The Hayden Launches Amazing New Seasonal Dinner Menu

The Hayden


The Hayden Alamo Heights Diner Launches New Seasonal Dinner Menu May 17th


The Hayden, located at 4025 Broadway St., San Antonio, TX 78209, will launch a new summer dinner & cocktail menu on Tuesday, May 17th at 5pm-10pm.

Owner of the modern-day finer diner, Adam Lampinstein and Executive Chef Bill Corbett, is releasing a new dinner menu to fit the summer season. The Hayden prides itself on rotating its menu seasonally.

This diverse menu will be available Tuesday through Saturday from 5pm-10pm and includes new entrees such as the Not Basic Chicken & Rice, which includes confit chicken quarter, grilled broccolini, smoked tomato & goat cheese risotto, Mushroom Risotto (V), Lemon Glazed Salmon, Finn’s Smoked Chop, Fish ‘n Chips, and a Ribeye Steak. Three signature existing dinner classics will transfer over to the new menu including classics like The Hayden’s Meatloaf, Barbacoa Stroganoff, and Smothered Pork Chop Schnitzel.


The Hayden


The Hayden
Oaxcan Blood Moob Cocktail


Everything on the menu is made daily with fresh ingredients and incorporates a variety of dishes that range from healthy to hearty and savory flavor profiles. The menu also includes a variety of vegetarian and gluten-free. Dinner entrees range in price from $18.99-$32.99 per dish, and are available for dine-in or to-go.


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More Information:

The Hayden is a South Texas diner, with an old-school Jewish delicatessen soul. They serve breakfast, brinner, lunch and dinner. Many of their signature dishes are Jewish classics. They are open for Dinner, Tuesday through Saturday from 5am-10pm. The Hayden’s hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday from 9am-10pm and Sundays from 9am-3pm.


The Hayden
4025 Broadway St., San Antonio, TX 78209
(210) 437-4306

The Hayden

About The Hayden

Community means everything to the folks at The Hayden, a restaurant where everyone is welcomed to come together. They’re a friendly space, where they mingle their deep love and respect for the classic Jewish delicatessen with the charming vibe of a South Texas diner.

With The Hayden, they set out to create an all-purpose (and eventually all-day) neighborhood spot where both food and 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 bread with them (they recommend the Pastrami & Swiss), and finally find a place that reminds you…they aren’t really so different from each other, after all.

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