With its move to the grounds of the San Antonio Museum of Art in 2018, Tre Trattoria has found a fit showcase for the talents of chef Jason Dady—morning, noon, and night. Not part of the main museum complex, but in a separate building that was originally the hops house of the old Lone Star Brewery, the restaurant fronts a quiet section of the River Walk. Kickstart your day with house-made gnocchi with mushrooms and fried eggs, or a Caprese version of avocado toast, using fresh hand-pulled mozzarella, San Marzano tomatoes, and basil. Those ingredients also work well on the small handcrafted pizzas, a good bet for lunch. The dinner menu is organized in typical Italian style with first and second courses, designed to be shared. A primo combination: Smoked gouda radiatore with brown butter cauliflower and hazelnuts, followed by grilled rainbow trout with crispy skin. The two small interior dining rooms, flanking an open kitchen and bar, can be noisy, so outdoors is your best bet, weather permitting.
San Antonio› Restaurant
Tre Trattoria at the Museum
200 W. Jones Ave., San Antonio, TX 78212
Our Rating Neighborhood Pearl/Broadway Cultural Corridor Phone 210/805-0333 Prices Tues–Sat 8am–10pm; Sun 8am–8pm Cuisine Type Italian Web site Tre Trattoria at the Museum
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