Meadow Neighborhood Eatery + Bar

by | Mar 12, 2022 | Reviews | 0 comments

This article was originally published in the January/February 2022 issue of San Antonio Woman Magazine

Seasonal Sensations from Chef PJ Edwards

By Janis Turk

Many restaurants claim to be a best-kept-secret place or a neighborhood spot “tucked away” from traffic and the noisy world outside, but Meadow Neighborhood Eatery & Bar really fits that bill. In fact, the place is so hidden from the hustle and bustle of nearby Bitters & 281 that the first two times I went there, I passed it and had to do a U-turn. 

Set behind a little enclave of boutiques and small businesses called The Alley, in the space that formerly held chef Jason Dady’s Bin 555 and Tre Enoteca, Meadow offers a hideaway dining spot with an outdoor patio with shady Live Oaks, an outdoor stone fireplace, and three spacious indoor dining areas where neighbors and friends may gather for a casual and delightful meal. With a full bar, craft cocktails, and a substantial list of quality wine and spirits, Meadow is the kind of place that makes folks feel at home.

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