Restaurant Reviews

Tokyo Cowboy's food satisfies with pan-Asian flavors, even if its name is a little misleading

Tokyo Cowboy sports an impressive menu of Japanese whiskies and a kitchen that turns out dishes that range around the Pacific Rim, from Spam to Sukiyaki burgers.

By Ron Bechtol

Nothing shouts "Tokyo" at Tokyo Cowboy Whisky Diner, the recent addition to downtown San Antonio's dining scene. Don't go expecting the labyrinthine alleyways of Netflix's charming Midnight Diner or the neon-washed boulevards featured in other on-screen depictions of the teeming metropolis...

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Gimme Gimme
803 S. St. Mary's St.,
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Make Ready Market
711 Broadway,
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