Local Texas Food Businesses in ZIP Code 78215

Discover local Texas food businesses in ZIP Code 78215

15 Results found. Showing 1 to 15

Artisan on Alamo Distillery

Distillery in San Antonio

Artisan on Alamo Distillery got its start in 2012 with Spike Vodka, the only vodka made from prickly pear cactus. The distillery then followed up its initial offering with the introduction of Texas Pride Vodka, “an award-winning corn-based vodka”, and Chupacabra Juice Moonshine, “an ultra-smooth corn mash moonshine. Soon, in 206, founder and master distiller Nicholas Spink opened Artisan on Alamo Distillery featuring both the craft vodka distillery and a vodka lounge. In answer to popular clamor, he further expanded in 2018 to offer Bexar Ridge Bourbon Whisky and Pecan Ridge Whiskey.Besides its premium line of spirits, the Artisan on Alamo also features a relaxing outside patio for guests. Distillery tours are at 4pm and 7pm from Thursdays to Saturdays. Happy hour drink menus are available until 8pm. Guests can have food delivered to them at the lounge, or hire their own caterers for special events.

(210) 896-5070

Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden

Restaurant in San Antonio

Situated in the heart of the Pearl District, Boiler House Grill & Wine Garden sits next door to the Culinary Institute of America. This farm-to-table restaurant offers classic Texas Hill Country fare with a "contemporary" approach. It features a chef-driven menu showcases an extensive selection of "artfully prepared" gourmet dishes, including brunch fare like "bourbon & apples pancake", snacks like "Texas whiskey bacon caramel kettle corn", starters like "quail poppers", greens like "baby spinach", sandwiches like "prime rib philly", entrees like "seared diver scallops", and steaks like "filet mignon". The drink menu features over a carefully curated wine list with over 120 options, more than 25 Texas craft beers, and a "robust" Texas-themed cocktail program.Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden still delivers fresh food during trying times! This is the reason why they’ve been featured as one of 10 fresh food deliveries in San Antonio amidst stay-at-home order.

(210) 354-4644


Restaurant in San Antonio

Cured highlights lovingly hand-crafted cured foods made of the purest regional ingredients in a contemporary and historical atmosphere. Cured is housed in a renovated historical building that dates back to 1904. Cured is a chef-owned restaurant highlighting a vast selection of charcuterie cured from 30 days to 12 months, all proudly displayed in a humidity-controlled glass enclosure. The charcuterie selection includes "apple jalapeno pork rilettes", "smoked duck ham", "3 month lamb culatello", and more. On top of that, they serve classic brunch food like "french toast", small plates like "beet, avocado, and citrus salad", savory entrees like "ash seared bigeye tuna", and luscious desserts like "apple & peach crisp".Nothing could be more perfect than chicken and waffles and Cured serves some of the best! Read more about them and others in Kim's 8 Places for the freshest chicken and waffles in Houston.

(210) 314-3929

FreshWater Farms

Farm & Ranch in San Antonio

FreshWater Farms' vision is to provide chemical-free, highly nutritious produce and microgreens. They do this in an eco-conscience environment that leaves behind an almost non-existent footprint as we go. They have a "wonderful product" with "super cute packaging". Even also your "6- year old granddaughter" will also be able to "LOVED the veggies, especially the broccoli". It's truly a "great product!" "Wow! Just wow!" will be your final say. "These tiny bits of immense flavor are absolutely unbelievable!" Furthermore, from Broccoli to Wheatgrass, they have what you need to satisfy your culinary needs or help alleviate your ailments. They also have microgreens that also add intense flavors and colors to heighten the dining pleasures.

(210) 778-7935

Grain Free HavenNo Own Retail Location

Bakery in San Antonio

“No grains? No Problem!” Grain Free Haven aims to give the market a convenient, healthy alternative to tasty food and snacks, despite them having allergies to wheat and other grains or special diet needs like for diabetics, for those doing the Paleo, Gluten-Free, Low Carb diets. Their products include bread, porridge, baking mixes, nut mixes, cookies, muffins, and special seasonal products that are “grain-free, dairy-free and most are sugar-free.”  Coming from their experience as a family who had to look for grain-free substitutes, they want to eliminate the struggle and support anyone doing the shift to healthier eating that it is possible and it is delicious!   

(210) 988-4362

Granary ‘Cue and Brew

Restaurant in San Antonio

Granary 'Cue and Brew is a farm-to-table restaurant that is passionate about barbecue. It serves a traditional market-style barbecue for lunch and a modern menu paired with a beverage program for dinner. This restaurant prides itself in operating a "from-scratch" kitchen and incorporating only the highest quality, responsibly-sourced animals, and seasonal produce. It offers a seasonally-driven menu, featuring "innovative" brunch food like "barbecue benedict", appetizing starters like "crispy brussels sprouts", hearty sandwiches like "brisket grilled cheese", and succulent entrees like "diver scallops". The beverage program showcases house cocktails, a curated wine list, local taps and beer offerings, and non-alcoholic drinks.

(210) 228-0124


Store in San Antonio

One of San Antonio's “best kept secrets” when it comes to great coffee and great food, Larder is a South Texas food store with a dash of “Euro-sophistication” where Hotel Emma guests and locals alike can stock up on life’s culinary luxuries or simply enjoy a glass of wine in Brewmeister’s alley at the end of the day. They carry a “well-curated selection” of locally sourced goods, groceries, global provisions, fine wine, beer, just-out-of-the-oven baked goods, fresh flowers, house-butchered meats and freshly-prepared foods to eat in or take out. The prepared foods they offer were delicious and the selection of edible goodies will make you the guru of gift giving!

(210) 448-8355

Lick Honest Ice Cream (Historic Pearl)No Own Retail Location

Artisan Food Producer in San Antonio

We used to think of ice cream as a sinful delight. We grew up thinking "ice cream is bad for us" because it makes our teeth rot and makes us fat. Lick Honest Ice Cream wants to change that into something positive. Here is how they do it. First, they do good to their customers by making ice cream without using chemicals. No fructose. No corn syrup. None of that. Secondly, they do good to the community by sourcing the ingredients of the ice cream from local vendors. So the next time you enjoy eating ice cream, make sure it is Lick Honest Ice Cream. Only then is eating an ice cream not a guilty pleasure.

(512) 382-0745

Pearl Farmers Market

Farmers Market in San Antonio

breadPearl Farmers Market is a 2-day weekend market open all year round that is held at the site of what was once Texas’ largest brewery. On Saturdays (9:00am to 1:00pm), the market features producers-only vendors while the Sunday market features more artisanal and prepared foods. All potential and 45+ current vendors undergo a rigid vetting process and come from within a 150-mile radius.The Pearl is a private, mixed-use space with modern amenities including a hotel, an amphitheater, offices, and a variety of shops and restaurants. Market shoppers can easily spend hours exploring all 22-acres of Pearl and sampling its offerings. A unique service related to the farmers market is the “Veggie Valet” where customers can drop off their market purchases while they continue exploring the area.Don't know where to go for family time? Check out Pearl Farmers Market as they were featured as one of the 7 Farmers Markets in San Antonio for the Family!

(210) 212-7260

Roadmap Brewing Co

Craft Brewery in San Antonio

Providing quality, independent beer to the neighbors in the San Antonio area, Roadmap Brewing Company focus on “fresh flavors from fresh ingredients,” enjoyed in a family atmosphere. It all started when Hannah and Dustin Baker received a home brewing kit as wedding gift. Like many craft brewers before, the beer dustin was brewing in the garage wasn't enough to meet demand. With a help from his dad, the dream of opening a brewery quickly became a reality in September 2018. Today, Roadmap Brewing Company offers a wide range of beer styles, and a lot of cool flavors. All beers on tap are brewed in-house on their 7 barrel system. There's plenty of room in their 8,000 square foot tap room for large groups. Corn hole, giant jenga and other board games are there for guests to enjoy while they sip on beer.

(210) 254-9962

Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery

Craft Brewery in San Antonio

Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery houses a selection of fine food and a brewery. They take pride in their curated, seasonally changing menu that showcases Chef Balfour's upbringing in Galveston combined with southern cuisine. They serve three meals daily and features an extensive menu including vegan and gluten-free options. For starters, the "deviled eggs" and "chicken cracklings" are the best-sellers. Their entrees include "galveston bay spicy gulf shrimp boil", "texas gulf crab and avocado omelet", and more flavorful dishes. Their happy hour runs 3-5pm daily and you can get "pressure fried wings" and "fried biscuits" for $1, and beverages at $2 off.Nothing could be more perfect than chicken and waffles and Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery serves some of the best! Read more about them and others in Kim's 8 Places for the freshest chicken and waffles in Houston.

(210) 455-5701

Spike Distilling

Distillery in San Antonio

"Get innovative drinks!" Spike Distilling is the world's first and only vodka made from cactus. "It’s so smooth you almost can’t even tell you’re drinking vodka". Visit their place in downtown San Antonio. It's a "very quaint, chic spot" with "good customer service". Even though the "menu changes often", "everything on the menu" is "amazing!" You also "need to try everything because there isn't anything that is bad". The "ambiance" is also "very relaxed and contemporary!" It has a "modern feel with classic touches" and "the outside patio" can "take you away from the city". Plus, "the owner is so passionate about his craft".

(210) 896-5070


Restaurant in San Antonio

The Supper embraces the American culture to come together with friends or family for a good food at a good place. Chef John Brand's approach to the menu largely depends on what ingredients are in season and what dishes feel right shared with friends and families. The look of the dining room is minimalist, with crisp black and white interior. They serve a diverse menu ranging from "smoked salmon grilled cheese" to "prime strip loin beef with scallion potatoes and spinach". For dessert, the "banana whiskey" and "toasted marshmallow churro cookie" has proven to be the guests' favorites. A selection of beer, wine, and cocktail are also available.

(210) 448-8351

The Lemon Tree Juice BarNo Own Retail Location

Artisan Food Producer in San Antonio

Having hard-working farmers taking care of fruit-bearing trees and harvesting its fruits is a gift to the community. It would be great if there's a local business turning these fruits into fresh, delicious juices. Mission accomplished for The Lemon Tree Juice Bar! They are the juice experts, specializing in lemonade sourced locally. They also have homemade syrups too. If you want a sip, just head on to the Pearl Brewery Farmers Market every weekend.

(210) 923-9044

Wildflower Caramels

Artisan Food Producer in San Antonio

Wildflower Caramels is a family owned and run company with the mission to create a small, unique and “incredibly tasty treat” that keeps you coming back for more, ensuring that quality is never compromised. Wildflower has “six different flavors” made every week and they change with the seasons, all made in small batches with a touch of sea salt and lots of love woven through the process. They find the utmost importance in sourcing quality ingredients and ensuring the “fair and ethical treatment” of all living things through the supply chain. Every ingredient that is use is organic and fair trade certified and local when possible including organically grown herbs and produce from their own home garden and also from local farmers.

In the Area

Nearby ZIPs