Appetizing Dishes and Refreshing Drinks

Whether you are craving for some comfort food or a refreshing brew, you will find whatever you are looking for at Lucy Cooper’s Ice House in San Antonio, TX. With our sumptuous grilled dishes and invigorating beer, you’ll certainly be satisfied when you visit our establishment. Check out our full menu below!

Lucy Cooper’s Ice House Menu

The Best Little Ice House in Texas

Cold Beer | Good Times | Bar Eats

Story of the Ice House

Texas Icehouses. Part town hall, part tavern, icehouses have been a South Texas tradition since the 1920s. Before refrigeration, icehouses stored and distributed block ice for the neighborhood iceboxes. Over time, they diversified—iced beer, a little food, maybe some groceries—a cool, air-conditioned spot where neighbors and families come to sit, talk, play dominoes, turn up the juke box, maybe eat some chicken wings, dance on a slab outside. Once a vital part of everyday local culture—a cornerstone of every neighborhood in San Antonio and Houston—they are rapidly diminishing, an endangered species. Here at Lucy Cooper’s, we are bringing back the IceHouse with some of the coldest beer, great times and bar eats in San Antonio.

Happy Hour

Open to 7PM 

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Beer List

  1. Bud Light
  2. Seguin 9-Pin Kolsch
  3. Michelob Ultra
  4. Sweet Water 420 Strain G13 IPA
  5. Coors Light
  6. 8th Wonder Dome Faux'm
  7. Miller Lite
  8. Austin Eastciders Blood Orange
  9. Dos Equis
  10. Alamo Golden Ale
  11. Shiner Bock
  12. Shiner Light Blonde
  13. Blue Moon
  14. Firemans #4
  15. Axis IPA
  16. Thirsty Planet Thirsty Goat
  17. San Antonio Lager
  18. Santos
  19. Busted Sandal Slippery Rock IPA
  20. Big Bend Hefeweizen
  21. Revolver Blood And Honey
  22. Freetail Bat Outta Helles
  23. Karbach Hopadillo IPA
  24. Deep Ellum Dallas Blonde
  25. Deep Ellum Dreamcrusher Double IPA
  26. Bishop Cider Co. Crackberry
  27. Southern Star Bombshell Blonde
  28. Southern Star Blood Belt
  29. Breckenridge Vanilla Porter
  30. Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro

Lucy Cooper’s Signature Drinks | Just $12 | Limit Two!

Cooper’s Cooler
Sailor Jerry rum, Presidente Brandy, Dekyper Bananna and a bunch of tropical juices make up this adult juice box flavored goodness.
Boodreaux’s Punch
Lucy’s little brother Boodreaux makes this trash can style punch with full throttle black berry strawberry and apple moonshine and old school fruit punch.
The Crabby Jack
Paying our respects to the area with this blue electric style lemonade. Deep Eddy, Hendrick’s Gin, the stuff that makes it blue and the stuff that makes it taste like lemonade.

Always served COLD in a mason jar!

Cooper’s Classics | Assorted Prices

Lucy’s Limeade
A spiked version of the drive in classic Enchanted Rock vodka.
French 75
A nose tickling bubbly on top of Hendrick’s Gin and sugary citrus notes.
Blood and Sand
Chivas scotch, a tangy smack of orange juice and off-dry, semi-tart Cherry Heering blend together to make a smooth cocktail.
The Caucasian
Paying homage to “The Dude” himself. Absolut Vanilla, Full Throttle Espresso Shot and cream it’s cool man!
The Moonwalker
Gran Gala, Rose Water and bubbly champagne classy classic.
Paloma
When you want to give your go to Margarita a break try this Altos Silver and Jarritos Grapefruit soda refresher.
Classic Tequila Sunrise
Altos Silver Tequila makes this classic sunrise come to life.
Trader Vic
Have a staycation in a mason jar with this Mai Tai inspired Krakken Rum and Presidente Brandy beach worthy cocktail.

Things You Share

Southern Style Boiled Peanuts: $8
Road trips through the South just aren’t complete without pulling over to a roadside stand to pick up a supply of boiled peanuts (or boil p-nuts, as many signs read). While people raised on crunchy peanuts may find their boiled cousins to be an acquired taste, Southerners know that they are truly a delicacy.
Hand-Cut Ice House Fries: $8
Hand cut potatoes fried golden brown and tossed in Lucy’s mouthwatering French Fry seasoning.
Rojo Potatoes: $9
Hand cut potatoes tossed with our house blend flour seasoning and fried like a Texas Chicken Fry. Served with a side of ranch.
Fried Pickles: $7
Delicious and flavorful Bread and Butter Pickles battered and fried. Served with a side of ranch.
Onion Tanglers: $7
This is not your typical onion ring, we shave the onions paper thin, batter them in our special blend of seasoning and spice and deep fry ‘em. Served with a side of our housemade ranch.
Cooper’s Tin Can Nachos: $10
Housemade fresh tortilla chips stacked inside a tin can smothered with our housemade Queso and pickled jalapenos. They are so big that they need their own handler to serve them to you!
Pretzels With Queso: $7
Ice House Pretzel Bites lightly salted with our house made queso for dipping these babies.
Cheeseburger Egg Rolls: $8
All the best parts of a fresh cheeseburger in a hand rolled egg roll wrapper and served on a bed of shredded lettuce with a spicy remoulade.
The Three Amigos: $8
Our housemade tortilla chips served with queso, fresh salsa and cowboy caviar. The perfect three amigos for chips!
Nutz & Boltz: $8
Farm fresh button mushrooms and zucchini, hand battered with our housemade special seasoning, served with a side of housemade ranch.
Waffled Mac and Cheese: $10
Down south Mac and Cheese crisped scooped into piping hot waffle irons and toasted to golden perfection. Served with a side of our housemade ranch.
Prime Rib Quesadillas: $14
Slow cooked tender shaved prime rib and caramelized onions in a flour tortilla with melted Swiss cheese. Served with a steamy hot side of Au Jus for dipping.
Corn in a Cup: $8
A heaping portion of grilled fresh sweet corn cut straight off the cob, then mixed with butter, queso freseo, lime juice, sour cream, mayo, and “Magic Dust.” Lucy Cooper’s secret spice, served in a cup with a fork.
Booudreaux’s Clothes Line Bacon: $10
Ridiculously thick cut smoked & candied bacon served on a clothes line served with a peach marmalade dipping sauce in case it ‘aint ever sweet enough.
Cooper’s Chili & A Cinnamon Roll: $10
Our hearty, chili con carne is housemade with homestyle beef, diced tomatoes, peppers, onion and celery, along with a secret blend of spices, slow simmered topped with your choice of sour cream, cheese, and onions. You haven’t had anything until you’ve tried it with our fresh cinnamon roll!
Beer for the Boys: $7
Wanna show apprechation for our cooks? Buy ‘em a beer to enjoy after their shift!

Things on a Bun

Double Your Fries: $3
Served with a side of fries, upgrade to rojos for $2.
Juicy Lucy: $12
Our House Burger is 2 patties with your choice of cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and pickles.
Big Belly: $15
You hungry? Try our 3-patty burger stacked up the ceiling with 12 oz. of pure Texas beef, with American and Swiss cheese layered in between the patties topped with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and onions.
Krispy Kreme™ Brunch Burger: $14
Two patties with American cheese piled high with thick cut bacon, housemade has brown, and an egg fried your way sandwiched between two toasted Krispy Kreme doughnuts. Raise and shined all day, everyday!
Boodreaux Burger: $13
Lucy’s brother, Lil’ Boodreaux’s blackened shrimp piled on top of our beef patties with pepper jack cheese and a spicy Cajun remoulade.
Big Kahuna: $14
Bringing some island flavor to the Ice House with 2 all beef patties smothered in Swiss cheese then topped with 2 fried slices of Spam, a grilled pineapple ring and finished off with a sweet island remoulade.
Shaved Prime Rib Sanmich’: $14
Slow roasted shaved prime rib smothered in Swiss cheese topped with caramelized onions. Served with au jus and an atomic houseradish sauce for dipping.
Pollo Padre: $12
Pastor style grilled chicken breast with grilled pineapple, melty pepper Jack cheese, topped with a pineapple salsa.
Grilled Cheese Hot Dog: $10
Two childhood favorites come together in this twist on two classics. We grill a butterflied all-beef hot dog slapped in between two garlic butter fried pieces of hoagie roll smothered with melted cheddar cheese finished off with green onion because we are supposed to eat a vegetable. If you don’t believe it’s good… ask the Hot Dog Manager!

Add bacon, chili, or a fried egg to anything for just $2.

*Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illnesses, especially if you have certain medical conditions.

Cooper’s Cluckers

Orange Krush: $9
Orange soda glaze with a special blend of ingredients and a hint of spice.
PB&J: $11
A spicy peanut sauce and served with a peach marmalade to create the PB&J we all crave! We even throw in some toast to round out our take on a childhood classic.
Coconut: $11
A fresh new take on coconut. If it’s good on shrimp, you know it’s good on a chicken wing! Served with a creamy Pina Colada sauce.
Lucy Cooper’s: $8
A classic wing sauce with a little extra spice makes up our House Made Lucy Cooper Sauce. Wanna kick it up a little more, add chopped jalapenos for $.
Tequila Lime & Jalapeno: $11
All of San Antonio’s most popular ingredients come together to give you a wing with some tang, spice and tartness. If you are a lover of spice and all things nice, you’ll love this one.
Lemon Pepper: $10
When life gives you lemons, make wings!! Lucy’s fresh squeezed lemon and pepper wings are the perfect pairing with a tall beer and good conversations.
Garlic Parm: $10
A traditional pairing of our garlic sauce and parmesan cheese TURNT up with our cehf’s blend of herbs & spices.
Korean BBQ: $11
Far East comes to the Coop with our Korean style BBQ wings. We finish these bad boys off on the grill for that sweet BBQ char.
Jameson™ Pickleback: $11
Lucy has teamed up with her drinking buddy to combine this bar favorite drink into an edible delight. That’s right. This pickleback wing is infused with pickle juice and Jameson! Bottles up!!!
Huli Huli: $11
Take a vacation with this island inspired wing. We make a pineapple & soy marinade, add a few of our special blended spices to bring the island flavors to you.
Coca-Cola™ BBQ: $10
Sweet Coca Cola flavor makes for a BBQ sauce that will make you wanna slap your mama, it’s that good! Don’t be shocked when you get that sweet heat from this soon to be world famous sauce!
Nashville South: $11
This spicy wing is coated with our in-house-made Nashville BBQ Sauce which belds sweet with spicy when you combine them with our delicions bread and butter pickles.

Low Country Boil

Once called Frogmore Stew, this one-pot wonder was created by a National Guardsman when he needed to cook a meal for 100 soldiers. Richard Gay, who learned the recipe from his family, had everyone remembering his stew. The dish was later named Frogmore, where Richard was from, by the guards who teased him about home. The postal service eliminated the name Frogmore, which changed this popular dish to Lowcountry boil.
Lucy Cooper’s Low Country Boil: $22
A dish large enough to share (but we won’t judge you if you finish it off by yourself) with one full snow crab cluster, a half-pound of coastal shrimp, smoked sausage and half an ear of fresh corn and a potato or two.

Sorta Pizza

Build Your Own Pizza: $14
Load your Sorta Pizza with up to five of our toppings of your choice.
Pepperoni Overload: $11
Three, that’s right, three different pepperonis on this bad boy! We overload it!
Big Pig Jig: $11
We put all the pig on this pie! Lots of pork sausage, ham, bacon, Canadian bacon, and pepperoni make up this bad boy. Add jalapenos to make it a Big Bad Wolf for $1.
Kitchen Sink: $13
Why not try a little bit of everything on your pizza? Our classic supreme has it all! The kitchen sink of Sorta Pizzas.
Prime Rib: $14
Lucy’s classic pie is sauced up with a thick Au Jus reduction and topped with shaved, in house roasted prime rib, cheese and caramelized onions baked to a golden deliciousness.
Pizza Toppings
Pepperoni
Diced Pepperoni
Pork-Beef Blend Pepperoni
Prime Rib
Italian Sausage
Canadian Bacon
Black Olive
Green Bell Pepper
Red Onion
Jalapenos

Things That Come From the Water

Low Country Shrimp
1/2 Pound: $12
Full Pound: $22
Low Country Crab
One whole pound of flavorful crab: Market price

Things That Come From the Garden

All salads are served with ranch.
House Salad: $6
For when you just have to have something light.
Pollo Padre Salad: $10
A wedge style salad topped with our grilled Pollo Padre chicken breast and Cowboy Caviar.

Things That Are Sweet

Fried Twinkies: $8
The ultimate comfort food that you don’t have to go to the state fair to get anymore! Dusted with powdered sugar and served with a raspberry puree for dipping.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Bites: $6
Deep fried chocolate chip cookie dough bites rolled in cinnamon sugar.
Cinnamonkey Bread: $7
Monkey bread, also called monkey puzzle bread, sticky bread, Hungarian coffee cake, golden dumpling coffee cake, pinch-me cake, and pluck-it cake, is a soft, sweet, sticky pastry served in the United States for breakfast or as a treat. It consists of pieces of soft baked dough sprinkled with cinnamon.

Brunch

Saturday and Sunday | 11 AM – 3 PM

We have pitchers of Mimosas and Bloody Marys for just $10, only during brunch!

Chicken in Waffles: $10
Literally chicken in a waffle. Homestyle breaded, and fried drums are put in our vanilla fresh waffle batter and waffled up! What comes out is lip-smacking goodness!
Cpt-Krunch French Toast: $9
Breakfast cereal is the breading in this griddled up French toast. Served with home-style potatoes.
Montecristo Waffle Sammich’: $12
Take a walk on the wild side with this one. A thin buttery and flavorful waffle becomes home to ham and cheese. We elevate it by dipping it into our homemade custard and pan frying it to create this mouthwatering sammich!
Breakfast Egg Rolls: $8
Scrambled eggs, diced bacon, home potatoes and cheese all rolled up eggroll style. Served with creamy country gravy for dipping.
Cinnamonkey Bread: $7
Monkey bread, also called monkey puzzle bread, sticky bread, Hungarian coffee cake, golden dumpling coffee cake, pinch-me cake, and pluck-it cake, is a soft, sweet, sticky pastry served in the United States for breakfast or as a treat. It consists of pieces of soft baked dough sprinkled with cinnamon.
Fried Egg Grilled Cheese Sandwich: $8
This Ice House Grilled Cheese has 4 slices of all-American cheese smashed between two prices of Texas Toast. Oh wait, we also fry two eggs and toss it in there.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Waffles: $7
We all love a good ol’ peanut butter and jelly sandwich but here are Lucy’s we like our food a bit…different. We place our peanut butter and jelly between two of our homemade waffles, place it in front of you and let you have at it!
The Walk of Shame: $10
The All-American style breakfast platter if you aren’t feeling up to anything but a plain ol’ breakfast, Belgium Style waffle, scrambled eggs, two bacon strips and rosemary truffle oil hashbrowns.
Hungry Hungry Hangover: $12
Nothing cures a hangover better than a good homecooked breakfast. Here at Lucy’s we have that cure with this placed stacked full of fried corn tortilla strips, scrambled eggs, onions and bell peppers, topped with our house pico. Served with a side of bacon, home style potatoes and on a giant tortilla plate!

Food Allergy Notice

Please be advised that food prepared here may contain these ingredients: milk, eggs, wheat, soybean, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish.