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12540 Bandera Rd
Helotes,
TX
US

Originally founded in 1929, The Grey Moss Inn Restaurant gives the impression that the world has spent the last several decades growing around it. A canopy of Texas oak branches practically conceals the eatery's outdoor patio?complete with a low stone wall?and main dining room. At night, this canopy bursts to life as strings of colored lights flicker on above diners' heads.

The views are no less impressive during the daytime though. Whitetail deer, wild turkeys, and other animals occasionally meander across the nearby expanse of lush, green meadowland and blooming flowers are almost always within sight. "The number of couples who have held secret rendezvous here must be astronomical," posited Texas Monthly "But how could they resist? Romance fills the air like incense at this oak-shaded cottage in the woods."

The Fiery Heart of the Restaurant

The most eye-catching set piece on The Grey Moss Inn Restaurant's patio also happens to be the eatery's most used feature: a circular stone grill filled with smoldering mesquite charcoal. Originally, this pit served as the building's main water well. However, it was eventually capped off and converted into a massive pit where the chefs can roast everything from free-range chicken and lamb chops to Choice rib eye steaks and Pacific salmon. The subtly sweet smokiness of these freshly grilled meats helps lend a distinctively rustic and traditional charm to the menu of refined southern cooking.

Comfort Food With an Elegant Touch

There's no reason for the chefs to completely change the classics, although they do elevate these dishes whenever possible. Using organically grown herbs from the restaurant's own gardens, the chefs follow recipes that haven't changed in decades as they prepare everything from cumin-tinged squash casserole to chocolate pecan pie. At the same time, they are willing to experiment with new flavors to create entirely new dishes, such as the roasted Texas quail stuffed with homemade chorizo.

The selection of more than 500 wines?which earned a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence?features premier cru Burgundies alongside local Texan wines, similarly demonstrating the restaurant's dedication to refined dining.

19010 Scenic Loop Rd
Helotes,
TX
US

Approved Electrical’s seasoned eletricians oversee the design, implementation, and repair of the home's light-diffusing devices. Calling on knowledge culled from the National Electrical Codes, technicians collaborate with homeowners on repairs or installation of new fixtures. The service-oriented experts also partner with contractors specializing in kitchens, baths, patios, roofing, and basement shrines to Nicola Tesla.

8934 Rue De Lis
San Antonio,
TX
US

Slick inflatable slides and giant soft pillows fill Pump It Up San Antonio’s indoor playground, encouraging kids and adults alike to literally bounce off the walls. Jumpers can stop-in all afternoon Monday–Friday during pop-in playtime—an open jump for everyone aged 2 and older. One of Pump It Up’s several cross-country playgrounds, Pump It Up San Antonio also features location-specific events. Both locations offer private birthday parties.

7723 Guilbeau Suite 102
San Antonio,
TX
US

Shapeshifting clouds and a sunlit mountain range serve as the models for Huntsman Portraits?s outdoor photography classes. Students learn camera basics and tips on setting up shots of people and landscapes. The photographer also captures special moments at clients? weddings, including the ceremony, the first dance, and the traditional walk over hot coals.

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San Antonio,
TX
US

In the pens at Fiesta Farm, light scattered by the branches of tall trees warms a menagerie of mild-mannered pets. Youngsters cautiously reach out to touch the wooly ears of a llama or venture into the enclosure to laugh at the guttural babble of potbellied pigs. On the 15-acre ranch, Laredo, a bay-quarter horse, waits patiently to nuzzle guests or provide rides, and bunnies, an emu, and sheep compete for attention across the wooded landscape. Before and after visits, a shaded picnic area hosts pleasantly exhausted visitors, and the farm's barn is equipped with fans and heaters for the comfort of guests and to keep prima-donna billy goats from freezing their perms off in the wintertime.

8497 FM 1560 N
San Antonio,
TX
US