Discover Casa Rio: A Taste of Authentic San Antonio
Step into a world of rich history and culinary tradition at Casa Rio, San Antonio's first riverside business. Since its establishment in 1946 by Alfred F. Beyer, Casa Rio has been an integral part of the city's Riverwalk, pioneering the use of canoes, gondolas, and paddle boats that evolved into today's tour and dinner boats.
Casa Rio is not only a symbol of San Antonio's vibrant history, but also a testament to its Spanish Colonial roots. Situated on land granted in 1777 by the King of Spain, the charming hacienda features original cedar door and window lintels, a cozy fireplace, and thick rock walls that transport guests back in time.
Indulge in the delectable flavors of traditional San Antonio Tex-Mex cuisine at Casa Rio. Their original Regular Plate, introduced in 1946, continues to satisfy taste buds with a mouth-watering combination of tamales, enchiladas, chili, rice, and beans. Despite ever-changing food trends, Casa Rio remains committed to authenticity and never disappoints with its diverse and flavorful menu.
Please note that Casa Rio does not accept reservations, as it is a high volume, multi-level restaurant. Guests are seated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Casa Rio is open for your dining pleasure from 11 AM to 10 PM, Sunday through Thursday, and from 11 AM to 11 PM on Fridays and Saturdays. Experience the enchanting atmosphere and savor the tastes of San Antonio's heritage at Casa Rio today.