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Award-winning Mediterranean-Lebanese-American franchise offering falaffel, fresh soups daily, hummos, baba, salads, shiskebobs, rolled pitas, large selection of vegetarian menu.
"The River Walk has been sorely lacking a place like Bella- until now. Live jazz and a cozy patio make this a perfect choice for tourists and locals alike. Mediterranean fare ranging from Bella's Eggplant Josephine and Seafood Paella to Lamb Chops spans the Southern European menu, with something for everyone. A romantic spot with tons of charm and reasonable prices, don't miss Bella On The River. "
Come and enjoy delicious, inexpensive italian food. We have everything from chicken marsala to veal picatta or salmon florentine. We also have strombolie, calzones and pizza. The newest italian restuarant in the San Antonio area. Featuring live music from Elmo on the piano!
Mediterranean seafood joint highly recommended by people working at Cheesy Jane's, a nearby establishment.
Located on the waterfront of Lake LBJ in Sunrise Beach, mostly outside dining on 2 levels of the deck. Also featuring an intimate inside waterfront dining room.
At Lunch renowned for it's top-quality Burgers, Brisket and Bratwurst, changing at Dinner to a Steak & Seafood House featuring only USDA Prime Beef items as well as Fish and Lobster.
Dinner is served as a set 4-course menu with appetizer, salad, choice of 1 of 11 main courses as well as dessert.
We do not "turn a table" - your table is yours alone for the entire evening.
Dinners are reservations only.
Docking space for guests arriving by boat is available free of charge.
The hookah is hot at Cool Cafe and appetizers such as the roasted eggplant with tomato and garlic are smokin' too.
Cool Cafe is a taste of the Mediterranean on the San Antonio River Walk. Crepes, Kabobs, Falafel, and Gyros all combine to let you sample the best the Mediterranean has to offer in San Antonio's most unique setting.
Fuel your night with Mediterranean-inspired dishes, like chicken and beef shawarma, shish kabobs over savory rice, and crisp falafel sandwiches on warm pita. Try the exotic flavors of the zaatar pie -- fluffy baked bread brushed with olive oil and topped with a sensational spice blend of thyme, sumac, sesame, and oregano. Then, finish up with delightful sweets like baklava or a pot of soothing herbal tea. Take in the modern, dynamic atmosphere with belly dancing every third Saturday of each month and hookah, and you'll have discovered an explosion of both culture and cuisine.
Oloroso brings a taste of the Mediterranean to Southtown, with house-made cheese and charcuterie plates, duck confit with a frisée salad, grilled hanger steak with roasted cippolini onions. Menu changes with the seasons. Excellent beer and wine.
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.
With three San Antonio locations, Papouli's is a Pan-Mediterranean concept that maintains its core identity as a Greek restaurant, while offering an array of non-Greek menu items. From flavors to feels, sights to sounds, aromas to aesthetics, the unique offerings of Papouli's centers on enhanced recipe flavors, “wow” portion sizes and a uniquely picturesque setting. Come as you are and enjoy a light meal or a hearty Greek Feast. Either way, you'll be pleased, especially with no tipping in our friendly counter-service format.
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.
San Antonio's restaurants entered the no-smoking era in January 2004. Although there are perfectly valid public health reasons for the ban, all but the most enthusiastic anti-tobacco advocates might be interested in recalling an era when smoking was not only tolerated in public settings, but was actually the reason for congregating. Variously known as a hubbly bubbly, hookah, nargile, and yes, shisha, the water pipe was once the center of social and political life in countries such as Turkey. By means of a decorated, flexible hose, smoke is drawn into the water, where it is cooled and, presumably, partially stripped of nicotine and other noxious agents. (Nobody claims that the smoke is totally benign; it's still tobacco - and you will get a mild buzz.) Pipes are often fitted with up to three hoses. Shisha's menu reinforces the cultural heritage of the water pipe with its classic Middle Eastern fare, starting with standards such as hummus and tabbouleh. - Ron Bechtol
The grains and legumes are ground fresh at Zorbas, and it shows in the succulent, fragrant traditional dishes. The baba ganouj is outstanding. -- Mark Jones (04/09)
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Students between the ages of 6 and 18 present drawings, illustrations, paintings, and sculptures depicting positive role models for Aztlan's 22nd annual "Superhero" contest and exhibit.
Time — and possibly Dead Horse’s dabbling in death metal on their 1996 album BOIL(ing) — dealt former lead shouter Allen “Alpo” Price a cruel hand. “I can’t sing so good anymore,” Alpo laughingly laments on the recent Making a Dead Horse Live DVD. Their solution? Recruiting a fifth horseman, Michael Argo, who capably injects a menacing presence into the Houston band while remaining true to their hard-earned legacy. The DVD indisputably proves that the reactivated Horse is no desperate cash-grab attempt. The DVD chronicles a riotous Argo debut at the sold-out H-town reunion show in 2011, with a couple of Austin performances (including their Fun Fun Fun Fest set) further cementing the fact the resurrected Horse is as consistent as it is corrosive. With The Cutthroats and Pillcrusher. (See Dead Horse feature at sacurrent.com).
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."
Hard-rocking bands including To Every Enemy, Birth Of My Blasphemy, Fortunes, lovelettertypewriter, Michael Anthony, Mourning Sky, Jeremiah Brevdad, The Paladiom, Buried Under Texas, Dead Like You, Hardside, Better Luck Tomorrow, To Serve Man, Just A Dream, Ammo, Of Grand Design, Collect Your Dead, and Stomping on Iris unite to celebrate the Rabbit's anniversary.
If you’ve ever lamented that you were born too late to see one of America’s founding hardcore punk bands, worry no more. And if you’ve ever worried that you’d never see that band split into two factions and beef at each other like an old married couple, well, you’re in luck there, too. The “official” version of Black Flag, claiming that title by dint of being led by guitarist and SST label boss Greg Ginn, hits the Korova for an all-ages show, just like the gigs your parents used to go to before Ginn qualified for AARP membership. They’ll be running through classics from before the band’s disintegration 25 years ago as well as some new material from their forthcoming album. Lifelong pot-stirrer Ginn may have some choice words for the other version of the band, currently touring as “Flag” with double the original members.
Much like author Mo Chorfi, Cuban artist Adrian Rumbaut found creative inspiration in the relentless commodification of Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) and Ernesto “Che” Guevara (1928-1967). While Morfi’s novel Marilyn and El Che in the Mirror of Love and Death sends a JFK-obsessed Monroe to meet Guevara on a mission to rectify the Bay of Pigs, Rumbaut’s multimedia forays (including the inter-related projects Contraparte and Diagramas Pictóricos) package the pair as something of a power couple. Fused together in layered portraits and conceptual fashion designs, it’s hard to tell where her Hollywood ends and his revolution begins. “Icons” imports Rumbaut’s intriguing studies in “visual duality” to Bihl Haus Arts.
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