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L'Etoile closed its doors unexpectedly this year. You can still enjoy Thierry's cuisine at the Grill at Leon Springs.
The exterior is quiet and unassuming - a small tan building, tucked behind the Uniroyal station on Hildebrand and Broadway. For years, I had driven by the place - occasionally tempted by the sign offering lunch specials - but had never managed to catch it when it was open. But as luck would have it, I stumbled upon La Calesa at just the right time one day in a hungry quest. And what a magical discovery it was: Inside the unassuming building was a jewel box of Mexican delights - a brightly painted home for delicacies that had been wowing critics since its 1983 opening. Bright Mediterrean blue, canary yellow, and lime green walls are adorned with art both surreal and traditional, and posted on the wall is a yellowing review from our own Ron Bechtol - years before he joined the Current. So, had the years treated La Calesa kindly? Indeed they had - and La Calesa treated us kindly as well. And although the food wasn't quite what we had expected, it was belly-moaning good. - Laura Fries
It's like stepping into an authentic wine cave! Lave Cave du Comfort features hard-to-find French, Italian, Spanish, Austrian, and German wines including local Hill Country favorites. Great grilled panini sandisches, and don't miss the fabulous creme brulee, tiramisu, and chocolate mousse for dessert.
The "cabin" food may be rustic, but it's puro Mexico and right-on. Try the hearty huaraches, the superior, chicken-filled sopes, the earthy molcajete plate, and the subtle enchiladas verdes. -- Ron Bechtol (08/08)
Serving a healthier Tex-Mex since 1974, La Fiesta has proven that alfalfa sprouts and chalupas can coexist. The meat-free veggie items let the garlic and tomato shine through, enhancing the flavors in cheese and tofu enchiladas smothered in red sauce, and flaky puffy tacos filled with savory crumbled tofu
Look, if you want a good drink, make your margarita at home. But, if you’re headed out: La Fogata’s brightly lit rascuache patios and fountains feel like a holiday any night of the week, making it the perfect setting for sipping the margaritas that earned it the nickname “I Forgotta.”
Damien Watel's Southtown homage to Belgian food and cafe life feels and tastes deliciously European, from the creamy shrimp fritters to the succulent moules and crispy frites. The fresh fish is usually excellent, too, and a top-notch selection of Belgian beers complements the wine list. -- 01/09
Fine French cuisine served in a quiet, elegant atmosphere.
Fine French cuisine served in a quiet, elegant atmosphere.
Fine French cuisine served in a quiet, elegant atmosphere.
Fine French cuisine served in a quiet, elegant atmosphere.
Upscale Mexican cuisine and, of course, great margaritas.
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