Bodega Tavern & Kitchen
Exposed pipes and subway tiles set an industrial tone at Bodega, which boasts modern South Texas cuisine and the only house-cured charcuterie south of the Alamo. Take a group to share several options, from the delicate duck prosciutto to the peppery brisket pastrami. We declared the beet fries topped with toasted pepitas and a smoked aioli among the best ever, then moved on to the double-cut pork chop served over a celery root puree with house-made mustard. Don’t miss the Shiner Bock pound cake with prickly pear ice cream.