Culinary Traditions

San Antonio’s culinary traditions starts with European and Mexican heritage mixed with new homegrown talent. In 2017, San Antonio was designated a Creative City of Gastronomy by UNESCO, signifying the city’s status as an international culinary destination.

The Quarry Golf Course worked with local celebrity Chef Jason Dady to create our menu for Cementville Grill which overlooks our historic rock quarry.  Jason worked with our Chef Fred Jones to create a menu that showcases locally sourced items with culinary traditions showcased around our city.

We think you should try our Spanish Style Eggs Benedict on your first morning in San Antonio but here are a few other restaurants our staff has picked to make sure you get the best culinary experience in San Antonio. Enjoy!

Botika

Botika is a South American & Asian restaurant at the Historic Pearl Brewery located between the Quarry Golf Club and Downtown.

Their menu features dishes blending Latin American and Asian cuisines, as well as inventive takes on traditional dishes from across the globe. From the sushi to the short rib noodles, to the pork chop and steaks, Botika has something for those that aim for the middle of the green and those that always go for it in two. Don’t be afraid to head there for happy hour, the bar has a wide variety of wines, beers, and spirits with one of the largest offerings of Japanese whiskies in the region. So if you are in town for work or with the family, Botika is a perfect place to enjoy San Antonio like a local!

Botika at The Pearl near The Quarry Golf Course

For more information, visit botikapearl.com