First, stroll through the 38 acres of the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Next, claim a table outdoors or inside the dining room in the historic Daniel J. Sullivan Carriage House, which houses chef Jason Dady’s Jardín. Fresh hummus heads up the round-the-Mediterranean menu, and the diverse toppings (like pork belly or blue crab) elevate it from packaged potluck fare. Our waiter confided that the most ordered mezze was the grilled cheese sandwich with chèvre and tomato jam. We generally stick with the small plates or the Sicilian-style focaccia pizza.