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

Classy, contemporary cuisine on the edge of the city’s prime historic district --- the best of both worlds.

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

Pearl’s 1904 administration building is now a shrine to Southern cuisine complete with custom-cured meats.

Offering contemporary American cuisine, Folc is still finding its feet; look for it to sprint soon.

Hot Joy
Hot Joy is a funky-Asian pop-up made permanent in a crazy-Asian setting.

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

Mezcaleria Mixtli
Billed as a bar, Mezcaleria’s Mexican food merits equal attention.

Rosario's North
Bigger, brighter but less noisy than the original, Rosario’s North keeps pushing Tex toward more Mex.

Silo Terrace Oyster Bar
Stylish Silo Terrace continues the upstairs dining theme of the original, but adds oysters and seafood to the equation.

Smoke Restaurant
The Texas-style barbecue hits the mark in this swell setting.

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.

Tre Enoteca
Tre Enoteca has been retooled yet again --- third time’s the charm.

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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