About Bohanans

Mark Bohanan

Executive Chef/Owner
Mark Bohanan, BBA Business Management, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, with credited hours towards completion of his MBA. Culinary Institute of America training via Morrison’s Inc. by Chefs David Binkel and Ron Kotter, Chef Mark graduated number one in his class. Professional experience includes many different areas in the culinary arts and food service industry. He has been involved as an Executive Chef and General Manager for over 16 years in a broad spectrum of businesses, from restaurants, cafeterias, and private clubs to major hospitals dietary direction. Chef Mark worked at honing his culinary skills alongside some of the best chefs in Texas. People like Dean Fearing, Tim Keating, Robert Del Grande, and Bruce Molzan were all influential in whetting his culinary appetite. Chef Mark has had the great opportunity to be employed by world renowned business entrepreneurs such as Robert Moody, Harris L. Kempner, George Mitchell, Jack S. Blanton, and Fred C. Burns. His past experiences have provided him with a tremendous training background and foundation in executive management covering many diverse areas of the food service and catering industry. While employed in Galveston, Texas, at the Artillery Club, Chef Mark quadrupled the annual sales while cutting costs and maximizing his skills as an Executive Chef and General Manager. These career paths have all led to Chef Mark opening his life-long dream in downtown San Antonio, Texas; Bohanan’s Prime Steaks & Seafood. He has been recognized as one of San Antonio, Texas’ finest Executive Chefs and an up and comer in the culinary world. A member of good stead in the Chaine des Rotisseurs, the Texas Restaurant Association, and the Culinary Federation of America.


Restaurant Hours

  • M-F 11AM - 2PM (LUNCH)
  • M-TH 5PM - 10PM
  • F-SAT 5PM - 11PM
  • SUN 5PM - 10PM

Bar Hours

  • M-F 11AM - 2PM (LUNCH)
  • M-TH 5PM - 11PM
  • F-SAT 5PM - 2AM
  • SUN 5PM - 10PM
  • We want all of our guests to feel at ease in our refined atmosphere, so please observe a suitable standard of dress — no flip flops, slogan t-shirts, denim shorts, jogging suits or tank tops.

  • Thank you for your consideration.
  • Scott Becker, GM