Comfort Inn & Suites Airport
8640 Crownhill Blvd.
San Antonio, TX 78209
Phone: (210) 249-2000
Fax: (210) 249-2010
8640 Crownhill Blvd., San Antonio, TX, US, 78209
- Phone: (210) 249-2000
- Fax: (210) 249-2010
Since 1973, this restaurant has been a favorite place for celebrations and good times. The costumed servers are determined to make your visit an enjoyable one: the restaurant's motto is "Dine laughing" and the servers take it seriously. The menu features standard American fare, including steaks, rib eyes, grilled seafood and chicken, all served with fresh baked bread as well as soup and salad from the converted 1952 MG roadster salad bar. The Roman Orgy feast is a vast quantity of brisket, smoked chicken, baby back ribs and mounds of fresh fruit and vegetables. Eat it in the Orgy Pit, the Mineshaft or one of the other themed seating areas. Whatever you do, go determined to have a good time. Magic Time Machine draws a young crowd of diners and is a favored site for birthday parties. Eat, drink and be merry while being served by characters from popular films. Full bar of alcoholic beverages. Banqueting space available. Check the website or call ahead for opening hours.
Tex-Mex and American cuisine is known for its non-vegetarian preparations, but Vegeria in Dijon Heights offers a fantastic Tex-Mex fare that is a 100 percent vegan, making it the first all vegan restaurant in San Antonio. Using innovative recipes and ingredients, dishes like coconut cilantro rice, thus prepared, are delectable and quite popular with the locals. For a vegetarian, gluten free treat when in SA, head straight here!
From a prominent location on Loop 410, Formosa Garden serves some of the best Chinese food in town from its extensive menu of mostly Szechuan cuisine.
The hokey name and checkered plastic tablecloths belie the mouthwatering (and pricey) steaks, chicken and seafood at this San Antonio institution. The Barn Door runs its own butcher shop, and every aged cut is tender and juicy. This steakhouse is huge and its atmosphere is casual, with pictures of horses and cowboys telling the story of old Texas. It's equally suited to a business lunch, a first date or a family night out. If you find yourself waiting for a table on the weekend, wander into the bar and check out the horse racing memorabilia. At lunch, try a tenderloin sandwich or a chicken-fried rib eye steak. At dinner, the six-ounce Lady's Filet and the 14-ounce Gentlemen's Ribeye is most tempting. The restaurant also serves a great selection of seafood, chicken, chicken livers, pork chops and quail. If you're dining with a good friend, pour some extra-garlicky Green Goddess dressing on your salad.
If you are looking for corn-fed red meat served in opulent surroundings, this restaurant fits the bill. Stained-glass skylights and room panels set off a wonderfully plush late-19th-century dining area prime beef, veal and seafood highlight the expansive menu. The Victorian elegance extends to the bar area, where an impressive back-bar holds an excellent choice of libations. The restaurant is a great place for business entertaining or for enjoying a cozy, romantic dinner for two. If you stop by on Sundays between 10:30a and 3p, you can enjoy an incredible brunch with free champagne.
A friendly atmosphere with a unique design. Twisted metal and a lounge like feel make this place a favorite of the Alamo Heights crowd. The Rebar bar is almost always packed and has a great outdoor patio where one can sit back with a cold beer and enjoy the crowd.Whether you are inside or out you will not be disappointed.
Just outside The Loop, in your average middle-class American neighborhood, sits this remarkable little Puerto Rican restaurant called La Marginal. Ignore the fact that it sits in an unassuming little strip center and wander in. You'll be glad you did. Black beans abound on this menu. Beyond that, two of the best options are the award-winning Sandwich Cubano, featuring tender beef and pork and melted Swiss cheese, and the Platano Loco, with roast pork, grilled ham, Swiss cheese and green plantains.
This award-winning French dining has it all. The ambiance of Frederick's Restaurant is lovely for an upscale, intimate and classy meal. You may want to try the Cesar salad, rib appetizer, blackened red fish, escargot and lobster bisque. The wines and drinks list is extensive, and choosing just one may get confusing. Top it up with some of the best desserts on the menu. To celebrate your private events, hire their space and catering services for a memorable time. Call ahead for more details.
The first impression that you probably get when you enter Cootey's Tavern is the excitement, comfort and happiness of Cheers, the ever famous television show. The cozy place is popular with the locals and is great for a drink after dinner or even a casual dinner. They have a pool table, dart boards and also a television to flip through. Hooked up with a karaoke machine, a casual night is often turned into a diva discovery night. You'll even have a band once in a while to entertain you. Do contact the venue for more information.
Sushi Zushi is the most sort after restaurant when it come to sushi and the Japanese fusion menu. The ambiance is bright and lively and the service is very attentive too. Some of the dishes featured on the menu are San Antonio roll, gyoza sushi rolls, soft-shell crab tuna tar, river walk roll and lots more. The cocktails mixes and other drinks cannot be missed here. Consider this location for private parties, functions and celebrations. For more information, call ahead.
Big business, big celebrities and big money pass through these doors every night. It is not unusual to see local moguls, San Antonio Spurs' players and socialites holding court over elaborate meals. The perfectly broiled-to-order prime steaks, fresh seafood and impeccable service make Ruth's Chris Steak House a popular place for special occasions, client dinners and other celebrations. In addition to a wonderful meal, enjoy a full bar, an extensive wine list and a well-stocked humidor. Semi-private dining areas are also available.
One of the most acclaimed Italian restaurants in San Antonio, Paesano's has been a local favorite for decades. Tourists are most familiar with its location on the River Walk. But the one just north of downtown in Lincoln Heights, near the Quarry Marketplace, offers the same great menu in a different atmosphere. Paesano's in Lincoln Heights is relaxed yet sophisticated, a place to see and be seen. Be sure to visit on a nice day during sunset. The west room has a spectacular sunset view overlooking the Quarry Golf Course—it's a view that you would not want to miss, especially with that special someone. You can choose from a variety of dinners including red snapper sautéed with artichokes, mushrooms and white wine and shrimp with fra diavolo sauce. Of course, the restaurant would not be the same without its namesake, Gamberi Paesano (Shrimp Paesano), which is served as either an appetizer or a dinner.