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All reviews gift shop biscuits and gravy flour mill breakfast tacos cinnamon rolls champagne chicken house coffee great place for breakfast the king william district sweet cream enchiladas wait for a table small museum unique items the river outdoor seating san antonio river
I ate at the Geuther House a couple of times. Their breakfast and lunch are fantastic. They also have great pastries. My only advice is to go early or expect to wait awhile. They are places to sit and wait or you can go upstairs...More
We found parking out front, put our names in at ~9.50am and received our pager. We had about 20-25 min to wander the gift shop/museum/grounds before we were summoned. We opted for ‘first available’ table and ended up outside, it was overcast and windy so...More
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Great food, great location for a restaurant. My only complaint is, depending on what side you park on to get to Guenther House the restaurant entrance can be confusing to find. My friend and I entered through...More
Next time in San Antonio, definitely swing by the Guenther House at the Pioneer Flour Mill. Wonderful brunch. Recommend the breakfast tacos, biscuits (huge!) and sausage gravy and don’t miss the cinnamon rolls. Lovely historic home.
... so don't wait until you're starving. Free coffee during your wait. Not sure if you can make reservations. Outside seating was lovely. Wish orders delivered outside were covered dishes. Food was delicious!!!!! Owners need to upgrade restrooms. No alcohol served
This charming house on the river in the historic King Williams district is more than a museum and gift shop. The dining room is a cafe which serves delicious breakfast and lunch items made with Pioneer flour, of course. We had afternoon coffee, tea and...More
This is a nice spot for lunch! The gift shop was really good and I got quite a few little goodies to take home for gifts. From what I saw, the museum was small, but maybe I missed something ??? The ambiance in the dining...More