Food & Beverage Industry Resources

The City of San Antonio, as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, remains committed to the local food and beverage industry during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing relevant information and resources. If you have other additional information, please contact the World Heritage Office at

Texas Protocols for Reopening

On April 27, 2020, Governor Abbott issued an Executive Order that will allow most restaurants to reopen their dining spaces with limited capacity beginning on May 1, 2020. View the minimum recommended health protocols for all restaurants(PDF, 159KB) choosing to operate in Texas.

On April 28, the COVID-19 Health Transition Team appointed by Mayor Ron Nirenberg and County Judge Nelson Wolff released a multi-phase plan for reopening our community as safely as possible. If you are considering re-opening, please review COVID-19 Health Transition Team Report(PDF, 2MB) - A Guide for Reopening San Antonio and Bexar County.

Supporting San Antonio Restaurants

Visit San Antonio has created a web page that highlights restaurants providing alternative dining options such as take-out, delivery, and drive-thru services. If you’d like to include your restaurant on this list, email Visit San Antonio with:

  • Business name
  • Physical address
  • Phone number

Restaurants Offering To-Go and Delivery

Restaurants Offering Groceries

Restaurant Grocer (If you would like to include your restaurant in the list, please complete the form.)

San Antonio Restaurant Gift Cards

Houston Street Charities and San Antonio Cocktail Conference have created a one-stop shopping website for San Antonio restaurant gift card purchases. If you have a restaurant that you'd like to have included on this site, please contact Cathy Siegel.

Disaster Relief Initiatives for the Food and Beverage Industry

If you have questions or need additional support to apply for disaster-relief funding, please email the World Heritage Office.

Relief Funds for Restaurant Workers

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