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5223 Mc Cullough Ave., 210-858-2956, Readers: Local Coffee, Cupcake Bird Bakery Pretty (not gaudy) frosting, restrained decorations and adorable egg-carton “nests” are a set-up for visual success, which is underpinned by top-flight ingredients like Plugrá butter, Madagascar Bourbon vanilla and Valrhona cocoa.5912 Broadway, 210-804-2473, Readers: Choco Patisserie, Family Friendly Restaurant Two Bros.5714 Evers Road, Leon Valley, 210-706-9700, moroccan Readers: Pasha Mediterranean Grill, Authentic Mexican Cascabel Mexican Patio Locals who swear by Tex-Mex walk away from this little handmade gem totally gobsmacked by the experience, whether it’s from the deep mole poblano, complex cochinita pibil, savory tacos al pastor, loaded pozole or simply earthy huitlacoche quesadilla. Mary’s St., 210-212-6456 Readers: La Gloria, Nachos Palenque Grill Panchos are nachos with a little meat on top, but the chefs here didn’t get the “little” memo. Loop 1604 W., 210-545-7600, Readers: Chacho’s, New Restaurant Arcade Midtown Kitchen There’s a quiet effervescence here that’s hard to resist—from the well-executed, never-flashy dishes from Chef Jesse Perez to the lush craft cocktails from barman Christopher Ware.
Let it meld together on your taste buds before that fleeting moment is gone with a swallow. The full bar, live music and familiar flavors provides puro good vibes. 101, 210-764-0400; 5807 Worth Pkwy., 210-558-9898, Readers: Alamo Cafe, Sandwich Fratello’s You’d expect a good sandwich at an Italian restaurant, deli and market. It’s a simple equation: freshly baked bread flavorful fillings = a great sandwich. 102, 210-444-0702, Readers: Sushi Zushi, Pizza Barbaro If you’re a pizza margherita purist, push yourself to branch out here and try a house pizza with toppings like smoked mozzarella, kale, lobster and oyster mushrooms or bacon. 2720 Mc Cullough Ave., 210-320-2261, Readers: Dough Pizzeria Napoletana, Steakhouse Tejas Steakhouse & Saloon Don’t expect leather banquettes and crystal chandeliers.
It’s not fancy, it’s not experimental, it’s not trendy.
It’s simply good food cooked with honesty and respect for the ingredients. Main Ave, 210-229-9866, Readers: Green Vegeterian Cuisine, Frozen treats El Paraiso Strawberry, pecan, cookies and cream, mango—even pickle.
24188 Boerne Stage Road, 210-251-3380, Editors and Readers French Chez Vatel & Bistro Neither the daily chalkboard specials nor classic menu items ever disappoint, and service is as cheerful as a stroll down the Champs-Elysées.
The name has changed from Bistro Vatel, but Chef Damien Watel continues to shine in this San Antonio gem. Basse Road, 210-528-8727, Readers: The Luxury Gluten-free menu The Little Aussie Bakery & Cafe You can have your sandwich and eat it too, even if you eschew gluten.
Or just have it all: a savory fried quail atop fluffy goat cheese-blackberry waffles with a pour of sweet syrup.