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Bistro Vatel

Bistro Vatel

218 East Olmas, San Antonio, TX 78212

In the heart of historic San Antonio. Bistro Vatel endures as San Antonio’s favorite French culinary destination, and has been hailed as an oasis of intimate, unpretentious dining replete with a four-star menu that rivals the best menus of France’s elegant, countryside haunts. Critics swoon and locals swear by our unparalleled food, service and atmosphere. Open Tuesday through Friday for lunch, and Tuesday through Sunday for dinner.

Bolo's Restaurant

Bolo's Restaurant

9821 Colonnade Boulevard, San Antonio, TX 78230

The award-winning Bolo’s Restaurant turns dining into an art form. Acclaimed as one of San Antonio’s highest-rated restaurants, Bolo’s features diverse and exciting cuisine that has been described as true International American dining. Choose from a list of more than 30 fine wines by the glass while enjoying decadent creations from our experienced Chefs.

Fralo's

Fralo's

23651 IH-10 West, San Antonio, TX 78257

The picturesque setting of Fralo’s Art of Pizza may well be your first clue that you’re in for an out of the ordinary dining experience from the hidden asset reminiscent of a fabled Italian village under the trees. Independent owners Frank & Lori Hakspiel have created the place to see and be seen, you might even spot a famous face. Adopted into the hearts of their community for family celebrations, discussing business or quiet romance. Enjoy live music on the patio and bring along your favorite bottle of wine to pair with a host of eye-opening, taste bud-stirring toppings that put the Art in Pizza.

BEST PIZZA
CitySearch Best, 2007, 2008
AOL's City's Best, 2007, 2008
Best Outdoor Dining, 2008
Best neighborhood dining, 2008
Best Of Search City's Best, 2006,
BEST NEW RESTAURANT
San Antonio Express News, 2005
CAMPUS PARTNER OF THE YEAR
North Side Independant
School District, 2005
Frank Hakspiel
Lori Hakspiel
Chefs/Owners

Las Canarias

Las Canarias

112 College Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

Las Canarias restaurant reflects the charm and ambience of colonial Spain, taking its name from the Canary Islanders who, in 1731, established the first civil township in Texas on the banks of the San Antonio River. Las Canarias offers epicureans a romantic and relaxing experience, whether it be for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Guests may dine indoors in the multi-tiered dining room, or alfresco while watching the river barges float by on the serene Riverwalk. Las Canarias’ elegant setting is enhanced by daily menu features from Executive Chef John Brand, who favors the freshest ingredients from top-rated farms and ranches and uses indigenous herbs and spices to reflect New American cuisine with the strong regional flair of the Texas Hill Country.

Oro Restaurant & Bar

Oro Restaurant & Bar

705 East Houston Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

A restaurant that can stand on its own culinary merit and sophistication, yet sit comfortably within the beauty and scale of a large hotel – such is the delight of the ORO Restaurant and Bar. ORO sets a new standard in modern Mediterranean cuisine. ORO Restaurant and Bar is open daily in the lobby of the Emily Morgan Hotel. Happy Hour daily from 5pm–7pm with drink specials and complimentary appetizers. A superb tapas menu is also available.

Texas de Brazil

Texas de Brazil

313 E. Houston Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

Texas de Brazil, the nation’s premier Brazilian steakhouse, is carving a new experience in dining. The dynamic menu includes extensive meat selections of beef, lamb, pork, chicken and sausage all deliciously seasoned, roasted over an open flame and carved tableside by gauchos. The restaurant also features a fresh, gourmet salad area containing more than 50 items, a selection of decadent desserts and an award-winning wine list! Texas de Brazil – a truly outstanding experience awaits you.

Zocca Cuisine d'Italia

420 West Market St., San Antonio, TX 78205

Zocca Cuisine d’Italia is located on the San Antonio Riverwalk serving Italian fare. The name Zocca was chosen for the small town in Italy known for its cuisine. The decor is casual, warm and inviting with a contemporary flare and rustic accents. The restaurant features handcrafted woods, hammered copper tabletops, leather bar stools and dark metallic fabrics. Guests can choose to dine in the lively lounge, the comfort of the restaurant, or on the patio where they can enjoy the soothing waters of the river, historic bridges and swaying cypress trees. The restaurant is designed to provide families, friends and guests to the city an inviting and memorable dining experience at a great value.

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