The Boiler House
312 Pearl Pkwy #3
Boiler House Texas Grill and Wine Garden is a beautiful fusion of past and present-day charm. Located in the revitalized Pearl District, Boiler House provides a taste of artfully prepared, gourmet Texas Hill Country fare partnered with an ever evolving 120+ wine list, and 25+ Texas craft beer selection.
303 Pearl Parkway #111
Botika is a Peruvian-Asian restaurant located at the Historic Pearl Brewery in San Antonio, TX. Botika’s menu features “Chifa” (Chinese-Peruvian) and “Nikkei” (Japanese-Peruvian) cuisines, exploring the crossroads between South Asia and South America. Botika’s bar offers classic cocktails and a wide variety of rums, piscos, and cachaças. The restaurant features a sushi-ceviche bar and cocktail lounge.
312 Pearl Parkway
At Nao, an exciting exploration of Latin Cuisine starts with imagination and ends with delicious flavors you will never forget. Each day is a culinary adventure to share in the company of good friends. It’s all about fire and heat at the CIA’s restaurant at the Pearl Brewery. At dinner, the open kitchen makes it easy for diners to experience the drama created by cooking with live fire. The contemporary menu offers creatively re-imagined dishes and a highly curated beverage program
The Granary Cue & Brew
602 Avenue A
The Granary is a restaurant and brewery that celebrates barbecue and beer. Dinner service presents a progressive, seasonally-driven menu, all enhanced with house craft brews. We pride ourselves in running a from-scratch kitchen and procuring high quality, responsibly-sourced animals and seasonal produce.
Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery
136 East Grayson #120
Southerleigh was named after the prevailing Gulf breeze and the Texas coast’s proud sense of place. Southerleigh serves Chef Jeff Balfour's modern take on Texas' cross- cultural cuisine. Locally sourced fish and ingredients with a southern twist, including mouth watering grits cornbread!
Bottling Department Food Hall @ The Pearl
312 Pearl Parkway #6
Bottling Department's food hall is built on the original site of the brewery’s bottling department, which turned out beer bottles even before the Pearl name was adopted in 1886
Bottling Department is committed to supporting the growing San Antonio culinary community and working with area vendors who source fresh, local ingredients. Our goal is to provide a space for these chefs and their ideas to come together, as well as an accessible location for food lovers to come and enjoy the food they create.