Tre Trattoria serves lunch and dinner above the Riverwalk, nestled on the grounds of the San Antonio Museum of Art.
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM | Sunday 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Inspired by the Tuscan Hillsides and the region’s family-style dining, Jason Dady’s Tre Trattoria brings the flavors of Italy to San Antonio. Featuring breathtaking views of the San Antonio River, Tre Trattoria’s patio offers shaded dining atop the Museum Reach of the Riverwalk. Inhabiting the Beretta Hops House, Tre Trattoria’s renovated interior space highlights the beauty of the historic building, featuring accents of wine vines and stag leaf ferns crawling across the rustic brick walls. The monochromatic photographs bring in the Tuscan hillsides, while the open kitchen offers views of chef action, skillfully preparing each dish.
Menu offerings include a variety of fresh Antipasti, like the Roasted Golden Beets with Orange Segments and Tuscan Farro Salad with Walnut Vinaigrette and Fresh Mint. Cast-Iron Pizzas are made to order using the highest quality ingredients, and our signature House-Made Pasta is fresh everyday.
Catering and Private Dining
From family reunions and baby showers to corporate gatherings and elegant galas, the Tre Trattoria catering team will curate a chef-driven customized menu to fit your desires. Plan your private dinner on our balcony above the Museum Reach of the Riverwalk, or host an event at a location of your choosing. We provide full catering services, including professional servers and bartenders as well as full event planning. To schedule a private party or catering, please fill out our Online Catering Request Form or email Liza Hill at email@example.com.
The San Antonio Museum of Art
The San Antonio Museum of Art features awe-inspiring pieces from around the world. Enjoy our museum menu, available for a limited time and inspired by the current exhibit “Men of Steel, Women of Wonder” now on view. Plus, Museum members receive a 10% discount on food and non-alcoholic beverages. Visit the San Antonio Museum of Art to learn more.