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400 E Josephine StSan Antonio, TX 78215
Besides having great food and a fun atmosphere, this very unique restaurant on the outskirts of downtown has a real tree that goes through the restaurant. It must be over 75 years old. Friendly staff and at lunch you will probably run into a professional business person that you know.
200 E Grayson St Ste 117San Antonio, TX 78215
Small restaurant, intimate setting, frosted windows, modern feel. Servers are helpful with newcomers so don't be intimidated to ask for suggestions, especially regarding raw oysters. Don't expect your typical cooked seafood. Sashimi, Lobster Rolls, Crabcake sandwiches are usually on the menu.…
200 E Grayson StSan Antonio, TX 78215
When first opened the menu had Gnocchi in a great red sauce and I took my family multiple times however it was no longer on the menu for over tear now thus we no longer have a reason to dine there. The Gnocchi was as close as we ever found to home made.
for all you haters out there... luby's is the best! serioulsy, the mac & cheese is the bomb diggity. their fried fish, and fried okra is great. maybe you should try ordering that for a change! i will always love luby's !
1626 Mccullough AveSan Antonio, TX 78212
I eat here at least once a week. Super good food and the people are really nice. I recommend the pork sandwich with vegetable (it comes with jalapeno, cilantro, cucumber and shredded carrot), the bun(vermicelli) dishes and their spring rolls. Everything I've had here has been delicious.
1422 N Main AveSan Antonio, TX 78212
Good atmosphere, good food, good service, need to work on mixed drinks, a bit more of healthier choices, but the fried does taste good
312 Pearl PkwySan Antonio, TX 78215
From Business: Nao is a classroom for students in their last semester at the Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio. Both Culinary and service is provided by students earning an Associates of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts. Evenings and weekends, Nao Latin Gastro Bar has brunch and dinner service, with both alumni and hired …
1423 Mccullough AveSan Antonio, TX 78212
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…
312 Pearl PkwySan Antonio, TX 78215
From Business: For brunch, lunch, happy hour, dinner & late-night dining, the menu includes small plates, individual main dishes & numerous items designed for sharing–perfectly complemented by an extensive wine list
1906 N Main AveSan Antonio, TX 78212
I've been a customer for over five years and have ordered the same thing every time: meat lasagna (the house salad dressing by the way is also a "killer"). Most importantly, the staff managing the drive-thru window is extremely courteous and fast. It's a great experience all the way …
1004 San Pedro AveSan Antonio, TX 78212
Bill Millers has great food, but I'm somewhat disappointed with the quality of service at this location. I have lunch here or get a to-go orders here pretty often. I would say about 50% of the time, there is something wrong with my order. I'm not given extras that I've ordered or I've been gi…
1022 N Main AveSan Antonio, TX 78212
Some may call this place a hole in the wall, but sometimes those are the best finds. Seating is a challenge as the place can only accomodate about 25 guests, but you can usually be seated after a short wait. I recommend the carne guisada or the fideo. Watch out for the hot sauce, a little goe…
918 N Main AveSan Antonio, TX 78212
I heard about this place so I had to go and try it out,..the food was great and yes I took there famous cinnamon roll also. The waitress was nice, I never ask for a name but his time I did, her name was Sonia and she did a great job. yes I would or should I say be returning....
200 E Grayson St Ste 120San Antonio, TX 78215
The service was amazing along with the food. The manager Brenda was very helpful in explaining things to us as well as being very friendly and outgoing. I recommend this place all.
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The hotel was beautiful but check in time was supposed to be at 4pm and we got there at 3:30 just to be told or room was not ready and it would be at least an hour. Or only other option was to downgrade from out king size suite to a double bed one. A butler there told us they always had this problem and there was a long line of people complaining about the same issue. No one apologized for our inconvenience of having to wait at the bar tired after a long drive. Not sure if I will return again.
This restaurant is real new and we have been there four times already. They are a young couple trying to get this restaurant going and they have all the right ideas. The food is very good and they are so friendly and will fix anything on their menu to your liking. They are still in the process of getting everything 100 percent but think you should give them a try. So far I have tried the Tom Yum, Beef Salad and Fried Rice. Next I want to try their Lemon Chicken...all very good.
Went there with family over President's Day '17. San Antonio was unusually crowded over the weekend. Scuzzi's was a great dinner stop. We ordered the Shrimp Scuzzi's, Tenderloin as entree and Fried Ravioli and Bruschette as appetizer. The food was splendid, and ample for us all. They have a good wine selection to choose from. Will definitely return.P.S. - Restaurant maybe crowded over weekends. Putting down your reservation in advance might be a good idea.
I eat at your restaurant every day and most days, twice spending close to $400 each month. Today, I ordered a ground beef burrito and ask to add onions. I was charged $1 to add onions to that burrito.Is there a charge to add onions to burritos, enchiladas or other items? I obviously love your food and give it a 5-star rating; however, I am disappointed that I was charged an extra $1 to add onions to my burrito. Just saying.....
Disappointing, Don't waste your money. Our food was cold! Wok cooking should always be hot. our food was average ,nothing exotic or unique.The portions are small and the prices are way too high, you are paying for the decor and location. The only good thing about our experience, was our server Bettisue, she was fantastic. If you want better Chinese food in San Antonio, stick with Hsiu Yu , Golden Wok or P.F Chang's.
Enjoyed a magical night at La Dona with my family, That I hope to repeat soon.. Sat outside, service was good, food was excellent, what made it magical was the live music ... Can't wait until the weather in San Antonio will allow another great al-fresco dinner at La Dona.. (PS: they do have gluten free options, CORN tortillas, Hello??)
I went here on Valentine's Day and truly felt the love and confidence from the staff. The inside of this restaurant is quite quaint . The complimentary bread and olive oil they give is divine and perfectly flaky. I haven't tried every dish, however, if you are looking for a delicious, old school Italian restaurant, look no further.
Visited this place with my friend when I was in town for the weekend and I can't even begin to tell you how many times I rolled my eyes into the back of my head every time I took a bite of food. AMAZING food! It's phenomenal. I will be visiting again and will make sure to go back!
I came here for lunch with a large group. The waitstaff was very friendly and the food came out very fast after we ordered.The chips and salsa was excellent.I had the enchilada verde lunch special. The plate was good but average. The price was very reasonable.I will go back.
Way over priced!!! I heard good things but was very disappointed. The fries were soggy and the meat was under seasoned and overcooked 3 people for lunch and almost $50 dollars. Wish I would have gone to Culver's instead. Only gave 2 stars because service was good.