Houston-based Brenner’s Steakhouse plans to bring its upscale vibe to the San Antonio River Walk, according to a local media report.
Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission records show that an entity named LNY Losoya Restaurant LLC applied for a permit for the space at 215 Losoya St. this month, on San Antonio Business Journal reports.
Houston-based restaurant giant Landry’s Inc. is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under “LNY”, of course, and Brenner’s is one of the group’s premium brands. Currently, two Brenner’s establishments serve the guests of the city H.
The Brenner’s chain website shows interior and exterior photos of the posh restaurants, where patrons can enjoy steaks ranging from prime rib and cuts on the bone to specialties such as Texas Akaushi wagyu ribeye. Brenner’s boasts of a “high-end dress code”, which the site describes as “dress-down” business.
The website lists the two Houston restaurants but does not yet mention a location in San Antonio.
Brenner’s new space in San Antonio was previously occupied by Austin-based Gourdough’s until it was “temporarily” closed in March 2020 at the start of the pandemic. The donut chain’s location in Alamo City filed for bankruptcy two months later. However, two Austin sites are still operational, according to Instagram.
The Business journal did not report an opening date for Brenner’s first San Antonio location.
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