Restaurant Review: The Granary

The Granary, San Antonio Texas


The Granary in San Antonio, Texas is located within the Pearl complex. They have a great selection of craft beer, along with root beer made in house and offer up delicious food offerings that come from Texas’ agricultural landscape whenever possible. It has a friendly, warm farm to table feel.

We were a party of 12 and the staff at The Granary was extremely attentive and accommodating, which added to our enjoyment of the dining experience.


Even the restrooms, beautifully wallpapered, added to the warm and inviting feel of The Granary.

We chose a seat by the window, which provided a scenic view of their outside porch seating and enjoyed some refreshing hefeweizen.


Their lunch menu offers traditional Texas style BBQ. The homemade buttermilk bread and pickles were beyond addicting!




Succulent beef and pork, truly delicious that went along perfectly with the buttermilk bread, pickles, potato salad and coleslaw… finger licking good!

Next time the Fortuitous Foodies are back in San Antonio a trip back to The Granary will definitely be on our list! We love the Pearl, especially since it is where I (Emily), received my Culinary Arts certification from the CIA and The Granary is an awesome new edition. Their dinner menu transitions from traditional Texas BBQ to a more global representation of the many ways BBQ is brought to the plate.


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