10 of the Cheesiest Places in San Antonio
San Antonio Magazine » Eat & Drink
by Jennifer McInnis
3h ago
Savory, creamy, comforting, sometimes tangy or even squeaky. These adjectives describe cheese, of course. While San Antonio may not be known as Cheese City, USA, we offer our own swoon-worthy cheese deliciousness.  May is American Cheese Month, as if anyone really needs a reason to cheese it up.  Here are some great spots in San Antonio for the cheesiest delights.   Raclette sandwich at Brasserie Mon Chou Chou. | File photo Raclette & Baguette Brasserie Mon Chou Chou This gem at Pearl serves approachable French comfort food, and the menu’s cheese superstar:  the Ra ..read more
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Nineteen Hyaku elevates San Antonio’s dining scene
San Antonio Magazine » Eat & Drink
by Jennifer McInnis
2w ago
Nineteen Hyaku includes a premium chef’s choice sashimi assortment. | Photo by Mike Sutter When Houston and Emily Carpenter envisioned the space that would become their newest restaurant, they embraced a wealth of contradictions. “What we wanted to do, no matter what, was the ambience needed to match the food and beverage,” Houston Carpenter said. “Be grand yet approachable. Be industrial and posh. We have concrete floors that tie into hardwood and we have raw steel throughout the restaurant. It’s very wabi-sabi.” Photo by Paul Stephen They entrusted their vision to designer Alegra Volpe, who ..read more
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Free Roam Brewing
San Antonio Magazine » Eat & Drink
by Jennifer McInnis
3w ago
Photo by JoMando Cruz Beer and baseball go together like peanut butter and jelly. One is not often seen without the other, and both make the other that much more enjoyable.  What if you visited a brewery that was owned by a former Major League Baseball pitcher? Sounds great, right?  Walk into Free Roam Brewing in Boerne and you’ll experience just that. Founded in 2022 by former San Francisco Giants pitcher and three-time World Series champion Jeremy Affeldt, Free Roam combines a baseball aesthetic with great beer and a desire to help others.  Born in Phoenix, Affeldt grew up all ..read more
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Passport for the Palate
San Antonio Magazine » Eat & Drink
by Jennifer McInnis
1M ago
Forget spending 80 days circling the globe on trains and ships. In San Antonio, you can sip your way around the cocktail world without leaving your bar stool. To experience Latin America, visit the new SoFlo-neighborhood establishment Diez Flores, which boasts a cocktail menu stretching 10 drinks long, each designed to represent the flavors of an individual country in the region. If you’re in the mood for Mexico, The Dahlia — named for Mexico’s national flower — delivers a potent punch of tequila, lime juice and orange liqueur. The Cantuta celebrates Peru’s favorite bloom in a pisco-based elix ..read more
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Fiesta-worthy Foods at Puro San Antonio Spots
San Antonio Magazine » Eat & Drink
by Jennifer McInnis
1M ago
Spring in San Antonio means Fiesta time, a season when the whole city gets into party mode in true Alamo City fashion. Celebrations go hand in hand with food, whether it’s chicken on a stick or roasted corn covered in butter and chili powder.  As you partake in the upcoming festivities, consider trying out some puro San Anto restaurants serving up Fiesta-worthy fare.  Stixs & Stone Not only does Stix & Stone offer its own Asian-inspired version of chicken on a stick, the fusion-forward restaurant also features a Big Red-infused barbacoa taco flight on its menu. Here, you can ..read more
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Chef Jason Dady opens Tre in Boerne
San Antonio Magazine » Eat & Drink
by Jennifer McInnis
1M ago
Photos by Jason Dady Tre Pizzeria by Jason Dady has opened in Boerne. The location at 103 E. San Antonio Ave., previously Blacksmith Grill, was a restaurant he consulted on three years ago that recently became available.  “It’s a quintessential premium location downtown on the corner across from Black Rifle Coffee,” Dady said. “We’ve always wanted to do this Tre Pizzeria concept. We love Tre. It’s our flagship. “We always felt there was a way to do QSR (quick-service restaurant) counter service,” he said. “This is a restaurant we knew and are familiar with. It gets us into a segment of th ..read more
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Easter Brunch Listings
San Antonio Magazine » Eat & Drink
by Jennifer McInnis
2M ago
Fogo de Chão will serve a special Easter brunch buffet. | Photo by Mike Sutter The hoppingest time of year is near, y’all. Easter, in all of its pastel glory, is here, and there’s no better way to celebrate than by breaking bread with your family. And that’s easy to do in San Antonio. No need to spend hours in the kitchen roasting a ham or leg of lamb and stuffing deviled eggs. Many area restaurants will be open for business as usual on March 31, with more than a few of those offering up special Easter brunch menus. If you and your family are considering heading out on the town for a meal this ..read more
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Central Market is Getting a Makeover
San Antonio Magazine » Eat & Drink
by Jennifer McInnis
2M ago
Renderings of the planned renovation at Central Market on Broadway. Courtesy photo Central Market on Broadway: It’s not just a store, it’s one of our city’s buzziest living rooms. Both a shopping hub and social gathering place, it’s been a legendary foodie destination since 1999. That’s not going to change — but it’s going to get a whole lot better. H-E-B and Central Market have announced plans for a major renovation at the Alamo Heights location at 4821 Broadway with an all-store redo, inside and out, planned to improve the shopping experience for customers and enhance the work environment fo ..read more
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Spellbound Sipping
San Antonio Magazine » Eat & Drink
by Jennifer McInnis
2M ago
  The Texas Hill Country is home to close to 100 wineries, and most of them will be prime spots to watch the total solar eclipse on April 8. That’s if you plan ahead and make a reservation. The viewing opportunity is rare, as this will be the last total solar eclipse visible from the United States until 2044.  While preparation has been top of mind for wineries for a couple of years and many have designed commemorative wine labels, one wine stands out for its next-level forethought and divine timing.  Farmhouse Vineyards’ The Observer is a wine seven years in the making. The gr ..read more
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San Antonio’s No. 1 restaurants in 15 categories
San Antonio Magazine » Eat & Drink
by Jennifer McInnis
2M ago
Good news, San Antonio. We’ve fanned out over the wide world of restaurants in the city to find the best of the best, the No. 1 restaurants in 15 categories. Let’s lay to rest, once and for all, the stereotype of San Antonio as nothing but Mexican food, barbecue and chicken-fried steak. We can’t imagine life without that holy trinity, but there’s so much more.  Garcia’s Mexican Food is the best Mexican restaurant in San Antonio. Photo by Mike Sutter Best Mexican food: Garcia’s Mexican food  Garcia’s is the top Mexican restaurant in a city that knows Mexican food for a lot of reasons ..read more
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