About Bella On the River
Bella On the River is conveniently located on San Antonio's famed Riverwalk. This local independently owned Restaurant and Wine bar features an elusive Riverwalk Patio and Southern European, mostly Mediterranean cuisine. Bella boast a unique historic atmosphere with natural limestone rock and red brick walls, allowing for a cozy yet fun intimate setting. Don't miss out on live piano jazz, six night a week from t-10pm.
Grilled Salmon Fillet 26
Cucumber Dill Sauce, Cucumber Slaw
Pizza Bella 15
Mozzarella and Fontina Cheese, with 3 Toppings
Chicken Breast, Chorizo, Saffron Rice, Roasted Vegetables
Lamb Chops 38
Grilled Coriander and Cumin Cured Lamb Chops, Mint Persillade
Braised Pork 18
Braised Pork Shoulder, Soft Polenta, Pickled Red Onions, Sage
Rib Eye Steak 38
Grilled USDA Choice Boneless Rib Eye Steak, Heirloom Tomato and Basil Relish
Shrimp & Chicken Piccata 26
Sautéed Texas Gulf Shrimp & Chicken Breast, Artichoke Hearts, Baby Bella Mushrooms, Capers
Veal Scaloppini 28
Lightly Dusted, Sautéed Veal Cutlets, Brown Butter, Sicilian Peppers, Capers, Grilled Lemon
Pasta Bella 18
House-made Farfalle Pasta, Pomadoro Sauce, Green Peas, Baby Bella Mushrooms, Fresh Market Vegetables
Acenar is one of the most innovative Mexican restaurants on San Antonio’s Riverwalk. Here you can enjoy traditional Mexican dishes with a new age flare, that take you back to the old time heritage of Mexico while still bringing you something new.
At Bella on the River you can enjoy southern European cuisine, in a comfortable intimate setting and on their exclusive Riverwalk patio.
At Sumo Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi bar you are treated to a feast and a show as the chefs create spectacular Japanese dishes right in front of your eyes.
At Restaurant Gwendolyn in downtown San Antonio, you can enjoy upscale American cuisine created using local ingredients, and prepared by hand like they did before the break of the industrial revolution.
Azuca located in downtown San Antonio Provides exceptional service, and unique Nuevo Latino Cuisine. They do fusion very well. Be sure to go Friday and Saturday nights for Salsa and Merengue dancing.
From Rug-rats to Old Farts, from High-Class to No-Class, from the Top of the Food Chain, to the Bottom of the Barrel, it’s FUN FOR ALL AND ALL IN FUN FOR THOSE WHO DARE TO ENTER! Sit back and watch, or join in the fun.