The Esquire Tavern

★★★★★
  • 155 E Commerce St

    San Antonio, TX 78205

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  • 210-222-2521

About The Esquire Tavern

Hours
Thu-Sat: 11am-2am, Sun-Wed: 11am-12am

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A native San Antonion who has frequented The Esquire and brought guests from around the world to enjoy and embrace this beautiful San Antonio bar was SLAPPED in the face when I went in today with guests!! The new owner had the sence to

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★★★★★

A native San Antonion who has frequented The Esquire and brought guests from around the world to enjoy and embrace this beautiful San Antonio bar was SLAPPED in the face when I went in today with guests!! The new owner had the sence to

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My husband and I went two times for lunch. We found it on the River Walk where you have to walk up a tall metal staircase. The atmosphere is really western bar/saloon without being overdone. The drinks are pricey but good and everything is

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★★★★★

My husband and I went two times for lunch. We found it on the River Walk where you have to walk up a tall metal staircase. The atmosphere is really western bar/saloon without being overdone. The drinks are pricey but good and everything is

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I love this place! The decor is awesome it is a place you can go to relax and have great food by yourself or with friends! The potato tacos are excellent but are a little spicy so watch out... The Bloody Marys are very good also but

3
★★★★★

I love this place! The decor is awesome it is a place you can go to relax and have great food by yourself or with friends! The potato tacos are excellent but are a little spicy so watch out... The Bloody Marys are very good also but

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my husband and I discovered a great old bar on the Riverwalk while visiting San Antonio a couple of weeks ago. Come to find out, it has a long rich history.

Our first visit, we sat at a table and enjoyed the bar food - deviled eggs,

3
★★★★★

my husband and I discovered a great old bar on the Riverwalk while visiting San Antonio a couple of weeks ago. Come to find out, it has a long rich history.

Our first visit, we sat at a table and enjoyed the bar food - deviled eggs,

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Over priced,always will run out of domestic beer,not a place where the little guy can sit with bankers and such.The prices I believe are meant to keep out the little guy and the riff raff besides that It was ok ,great staff nice chicks and

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★★★★★

Over priced,always will run out of domestic beer,not a place where the little guy can sit with bankers and such.The prices I believe are meant to keep out the little guy and the riff raff besides that It was ok ,great staff nice chicks and

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I was in San Antonio for a conference the last two days, and got the Esquire as a recommendation from the hotel concierge. The bar had just re-opened the previous Friday, and there weren't any recent-opening snags in service. The staff

3
★★★★★

I was in San Antonio for a conference the last two days, and got the Esquire as a recommendation from the hotel concierge. The bar had just re-opened the previous Friday, and there weren't any recent-opening snags in service. The staff

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Well the place just re-opened, it looks great inside, very inviting and the drink menu looks interesting. Didnt care for the homemade ketchup or my puled pork sandwich, so lunch there again wont be happening.\r
Saw the new owner on the way

3
★★★★★

Well the place just re-opened, it looks great inside, very inviting and the drink menu looks interesting. Didnt care for the homemade ketchup or my puled pork sandwich, so lunch there again wont be happening.\r
Saw the new owner on the way

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At one time it was a fun place to hang out out, that would have been in the late 80's to early 90'. Then time caught up to it and the people changed and found other places to go to and not a lot of people hanged out there. Now it has closed for a remolding but has yet to open. was suppose to open in the Summer of 2008, but still hasn't. maybe the economy hs also caught up with that idea of it ever reopening.

1
★★★☆☆

At one time it was a fun place to hang out out, that would have been in the late 80's to early 90'. Then time caught up to it and the people changed and found other places to go to and not a lot of people hanged out there. Now it has closed for a remolding but has yet to open. was suppose to open in the Summer of 2008, but still hasn't. maybe the economy hs also caught up with that idea of it ever reopening.

Pros: cheap beer and drinks

Cons: rowdy crowd

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Great bar for cheap drinks and entertainment. I had a blast, where in town can you get 2 dollar well drinks and 1.75 long neck miller lite. The 79 foot bar is a must see, just amazing, feel sorry for the bartenders on a busy night. The staff was not that friendly and some of them can not speak english. I know that me and my wife had a older man I could not understand a word he said, and he talked so loud that my wife wanted to leave. I observed him yelling at the bartenders, just hope you don't get him to wait on you. I think his name was George, not sure. No bar stools, was a draw back we wanted to sit at the bar. The place is a little run down, the bathrooms are real old and didn't appear to be ever cleaned. Rough crowd later at night. Mostly local hispanics frequent from my observations. We met the manager a guy named Earl what a nice man and very friendly. This could really be a hot spot if they could clean up the crowd and put a few dollars into the place. Just stop by and see the bar have a beer or a drink and move on unless you can speak fluent spanish.

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★★★☆☆

Great bar for cheap drinks and entertainment. I had a blast, where in town can you get 2 dollar well drinks and 1.75 long neck miller lite. The 79 foot bar is a must see, just amazing, feel sorry for the bartenders on a busy night. The staff was not that friendly and some of them can not speak english. I know that me and my wife had a older man I could not understand a word he said, and he talked so loud that my wife wanted to leave. I observed him yelling at the bartenders, just hope you don't get him to wait on you. I think his name was George, not sure. No bar stools, was a draw back we wanted to sit at the bar. The place is a little run down, the bathrooms are real old and didn't appear to be ever cleaned. Rough crowd later at night. Mostly local hispanics frequent from my observations. We met the manager a guy named Earl what a nice man and very friendly. This could really be a hot spot if they could clean up the crowd and put a few dollars into the place. Just stop by and see the bar have a beer or a drink and move on unless you can speak fluent spanish.

Pros: cheap drinks

Cons: staff, bathrooms, local hispanics

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Only nefarious locals go here. Not recommended for northerners or passers-by.

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★★☆☆☆

Only nefarious locals go here. Not recommended for northerners or passers-by.

 

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