New Years eve menu at best restaurants in San Antonio
Experience New Year’s Eve at What OpenTable Calls One of the Best Restaurants in San Antonio
Biga New Year’s Eve
It seems at the blink of an eye 2018 will be only a memory. Isn’t it time you decided where you will be when the clock strikes 2019?
At Biga, we understand that there are two distinct ways to ring in the New Year. Some like to have an intimate dinner and join their friends later in the evening for the stroke of midnight. Others prefer an evening where dinner is the main event and take a little more time savoring their last bites of the year.
That’s why we’re offering two ways to say goodbye to 2018.
For those with somewhere to be we offer an earlier seating from 5:30 to 7:30pm that will include 4 courses for $65.
Those who are seated after 8:00pm will enjoy a 5 course dinner with live music, party hats & horns and a champagne toast for $100.
Both the early and late seating will have choices for every course and here are some of the items we’ve come up with so far…
BIGA ON THE BANKS
New Year’s Eve 2018
Potted organic salmon with escabeche
House cured capocollo, Pretzel, beer mustard, baby arugula
Smoked natural scallop, crisp pancetta, foie gras lentil ragout, truffles
Chicken Fried Oysters(3) squid ink linguini, Swiss chard, pancetta, mustard Hollandaise
Grilled Bandera quail, Quail egg, onion bacon jam, fingerlings, rye crouton, caraway vinaigrette
Selection of Artisan Cheeses
with marcona almonds, date walnut cake, honey comb, quince paste, toasted bread
Soup and Salads
Lobster bisque, crème fraiche and chervil
Texas gulf shrimp Spring rolls (2)cilantro, mint, iceberg, peanut & chili sauces
Smoky duck with endive, frisee, dried cherries, truffle vinaigrette
Main lobster salad, basil aioli, pickled mushrooms, toast
Bluebonnet baby greens, TX citrus, walnuts, blue cheese, walnut vinaigrette
Romaine Leaves,red pepper Caesar dressing, tiny croutons, parmesan tuile
American Red Snapper,Parisian brown butter gnocchi, root vegetables
Close to Bouillabaisse
Smoked duck breast and braised leg, corn pudding, wilted greens, cranberry compote,
Molasses Duck reduction
11-spiced South Texas Axis venison and Bandera quail, parsnip puree, cranberry braised cabbage
Grilled Beef Tenderloin, corn pudding, asparagus, buttery crab, mushroom veal cream
Spiced Australian Lamb Rack, curried corona beans, tomato date cilantro chutney
Vegetarian Option to be decided
Almond butter cake, poached pears, almond pana cotta, port reduction, almond tuile
Warm gooey chocolate tart, hazelnut brittle, chocolate sauce, gianduia ice cream
Tuxedo cheesecake, strawberries, white choclate crème anglaise
$100 per person
Reward hard work overlooking the Riverwalk holiday lights, only in San Antonio.
“…I am so grateful to you, Rudy and your team for the countless hours of preparation and superb service and kindness extended to me and our group each year. There is no way that any function can be perfect without perfect people working in the background to make it happen – and with such class. You all do exactly that!” -Connie K.
Whether you are thanking your team for working through the meetings/workshops or dining with that important prospect to close the deal – Biga is the place.
Ideal for entertaining important clients or clients to be, and networking events. Highest Zagat rating on the Riverwalk.
“…we have been hosting receptions for years, and I heard positive feedback from many of our guests that this was one of the best, if not THE best, receptions we’ve hosted. People especially loved the venue, beautiful river walk views and ambience. The service was excellent…”. -Lois G.
Spend quality time with key staff and clients, menus to suit every taste for 2 to 400.
“…on behalf of Motorola I want to thank you and the wonderful staff for an outstanding job on our event tonight. The food and the service were fabulous. We had many great comments and that was because of how the Biga team handled the event.” -Rula G.
Keep the focus on the discussions with customized menus , extensive wine list, options on table format and an efficient welcoming staff.
Your RiverWalk Restaurant serves up an unforgettable Thanksgiving Brunch
This year, Thanksgiving at YOUR RiverWalk Restaurant will be even better. The Biga chefs are working tirelessly to impress every member of your family.
Start your Thanksgiving feast with appetizers like hummus with lavosh, spring rolls, deviled eggs topped with caviar, artisan cheeses, smoked salmon nachos, jumbo Gulf shrimp with cocktail sauce, freshly shucked oysters mignonette, ceviche, wild game packets, tuna on won tons with wasabi aioli and pates with Cumberland sauce (just to name a few). Next on your agenda might be salads made with locally grown greens like romaine hearts with red pepper Caesar dressing,vine ripe tomatoes with house pulled mozzarella & hydroponic basil, tangy noodles, and roasted beets (and so much more!).
Now that the little stuff is out of the way you’ll want to get a little more serious. Visit the carving stations set with organic turkey two ways. One on the traditional side: herb roasted turkey and another more contemporary version: cider glazed turkeyboth served with a bevy of your favorite holiday sides like apple-smoked bacon sourdough stuffing, buttermilk bliss mashers, green beans,crunchy onions, cranberry apricot chutney and, of course, turkey gravy. If you have more than turkey on your mind, you’re not alone. Look for black garlic roasted prime rib, Auden’s Kitchen fried chicken, baked ham and Gulf fish a la plancha with charred orange and basil.
Pastry Chefs Amy Delbridge is planning desserts that are especially tempting this year. With sweets like apple galette with rosemary lemon sugar, spiced crème brulee, vanilla almond pear crumble, chocolate strawberries, gingerbread sweet potato trifle with marshmallow cream, chocolate pecan pie, triple chocolate mousse, egg nog eclairs, toffee scones, apple spice bunt cake, sassafras pana cotta, plus an array seasonal pies, boozy brownies and cookies. You may find yourself visiting the desserts at the beginning of your brunch!
…And we haven’t forgotten the kids. Options for younger tastes will be available including their very own dessert table appropriately sized so kids won’t have to depend on taller patrons to help them choose from their own selection cookies, treats and sweets.
Shane and Kim will be stocking the bar with several wines by the bottle and by the glass along with your favorite mixed drinks including the Thanksgiving feature “The Kentucky Apple” (Maker’s Mark, Apple Cider, Apple Bitters served on the rocks).
Thanksgiving Brunch will be November 22 served 11am-7pm.
Adults $65 ~ Kids 12 & Under $28
We book up pretty quickly! Call (210)225-0722 or book online athttps://biga.com/reservations.html.
Credit card required to confirm reservations for Thanksgiving brunches. Cancelations accepted until the day before Thanksgiving (Wednesday November 21) otherwise, a no-show fee will be charged.
Restaurant Week Starts August 11th at YOUR Riverwalk Restaurant
Culinaria’s Restaurant Week has become a San Antonio Tradition where restaurants are asked to participate by creating a 3-course menu at $35. (some restaurants with smaller price point expectations or that serve lunch will be offering their 3 courses for $15)
Culinaria is an organization whose goal is to promote San Antonio as a culinary destination by promoting restaurants, putting on great food events and also helping culinary students with scholarships.
Restaurant Week runs August 11th-25th. Biga is happily participating and here’s the menu…
Restaurant Week Menu available nightly 8/11-8/25
Restaurant Week Menu
3 course $35
The menu at Biga is updated daily. This menu may be a little different on the night you dine.
$2 included for donation to Culinaria
Summer squash and Texas tomato soup with basil, noodles and Parmesan
Arugula and Spanish chorizo salad, chickpeas, peppers, onion, shallot sherry vinaigrette
Texas Gulf Coast fish green ceviche, tomatillos, cucumber, aqua de chile
Moroccan spiced lamb balls, apricots, yogurt, almonds
Tempura shrimp, chilled chili lime rice noodles, peanuts, watermelon, mint
Pan seared natural scallops, soft polenta, fancy mushrooms, saffron corn cream
Grilled Berkshire pork chop, sweet and sour peppers, marjoram potato salad
Wagyu beef burger, lettuce, tomato, onion, mushroom foie gras aioli, fritz and pickles
Ratatouille style vegetables, pasta sheet, chili garlic oil
Sticky Toffee Pudding with English Custard,
Vanilla Cheesecake, Lemon curd, Blueberry compote, Citrus tuile
Dark Chocolate Mousse, Coconut cocoa nib crust, Mango coulis, Coconut cream
Be sure to MAKE RESERVATIONS!
Culinaria actually does a couple of Restaurant Weeks during the year. One in January and one in September. This coming January, Boerne and New Braunfels will also be participating.
More details about Culinaria, Restaurant Week and other participants can be found at
What RiverWalk Restaurant has a daily happy hour? Biga!
Now that summer is upon us, you may be asking yourself “what Riverwalk restaurant has a daily happy hour?”
50% off select appetizers and wine by the glass daily until 6:30
Well, if you’re a “Super Privileged Foodie” than you already know that 50% pricing is a perfect way to end a work day or kick off a night out on the town!
Every day from 5pm-6:30 the Biga Bar is offering most appetizers and wine by the glass at half-price!
Even better, we’ll have some featured cocktails for $6!
SPF 50 Happy Hour will be all summer long at the Biga Bar 5pm-6:30. Prefer seating in the dining room? Well,
no problem! The same SPF 50 promotion can be enjoyed 5:30-6:30 at a table in the dining room or seated on the patio.
Bar opens at 5pm and seating is on a first come first serve basis. Dining room opens at 5:30 and reservations are encouraged (walk-ins usually easily accommodated, the earlier, the better!). Promotions ends at 6:30, discount only applies to select items ordered no later than 6:30.
If you find yourself comfortable at the bar and decide to have a full-on dinner look to our 3 Course Summer Prix Fix Menu. Available all night at the bar, this menu offers a choice of soup or salad for the first course followed with 2 entrees and desserts from which to select.
..Think that 3 course seems like a lot of food, especially after snacking during happy hour? Most of our entrees are available in half portions when seated at the bar.