The “Famiglia Cucina” option says a lot about Tre Trattoria—true to Italian spirit, these family platters are designed to feed a group. When we want a shared experience, this light- filled park-side dining room and, even better, spacious umbrella-shaded patio, is number one on the list. Whether its a cast-iron-griddled pizza topped with spicy soppressata and pepperoncini (or perhaps with sweet-tangy goat cheese and balsamic sautéed onions) or Parmigiano-crusted fried chicken, a whole grilled branzino, or a Tuscan-seasoned seared ribeye, you and your friends will break bread together. By the way, if you’re not adept at boning a whole fish, you can ask the waiter for help.
City: San Antonio