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Dining Options at La Villita
A Walking Tour of La Villita
Even the four restaurants inside La Villita have historical ties. The Little Rhein Steak House (pictured), was originally a home and store built back in 1856. At the time, this was predominantly a German neighborhood. It became a restaurant in 1967.

La Villita Eateries:

Fig Tree Restaurant
418 Villita,#2600
San Antonio, TX 78205
210-224-1976
Originally the Gray/Guilbeau house, its purchase dates back to the mid 1800s. It was turned into a restaurant in 1970 and currently serves steak, seafood, lamb and continental cuisine.

Guadalajara Grill
418 Villita, #1800
San Antonio, TX 78205
210-222-1992
The original McAllister House is believed to be built in both caliche and limestone. The land was bought in the mid 1800s. This restaurant has been serving Tex-Mex cuisine at La Villita for more than two decades.

La Villita Cafe:
418 Villita, #900
San Antonio, TX 78205
210-223-4700
Although not a historic building, the Bolivar Cafe (better known as La Villita Cafe) was made to mirror the style of vintage military posts. It serves a lot of favorite American staples like sandwiches, ice cream and coffee.

Little Rhein Steak House
418 Villita, #2700
San Antonio, TX 78205
210-225-2111
Little Rhein offers patio style dining with a menu filled with seafood, steak, fine wine and more.

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