Grey Moss Inn
You won’t find a lot of trendy offerings, but if you want an oh-so-Texas steak on an oak-shaded patio and a certain type of homey-posh service, Grey Moss Inn won’t disappoint. We relish the little dishes of Texas caviar to start; our steaks always arrive perfectly cooked to order from the outdoor mesquite grill; the prime rib is sublime; and the loaded twice-baked potatoes are a blessing to the table. While some of the menu is indeed old-fashioned (we don’t count ourselves among the fans of the touted olive rolls or cumin-heavy squash gratin), the entrées are solid: our ribeye was both tender and tasty and our salmon cooked to our medium-rare request. And, if you are looking for an extensive wine list, the cellar here is one of the city’s best (though some of the servers are undereducated about its depth).
City: San Antonio