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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:
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm,
Sunday Brunch: 10:00am-3:00pm
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
Private Party Facilities:
Whether you are planning a formal dinner or just a causal social hour, Tre Enoteca is the perfect location for your next event. Our exclusive private dining room seats up to 30. Call today for availability.
Private Party Contact:
Liza Hill-Rodriguez: (210) 289-4955
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Tre Enoteca Ratings and Reviews
Everything was AMAZING!!!! We began the even with a bottle of wine at the bar with our favorite bartender Ray. Once at our table we started with orzo which was cooked to perfection. My husband had pizza and I had a New York strip cooked perfectly by Chef Ernesto. We also had an amazing market salad. We finished the night with coffee and dessert. Our waiter Duane was OUTSTANDING! An absolute wonderful evening! One of our favorite places!
Just another great experience!! Of course this time is was Valentines Day and Executive Chef/Owner Jason Dady put together a wonderful 4 course meal everyone could pick and enjoy from. Service here is always top notch. If you haven't stopped in before, I highly recommend the goat cheese grill cheeses with tomato jam to start and The Refresher drink to compliment it.
An overall disappointing dinner. The exterior lighting and signage was very poor so we walked all around the complex before finding the place. The salad was served on a hot-from-the dishwasher plate. NY Strip steak was undercooked and had to be sent back. Salmon was overly salted. The pasta dishes were good. Dessert was made from Sara Lee pound cake which was subsequently grilled in butter on a flat top producing an even heavier dish.
It's not really fair to judge a restaurant by the special menu served on Valentine's Day. We were travelling, and this seemed like a nice option. Signage is lacking, and we wandered quite a bit in the cold weather before finding the restaurant. Service was friendly but slow. The bar sent the wrong bottle of bubbly to the table, but we took it. Food was unexceptional. I did take issue with the under-cooked beans, which split in half instead of mushing between the teeth. Beans should not be on the under-cooked side. Our waiter checked with the chef, who said it was intentional. I guess he thought it was like serving snappy veggies, but those beans were a tummy ache waiting to happen. The mushroom orecchiette were delicious. If we lived in the area, we'd try it again on a regular evening.
We first get to the restaurant and wait 10 minutes to be seated , even though we had a reservation . Then we get our fresh cut mozzarella and the bread was extremely salty. Then we receive our entrees which were pasta. The gnocchis were fine though a bit bland. The pasta with mushrooms were also extremely salty. Paid $80 including 2 glasses of wine. Too much for nothing memorable. I miss the Italian food in nyc
We tried Tre Enoteca for Restaurant Week and the food was wonderful. They featured a cauliflower bisque that was truly amazing. We added the wine pairing which was a nice touch and very tasty. We also tried the golden beet appetizer and grilled goat cheese sandwhiches with tomato jam from the normal menu; they were both excellent.
The ambiance is rustic and relaxing, yet chic. We really enjoyed the experience.
Our server was awesome. We made a reservation and were the only people there for an hour and a half. Our server made us have a great time. He was very generous, helped us make good decisions on the menu, and kept us entertained with his humor. I expected the menu to be more interesting and the flavors in the pasta to be more pronounced. This would be a nice spot to go with big groups and please everyone.
We tried Tre Enoteca for Restaurant Week. We walked to the restaurant, which was a big plus!!!
We were seated at our reservation time and the service was good, however the place is very plain with almost nothing on the walls or tables. Perhaps that is the look that is desired, however a table cloth and candle or vase on the table would have improved the experience for me. A basket of bread or crackers with the drinks would also have been appreciated.
My husband had the Market Cut beef which he really enjoyed; it was cooked to perfection! He also enjoyed his Nutella dessert, though he said the Caprese salad was too salty.
I had the Ceaser salad, which was way too salty, followed by the Oven Fired Chicken which was really disappointing. I was very surprised to be served a small attached thigh and leg, which were very salty, atop a grain with kale. The grain and kale were ok. My dessert, the Pound Cake with Marscipone and Fruit was excellent! All the Restaurant Week menu items were from the regular dinner menu, so you can have them on any visit. They have a decent drink/wine menu and outdoor seating for nice weather.
I will take my husband here for his upcoming birthday as we can walk there and he really loved the beef he had.
Everything was amazing on our Jan. 13 trip here. We love this place because it's right across the street from our home. We shared an appetizer of cheese, nuts and bread with a bottle of wine at the bar. All were fantastic. At our table for dinner we had another bottle of outstanding wine. The market salad was amazing and the chicken parm that I had was out of this world. (Be warned as the portion of the chicken parm is enough for a small army!!!) my husband had the fish which was also amazing. We finished off the night with coffee and dessert. We had a great time!!! We spent about $350 but that was because of the great bottles of wine. A great bargain in my book!
We have been long time fans and patrons of the original Tre Trattoria in Alamo Heights, and the original Bin 555. Enoteca's menu was a little more "challenging" for me than Trattoria when they first opened, but in its latest version I actually prefer it to the original.
We have actually eaten here twice in the past week, and everything in this most recent visit was simply stellar: the quality and freshness of the ingredients, the service, and the ambiance. It doesn't really matter how good the food if it is sitting in the kitchen getting cold, or you spend your entire meal trying to track down your server. This night was completely packed, but the manager John kept things humming with a large party and limited staff.
We enjoyed the New Year's Day Brunch and it was fabulous! Our server made wonderful recommendations and was very attentive. The brunch selections were all outstanding and it was difficult to select one! We had a wonderful family brunch...very delicious and very relaxing. We will be back!
You have to discover this hidden gem. Outstanding Jason Dady foodie food in a warm inviting atmosphere. Excellent rustic Italian cuisine. From Italian country comfort food like the gnocchi with lamb ragu to the creative fish dishes to the savory wood fired pizzas and the rich burrata, Tre Enoteca serves up great food in a cool ambience. Here you'll enjoy a romantic dinner for two or a great group gathering.
The service is top notch and the bar is excellent. So make it to the back of the Alley on Bitters. It's closer than you think. And so worth it.
We tried Tre after a poor experience with its previous Asian incarnation. This was better but not by much. Of the 3 menu items 2 were good (not great) and one was not consumed. Issue was greater with service, they were clearly understaffed, tables left unbussed for 15+ minutes and an overwhelmed waiter. I'll try it again but my fiancé not so willing.
We had been working hard all day and wanted a nice place to relax and have a great meal !
We gave short notice but our table was ready for us when we arrived! Felt right at home
and had great service! Will certainly go again! ALREADY PLANNING A BIG FAMILY GET TOGETHER!!
You'd be happy with just their amazing appetizers alone. The deviled eggs, pulled mozzarella, burrata, white beans, beets, and orzo were all delicious. But, save some room for the pastas. The bolognese was a favorite, and the bucatini and clams and pesto also outstanding. Wonderful food, great service, beautiful and quaint space.
This is the second time I've dined at Tre, and I do no think there will be a third. I was looking forward to getting the house-pulled mozzarella I'd enjoyed so much in my first visit. However, the cheese was extremely rubbery instead of soft and buttery as it had been previously. It was difficult to even cut it. Service was exceedingly slow, even though there were only three other very small groups of diners. Dinner took about 30 minutes to arrive. The portions were more than generous. The lasagna special was in a casserole pan, large enough to feed a small family! There was no perceptible different taste to the Wagyu beef that was advertised to be in the lasagna - it was just like ordinary hamburger meat. The lasagna was just okay - the sauce was devoid of seasoning. The Campanelle Bolognese was very good, though. Just overall, nothing special - there is much better ambience, service and Italian cuisine to be had elsewhere in town, including my own kitchen.
Everything about this place is great. Walking into a place that recognizes you, knows your name, and puts you with one of the best servers is an awesome feeling. I love going here, whether it's a special occasion, a quiet dinner, or happy hour, is my go to.
I don't think I'll ever go back to this place. I got mislead by the almost 5-star rating of this place.
First, it is a little strange location in the back of a plaza, which is not properly indicated. Service
was extremely slow. It took about 10 minutes for the server to show up. The place was empty and there was no noticeable bottleneck anywhere else.
The place features an open kitchen which is not visually appealing, looks a little dirty and messy from the outside.
The lighting and the environment overall were good, the outside patio is nice, but completely underused.
Seemed like the place was good for brick-oven pizza, so we decided to order a mushroom pizza and burrata. The flavors were ok, but not extraordinary. If I may offer another better alternative in terms of price/quality go to Doug Pizzeria Napolitana.
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