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Highly popular and therefore crowded American restaurant with a sort of generic interior but not a bad spot.
Jacala may be San Antonio's oldest family-owned restaurant, but it's not sentimentality that keeps people coming back for the standard Mexican fare. The food is inexpensive and filling. While the trompe l'oeil bricks and ivy summon visions of eating along the River Walk rather than West Avenue, the entrees are strictly tourist grade. - John Brewer
There is a certain baseline set of components essential to the quality of a Mexican restaurant in San Antonio, and they are few indeed. Tortillas, beans, and salsa are the Holy Trinity - nutritionally and culturally; all the rest is gravy. James' Café, Cantina, Patio, etc. has taken over the space at East Woodlawn and North St. Mary's - most famously occupied by Café Camille - and the Manet-like mural that distinguished the rear dining room of this Topsy-like compound has been minimally Mexified to suit the new theme. In the front parlor, colors have been vivified as well, and a tortilla-making station has been installed; at peak times, two tortilleras are busily engaged in patting and rolling out corn and flour tortillas. Even before you find a seat in the jumble of tables, this is a positive sign. - Ron Bechtol
Delicious and rambunctious.
Newer of the Thai establishments around the Medical Center area. Offers unique dishes such as the green papaya salad. Enjoy the homemade coconut ice cream for dessert.
Authentic Chicago style Hot Dogs made from Vienna Beef products from Chicago. Each order is made by Jerry born and raised in Chicago. No doubt the real and closest real Vienna Beef chicago style Hot Dogs in San Antonio! Garanteed! The most popular items are: Chicago Style Hot Dogs Hot dogs with mustard, sweet relish, chopped onions, tomotoe wedges, sport peppers, kosher pickle spear, and kosher salt on a poppy see bun, Italian Beef on with coice of Hot Giardiniera Peppers and beef gravy or grilled bell peppers, onions and mozzarella cheese on Gonella Bread, Italian Sausage with red sauce and grilled onions on a Gonella Bread, Maxwell Street Polish Sausage with your choice of mustard or spicy mustard grilled onions or sauerkraut and sport peppers on a poppy seed bun, Chili Dog with Bistro Chili, chopped onions, and cheddar cheese on a plain bun. Try an Italian Beef Combo if you are really hungry, it's made of Vienna Italian Beef Sausage and Italian Beef with Hot Giardiniera peppers and beef gravy or grilled bell peppers, onions, and mozzarella cheese, Pizza Puffs, more sandwiches available, including daily specials! All Set in a comfortable family setting in the heart of downtown San Antonio!
Formerly Galaxies 21 and 22, Jerusalem Grill serves an inviting blend of Persian, Turkish, and Eastern Mediterranean fare. Plus, hookahs, halal meat, and a full Middle-Eastern-Lebanese menu.
The atmosphere is one for parties and the food is quite good. The waitstaff is a fun group and very willing to entertain or have the clientele entertain them.
Fun waitstaff. Delicious food. Great for parties.
The food is delicious and the waitstaff is fun. Great for parties.
Joe's ambience falls short of the food, but the textbook New York-style crust makes up for it. Try the Florentine, and don't skip the cheesy garlic bread. -- Haylley Johnson (06/09)
Not far into the introduction of one of my Greek cookbooks, the following assertion appears: "The truth is that the Greeks taught everyone else how to cook and eat." After which the students outstripped the teacher, I couldn't help thinking - a conclusion the authors almost reluctantly come to a few paragraphs later when they admit that, " ... modern Greek food may lack a certain polish when compared to some of its sister cuisines in the Mediterranean basin." But they follow up by noting, "It may well be that the very simple character of Greek home cooking is what makes it so appealing." If we can add restaurant cooking to the pot, John the Greek fits the;model to a tau. The atmosphere is travel-poster plain; the service is smart but familiar and the food, well, the best of it is homey and utterly unpretentious, except for the all-Greek wine list.;- Ron Bechtol
An ethereally smoky, tender, and moist sliced brisket sandwich is served on white bread, the way God intended, and the sausage at this economically sized Eastside joint is no slouch, either. Save room for 7UP pound cake for dessert.
Plentiful and delicious sandwiches, soups, salads, and other fare in a cozy, wholesome atmosphere.
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