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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
This new location of an old favorite has dropped the “Patio” part of its name, but continues its tradition of separate but equal sections for listening to live music and hanging out at a neighborhood bar. Acts on the well-appointed stage range from local indie buzz bands to hard rock to crate-digging DJs, but none of them will kill your buzz if you’re just there to grab a beer with your buddies.
In the heart of San Antonio an historic estate boasts a gallery of eclectic treasures! From Robert Harrison to 18th century fine paintings and local sculpture.
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