In 1927, Papa Fritz Schilo moved his saloon and delicatessen to the corner of Alamo Street and Worth, smack dab in the middle of downtown San Antonio. And that’s where it has remained for more than 80 years. In that time, Schilo’s has become an institution, offering German-style deli favorites such as the classic Reuben […]
Rebel Mariposa is on a mission to get San Antonio to eat more vegetables—learn how you can support her vegan restaurant La Botánica on Kickstarter now.
Rosella Coffee Co. offers both high quality cups of coffee, Bakery Lorraine pastries for breakfast and some amazing lunch options in an airy space.
Stringlight Films was created to help people tell their stories. Watch Chef McHugh of Cured talk about the importance of staying local, the origination of his name, curing meats and the iconic building his restaurant is in.
Recently, a group of friends decided to meet up at Tycoon Flats for burgers and beer one Friday afternoon. This was one of the first trips from my daughter out of the house to a restaurant—while I was a little nervous on how she would do, Tycoon Flats proved to have an ideal atmosphere for […]
With all these new restaurants popping up in midtown, it’s nice to have one that gets back to the basics and serves a mean plate of BBQ.
Whether it is the meats, sides or dessert, The Big Bib serves up first-rate fare with friendly service.