Jason Dady Opens New Restaurant at the San Antonio Museum of Art

Tatiana Herrera-Schneider |

San Antonio, TX— June 12, 2018

The San Antonio Museum of Art is delighted to announce the opening of Tre Trattoria at the Museum by Chef Jason Dady, today, June 12, 2018.

“We are proud to bring Jason Dady’s artful cuisine to the Museum and the Museum Reach of the River Walk,” says Katie Luber, the Kelso Director. “It will be a wonderful amenity for our visitors and members, and another great reason to linger in the Museum and to visit our neighborhood.”

The new Tre Trattoria at the Museum is relocating from its original location in Alamo Heights. Its new home in the Museum’s historic Berreta Hops House features a breathtaking patio, which offers shaded dining overlooking the Museum Reach of the River Walk. The renovated interior space highlights the beauty of the historic building, featuring staghorn ferns on the brick walls, as well as monochromatic photographs of the Tuscan hillsides. The open kitchen offers views of the Chef in action as each dish is skillfully prepared.

In addition to Tre Trattoria menu favorites—house-made pastas, cast-iron flatbread pizzas, a variety of antipasti—and a selection of items to complement the summer exhibition Spain: 500 Years of Spanish Painting from the Museums of Madrid. During the month of June, Tre Trattoria at the Museum will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. for lunch and dinner and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. for brunch and dinner. Beginning in July, the restaurant will also be open for breakfast (8 a.m. Tuesday–Saturday and at 10 a.m. on Sunday). Museum members receive a 10% discount on food and non-alcoholic beverages.

“We are excited to bring Tre Trattoria to the Museum’s Hops House. It offers the perfect palette of history, art, and rustic elegance for our cuisine,” says Chef Jason Dady. “Together, we are pushing the forefront of the culinary and arts revolution in Alamo city and look forward to creating a true destintion for locals and tourists alike.”

For restaurant reservations and for more information, please call 210.805.0333 or email

About Jason Dady:

Jason Dady is executive chef/owner of The Jason Dady Restaurant Group in San Antonio, Texas. Chef Dady’s genuine passions for both innovative flavors and old-fashioned hospitality have propelled him into a career as a chef, restaurateur, entrepreneur, and culinary staple. His San Antonio restaurants include: Range, Tre Trattoria, Tre Enoteca in North San Antonio, Two Bros BBQ Market, Shuck Shack, B&D Ice House, Alamo BBQ Company, and Jason Dady Catering and Events. He has been seen on various television programs including: Iron Chef Gauntlet, Beat Bobby Flay, Andrew Zimmeran Delicious Destinations, Cooking Channel Man, Fire, Food, The CBS Morning Show, The Today Show, Eat Street, D Living Show, SA Living, Movable Feast on PBS and more.

His dedication and talent have earned him accolades including: Best Chefs in America, “Star Chef Restaurateur” by Star Chefs, New Achiever Award Texas Tech University, James Beard semi-finalist Nomination, Best Chef San Antonio by both the San Antonio Current and San Antonio Express-News, and “Rising Star” Chef recognition. Jason is seen as an ambassador of the Alamo city. He started Titans of Tailgate Food Festival to support single parent culinary students, sits on the board of Culinaria, San Antonio’s annual food festival, and serves on the Visit San Antonio Culinary Ambassador Committee. When he isn’t building empires, Jason can be found with his wife and three children on a camping trip or grilling in his backyard.

About the San Antonio Museum of Art:

The San Antonio Museum of Art is a forum to explore and connect with art that spans the world’s geographies, artistic periods, genres, and cultures. Its collection contains nearly 35,000 works representing 5,000 years of history. Housed in the historic Lone Star Brewery on the Museum Reach of San Antonio’s River Walk, the San Antonio Museum of Art is committed to promoting the rich cultural heritage and life of the city. The Museum hosts hundreds of events and public programs each year, including concerts, performances, tours, lectures, symposia, and interactive experiences. The Museum is dedicated to enriching the cultural life of the city and the region, and to supporting its creative community.