San Antonio's Restaurant Week Returns

Culinaria brings restaurant deals to San Antonio from Aug. 18 to 25

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The third annual Culinaria Restaurant Week, a weeklong restaurant week in San Antonio returns from Aug. 18 to 25.

Presented by the Culinaria Wine & Food Arts Festival and the San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau, the restaurant week offers specially priced lunches and dinners from the area’s longtime favorite restaurants, like Bin 555, Biga on the Banks, and Kirby's, as well as new eateries like Lṻke, and Texas de Brazil.

More than 50 chefs and restaurants, like Auden’s Kitchen, The Palm, and Zinc Bistro & Wine Bar are serving three-course prix fixe lunch menus for $15 and dinner menus for $35.

"Restaurant Week stimulates excitement about our wide range of choices when it comes to excellent food and wine and makes some of the higher-end restaurants more accessible with specially priced menus," said Suzanne Taranto Etheredge, president and CEO of Culinaria. "We want everyone to be able to enjoy eating like a gourmet at affordable prices."

Additional participating restaurants include 18 Oaks at the JW Marriott, Fig Tree Restaurant, Boudro’s Texas Bistro on the Riverwalk, and Paloma Blanc.

Lauren Mack is the Travel Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @lmack.