Mexican in San Antonio

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    What would you expect from a place called the Malt House? If your answer is a thick, syrupy malt topped with whipped cream and a cherry, think again. The Malt House serves homestyle dishes simply made - meaning that the malts in question are actually just cups of soft-serve frozen yogurt - doused with a healthy topping of Hershey's if you order chocolate. Apart from this unusual deviation - after all, the beverage is the institution's namesake! - the Malt House doesn't stray from the traditional definitions of the dishes on its menu. Pull into the parking lot on Zarzamora and Commerce, and turn on your lights if you'd like to eat in your car. But since it's a bitter cold February, you would do better to go inside and cozy up to a plate of enchiladas. The atmosphere is friendly and chaotic - filled with families during dinner, coworkers and cops during lunch, and party-goers late at night. And the food - if not sophisticated or exotic, is just right for a cold San Antonio day. - Laura Fries
    What would you expect from a place called the Malt House? If your answer is a thick, syrupy malt topped with whipped cream and a cherry, think again. The Malt House serves homestyle dishes simply made - meaning that the malts in question are actually just cups of soft-serve frozen yogurt - doused with a healthy topping of Hershey's if you order chocolate. Apart from this unusual deviation - after all, the beverage is the institution's namesake! - the Malt House doesn't stray from the traditional definitions of the dishes on its menu. Pull into the parking lot on Zarzamora and Commerce, and turn on your lights if you'd like to eat in your car. But since it's a bitter cold February, you would do better to go inside and cozy up to a plate of enchiladas. The atmosphere is friendly and chaotic - filled with families during dinner, coworkers and cops during lunch, and party-goers late at night. And the food - if not sophisticated or exotic, is just right for a cold San Antonio day. - Laura Fries
    New resturant with warm atmosphere perfect for business lunches/dinners or cozy dinner dates! Large menu selection, affordable prices and full bar at your service.
    A Mexican seafood restaurant that's purer and more pristine than most playas. Savor the simply titled "seafood soup," the crab tostada, or any of the campechana cocktails. -- Ron Bechtol, 04/08
    Martinez Barbacoa & Tamales

    ; This family run shop is only open Friday-Sunday, but waiting for the weekend guarantees a treat. Go for take-out tacos, or better yet, get barbacoa by the pound, a couple-dozen tamales, a tub of menudo and some of the best charro beans for an easy Sunday.

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    A family favorite in San Antonio for a long time, Mexican Manhattan is known for its fast and friendly service and its unique style.
    Mi Tierra Cafe & Panaderia is a favorite of San Antonio residents and has been around since 1941.
    Authentic Persian cuisine, highlighting open-flame prepared kebabs, tender braised lamb shank, and delectable Ghorme sabzi and Kubideh. Additional Mexican fare available, as well.

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