The Texas Department of Agriculture is sponsoring Go Texan Restaurant Week Sept. 27-Oct. 1.
For the entire week, restaurants across the state will be serving up Texas-produced food in ways that show off the diversity of the state’s agricultural riches.
In San Antonio, some of the restaurants with specials that week include:
- Acenar, 146 E. Houston St., which will offer a three-course prix fixe meal featuring Texas chicken-fried oysters; grilled adobo chicken breast with asadero-stuffed poblano or sirloin steak asada and grilled beer marinated sirloin; and peach cobbler or pineapple cream cheese empanada. Cost: $35.00 a person, plus tax and tip.
- Boardwalk Bistro, 4011 Broadway, which will feature fixed-price Texas meals as well as a food-and-wine-pairing menu with Texas food with Texas wines. A Texas wine tasting with special pricing and Texas wine list will last throughout October (Texas Wine Month).
- Earl Abel’s, 1201 Austin Hwy., which will offer discounts on Texas items, including Texas raised, grass-fed bison burgers with sweet potato fries in addition to Texas quail stuffed with homemade pork sausage and cornbread dressing.
A partial list of other restaurants involved in the Go Texan week include Barn Door, 8400 N. New Braunfels; La Hacienda de los Barrios, 18747 Redland Road; Josephine St. Cafe, 400 E. Josephine St; the Lodge Restaurant of Castle Hills, 1746 Lockhill Selma Road; Zocca Cuisine d’Italia, 420 Market St.; and various Stonewerks locations.
For a list of participating restaurants in San Antonio, click here.