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Silo Elevated Cuisine
American Restaurant$$
Today 5:30 – 10:00 pm
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1133 Austin Hwy San Antonio, TX 78209
1133 Austin HwyUSTXSan Antonio78209
$$American Restaurant, Fine Dining RestaurantToday 5:30 – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSunday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:00 pm
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Elevated bistro with inspired New American fare, wine & brunch, plus a bar scene on the lower level.- Google
People talk about pork shank, shrimp and grits, spinach salad, tenderloin and chocolate mousse
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Ethan Jacoby
reviewed 2 months ago
The food here is consistently excellent. While all the entrees we’ve had have been good, we tend to gravitate toward the seafood dishes. The seafood dishes are always a pleasant surprise in a city where good seafood can be very hard to find. Servers are friendly and knowledgeable about the menu, and the atmosphere is pleasant. Silo is easily one of our favorite restaurants in San Antonio.
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R.J. Armstrong
reviewed 5 months ago
I would give it 5 stars for these reasons: great place for a family reunion brunch & great service (they even put up with my angry uncle). However, they only get 1 star for these reasons: their menu is a lie and the owner does not care. Two examples: 1) The "Roasted Beet Salad: Hydroponic greens, blood orange supremes & Humboldt Fog goat cheese." The greatest sin was to substitute a cheap goat cheese for the Humboldt Fog. Of all things, for the love of god and cheese, do not claim that you have Humboldt Fog & substitute a cheap goat cheese instead; that's sacrilege. The blood orange supremes were actually canned mandarin oranges. Pretty sure the radicchio & mixed mesclun were not hydroponic, considering they were the same greens everyone else had on their plates, labeled under a different name. 2) "Grand Mariner Challah French Toast: Fresh berries & grade 'A' Vermont maple syrup". No Grand Mariner. No Challah bread, just Texas toast. And, worst of all, a cheap corn-syrup based maple-flavor syrup. I'm sure Vermonters would call that sacrilege as well. We didn't want to say anything at the time since it was our family reunion & I didn't want to act like my angry Uncle, so my wife called when we got home. After talking to the manager, the owner "Patrick" had no interest in listening to our comments about the inaccuracies of the menu and was not even ashamed to admit that they have never really had blood oranges... ever.
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Philip Takacs
reviewed 5 months ago
MY WIFE AN I HAVE ENJOYED THIS LOCATION FOR SEVERAL YEARS AND THE FLAVORS ARE WONDERFUL AND THE SERVICE IS GREAT. TONIGHT, WE EXPERIENCED THE SAME EXCEPT THIS TIME THE DINNER PORTIONS LOOKED SMALLER THAN THE LUNCH PORTIONS. I WAS NOT SATISFIED AND HAD A SANDWICH WHEN I GOT HOME. MY WIFE'S DISH WAS EVEN SMALLER AND YOU CAN IMAGINE WHAT I WENT THROUGH THE ENTIRE TIME. THE MANAGER WAS ON STAFF BUT THIS WAS A DECISION THAT WAS OBVIOUSLY MADE BY OWNERSHIP. WE THOUGHT MAYBE WE WERE BEING CRITICAL UNTIL THE COUPLE NEXT TO US COMMENTED ON THEIR PORTION SIZE TOO. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER CUT PORTION SIZE. THIS IS THE WORST THING TO DO TO CUT COSTS. ALWAYS LOOK IN THE MIRROR FIRST AND ASK YOURSELF WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING ABOUT MY BUSINESS. IF YOU ARE SMART YOU WILL REALIZE IT IS YOUR CUSTOMER AND YOUR EMPLOYEE. I HOPE YOU ABANDON THIS LOSING STRATEGY OR WE WILL TAKE OUR DISCRETIONARY DOLLARS ELSEWHERE. EATING AT SILO IS A LUXURY AND YOU MUST NOT FORGET THAT. TAKE HEED.
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jennifer cox
reviewed 5 months ago
The only reason I rated this place any stars was because the food was amazing. I had the salmon, which was so moist and delicious! The mashed potatoes is just as great. Everything i have tried is good. The service deserves no stars!! The bartender downstairs acted like everyone at the bar was inconveniencing him to ask for a drink. very unfriendly. The waiter was not much better had attitude and i heard another couple complain to the manager while I was there about a different waiter. I guess everyone was having a bad day at the same time??? kind of ridiculous. If you could just get the food to go here and not deal with the staff this place would be amazing.
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Bob Wills
reviewed 4 months ago
We have been there twice in the last 2 weeks....once for a dinner a week ago and last night for our Christmas Party. The food was awesome with great plate presentation and very attentative service. The place was hopping and I thought it would take a while to get our food, but I was dead wrong! Kudo's to the entire staff....but mostly the chef!
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Bryn Harrington
reviewed a year ago
The contemporary food is top notch-- prepared well, served well. This is a very classy, expensive place, with dim lighting and sleek decor. I have ordered everything from duck, quail, beef tenderloin, risotto...and the food has never been disappointing. The servers are very knowledgeable and friendly. The wine list is extensive. Highly recommended for an elegant dinner. The bar downstairs can vary--sometimes it is dead, but the occasional live music usually brings a small crowd and a little atmosphere.
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