Liven Up Your Lunch Break with the Art to Lunch Event

Dogs have been a source of artistic inspiration for millennia. Escape the scorching dog days of summer with an air-conditioned art tour about man’s best friend. Join San Antonio Museum of Art on Thursday, August 15th for Art to Lunch: Dog Days!

Take an art bite out of your lunch hour with a two-object tour in the galleries and learn the back story about the art you may have missed. Head back to the office, buy lunch at Tre Trattoria, the Museum restaurant, or bring a sack lunch!

Tre Trattoria serves lunch and dinner above the Riverwalk, nestled on the grounds of the San Antonio Museum of Art. 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.

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 every day.

The San Antonio Museum of Art enriches lives through exceptional experiences with art. Its mission is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret significant works of art, representing a broad range of history and world cultures to strengthen our shared understanding of humanity.

Enjoy our San Antonio Museum of Art’s menu while attending Art to Lunch: Dog Days. Plus, Museum members receive a 10% discount on food and non-alcoholic beverages. Visit to learn more.

Hoping to break the monotony of the daily grind? If you are looking to shake up your daily routine, Vizcaya Apartments in San Antonio, Texas urges you to check out this community event!

Event Time/Date:
Thursday, August 15, 2019—12:30 PM

Event Venue Location:
San Antonio Museum of Art
200 West Jones Avenue
San Antonio, Texas 78215

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