We stopped in for breakfast lunch today. It is Spring break for many people so we did have a 30 to 40 minute wait which was fine because that give us time to look around at a bit of the grounds and the museum. The...More
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The Guenther House is a historic home of the founder of Pioneer Flour. Small dinning rooms, good food, super light waffles. The history is need, the food is good. Worth a try.
Group of 10, they sat us quickly. Options outside or inside and we chose outside. Nice patio area which also had heaters if it's a little chilly out. I had the Breakfast tacos, they were awesome. We also had biscuits and gravy around the table...More
What a great set place to see and take in. The wait didn't seem so unbareable because there was a modest amount of things to see. All this being said its a tourist spot. We were recomended by locals but almost couldnt believe it after...More
If you have the time while in San Antonio, try the Gunther House. It is a Historical build that was a producer of Pioneer Flour; turned restaurant The food is excellent as the service. Depending on time of day you visit you will find a...More
Some friends and I went to the Guenther House for breakfast and lunch. The nice little basket of muffins and breads are good and tasty. The pancakes are wonderful and fluffy. I had a chicken salad sandwich and it was well done but not as...More