San Antonio Diner, The Hayden, is Offering Exciting New Dishes for Autumn
The Hayden, a San Antonio diner with locations at 4025 Broadway St. &10003 NW Military Hwy, is launching some exciting new dishes just in time for the autumn season.
New Menu Offerings
The new menu adds even more flair to the restaurant’s unique eats menu and features some new finds such as a Spinach and Artichoke Dip for a starter, as well as several classic entrees done in the diner’s signature style, like their take on a Shrimp & Crab Salad, Steak & Fries, and Shrimp & Orzo, which comes with a marinated shrimp skewer on a bed of veggie orzo salad with feta & arugula and topped with a smoked tomato vinaigrette. Several other new offerings dot the menu, along with their more famous dishes like the Ted Danson Sandwich, or Barbacoa Stroganoff.
This menu is already available at the delicatessen’s Broadway spot, with the Alon Market location’s menu set to launch on September 13th. Guests can enjoy the new items Tuesday through Thursday from 5pm-9pm and Friday and Saturday from 5pm-10pm during dinner hours.
The Hayden is a South Texas diner, with an old school Jewish delicatessen soul. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Many of their signature dishes are Jewish classics with a touch of South Texas flavors along with several rotating menus of innovative new items. Now in their 3rd year, the deli has become a must visit for locals and tourists alike when visiting the Alamo City.
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The Hayden – Broadway
4025 Broadway St., San Antonio, TX 78209
The Hayden – Alon Market
10003 NW Military Hwy, Suite #2115, San Antonio, TX 78231
About The Hayden
The Hayden set out to create an all-purpose (and eventually all-day) neighborhood spot where both their Jewish food and craft cocktails will always be creative and thoughtful, just never overthought or fussy.
They want to serve you delicious food and deliver authentic hospitality; quite simply a reimagining of your typical old school diner. Come to think of it, that is honestly why they got into this business in the first place.
The team at The Hayden is more than ready for you to take a seat, break some challah with them (they recommend the Pastrami & Swiss), and finally find a place that reminds you…we aren’t really so different from each other, after all.