A modern spot with a Spanish-inflected menu just south of the Capitol.
A Southtown brunch spot with Instagram-ready decor.
Exhilarating sushi from dynamic chef Billy Kin.
A Westside spot that's captured our curry-loving hearts.
There's always a crowd at this Near Southside truck.
A casual bistro downstairs and fine dining upstairs in the historic Anson Mills Building.
Inventive tacos served with Texas hospitality.
Righteous Southern classics with chef-inspired twists.
The beloved Oak Lawn bistro gets a refresh with a new chef.
Exquisite sushi in a handsome setting.
A little bit of West Texas in College Station.
A true taste of traditional favorites from chef Ling Qi Wu.
A festive downtown spot for interior Mexican.
Playing with fire to great effect in the old Seaholm Power Plant.
Mexican-Japanese fusion in Hana World Market.
The Peruvian flavors at this cottage near King William will brighten any day.
Excellent French fare in a diner setting.
A classic San Antonio diner.
The steaks are great, but don't miss Pork Chop Friday.
The Porch has a refreshed menu, expanded hours, and a new patio.
Relax on the patio for share plates and creative cocktails, even when there's no live music.
Located in the Louis Kahn building, this revamped cafe, formerly known as the Kimbell Buffet before its long closure, is a perfect spot for a light lunch or afternoon tea (and to take a break from all that inspiring art). Yes, you still line up, cafeteria-style, to order, but it’s
A laid-back spot for down-home comfort food.
Excellent Korean food from the owners of Evergreen Coffee.
Organic coffees and healthy meals on the square.
Imaginative "New Asian American" fare in the Heights.
California-inspired fare on California Street.
An all-American grill from the Gatsby's Prime enterprise.
A longtime favorite for Tex-Mex comfort food.
A Piney Woods respite for wine and brisket in many iterations.
Von’s makes plant-based eating fun.
With its recent expansion, there's now even more to love at this longtime pizza joint.
A swanky Chicago import in Montgomery Plaza.
Silly name, solid food.
An appearance on 'The Big Brunch' has made this longtime vegan eatery a hot spot.
Big red bulls and big red meat.
Excellent French food sans white tablecloths.
Mexican food Las Vegas style.
Tapas and wine at a little piece of Barcelona in Market Square.
Chewy, properly blistered Neapolitan pies served in a comfortably minimal space.
Delicious empanadas and quesadillas make this lunch-only spot worth a visit.
Solidly upscale food has elevated Cappy's to cult status in Alamo Heights.
Like eating at your auntie’s kitchen table.
An expansive view and a menu to match.