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They have free kids meals. great shakes! Nice place to go with large groups have a good burger and chat! It is a small place but they can pack you and for the most part get all 17 orders correct the first time! they do automatically charge gratuity.
Morning might be the most beautiful time to enjoy the River Walk: the sun gleams upon the water, highlighting the colorful umbrellas along the sidewalks, as little ferry boats hum along the surface. From its banks, people can settle in for brunch at a delightful range of places, from historic bed and breakfasts to more modern restaurants. But just as inviting are the restaurants beyond the river, where the tourist crowds diminish and the locals begin to take over. It's there you'll find the Mexican-tinged breakfast dishes of La Fonda on Main, the seasonal specialties of Candlelight, and the champagne and fried-chicken pairings of Max's Wine Dive.Read More
These days, it’s rare to find a coffee shop without WiFi and even rarer to find one where patrons aren't totally occupied by their laptop screens and headphones. But the creative spirit of the coffee shop—the artists' parlors of Europe and the poetry hubs of the American Beats—still lives on in its own manifestations. Guadalupe Street Coffee dedicates its afternoons to programs for at-risk youth. La Taza Coffee House comes alive with poetry readings and board-game matches, and Madhatters Tea House & Café brims with Lewis Carroll-esque charm. Although these days coffeehouse art is most visible in artisanal beans and baristas’ meticulously crafted drinks, there’s still a creative, communal spirit brewing alongside the coffee.Read More
Rumor has it that he Famous Dinner for Two Lovers at Fujiya Japanese Garden was first served to two _celebrity_ lovers: Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw, both on break from filming _The Getaway_ in 1972. Back then, the nine dishes ran the gamut from egg rolls to shrimp tempura. (Locals will be happy to hear that little has changed since.) The dinner, which Fujiya still serves 40 years later, is just one of San Antonio’s star-worthy Japanese feasts.Read More