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Silo Prime, helmed by chef Gary Boatman, is the leather and whiskey cool older uncle to the boisterous and joyful Nonna Osteria. You walk through the same door to get to both establishments, but they quickly diverge down seperate hallways into distinctly unique personalities. The steakhouse has moodier lighting, darker furnishings, quieter environs, all the better to lose one’s gaze in the sky-high flames leaping from a shiny steel grill anchoring the kitchen. – Paul Stephen
Friday – Saturday 5 pm – 11 pm
SILO Alamo Heights
“Out To Dinner With a Friend. A friend of mine and I went to Silo for dinner the other night and it was really nice. The waitress was very good, and helped up with the menu since this was the first time we had gone. The food was magnificent!! We had the Chilin Sea Bass and the Braised Pork. We are already planning on going back!!” – Craig T.
(210) 824 – 8686
SILO @ 1604
Since 2010, Listed as one of OpenTable’s Top American US Restaurants & rated as one of Zagat’s Top Local Picks. SILO Elevated Cuisine is sure to bring delight to all your senses. Enjoy creative, world-class cuisine served with meticulous attention to detail in a casual yet elegant dining environment.
(210) 483 – 8989
SILO Terrace Oyster Bar
Modern Classic take on the Oyster Bar. Featuring the freshest oysters from East Coast boutique harvesters and American Seafood prepared with meticulous attention to detail in a casual yet elegant dining environment. Seating also available in two private dining rooms and a covered outdoor rooftop Oyster Bar.
(210) 698 – 2002
“Fantastic menu, pleasant ambience, exceptional food, wonderful service. It’s a little ‘different’ than most restaurants, but you’re sure to love it. Perfect for a party of two on a special date night.”
Founded in 1978, we have been fire-roasting our famous salsa and mixing our legendary margaritas for 35 years, serving an average of 450 guests daily—that’s right, 6,000 (or more) happy diners enjoy the restaurant each week. That’s an amazing feat for a San Antonio Mexican restaurant that started as little more than a taco stand in a former neighborhood Dairy Queen.