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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.
Achiote's pan-Latino menu promises more than it delivers, but the roast pork with yellow rice is succulent and the homey rice pudding satisfying. Terrace seating on the River Walk is pleasant. -- Ron Bechtol (08/08)
A South American chain that has managed to get itself up in the States. Tasty chicken tacos. Kind of fast-foodish.
Fonda Latina successfully captures the flavors of authentic Colombian cuisine, serving traditional dishes like bistek a caballo -- steak with a fried egg on top -- banana-leaf-wrapped tamales, and arepas con pollo with aji.
As the CIA’s student-staffed flagship restaurant, Nao is intent on introducing to South Texas the flavors of a continent most of us know only through ceviches and caipirinhas; all of Latin America will eventually come under scrutiny, and the menu will change in response to the country currently in the spotlight. Expect unfamiliar ingredients, inventive preparations and to have your horizons expanded.
Chef Adrian Garcia brings new Nuevo Latino Cuisine to the 1604 area near UTSA with a chic atmosphere. Sabor is located inside the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel and will be a sponsor of this years Arts and Eats Gala.
Si Señor could easily be a breezy, Mexican chain wannabe with nothing but décor to recommend it. But if they hold their ground against reluctant gringos, there will be much on the menu to investigate, including duck breast in herbal pipian, parchment-wrapped mixiotes, and perhaps even raviolis filled with earthy huitlacoche.
Tiago's Cabo Grille brings the colors, sounds and flavors of Cabo San Lucas to San Antonio
- Fire Grille on oak and mesquite woods
- Fresh fruit lemonades and Sangria
- Hand-shaken Margaritas
- Tableside guacamole and Baja shrimp cocktail
- Open patio dining with water and fire elements
Tino's Seafood is an amazing seafood restaurant that prides itself on providing high quality seafood at a reasonable price. We are fast, fresh and friendly and have received rave reviews by numerous publications. The jumbo shrimp is an amazing size and is straight from Tino's boats. This is the first of its kind in San Antonio and is unmatched. Tino's is originally from Brownsville, TX and has since expanded to locations in Brownsville, South Padre Island and now San Antonio, TX. Tino's Seafood has a variety of fried and non-fried food, from the fried jumbo shrimp specialty to the Shrimp Salad, Ceviche, Caldo de Mariscos, Peel and Eat Shrimp to the fried oysters. WE JUST ADDED three more non-breaded items including the White Fish in Garlic Sauce (Mojo de ajo), White Fish with White Wine Sauce (Pescado con vino), and the Fried Catfish with Teriyaki Sauce (El Bagre). Tino's has homemade cocktail sauce, tarter sauce and a secret habanero salsa recipe that'll make you cry! Claro que hablamos espanol y siempre estamos aqui para servirles.
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Venice, Calif., crossover thrash titans Suicidal Tendencies always stood apart. Even after the release of its now-acclaimed, deeply influential self-titled 1983 debut, punks didn’t know what to do with this gangsta-looking bunch of skaters who didn’t sound or dress like anyone else. “All these people told us we needed the proper ‘etiquette’ for the massive punk rock goal being an individual,” founder (and sole remaining original member) Mike Muir quipped in Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Metal. “I always thought that was a little strange.” Now Muir is back with the first ST album in 13 years, aptly titled 13 (sorry, Ozzy), and still thrashing while no one dares to argue. With Terror, Trash Talk and the Inspector Cluzo.
Penned by Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes at the height of the civil rights movement, Black Nativity employs a predominantly (if not entirely) black cast to the reframe the birth of Christ with poetry, dance, gospel songs and folk spirituals. An expression of Hughes’ late-in-life interest in the oral traditions of the African-American church, the musical debuted in 1961 and is now a holiday tradition for roughly a quarter-million annual viewers. Directed by Danielle King, the Renaissance Guild’s 4th annual production offers theater-goers a unique opportunity to experience Black Nativity in its original form before (or after) heading out to see Kasi Lemmon’s modernized new film starring Forest Whitaker, Angela Bassett, Jennifer Hudson and Tyrese.
Created in the vein of rock operas like Jesus Christ Superstar, Green Day’s 2004 concept album American Idiot follows fed-up Jesus of Suburbia out of Jingletown and into a gritty city in search of meaning in the post-September 11 era. Thanks to a collaboration between the SoCal punk trio (led by Billie Joe Armstrong) and Spring Awakening director Michael Mayer, American Idiot is now a loud and irreverent Broadway musical, the touring version of which lands at the Majestic this week. Anchored by a theme of rage versus love, the 2010 Tony winner employs all its namesake album’s tracks (plus minimal dialogue and other Green Day hits) to paint what The New York Times described as “a pulsating portrait of wasted youth ... bring on the sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll, please!”
Resident DJs Eddie and Danny-D welcome freestyle recording artist Noel in a concert featuring the hit "Silent Morning."
Jason Stout’s latest collection of drawings and paintings explores the American landscape, both politically and literally. “Through the guise of hypothetical narratives and scenarios, the work investigates the multiple ideas and definitions of both terms, past, current and future, negotiating their way through a shale rock formed environment.”
The Wood Brothers band plays blues/Americana as you’ve never heard it before. Brothers Chris (upright bass) and Oliver (guitar), with the recent addition of multi-instrumentalist Jano Rix, are a three-part vocal harmony feast for the ears. The group just released The Muse, its fourth studio album and first as a trio and Nashville-based band. For the first time, they all sang their parts around the same mic, leaving in mistakes and all, which tells you a lot about their aesthetic approach—this is good but muddy stuff. Rix is a show apart: he plays the so-called “shuitar” (pronounced “shitar,” get it?), an old, beat-up guitar turned into a unique drum set. Some classify the Wood Brothers’ music as blues, Americana, folk, etc.; as far as I’m concerned, it’s a top-notch, hip rock ’n’ roll band. Come early to catch Austin bluesman Seth Walker, a master of rootsy subtlety.
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