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2tarts Bakery & Catering is located in historical downtown New Braunfels, TX. This scratch bakery offers a wide verity of desserts including buttery tarts to gourmet wedding cakes. Come down and enjoy our late night hours or stop by and pick up your specialty order. Owned, operated, and made with love by Sisters April & Ashley.
Mobile bistro bringing directly to you hot fresh food. crab cakes, ancho short ribs, panini and cuban sandwiches, seared tuna tacos,pesto pasta and salads. Call us to show up and delight your patrons at your venue. We are available for local public and private events.
We regret to report that Bistro Thyme has closed.
Chef Sander Edmundson serves upscale comfort food in a pleasant interior. Keep an eye out for the crab cakes and meatloaf.
With its moderately priced steaks and delicious Cajun/Creole dishes, Bourbon St. Cafe will entice you to make it a regular culinary stop.
The best coffeehouse is Candlelight Coffeehouse, which stands out not only for its divine java, but also for its couches, cats, and wine. Its only drawback is that it doesn't open until 4 p.m., which in coffee terms, is about the time to drink decaf unless it's the weekend. On the other hand, it's the perfect time for wine.
Housed in what would otherwise appear to be a light-filled community room that opens onto the pleasant piazza between San Fernando Cathedral and its annex, the cafe's menu is basic, but echoes of childhood with such lunch specials as meatloaf with mashed potatoes and mixed vegetables. Pass the catsup!
This cafe featuring home-style food has been around since the late '30s. Country and Tex-Mex dishes are both a part of the menu.
Hilly also does more than passable pasta, the dish of shrimp in lemon-caper sauce over angel hair being a briny/buttery success, and the baked penne with mini meatballs and four cheeses delicate beyond expectations. Desserts are made “for us but not by us,” yet the ubiquitous tres leches was appealingly moist and well-flavored, so the source is apparently a good one.
The cozy, futuristic environment, friendly, talented baristas, and bath-worthy foam make a cappuccino drunk at the storefront window pure bliss.
An art-community cofeehouse with a good vibe, notable panini, and passable coffee. -- Jennifer Herrera, 02/08
Burgers as wide as the longhorns themselves.
Paletta's is closed, and sorely missed.
We are a Greek, Italian and Lebanese Grocery Store and Deli/This year we are celebrating our 90th Anniversary in San Antonio. We have remodeled and our place is beautiful - we are now opened Monday - Saturday from 9am - 6pm / We have expanded our menu and now serve hot sandwiches like The Muffuletta and The Cheesy Jo with Ham. Of course we still have our famous Mamma Mia Sandwich and spicy olives.Paletta's is great fun! When you come in for lunch we have an old time juke box that plays old tunes and you can shop for imported hard to find items, or have lunch from our deli or get all your meats and cheeses and italian sausage and other deli items by the pound. We also have something we call "Paletta's After Hours" this is when we have private parties like the 4 course Italian Dinner we are doing on Valentines Day. Paletta's has uniqie items like Valerio's salad dressing from the old Valerio's restaurant, Spumoni ice cream, fresh italian sausage, fresh grated parmesan, and all kinds of other hard to find products.
Authentic Mediterranean Food, Coffee, Tea & Hookah Bar.
Located in the Medical Center area, our little neighborhood coffee house offers an array of delectable, savory and healthy mediterranean appetizers, salads, and sandwiches, that will have you craving for more.
The newest addition to our menu, "THE" Shrimp Feast (with artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, Greek olives, a touch of lemon juice, on a bed of fetuccini pasta), is already a hit among our loyal customers.
Our select coffee choices, like the "Arabic Mocha", will bring you back, again and again. Our motto: "Good coffee comes from Petra!"
Petra Cafe will become your place to go, for food that is made with care, pride and excellent taste at very modest prices, in a clean and friendly atmosphere.
Also, for people who want to try the exotic, our full "Hookah" bar is available.
Feel free to call for availability of Free Delivery, Carry-Out or to order Party Trays for 8 or more people. Free wireless is available. Smoking is allowed.
The concept of the restaurant is everything old school, using what they had and doing as they did before the break of the industrial revolution: approximately 1850. There are no blenders, mixers, choppers, ice cream machines, deep fryers, burr sticks, nor anything else with a motor or a plug. The menu will move absolutely in lockstep with the seasons. Every perishable ingredient we serve here comes from within 150 miles of this place, was raised in the old way, and has been handled in the old way. We know the rancher, and we know the farmer. We buy from them directly to keep the supply chain small and visible.
We buy whole animals, cut and dry-age them ourselves, and preserve them in the old, tried-and-true ways of the Victorian age, and the traditions that came before them. We smoke our own bacon, grind our own sausage, make our own orange marmalade, and can strawberries in the springtime. All fats used here we either rendered ourselves, or have been naturally crushed from a seed. When possible we will favor Texan products in this also, because money spent in your community stays in your community.
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Fronted by vocalist and rhythm guitarist Kele Okereke, guitar-driven British rockers Bloc Party struck a major chord with Silent Alarm, a 2005 release highlighted by the danceable indie gem “Banquet” and The Smiths-inspired “Like Eating Glass.” A slight departure from the early work that earned them comparisons to post-punk pioneers Gang of Four, the quartet’s aptly titled fourth album Four shows Bloc Party rocking harder than usual after an uncertain period complicated by break-up rumors related to Okereke’s solo projects (which include his debut album The Boxer as well as dance-driven collaborations with Hercules and Love Affair and Martin Solveig). The vaguely political Londoners touch down in Helotes with support from buzz-worthy Canadian electronic outfit Bear Mountain.
Artpace's You(th)Pace Teen Art Council encourages teens across Bexar County to explore the San Antonio art scene; work with artists; create art activities; and design their own collaborative program, exhibition, or project for the public. On Tuesday, the fifteen high-school students from 11 area schools present the culmination of the two semester-long program, a group show exploring themes of discovery and loss.
G. Tomas V presents the sixth edition of SA's "only body art competition." Hosted by Anthony "The Poet" Flores, "Fairytales & Fantasy" features 30 artists (including special guests Oscar Galvan Jr. and Raul Castellanos) creating live art on 30 models, plus music by DJ Techneek (10pm-2am), a live visual performance by Matari Productions (10:30pm), and a photo shoot (11pm-midnight) followed by the presentation of contestants at midnight. Rewarding first, second, and third places with trophies and other prizes, the contest also guarantees winners a spot in the 2014 Beyond the Canvas calendar.
Hello Studio hosts a screening of two videos written, recorded, and produced by Joe Raymond Vega, formerly of the band Xry. Exploring gender roles and sexuality, Vega's works speak to "those who indulge and are not afraid … everyone who has had to deal with racial or ethnic cruelty … straight, gay, and lesbian … outcasts of American society."
The AT&T Center hosts its first-ever outdoor rock festival on Memorial Day weekend. The full-day of rock music will feature a lineup of 15 bands and features: Guns N’ Roses, Alice in Chains, Bullet for my Valentine, Skillet, Halestorm, Asking Alexandria, All That Remains, Device, Clutch, The Sword, Young Guns, O’ Brother, The Heroine, and Memory of a Melody.
An innovative collaboration between the Office of Historic Preservation, the Department for Culture and Creative Development, and the Center City Development Office, the Center City Open House series is designed to showcase the potential of San Antonio’s vacant historic buildings.The inaugural event takes over a 1920s-era building at 201 West Commerce with a dynamic art display spanning the entire facade of the building (featuring artists Rex Hausmann, David Almaguer, and Kyle Martin), a performance of "Da Luz" by Ballet San Antonio, a "Barrio Couture" fashion presentation by local designer Agosto Cuellar, complimentary drinks courtesy of Freetail Brewery, and international hors d’oeuvres by Ming’s Thing.
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