Sandy soil, cool summer nights, a lazy river, history. When you think of San Antonio, good Italian food may be the last thing that comes to mind. But don't miss out: you may be in the heart of Texas but the flavors of Italy are not far away. There are a myriad of Italian restaurants that will satisfy any traveler's hankering for eggplant parmesan, fettucini alfredo, wood oven pizza, baked rigatoni or classic penne all'arrabbiata. Aldo's has lush landscaping outside and homey charm within, and draws wealthy retired folks as well as couples on special-occasion dates. Aldino's has a warm and elegant setting and decor that recalls ancient Rome. Maggiano's has classic Italian-American cuisine that proudly carries forward the tradition of sharing. With plenty of ristorantes to choose from, we're certain you can find the right restaurant for a romantic evening or a night out on the town. These Italian hotspots are our tried and true list of must-eats.
1203 N Loop 1604 West, #101
A touch of Italy "at the vineyard."... read more
255 East Basse Suite 500