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Burger Restaurant located on the Southside of San Antonio at IH-35 South and SW Military Dr. within the Mayan Plaza complex. $4.99 Daily Specials: 1/3 lb. Burger w/ Cheese, Fried or Grilled Chicken Sandwich, and 'Daily' Sandwich come with Fries and a Drink, Projector TV, Karaoke Fridays, Family Environment. Try the Southsider, two 1/2 pound beef patties with your choice of cheeses on a 5 inch sesame seed bun for only $5.99. Hand-dipped shakes $2.25 daily. 'Dress your own burger' bar. Ericka's Veggie Burger scores high points among vegetarians.;Drink specials during Spurs and Cowboys games and Daily drink specials (Mon-Fri: 4pm-7pm). Draft beer on tap.;
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.
Raspberry would be good. So would lime, creamy vanilla, orange sherbet, blueberry, even a dark and tarry licorice - but not chocolate or caramel. No, I'm not talking ice cream flavors. This is a list of the colors that you might consider wearing when you visit Saigon Express. The restaurant's interior is the most amazingly intense light blue I have ever encountered in a restaurant, and since there is nothing on the walls to compete, you are it. So don't clash. (To the woman with the raspberry blouse - who prevailed on the congenial owner to allow her to come back and pay later - you're the inspiration for all this.)- Ron Bechtol
Samurai Sushi shines with some seafood dishes, and stumbles over certain sushi rolls, but delivers value and freshness on all fronts. The uni was particularly fresh, and the Seafood Dynamite lived up to its name. -- Ron Bechtol (01/09)
"Spring Break Every Day!" at San Antonio's first beach bistro. Everyone from 8 to 80 will have a blast! Live Music, your vacation recipes from around the world, palapa huts and the largest outdoor fun and sun PlayDock in the city. The kitchen is open past midnight every night for late night fun. Located on "The Road to Fun" on 1604 (on the way to Fiesta Texas and Sea World).
A near Southside ice house, practically under I-35, where the beer is appropriately cheap, the condiments are self-serve, and you dancers work out to Tejano on warm summer nights. -- Lyle Rosdahl (02/09)
Sapore's Pizza is a small family owned take-out Pizzeria. Sapore's Pizza also serves sandwiches, pastas, and desserts. Sapore's Pizza is committed to bringing you a great tasting pizza, fresh ingredients, competitive pircing and friendly staff.
Boy, howdy. The belles at the bar were in full rodeo regalia on a recent Saturday night at Scenic Loop Cafe. Rising to the occasion, Mike Barfield's band held court under the glassy-eyed gaze of a major trophy head and in front of a backdrop of cedar cabin cladding. Despite the group's lively sound, the bar was a place of refuge from the adjacent dining room where the noise level seemed higher- and lacked the acoustic appeal of Mike's "original Americana" music. Framed in hard surfaces, including a flagstone floor, the restaurant is its own amplifier, and the handsome kilim and other rugs hung about don't quite do the job of noise suppression during peak hours. So here's a tip: Even on weekends, Scenic Loop's crowd appears to be an early one and there was a noticeable thinning by 8:30. Arrive late. And arrive hungry, the portions are enormous. - Ron Bechtol
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
Better yet is local franchise Sea Island Shrimp House, which combines the easygoing, devil-may-care-about-the-upholstery ethos of fast food with crispy fried shrimp and a few grown-up fish dishes. The new location at Bandera Road and Loop 1604 is big and loud and lacks the circa 1965 charm of the Rector shack, but it's also informal and cheerful. -Elaine Wolff
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