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Aldaco's Stone Oak outpost remains true to its downtown roots with fresh, flavorful Mex and signature treats, including the avocado margarita and pastel tres leches. -- Ron Bechtol (02/09)
Downtown happy-hour central, come one, come all. Great conversation hideout, with friendly bartenders and stiff shots. -- SgtCody (10/08)
With oysters on the menu and a wine bar out back, Augie's is not your average "Q" joint. Go for the pork ribs and brisket, and stay for the rest.
Just a laid-back, friendly, South Texas ice house in the King William neighborhood. -- Lyle Rosdahl (10/08)
Sophisticated contemporary setting overlooking a quieter corner of the River Walk, just off the ostentatious Grand Hyatt lobby. -- Mark Jones (02/09)
Superior spring rolls, delicious grilled quail, and oustanding duck hot pot. Call ahead for Vietnamese specialties, including duck, goat, and seafood hot pot. -- Mark Jones (12/08)
This local favorite is famous for its too-big-for-takeout 42-inch pizza, and beloved for its lay-it-on-thick approach to toppings.
Bruce Auden continues to be the city's premier apostle of world-wise regional cooking, and there is no better place to get one's gastronomic feet and whistle wet than at the sinuous bar. Here, the noodle menu includes such enticements as chicken fried oysters with squid ink pasta and pancetta, and a red coconut curry with egg noodles, shrimp, and snap peas - which can be paired to appropriate wines by the glass from Biga's ample list. - Ron Bechtol
Famed for their lunch deli, their quality meat, Bolner’s Fiesta spices, and a skillful butcher, this family business is a San Antonio institution that can handle tripe as well as a porterhouse. Carries Akaushi beef and American kobe, too.
Scott Cohen's eagerly awaited Northwest French fantasy land delivers with high style, traditional fare, and a full bar starring the green fairy of French cafe-society lore. -- Ron Bechtol (03/09)
A laid-back Southtown repository of sticky trends for late adopters (read: SA), including tapioca beads, Asian-exotic fruit flavors, and hookahs.
Mom's night off for four or 40, Bud Jones hand-batters its tasty slate of deep-fried goods. Tops are the hubcap-size chicken-fried steak and the Rockport Shrimp. -- Sam Siegel (11/08)
The best coffeehouse is Candlelight Coffeehouse, which stands out not only for its divine java, but also for its couches, cats, and wine. Its only drawback is that it doesn't open until 4 p.m., which in coffee terms, is about the time to drink decaf unless it's the weekend. On the other hand, it's the perfect time for wine.
Sophisticated mixology in a casual setting. Delicious American Kobe beef burgers, too. -- Mark Jones (04/09)
Maybe this Brazilian steakhouse sounds a little gimmicky, but the perfectly seared meat served on swords by waiters in gauchos needs no apology. Nor does the salad bar, which puts its American counterparts to shame. Go very hungry. -- Bonnie Walker (06/09)
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