Located in the Historic Pearl, Ladino is a modern Mediterranean grill house celebrating all the cultures and cuisines of the Mediterranean region. Ladino features fresh-made pita from a wood-burning oven, an abundance of dips and small plates, and entrees from the 'mangal' - regional specialties cooked on a live-fire, charcoal grill. Desserts are inspired by the sweet and savory staples of the region with a modern touch, and the beverage program highlights the area's wines and spirits.
Ladino, also referred to as Judeo-Spanish, is a mix of Castellano, French, Italian, Greek, Turkish and Hebrew. The language follows the route of the Jewish people’s migration from Spain dating back to the mid 1500s. Slowly on the path to extinction, this language is still spoken by some Sephardic Jews mainly in the Balkans, Greece, Turkey and Israel. Brought to you by the Emmer & Rye Hospitality Group.
As a son to a Turkish mother and with roots in Italy, Bulgaria and Greece, Chef and Partner Berty Richter spoke Ladino at home growing up. Ladino showcases and shares not only the Jewish-Balkan cuisine Berty grew up with, but also the influences of the surrounding cultures and cuisines.
- 200 E Grayson St #100
- San Antonio, TX 78215
- - at the Historic Pearl -
- open 7 days a week
- Mon-Thursday: 5-10pm
- Friday: 11:30am-2:00pm, 5-11pm
- Saturday: 11:30am-11:00pm
- Sunday: 11:30am-9:00pm
- Monday-Friday from 5:00-6:30
- in the Upstairs Bar only
$5 off cocktails and select wines, $2 off beer, special food menu
Half Off Wine!
Join us on Sunday for half off on wine bottles!
or visit us in person for a physical card