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30 years experience brought together for unique casual dining. Tex/Mex. American entrees available. Breakfast and Lunch specials daily. Dicounts available for perferred employees. Look for select dinners. Outside patio dining, and private parties are a few things you can expect. Opening April 02,2007
REAL PIT BBQ!!!! We smoke all the meat from start to finish with mesquite wood. Brisket,pork rib, chicken, lamb rib to name a few!Once you taste our BBQ, you can't eat any other BBQ.Hands-down! The flavor of mesquite at the restaurant makes you feel you are in the middle of woods and the taste of meat is so juicy and just fantastic! We do custom smoke as well. Please bring your own meat and we will smoke it for you!! It is perfect for your party and family gathering. We guarantee you that you will get so much compliment!!We have been here at the same location for over 25 years and all the meat has been smoked by the SAME person all these years. Please come on by and enjoy the true taste of real pit BBQ in town. We are awarded as a BEST BBQ by SA express news in 2008. We just don't want you to miss out our tasty BBQ EVER!
The house-made pastries are the standout at this hearty restaurant, but jaegerschnitzel was a hit, too. -- Mark Jones (02/09)
Part of a chain of Italian restaurants featuring delicious pasta dishes in portions that often have to be finished at home, fine wines, and an elegant but casual atmosphere.
Great food.
Sophisticated, community-oriented, with cool workstations and lots of reading material (pick up the Current outside the front door!). Latte foam so rich, it’s dessert.
Oloroso brings a taste of the Mediterranean to Southtown, with house-made cheese and charcuterie plates, duck confit with a frisée salad, grilled hanger steak with roasted cippolini onions. Menu changes with the seasons. Excellent beer and wine.
Gut German joint.
Cheap and delicious.
A harmonious melding of cultures: solid breakfast tacos and delicious fresh doughnuts served in a perfect diner meets taco joint atmosphere -- just don't try to order them from the same drive-thru lane.
In the lobby of the Emily Morgan Hotel, guests will find pure gold – the ORO Restaurant and Bar. Spanish for "gold," ORO provides diners in San Antonio with a superb culinary dining experience that centers upon Executive Chef Moses Cruz's regional Texas cuisine. ;Open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and with high-speed wireless Internet service throughout the restaurant and bar, ORO features a daily Happy Hour from 5:00 to 7:00pm with drink specials available. The ORO margarita was recently selected as the "Best Margarita in all of San Antonio." The extensive martini menu has been rated as one of the top three in all of San Antonio.;;For San Antonio fine dining, ORO offers a spectacular new menu each season served in one of the most stunning dining rooms in all of San Antonio. The sophisticated space features dark wood floors, high-backed booths, chairs upholstered in smoked-salmon colored fabric, and subtle lighting of custom-made fabric cones and votive candles.
Here's a promise: In writing about Oro, there will be no cheap references to "good as gold," "gold standard," "fool's gold," etc. Although it's tempting, very tempting. My first comment does have to do with gold as a color: The faded blue denim shirts on the waiters have to go - with the possible exception of the one on our waiter. (It matched his eyes, according to a dining companion who notices such things.) As a part of last year's redo of the Emily Morgan, Oro rose from the ashes of the utterly undistinguished Yellow Rose Café. Now garbed in golds and deep browns, illuminated by handsome fabric pendants, sconces, and votive candles, and sporting such flagrantly opulent touches as an alabaster bar glowing from lights placed beneath, the restaurant has an air of elegance rivaled by few in the city. The second-string waitstaff is garbed in black, tunic-style jackets. So what's with the denim? Think of an evening at Oro as theater, and you'll understand where I'm coming from. Thinking of the menu as Modern Italian, as it claims to be, may help define its direction some, but isn't really necessary to enjoyment of the meal. - Ron Bechtol
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