Great food and atmosphere. It took a little long but it was well worth it for the portion they give.
2415 N Main AveSan Antonio, TX 78212
From Business: Located just a few minutes from downtown in architecturally rich Monte Vista, La Fonda on Main is the oldest Mexican food restaurant in San Antonio. La Fonda serves both the best of Tex-Mex cuisine as well as authentic dishes of interior Mexico in a fun and casual setting with beautiful patio dining. Open daily serving lun…
On a recent trip to San Antonio we went to this Jim's location and we were so impressed that we came back three more times!\r \r The service is incredible, especially in the morning and mid-day shifts. We did not have a single bad experience. There are a lot of experienced staff here who know …
I been to many hamburger places not to be snobbish, but I have, and I tried many different ways, foi gras , soy, charcoal, German, burgers. but for what is worth this place gets it just right a none pretentious burger with exactly what I needs, nothing more nothing less, so stop by and eat a rea…
10. Luther's Cafe
Good atmosphere, good food, good service, need to work on mixed drinks, a bit more of healthier choices, but the fried does taste good
4331 Mccullough AveSan Antonio, TX 78212
From Business: In the heart of Olmos and accessible to San Antonio, Tx - we provide a great atmosphere and flavorful dining. Our Executive Chef David Yokuty is known through the U.S. as a best chef in America. Join us for a cocktail at our bar, an evening with friends, your professional lunch, or romantic dinner.
Love this place! I love the free bumpers stickers..I've seen the stickers as far away as California the macho cheeseburger is massive! OMG! It's overwhelming bury me in its cheese!
This restaurant is the first place I go with clients because it has the highest quality food with excellent waitstaff, and is still comfortable - especially on the patio.
I have been going here for 48 years and Old Joe (Phyliss' Dad) fed my mother and her friends back when his hamburgers were a nickel back in the 1940's. It is still the go to place for the very best (not the biggest) burger in all of Bexar County. Me and my entire family love Joe's and love that …
We absolutely LOVE this place! Their food is amazing. My kids love the pizza and my wife and I can't get enough of their Spinach Pasta salad. We've ordered catering trays for some of our parties and our guests had nothing but rave reviews of our party food choices! Guillermo's is a must visit fo…
24. The Pig Stand
Years ago the Pig Stand in my hometown, Houston closed down. We were very disappointed. This weekend we took a trip to San Antonio and discovered that a Pig Stand was still in operation there. The next morning we arrived at the restaurant to discover a full parking lot. There was a swap meet goi…
Ridiculous! It must have been a different restaurant. This place is posh and the food is gourmet quality! A very healthy and creative menu. Food that feels like you're in a garden. Nothing heavy or greasy. The specials are your best bet, they change by the chef's palate and whim. The special cre…
I went here for lunch on a weekday with a large group. Not crowded at all.The service was fine.I had the Shrimp “El Cocotte”. It was ok. No one in my group was particular excited about their experience. I didn’t dislike this restaurant but nothing really stood out and I believe it was overpri…
27. The Bright Shawl
I got married in May 2007 and the Brightshawl hosted my reception. It was fantastic! Still to this day guests still talk about the beautiful atmosphere and wonderful location. Additionally, I wasn't forced to have guests pay for parking! The food was wonderful (we had the fajita buffett) and…
136 E Grayson StSan Antonio, TX 78215
From Business: Coming together for good food at your favorite place… it’s an American tradition. Hotel Emma embraces the tradition at Supper, where Chef John Brand’s approach is straightforward and creative, guided by flavor, what’s in season, and what feels good in the center of a table shared by friends.
We arrived at 11 am to eat we were told the wait would be “1 hour” this is expected on a Sunday morning the last day of spring break. After finally being seated we had some issues with our server not giving us utensil after bringing us biscuits also no jelly or any other items, we asked the hostess and she told us that it was the job of the server to give us utensils and the server was nowhere in sight at that time.After having a meal we had a huge ordeal where they have difficulties spliting our check the manager came out and said she was fighting for us to get this done and did nothing but stand behind us. Her excuse was "it is very busy today" that is expected especially on a Sunday after church and the last day of spring break if you’re not going to have your restaurant ready to serve plenty of people then don’t lie to them about the wait times and then have them go thru a big ordeal just to split the check it seems they can learn something from other restaurants in the San Antonio area who do you know how to treat customers and split checks and not make them wait for hours and finally finish their meal and pay for the checks at 3 PM yes it took us 4 hours to have a lunch at Cracker Barrel this is unacceptable customer experience for us and they did nothing to accommodate or assist us during the whole ordeal.
The place looked clean. But service was very bad. My order took like 20 minutes but canceled because the manager daid he just got my order in likev15 minutes in the order so I was goingbto have to wait. Extremely under staffed and I sed they dont drain the fries as well. I also the guy touch his apron and creat the burgers with no gloves. I wouldnt spend a dime here.
Good food, but slow service. Nice atmosphere and not too busy. I don't understand why they discontinued the shrimp tacos, because those were my favorite. Nothing else on the menu that really excites me enough to come back.
I wish I could leave negative stars. The staff, owner, and manager are the most unprofessional people I have ever dealt with. We waited for 40 minutes for our food to be brought when the restaurant was practically empty. Then after we left, I realized I inadvertently left my sunglasses on the table. I immediately called and was assured by a waitress that they were located and would be held for me to pickup after work. I waited for 40 minutes while they tried to locate them. Later, I was told that the sunglasses weren’t in the hostess stand cabinet and that the waitress had already left. Ron, the impolite owner, requested I leave my phone number and told me they’d call me the next day. Fast-forward five weeks of getting the run around, speaking to Erin, a manager, and sending in my sunglasses receipt, I called once more. Ron cut me off, told me that many items are left there, and most times they are not recovered. He hung up on me when I was still speaking. The fact is that they were stolen by his staff, something that obviously happens often, and an issue he refuses to correct. Ron lacks people skills and customer service. If you like wings and good customer service, go literately any other place!
The bread was very nice, all the staff were very helpful.
It was a veary good experience in all 3 areas of food,service, and setting.
I went here for lunch on a weekday with a large group. Not crowded at all.The service was fine.I had the Shrimp “El Cocotte”. It was ok. No one in my group was particular excited about their experience. I didn’t dislike this restaurant but nothing really stood out and I believe it was overpriced for what we received.I probably will not go back.
Reasonably priced. Food came out fast. Fries were good. Regular hamburger was average. Cashier was not particular friendly. I would go back.
I've eaten here a couple times. The food has always been great. The staff is usually pretty friendly.I feel the pizza is the best in town. Everything I've eaten there has been good.Gets a little crowded at lunch time on weekedays.