321 Alamo Plaza Suite 300 (3rd Floor) San Antonio Tx 78205
(210) 377 1718
At the alamo
1718 Steak House
Our restaurant name commemorates the year of the foundation of the City of San Antonio
Proudly serving Stock yards Steaks
Starting as a family business in 1893 by the Pollack family in Chicago has a tradition of offering the very best steaks from traditionally raised Midwestern Stock
The only steakhouse with the best view of the Alamo
The Alamo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a place that is worth enjoying.
The view from our restaurant embraces the most beautiful and representative buildings of our city, do not miss the chance to spend an evening in a historic building enjoying our excellent service and remembering history.
Steak perfection takes time
We take pride in delivering exceptional quality steaks, USDA Prime. And we know that great quality does not require more than just salt and pepper!.
Have a drink at
Do not miss this opportunity to enjoy a pleasant evening with our best cocktails or a glass of wine and enjoy the unique view of the Alamo.
With our top-quality liquors a laidback and friendly atmosphere we are sure it will be an unforgettable experience.
Chocolate Old Fashioned
High West Double Rye, sugar, orange bitters, fee Bros Aztec chocolate bitters and orange zest
The official drink of the San Antonio cocktail conference Herradura Añejp Tequila, agave nectar, angostura bitters, chocolate bitters and grapefruit peel
A classic Manhattan made with Rebecca Creek Texas Whiskey, sweet and dry vermouth
El Jimador Tequila, Creme de Cassis, lime, cayenne pepper, and ginger ale
Absolut Elyx, St. Germain, lemon, simple syrup and a splash cranberry served in a copper
The S. Alamo
Alkkemist, lemon, simple syrup, and mint
Dripping Springs Vodka, Ancho Reyes, lime juice and gingerale
3rd Floor Coffee
Kahlua, Baileys, Frangelico, and coffee (hot or iced) cinnamon, nutmeg, and cream (optional)
Treaty oak rum, lime juice , agave nectar and fresh jalapeños.
Blood & Sand
Blended Scotch, sweet vermouth, Cherry Heering, orange juice, and flamed orange zest
Waterloo Gin, Dolin Vermouth, and Campari.