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Great fajita tacos, just like my pothead aunt used to make.
Fresh Mexican cuisine.
Decent Texas barbecue and beer-joint burgers in a sports-centric atmosphere. The strong St. Mary's ties keep it local and genuine.
Sports-bar heaven, with televisions galore. Equally comfy for families or frats, with a full Americana menu of burgers, nachos, & wings, plus a good beer and bar selection. -- Clint Hale (11/08)
Fattboy Burgers & Dogs, is a Premier Burger and Hot Dog American Restaurant for family dining located in San Antonio. Serving only fresh and never frozen Angus beef, Hebrew National® kosher franks and fresh cut seasoned fries. Fattboy's is a family owned and operated business and we look forward to having all of you come and enjoy the great food and times with us.
Looking for GREAT burgers in a comfortable, relaxed environment for the whole family? Stop by Fatty's Burgers & More and fill up on fun, favorites, and the three G's- Great Food, Great Service and a Great Atmosphere.;
Traditional continental cuisine along the River Walk.
Excellent house-made sandwiches with gourmet twists, such as habanero-garlic aioli, organic baby greens, and freshly baked bread, served in a converted vintage Southtown gas station. -- Mark Jones (05/09)
Spicy noodles for your sweaty forehead and water-gulping pleasure.
Florio's offers up good, honest, New York street-corner pizza (by way of New Jersey). The ambience is authentic, including the office set-up on a dining-room table just inside the door. Get there by 11:30 to beat the lunchtime lines. -- Burgin Streetman, 01/08
Fonda Latina successfully captures the flavors of authentic Colombian cuisine, serving traditional dishes like bistek a caballo -- steak with a fried egg on top -- banana-leaf-wrapped tamales, and arepas con pollo with aji.
At high noon in Bandera, the Cowboy Capital of the world, not much happens, I'd reckon. But at 9 on a Friday evening, the joint is jumping. Well, twitching, at least. A quick walk down Main Street revealed a seemly crowd at the Old Spanish Trail restaurant, chowing down on salads from the chuckwagon bar and swiveling on genuine saddle seats at the counter. Some serious boot scootin' was going on at the Bandera Saloon up the street. And in the ultra-atmospheric basement that is Arkey Blue's Silver Dollar, Arkey and his band were warming up for a long evening of Shiner suds and folks shuffling around in sawdust on the dance floor.;Fool Moon Café, on the other hand, was just winding up its evening operations. Open at odd hours, the diminutive café/bakery/coffee house, with its artfully aged walls, scarred pine floors (we imagined spurs doing the scarring, of course), and tables topped with butcher paper, had filled maybe half of its 45 seats during the two hours it's open for Friday dinner. At the leisurely pace of service, it is hard to imagine that much more of a crowd could be accommodated by Jason Boone and his hard-working sidekick Cory Winfield. We didn't feel neglected, but we did spend the two entire hours at table. - Ron Bechtol
Tasty Chinese food.
The picturesque setting of Fralo’s Art of Pizza may well be your first clue that you’re in for an out of the ordinary dining experience, from the hidden aspect reminiscent of a fabled Italian village under the trees. Independent owners Frank & Lori Hakspiel have created the place to see and be seen; you might even spot a famous face. Adopted into the hearts of their community for family celebrations, discussing business or quiet romance. Enjoy live music on the patio and bring along your favorite bottle of wine to pair with a host of eye-opening, taste bud-stirring toppings that put the Art in Pizza ;
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