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A family friendly Mexican restaurant with a bar for the adults and special selections for the kids. The menu features traditional plates from various states in Mexico that truly gives you un Cachito de Mexico. Homemade flour and corn tortillas prepared daily. Every order comes with free sopapillas and a convenient drive-thru for those on the go. Open 7 days a week at 6:00 am every morning. The weekends feature live music that can be enjoyed on the patio directly across from the Witte Museum.
Sophisticated mixology in a casual setting. Delicious American Kobe beef burgers, too. -- Mark Jones (04/09)
Demo's restaurant is located right across from a local Greek Orthodox church and is one of two restaurants. St. Mary's Demo's features belly dancers on Wednesday nights, and delicious Greek food every night.
Florio's offers up good, honest, New York street-corner pizza (by way of New Jersey). The ambience is authentic, including the office set-up on a dining-room table just inside the door. Get there by 11:30 to beat the lunchtime lines. -- Burgin Streetman, 01/08
Las Leyendas pioneer Mickey Wakely is behind this clubby neighborhood joint, where Paris-trained executive chef Jonathan Parker pursues New World Continental perfection in a revamped deco building in the heart of Alamo Heights.
Full-flavored, family-style Italian food with few frills but lots of personality. Solid pizza, too.
San Antonio has more taco joints than yeller dawgs have ticks, but Taco Garage, an auto shop converted to a colorfully painted tacos-y-mas joint, does basic better than most. Wash down your Baribay Breakfast Plate - lush barbacoa with eggs, refried beans, and potatoes - with a cirsp apple Topo Chico.
A beloved Alamo Heights food landmark that serves some of the more unusual toppings in town in addition to all of the standards.
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