Whiskey Cake San Antonio’s New Winter Menu

Whiskey Cake recently launched its new winter menu. Known for its farm-to-fork dishes and garden-to-glass drinks Whiskey Cake’s winter menu includes some delicious new additions to the already amazing menu.

Infamous Whiskey Cake – toffee torte, bourbon anglaise, spiced pecans, house-made vanilla whipped cream


Their brunch menu now includes items such as Cinnamon Roll Pancakes topped with Cream Cheese Icing and Candied Pecans; and Grandma’s Overnight Oats. Weekend brunch is offered at Whiskey Cake every Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Roaterd Butternut-Turmeric Hummus – roasted squash, local olive oil, gremolata, vegetable crudité or grilled sourdough


You can enjoy winter-inspired entrees, sandwiches and salads on the lunch (and dinner) menu. The new items include Grilled Mauritius Redfish– served with Harvest Squash Roast, Red Onion, Cauliflower and Browned Butter Aioli; Cauliflower-Browned Butter Soup – Roasted Cauliflower, Bacon and Chives; Crispy Chickpea Salad– Artichoke, Kale, Sweety Drops, Tomatoes, Cucumber, Mint, Cilantro, Turmeric-Almond Vinaigrette; and Pickled Rachel– Wagyu Pastrami, Muenster Cheese, Pickled Cabbage Slaw, Comeback Sauce, Local Mustard. 

Local Board -local stuff, housemade stuff, a touch of brunch
Local Board -local stuff, housemade stuff, a touch of brunch

Appetizers and Cocktails

New seasonal appetizers to share with the table include Thick Cut Candied Bacon– Sweet and Spicy Duroc Bacon, Caramelized Onion Dip and Pickled Vegetables and Roasted Butternut – Turmeric Hummus – Roasted Squash, Local Olive Oil, Gremolata, Vegetable Crudité or Grilled Sourdough.

Tequila Rose – Monte Alban Tequila, St. Germain, lime, simple syrup, rose water
Fall Roast -Evan Williams 1783 bourbon, Giffard Apricot Liqueur, Grind Espresso Liqueur, maple chai syrup

Accompanying Whiskey Cake’s seasonal fare, the restaurant has rolled out new craft cocktails also. Cocktails include Tara-Gone Girl– Russell’s Reserve 10 Year, St. Elizabeth Allspire Dram, Tarragon Syrup, Blackberry, Lemon; Fall Roast– Evan William’s 1783 Bourbon, Giffard Apricot Liqueur, Grind Espresso Liqueur, Maple Chai Syrup; South Cider– Vodka, Roasted Pecan Syrup, Apple Cider, Lemon, Cinnamon; Hawaiian Holiday– New Amsterdam Gin, Lemon, Pineapple, Guava, Mint, Simple Syrup, Fever Tree Ginger Beer. 

Non-alcoholic drink additions include Ollie Ollie Oxidant– Blueberries, Pineapple, Vanilla Almond Milk, Lemon, Cinnamon and their beloved Housemade Hot Cocoa is back

Lamb T-Bones - Red Chile-Jack Grits, Spicy Green Tomato Pickles
Lamb T-Bones – red chile-jack grits, spicy green tomato pickles


In addition to those items that are available on both their lunch and dinner menu, they have also added two new entrees pairing perfectly with the cooler temperatures; Lamb T-Bones– Red Chile Jack Grits, Spicy Green Tomato Pickles and Garlic Grilled Ribeye– Charred Broccoli, Candied Cashews, Parmesan, Lemon Zest. 

Double Double Burger -bacon, white American, house mayo, mustard, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, challah bun
Double Double Burger -bacon, white American, house mayo, mustard, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, challah bun

Locations and Reservations

While reservations are not necessary they will certainly shrink your wait time. Currently, reservations can be made via OpenTable.

About Whiskey Cake

This neighborhood restaurant provides a well-curated and thoughtful approach to its farm-to-kitchen menu. Everything is inspired by local ingredients available each season, including the spirited garden-to-glass cocktails. Each Whiskey Cake chef practices slow-cooking methods and sources from the best vendors possible while creating an approachable, but creative menu. The bar program is as thoughtful as the onsite garden using farm-fresh ingredients, hand-pressed juices and more. 350 whiskey brands are available as well as micro-brewed beers and carefully selected wines on tap.

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    February 16, 2020 at 2:42 am

    Great content! Super high-quality! Keep it up! 🙂

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