Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden is a distinguished restaurant event venue in San Antonio, Texas. A sophisticated blend of historic and contemporary, the building emits an atmosphere that is inviting and warm. Couples can avail of numerous event spaces throughout this renovated property to set up their ideal wedding reception.
Facilities and Capacity
Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden encompasses 6,200 square feet of space. The interior of the facility incorporates many of the authentic architectural features of the old boiler house into its design. Characterized by bare brick walls and exposed metal beams, the building boasts a chic urban style. Couples can host an elegant indoor reception in the ambiance of the restaurant or enjoy a romantic evening under the stars on the patio. Intimate gatherings can be set up in a range of private and semi-private function spaces to suit couples’ needs and desires. Alternatively, those with grander celebrations in mind can reserve the entire facility, accommodating up to 200 people in a seated reception. To fully immerse themselves in the beauty of this San Antonio treasure, newlyweds can celebrate their nuptials on the romantic mezzanine overlooking the bar.
The dedicated team at the Boiler House is more than happy to consult with couples to create a personalized and memorable reception. From deciding on the right event space to selecting the menu, they will strive to accommodate your needs as much as possible. Numerous menu options are available for private events, allowing you and your partner to choose according to your theme or taste.
The food at this unique Texas restaurant is artfully prepared by Chef Gwaltney and his team to give guests a real gourmet experience. From appetizers to desserts, they will do their utmost to impress you and your loved ones with excellent cuisine. Additionally, the venue has a selection of over 120 wines and more than 25 local craft beers to keep loved ones’ thirsts quenched.
Initially built as part of the old Pearl Brewery in the 1980s, this stylish industrial venue still contains much of its original fixtures. The restaurant itself can be found in the former boiler room, while the kitchen is innovatively housed within the old boilers. This flourishing San Antonio grill and wine garden offers couples the opportunity to start their new beginnings in a space full of rich Texas history.