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About Tre Enoteca
Chef Jason Dady's Tre Enoteca features Wood Oven Pizzas, Antipasti, Fresh Pasta Entrees and delicious Desserts, including our signature Nutella X3. Full wine list, cocktails and beer selections compliment the menu. Gluten Free Pasta is available.
Join us Wednesdays for Cast Iron Fried Chicken & Fridays for Wagyu Meatballs with Spaghetti.
With a beautiful patio and outdoor fireplace, now is the perfect time to enjoy Tre Enoteca!
Call us for phone reservations at (210)496-0555.
Now Accepting Reservations for Graduation and Private Dining.
in the back
San Antonio, TX 78216
Italian, Modern Tuscan, Contemporary Italian
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Saturday
4:00pm - 10:00pm
The Alley at Bitters & Savannah Pass
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Dining & Catering
Jason Dady Restaurants offers a complimentary comprehensive private dining planning and event coordination with a selection of packages that can accommodate parties from 6 to 300 people for weddings, rehearsal dinners, birthdays, anniversaries, corporate events, pharma seminars and in-home catering. Parties may be hosted at our 4 venues or at the location of your choice.
We take pride in working with you to customize your event, tailoring it to your budget by providing value and attention in each detail of your event.
Located at The Alley on Bitters, there is plenty of parking and some covered parking.
Chef Jason Dady & Team
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Tre Enoteca Ratings and Reviews
We made reservations here for Valentine's Day even though we had never been before. It exceeded our expectations! Food was fantastic, the staff was very friendly and the service was quick. We couldnt have been happier. We recommend to anyone looking for good Italian food at a decent price. We will definitely go back.
Found this place on Uber Eats and decided to dress up and go there. It was amazing food was perfect and original yet extremely authentic Italian. We returned for Valentines this year and WOW the prefix menu was outstanding and four course each large enough for a meal itself along with perfect wine pairings. I’m not going to judge you for not trying this place but... it probably will change your life.
Not a great experience
Waited to be seated as Maitre de was talking on phone
Restaurant was very slow so unsure why we even waited
And then once seated
I asked waiter how his day wac going and the
Waiter told my wife and I he will be happy when day is over
We asked what the specials were and he pointed to the menu and told me it was on menu
So we took check and decided to eat somewhere else after we had ordered drinks
Too bad the restaurant looked cute and many work staff standing around to serve
So I guess our waiter was the unlucky selection for us
Great food and service! We were seated in one of the smaller rooms and were having a wonderful time until a very large, loud party entered. It was very hard to hear each other after they arrived. I know this isn’t the restaurants fault, but it did mar our otherwise lovely evening. Next time we will request to be seated by smaller parties.
We sat at the bar and had martinis and Alex the bartender was awesome! We ordered a cheese and meat tray and they were out of cheese. They were out of the first three expensive bottles of wine we ordered at our table. However, after speaking with the manager about it he gave us a great deal on another expensive bottle. Although our waiter never told us his name and he was a little snarky, he did refill our wine and water frequently. We had market salad and Cesar salad and they were excellent. I had the gnocchi and it was amazing. My husband had the pasta with meat sauce and it was delicious. The food was amazing but sometimes it seems Jason Dady has so many restaurants and they are good but could be great with a little more attention to details. I mean who is out of cheese and wine at an Italian restaurant???? We will be back because we so want this restaurant to be good consistently!
I have frequented this restaurant numerous times and usually enjoy it. However, on this occasion I was very disappointed with the service. The waiter approached our table immediately when we sat down to get our drink order, but we told him we needed a few more minutes. Then we didn’t see him again for at least 15 minutes and had to call him over to the table. He apologized and told us they were short handed. ( there were only about 5 other tables occupied. ) since he didn’t know about the wines, he sent the bartender over who was very knowledgeable and also refilled our now empty water glasses for us. We got our wine and placed our food order, which took about 20 minutes. Again we had to call our waiter over to refill our water glasses. The food was also marginal. I like my pasta il dente, but it was more like cardboard and my friend did not find her main course very tasty either.
Then the lights went out, which is no fault of the restaurant. However, we waited thirty minutes and no one coming back to our table, we finally had to ask for our bill and were told they would only be able to take cash.
I’m hoping this was just a fluke and an off day. Since I have had good experiences here before, I will try it again.
This place was great! Food was awesome, great ambiance and really a great place. The service was REALLY slow though. It took us over 2 hours from the time we were seated before we got our check. Our waiter was awesome and apologized quite a few times for the delays, but it could've been about a 1/2 hour shorter dinner in my opinion. It might have just been an off night for that, but the friendliness of the staff and the delicious food made up for it.
Matt, the manager, and our server Zaresh (sp?) were great. We didn't have any issues, but Matt stopped by to make sure we were enjoying our meal.
When we first ordered, we told our server that we have an onion allergy, and he was very attentive and informative, and checked several times with the manager, the kitchen staff, and us, to be sure we were satisfied.
We will definitely be back. It's in a great location, so is perfect for work gatherings, too.
Went for Restaurant Week, food was excellent but a few things that can be improved on is: we ordered a bottle of wine and they did not have red wine glasses. A bottle of Alamo ale was ordered and then told they didn’t have it. This was all at 6:30 the drinks were ok quite a while to get to us. Overall we probably will not visit again food was good, but for the money spent we feel we were not taken care of properly dinner took 2hours
I was a little disappointed. I felt that what they called "wood-fired" was a little burnt especially the toast and family style lasagna. The lasagna was also over-salted in some places. In contrast, the burrata was tasteless and needed the jelly to make it interesting. The fingerling potatoes were dry and the brussels sprouts had too much char. Both victims of being over-cooked. Fortunately, the server was zealous about the kale side dish which was the best side of the three.
Great food. Wait staff is a little green. Creative food and very tasty. My wife likes salt and commented when we went in "...this is one of those no salt on the table restaurants." But she was pleasantly surprised as nothing needed added salt. All the items were well seasoned and the parmesan cheese added flavor that was yum. It was explained to us the standard menu changes every 3 months.
We will be going back.
We were seated in the nain dining room close to the open kitchen. The oveepoweing music coming over the sound system combined with the racket made by the loudest kitchen I have ever experienced made conversation impossible.
The food was excellent but overpriced. The service was superb. However, we aren’t inclined to return due to the inexcusable racket.
Tre Enoteca was a surprisingly good value. I did not realize there was a prix fixe menu only the night we went (it was a holiday), but the meal consisted of quite a bit of food for the price. We ate four courses, and took food home. One of my courses (a pasta bolognese) was only alright,
not fantastic, but the rest of the food servings was very good. My husband's second course--a lamb ragu pasta dish, was exceptional. I opted for the wine pairing with the meal, and like the food, the servings were very generous and well suited to the food. We would recommend this restaurant.
Unfortunately we were there as the seasonal menu was changing. Certain entrees were not available, several wine selections were also unavailable or only one bottle remaining. Hand pulled mozzarella was fabulous as well as the meat and cheese board. Entrees were unique and interesting.
This has been a favorite restaurant since it was Bin 555 a few years ago. I and my friends really miss the Crab Croquettes that were on the menu when this place operated as Bin 555.
That being said, the current menu and food are delicious.
The wait staff is usually very friendly and knowlegable. However, they can be a bit neglectful at times.
The ambiance is charming and comfortable.
Disappointed. Tre has been my go to restaurant for years. Love it. But this time so different. Waiter was making us rush. Not letting us enjoy our cocktail a second before hammering us to order. He also picked up my wine before I was done. The food was okay but not at the usual top level. But the worst was the smell from the bathroom. Not sure if they were having issues but I smelt cheap cinnamon bathroom spray all night. It was horrible.
Atmosphere is casual and relaxed. We dined on a Wed. and there were few other tables occupied, so service was quick without being rushed. They were out of the wine we chose, but the server suggested another one of similar price which was very nice. We all had the lobster bisque, which had good flavor, but was a bit too thick and heavy, almost a pudding more than a soup. Unfortunately, our pasta dishes were less than delicious. The fettucini with sausage, pesto and tomato jam had too many discordant flavors that just didn't mesh well. The pesto was so thick and dry it did not coat the noodles, and the sausage was cooked to a char that overwhelmed its relatively mild spices. My husband's duck confit pasta had wonderfully tender meat, but the dish had been rather heavily over-salted. We have dined at Tre Enoteca before, and had wonderful food, but our choices didn't quite measure up this time.
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