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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)
We regret to report that Bistro Thyme has closed. ;;Chef Sander Edmundson serves upscale comfort food in a pleasant interior. Keep an eye out for the crab cakes and meatloaf.
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)
Bribe or apologize your way to forgiveness with a box of luscious cocoa gems from this Stone Oak confectioner. Adventurous flavors like mango & habanero and Earl Grey are subtly delivered and elegantly decorated by St. Philip's College (and Chicago Chocolate Academy) grad Jamie Choi. the salted caramels in dark chocolate are sublime. -- Elaine Wolff (05/10)
Damien Watel's norhtern venture brings excellent, affordable French cuisine in a sophisticated setting to Stone Oak, with the usual outstanding fish entrees and excellent service. -- Richard Teitz (02/09)

; Intense, loud, sexy, and as dark as its chocolate, Coco scores as a salsa club, a dessert haven, and as a place to get wasted on chocolate-based drinks.

This is our best kept secret, Demo’s Stone Oak location in The Vineyard Shopping Center at the corner of Loop 1604 and Blanco Rd. At Demo’s we offer our guests a unique dining experience, similar to a quaint village on a Greek Island complete with Greek Music, good food and fun.
Sports-bar heaven, with televisions galore. Equally comfy for families or frats, with a full Americana menu of burgers, nachos, & wings, plus a good beer and bar selection. -- Clint Hale (11/08)
Family sports bar & full-menu restaurant, with kids menu. Free Wi-Fi. 2 times a day 1/2 priced happy hour. 56 TVs. All sports packages- UFC Fights. Kids game room.
A fun, contemporary steakhouse chain out of Dallas that gets the most important details right. Not as swanky as Morton's, but not as stuffy, either.
Gelato made fresh everyday! Italian coffee and Paninis
It's all about the meat, and big-personality side dishes, at this nouveau-Southwestern member of the Eddie V's chains. -- Richard Teitz (04/09)
Gourmet to go featuring upscale sandwiches and salads, a rotating menu featuring soups, pizzas, pastas, and entrees. Chef's case with items available by the piece or pound and a bakery case of various house made, cakes cookies and pies. Gourmet retail includes, pastas, sauces, Vosges chocolates and small label beers and wine.
One of the few true bistros in town, as exemplified by a classic entrecote with frites and a delicious croque madame.
This polished but lively temple of richly sauced fish dishes serves a mean happy hour, too, and the flirty professional crowd shows up for it. -- Richard Teitz (04/09)
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