Below is a list of the top and leading Steakhouses in San Antonio. To help you find the best Steakhouses located near you in San Antonio, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
San Antonio’s Best Steakhouses:
The top rated Steakhouses in San Antonio are:
- J-Prime – serves mouthwatering steaks paired with the best selections of specialty drinks at the bar
- Bohanan’s – classic steakhouse that exceeds the expectations of its customers
- Saltgrass – features a selection of delectable dishes made from premier meats and the finest ingredients
- Morton’s – serves the finest prime-aged steaks and the freshest seafood dishes
- Kirby’s Steakhouse – features natural, Midwestern, aged prime beef and a selection of delectable dishes
J-Prime serves mouthwatering steaks paired with the best selections of specialty drinks at the bar. The beef and seafood they use are hormone and antibiotic-free. They also prepare the food with the finest ingredients. Furthermore, the JP bar is open every night from 4:30 in the afternoon. They also offer curbside pick-up from their appetizers to desserts.
Their steak selections include filet mignon, bone-in filet, and new york strip. Moreover, they serve porterhouse, ribeye, tomahawk, and Colorado rack of lamb. In addition, they serve Wagyu steaks.
Address: 1401 N Loop 1604 W, San Antonio, TX 78258
Phone: (210) 764-1604
”The best crab cakes ever. Ribeye was tasty and perfectly prepared and the “Scallop and Lobster” dish was very good. Desserts were delicious. Cocktails were strong and the wine list was extensive. Raul our server made the night though. He was attentive and read our table perfectly. His banter and stories had us talking even after the night was over. Very memorable. We will go back!” – RW
Bohanan’s is a classic steakhouse that exceeds the expectations of its customers. They commit to delivering an enjoyable dining experience. The staff attends to the customers promptly. Furthermore, they serve ribeye and filet steaks. There is also an option of New Zealand Ora king salmon. All of the steaks are served with a choice of garlic mashed potatoes or Bohanan’s creamy macaroni and cheese.
There are also other dishes like shrimp cocktail and jumbo lump crab cake. Moreover, they serve broccoli crown, Caprese salad, and sauteed portabello mushrooms. There are also charcuterie and artisan cheese boards.
Address: 219 E Houston St #275, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 472-2600
”Service was amazing, Caesar, Marcus and Josh were all great. Atmosphere was amazing and very classy. Food was amazing. Steak was perfectly cooked and seasoned. Probably the best dine in experience I’ve ever had. One of the best steaks I’ve had in my life.” – Mike Barillet
Saltgrass features a selection of delectable dishes made from premier meats and the finest ingredients. The flavors of the dishes appease the palate of their customers. Furthermore, the staff warmly welcome diners in the restaurant. They offer an intimate setting and are great for celebrations.
Their steak selections include bone-in ribeye, Texas t-bone, bacon-wrapped filet and shrimp, and New York strip. Moreover, they also serve silver star porterhouse and Maudeen’s center-cut filet. There are selections of seafood dishes like Atlantic salmon and grilled shrimp.
Address: 502 River Walk, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 222-9092
”WOW!!!!! Don’t even know where to start. Absolutely fantastic place to enjoy some delicious food!. Staff was friendly and attentive. Customer service was perfect. The food was truly amazing!!! Each steak was seasoned and cooked perfectly. Appetizers were great. Shrimp was delicious and their macaroni and cheese is the best you can get, nothing even compares. Expect a wait to get in as it sits on the riverwalk and have the best food but its absolutely worth the wait, trust me! Go ahead and change your plans, and add Saltgrass! It’s a must try!” – B. Gonzales
Morton’s serves the finest prime-aged steaks and the freshest seafood dishes. There are three signature private boardrooms. It can accommodate from 10 to a hundred guests for social or business gatherings. Some of the events they host are holidays, graduations, and birthday parties. FUtehmroe, they serve USDA Priime Steaks like filet mignon, prime ribeye, and prime porterhouse. There are also upgrades such as bacon-wrapped sea scallops.
Their signature dishes are chicken Christopher, Ora king salmon, and red king crab legs. Moreover, they offer platters composed of ahi tuna poke, oysters, jumbo shrimp cocktail, and cold-water lobster tail.
Address: 300 E Crockett St, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 228-0700
”Thank you Stephen!!! Your service was impeccable and not to mention impressive as well as comforting. Everyone in the buisness should be allowed to take a page from your playbook sir. You do the Morton’s chain a great service with your skill and expertise. Outstanding quality of hospitality for a positively memorable fine dining experience. Thank you again kind sir. And thank you Morton’s.” – Glenn Hoadley
Kirby’s Steakhouse features natural, Midwestern, aged prime beef and a selection of delectable dishes. There is an elegant yet casual atmosphere making it a great venue for gatherings. Furthermore, they have been recognized by different publications and organizations for their food and service. There are five private rooms and several dining rooms available. The lounge is perfect with a glass of wine.
They serve prime cowboy cut ribeye, cold-smoked Angus ribeye, and blue ribbon filet mignon. Moreover, they serve dry-aged pork chop and Caprese chicken. Their seafood entrees are cedar plank salmon, Alaskan king crab legs, and Australian cold water lobster tail.
Address: 123 N Loop 1604 E, San Antonio, TX 78232
Phone: (210) 404-2221
“Excellent upscale steak/seafood restaurant. Steaks are grilled perfectly. Love the peppercorn cream sauce. Seafood is fresh. Crabcakes have lots of crab meat with little filler. Sides are generous portions. Recommend the scallop potatoes. The chocolate cake and pecan pie are outstanding.” – Ybonne Vaughn
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.