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Tribeca di Olmos
Though its recipes may come from around the world (think escargot bourguignon, wagyu burgers, hummus), Tribeca di Olmos's ingredients are only sourced from local producers. This Italian restaurant supplements these fresh ingredients with a DIY ethic: they grind their own meats, make their own pizza, pasta, and focaccia dough from scratch, and fold their own napkins.
With dishes such as lobster risotto, artichoke-hearts pizza, and grilled quail, this might not seem like a place to dine with the elementary-school set. But the restaurant's kids' room allows parents to eat in peace while their tykes watch movies—and they're even encouraged to color on the walls. And Tribeca even subtly encourages its youngest guests to grow up and go to college, as Trinity, SAC, UTSA, and UIW students receive discounts on two of the most popular food groups with university students: pizza and margaritas.