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Barbaro
Barbaro is an Italianesque neighborhood bistro featuring wonderfully wacko pizzas, inventive salads and small plates, and drinks of distinction.

Biryani Pot
Biryani Pot brings Hyderabadi cuisine to San Antonio with fish and goat battling for dominance.

Café Bahar
Cuisine that skews a little more multi-culti with Hyderabadi, southern Indian and Indo-Chinese offerings.

Camaron Pelado Seafood Grill
This Westside beachhead adds to the growing corpus of Mexican seafood options in San Antonio.

Francis Bogside
A bar takes on new life with an expanding selection of well-executed dining options.

Grayze
More than a clever name, Grayze offers solid takes on American classics with global perspectives.

The Luxury
Chef Andrew Weissman plays with sandwiches and salads served from stacked cargo containers.

Shuck Shack
Oysters and such in a family-friendly, beach-bum environment.

SoBro Pizza Co.
Inventive Neapolitan-style pizza without the certificate or the imported oven.

Stella Public House
Stella Public House in Southtown shines with generally good pizzas and even better brews.

Tuk Tuk Tap Room
Tuk Tuk pairs classic and creatively tweaked street foods of South Asia with over 60 craft beers in an artsy-casual setting, beer garden included.

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