From hipsters to grandmas and locals to CEOs, roadhouses have always been gathering places for people of all types to come as they are and feel welcome. They're places where a person can unwind over a plateful of good food, a shot or a cold one, served by someone who actually cares. Josephine Street is just that kind of place. The neon says "Steaks & Whisky" - which is what made this iconic Texas roadhouse famous. Today, Jo Street is also known for its world class chicken fried steak, succulent pork chops & chicken, fresh fish, gourmet salads, scrumptious sandwiches, handmade desserts and upper end wines at uncommonly affordable prices.
Josephine Street was opened in the old Fincke's Meat Market building (circa 1906) in 1979 by Pat Molak and Mary Jane Nalley who have a lot of experience in restoring old buildings with their revitalization of Gruene Hall and the creation of the Gristmill River Restaurant and Bar, in Gruene Historic District in the mid-seventies. Just down the road from San Antonio, Gruene Historic District at New Braunfels is a hot spot for the locals and one of Texas' unique and very popular destination attractions for visitors. Just as in Gruene, the atmosphere at Jo Street is also filled with character, charm and unique features such as the uneven wooden floor and the 500-year-old tree that makes its home inside the middle of the restaurant. The old Fincke's neon still hangs inside. Through our commitment, experience and expertise, Josephine Street has established a relationship with our customers that will last a lifetime!
We are located next to Pearl Brewery near downtown San Antonio. We invite you to Josephine Street. Come as you are, leave a lot better!