to Argentinean churrascaria, sample barbeque from around the globe.

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El primer restaurante de John Besh fuera de Nueva Orleans. Ingredientes de la granja y especialidades de Bistro como patés caseros y marisco fresco.

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Small plate delicacies served in a steel and glass conservatory, part of the historic Hotel Havana, one of innovative hotelier Liz Lambert's new visions.

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Zocca's Italian kitchen serves rich fare like a lump crab tagliatelle if you feel like indulging as well as less indulgent dishes for those watching the waist line.

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