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    Chef Adrian Garcia brings new Nuevo Latino Cuisine to the 1604 area near UTSA with a chic atmosphere. Sabor is located inside the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel and will be a sponsor of this years Arts and Eats Gala.
    Gabriel Centeno's new restaurant barely a month old with very good food with teir family's recipies from durango mexico such as sweet chiles rellenos, pescado ala veracruzana and teir made to order arroz con leche with raisins and homemade flan.
    There is little in this world that reminds me of Germany more acutely than the smell of cooked red cabbage. I get sentimental at the mere smell of it, and the only thing to do is reduce that bowl of shredded roughage to a shallow puddle of purple juice. I don't have to go far in San Antonio to get my fix. Basically, I have two options: I can either wait for a periodic brouhaha at the King William biergarten of the Beethoven Männerchor, or head to Schilo's Delicatessen. While I much prefer the former for pure beer-swilling, chicken-dancing, oompa-oompa madness, the latter is perfect for a filling lunch at one of the finest German eateries in the Lone Star state (and with a quick glance at my name, you can assume I know a thing or two about the matter). Since the Schilo family landed in San Antonio in 1914, the name has become an institution synonymous with cheap eats and tasty treats. And not for nothing. The deli — in decor, price, and fare — is a throwback to the golden days of pioneer sensibilities and pure Deutsche grit. - Tucker Teutsch III
    Breakfast, lunch and dinner plates at affordable prices make dining here a treat. Generous portions. Be sure to try the calabazito de puerco.
    A cosmopolitan corner spot on one of downtown’s busiest intersections, with views of the street, expert coffee drinks, and the best-priced panini in town.
    A new addition to the San Antonio burger scene. They come with a good reputation.
    28 different custom made sandwiches, wraps, cheese steaks, homemade soups and fresh salads. All sides are made fresh every day.;;Gourmet Burgers with hand cut fries on Mondays. Blue Plate Specials every Wednesday.All-You-Can-Eat Waffle Bar on Saturdays.;;Looking for something different? Then try the San Antonio Cheesesteak covered with our house made Hombre Sauce. Spicy and Great!;;The Chef makes a home made banana pudding that will knock your socks off!;;Catering and party trays for all occasions available. Corporate Catering Accounts available.
    The Stinson Airport Cafe offers no-frills lunch grub. Why drive all the way to Mission Road for carne guisada? For the ambience: The Cafe's patio is an eerily peaceful spot to watch planes take off, although a recent remodel of the WPA-era terminal removed some of the historical gloss. -- Ron Bechtol (05/09)
    Union Stock Yards closed on April 18, 2001. As the lights went out on the last auction, most people thought the same would happen to the Cafe, a steak-and-eggs type of place that had been around as long as the 112-year-old yards. Of course, owner Mike McElreath had no plans to close the home-cooking, lunch- and breakfast-serving joint. Although located a few hundred feet from the cattle chutes, the Cafe drew most of its clientele from the courthouse neighborhood farther up South Laredo. But add the fact that nearby Kelly Air Force base closed and business took an immediate drop, and the lunch rush isn't so rushed anymore. What still remains are the meats, all cut on site, a homemade buttermilk pie, and potatoes mashed each morning. Filled with the black-and-white photos of auctions, ranch families, and the yards themselves, the diner — like an unofficial museum — is keeping at least a small part of the area's 100-plus-year history alive. - John Brewer
    Tacos, Homemade Tortillas, Grilled Cuban Sandwiches and awesome Cheeseburgers. We have smoked Brisket and Barbacoa every day!

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