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Restaurants You'll Find at San Antonio Flavor 2016 

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The list of local restaurants for San Antonio Flavor 2016 is set. Here are the 35 restaurants exhibiting their culinary work. Enjoy some of the best cuisine San Antonio has to offer on March 24 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the San Antonio Museum of Art (200 W. Jones Ave.). Tickets are still available.
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Nectar Wine Bar & Ale House
214 Broadway, (210) 375-4082,
Nectar will be on hand to serve their selection of treats that go so well with wine.

Photo via Instagram (Lisa Rivas-Moore)
Bite Restaurant
1012 S. Presa St., (210) 532-2551,
Bite offers big food for not-so big prices.

Photo via Bite Restaurant
1024 S. Alamo St., (210) 354-1024,
Feast takes New American cuisine and adds a Mediterranean flair to it.

Photo via Instagram (stefanbowers)
Pharm Table Café
106 Auditorium Circle, (210) 802-1860,
Home of the gluten-free, sugar-free dairy-free bowls of goodness.

Photo by Jessica Elizarraras
226 E. Olmos Drive, (210) 822-0100,
Share the food with your bestie, if you don’t feel like spending the afternoon in a food coma.

Photo via Instagram (josierees)
Zinc Bistro & Bar
207 N. Presa St., (210) 224-2900,
Food that pairs well with wine in a charming and chic environment.

Photo via Zinco Bistro & Bar
Alchemy Kombucha and Culture
1123 N. Flores St., (210) 320-1168,
Fizzy cocktails, locavore bites and a great patio to boot — Alchemy has it all.

Photo by Joseph Hernandez
Hearsay Urban Taste
709 S. Alamo St., (210) 336-4044,
Chef Diego Fernandez's newest restaurant taking the place of Starfish.

Photo by Facebook (Hearsay)
Shuck Shack
520 E. Grayson St., (210) 236-7422,
A casual place for your oyester needs.

Photo by Dan Payton
The Friendly Spot
943 S. Alamo St., (210) 224-2337,
The Friendly Spot isn't just about beer.

Photo via Facebook (The Friendly Spot)
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Box Street Social
(210) 617-0775,
When you find this truck, make sure to get the pulled pork.

Photo via Box Street Social
521 E. Grayson St., (210) 481-8776,
An innovative take on classic meat dishes.

Photo via Facebook (Grayze)
Salata Huebner Oaks
11075 W I-10, Suite 310, (210) 251-2795,
Healthy eating shouldn't be this good.

Photo via Facebook (Salata Huebner Oaks)
Vida Mia Cuisine
19141 Stone Oak Pkwy., Suite 803, (210) 490-2011,
The place to go for authentic Mexican food.

Photo via Facebook (Vida Mia Cuisine)
Ro-Ho Pork & Bread
623 Urban Loop, (210) 800-3487,
Juicy pork drowning in delicious sauce.

Photo via Facebook (Ro-Ho Pork & Bread)
330 E. Basse Road, Suite 101, (210) 832-8288,
You can't go wrong with pizza.

Photo via Facebook (Grimaldi's)
Thai Topaz
9386 Huebner Road, #101, (210) 690-6000,
The place to go to start an affair with Thai food.

Photo via Facebook (Thai Topaz)
152 E. Pecan St., (210) 444-0702,
This is not the kind of ramen found in a bag.

Photo via Facebook (Kimura)
200 W. Jones Ave., (210) 896-6161,
Who knew such delicious treats could be found at a museum?

Photo via Facebook (Sketch)
The Fairview
3428 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 731-8009,
If you get a glazed doughnut, you're doing it wrong.

Photo via Facebook (The Fairview)
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Highbrow Coffee Co.
(210) 310-4638,
Call to get a cup of coffee delivered to you.

Photo via Facebook (Highbrow Coffee Co.)
Rosella Coffee Co.
203 E. Jones Ave., # 101, (210) 277-8574,
Tasty food to go with a cup of tasty coffee.

Photo via Facebook (Rosella Coffee Co.)
Sweet Chela's
2118 Cincinnati Ave., (210) 897-0879,
The prettiest desserts.

Photo via Facebook (Sweet Chela's)
Lily's Cookies
2716 McCullough Ave., (210) 832-0886,
Order cookies of your favorite sports team.

Photo via Facebook (Lily's Cookies)
Smoke Shack
3714 Broadway, (210) 957-1430,
Come for the brisket, stay for the brisket.

Photo via Facebook (Smoke Shack)
The Barbecue Station
1610 NE Loop 410, (210) 824-9191,
Whichever meat you pick, it's going to be juicy.

Photo via Facebook (The Barbecue Station)
Dignowity Meats
1701 E. Houston St., (210) 462-1496,
Come to fill up on comfort foods.

Photo via Facebook (Dignowity Meats)
Luna Rosa Puerto Rican Grill y Tapas
2603 SE Military Drive, #106, (210) 314-3111,
Find out what real Puerto Rican food tastes like.

Photo via Facebook (Luna Rosa Puerto Rican Grill y Tapas)
La Frite Belgian Bistro
728 S. Alamo St., (210) 224-7555,
Order the Moule Frites to get a taste of Belgium.

Photo via La Frite Belgian Bistro
The Cajun Wagon
(830) 391-4780,
Drown yourself in crawfish and then eat your way out.

Photo via Facebook (The Cajun Wagon)
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303 Pearl Pkwy., Suite 111, (210) 951-9393,
Get the first taste of Chef Geronimo Lopez's new Peruvian-Asian restaurant opening this summer.

Photo via Botika
Merit Coffee
2001 S. Presa St., (210) 259-8201,
The coffee isn't the only thing good here.

Photo via Instagram (Meritroastingco)
The Old Main Assoc.
2512 N. Main Ave, (210) 562-3440,
You didn't realize it until right now that you want a concha burger.

Photo via Facebook (The Old Main Assoc.)
Beto's Alt-Mex
8142 Broadway St., (210) 930-9393,
Beto's offers a simple menu done right.

Photo via Facebook (Betos' Alt-Mex.)
Nectar Wine Bar & Ale House
214 Broadway, (210) 375-4082,
Nectar will be on hand to serve their selection of treats that go so well with wine.

Photo via Instagram (Lisa Rivas-Moore)

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