New Owner, New Vision, at Tribeca 212 in Olmos Park
Tribeca 212 has a new owner and a brand new vision. Rudy Souberbielle, along with partners Nick Gutierrez and Emely Zuluaga, have taken over ownership of Tribeca 212 in Olmos Park, the New American restaurant which has already established itself as a favorite neighborhood haunt.
Mr. Souberbeille, a seasoned restaurant manager and consultant, has a long history of success working with some of San Antonio’s most beloved restaurants, including Las Canarias, Le Reve, Little Italy, the award-winning Francesca’s at Sunset, and most recently, Zinc Bistro and Bar.
He’s renowned in the industry for his ability to create a dining experience that showcases great food and excellent service in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
“I’ve been fortunate to work with many influential restaurants throughout the years. That, combined with my background in teaching, has helped build strong teams. I don’t just train my staff, I focus on educating them, and I’ve had a very loyal following of customers because I treat them like family and friends, which is what they’ve become,” said Mr. Souberbielle.
Mr. Souberbielle, along with his team, including Executive Culinary Chef David Yokuty, intends to transform Tribeca 212 into the vibrant, artsy and eclectic New York City neighborhood it’s named after. “We want to bring a slice of that urban, cosmopolitan feel to San Antonio as we evolve our little corner of the world,” he said.
Also NEW to Tribeca 212
Tribeca 212 is offering an incredible new business lunch Monday through Friday for only $9. “It’s a knock out deal,” said Mr. Souberbielle. “You can’t find this kind of quality at this price anywhere else in the city.”
Daily Lunch Specials
Monday: Angus Meatloaf, Gold Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean Almondine
Tuesday: 50/50 Taco of Turkey, Ground Beef, Lettuce, Tomato, Queso Fresco Fideo, Duck Fat Tortillas
Wednesday: 212 Burger made with Cheddar, Bacon, Onion Rings, Steak Sauce
Thursday: Black Skillet Fried Chicken, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Cream Corn
Friday: Almond Trout, Grilled Vegetables, Fresh Avocado Tapenade
The restaurant is also now open for brunch on Saturdays as well as Sundays, and is newly open on Monday, with a special all-night Happy Hour that runs from 3 pm to closing.
Keep an eye out as Tribeca 212 continues to evolve, offering French-inspired food influenced by familiar South Texas flavors and locally-sourced ingredients whenever possible.
With Tribeca 212, Mr. Souberbielle’s career has come full circle. “I started out as a bus boy and have worked every position you can imagine. To finally end up owning a restaurant is a surreal and rewarding experience,” he said.