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Well, OK. It's a strip club. But it does have a damn tasty buffet.
With oysters on the menu and a wine bar out back, Augie's is not your average "Q" joint. Go for the pork ribs and brisket, and stay for the rest.
A Texas Barbecue chain with some fine food and a reputation for good service.
Built in 1894, the historic building served as the Wetmore General Store and Post Office for eighty years before becoming a beer joint, pool hall, and finally a restaurant. As generations return to this historic location reflecting the legend and lifestyle of Texas, they will enjoy our family-friendly atmosphere and a chance to relax with the tastes and sounds of Texas. We offer our award-winning "slowest BBQ in Texas" and Texas Comfort Food made from scratch paired with the tradition of live music, playing host to a variety of San Antonio and South Texas' best acts.
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.
Here's a truth to be reckoned with: Don't wait until near closing time to hit a popular barbecue joint. Arriving at Bob's a full hour before the alleged closing time on a Saturday, we were the last to be let in. "We had a blessed day," explained out erstwhile hostess. Translation: They had been slammed and were out of just about everything but pork ribs and sausage. Nothing to do but bar the door under such circumstances. - Ron Bechtol
Famed for their lunch deli, their quality meat, Bolner’s Fiesta spices, and a skillful butcher, this family business is a San Antonio institution that can handle tripe as well as a porterhouse. Carries Akaushi beef and American kobe, too.
A truly satisfying experience.
Texas Hill country atmosphere greets you and service is prompt and courteous.
Skeeter Miller's very own Texas-style barbeque.
It's a BBQ and Beer drinkers paradise. Very rustic, and comfortable. Outside deck and picnic yard available. It has to be the best bbq in town. Take a short drive to Losoya and you cant miss it.
Ed’s offers bountiful barbecue, beautifully and lightly smoked, but often in need of the extra flavor his sweet-tart sauce can bring. Sides transcend the knee-jerk norm, though the peach cobbler wouldn’t win any county fair ribbons.
Satisfying and addictive.
FRUITILICIOUS, your neighborhood snack and convenience store shoppe is located 1 mile outside Loop 1604 on Potranco Rd. We offer a unique blend of fresh fruit cups prepared to our customers delight. Fruitilicious is also known for having other great selections such as: flavored smoothies, aguas frescas (fruit juices), milkshakes, malts, sundaes, banana splits, and snow cones. In order to satisfy every craving, we introduced specialty items featuring: chicken salad sandwiches, brisket sandwiches, gourmet tuna salad, fresh garden salads, corn in the cup, and much more. Come visit us and discover our uniqueness in satisfying your appetite. Our food is fresh, flavorful and delicious.
You may also check out our catering menu on the web at www.Fruitilicious.biz. Looking forward to servicing you.
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Penned in 1816 by German author E. T. A. Hoffmann, The Nutcracker and the Mouse King formed the fantastical springboard for the Tchaikovsky-scored two-act ballet The Nutcracker. Premiered in 1892 in St. Petersburg, Russia, with choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, the holiday mainstay has inspired an eclectic array of adaptations—from B. Bumble and the Stingers’ boogie-woogie hit “Nut Rocker” to the burlesque satire The Slutcracker. Choreographed by Gabriel Zertuche and conducted by Akiko Fujimoto, this local production unites Ballet San Antonio and the San Antonio Symphony for dancing around the Christmas tree, a war between gingerbread soldiers and menacing mice, and an enchanting voyage in a dolphin-powered boat to meet the Sugar Plum Fairy in the Land of Sweets.
Inspired by a 1930s-era tradition, the Institute of Texan Cultures’ Toy Day provides free admission for kids 12 and under who bring a new, unwrapped toy for the San Antonio Fire Department toy drive. As added incentive, the Fire Department will be on hand with an ambulance, antique fire truck and modern fire truck for discovery and exploration. Inside the ITC, visitors can enjoy holiday crafts from around the world, photo ops with Santa Claus and a traditional Mexican “Pastorela” performed by Los Belen Pastores.
Self-taught paleontologist and TV personality “Dinosaur George” Blasing visits Hardberger Park’s Urban Ecology Center to speak to guests of all ages about the dinosaurs of Texas.
An intriguing concept designed to “encourage the community to buy artwork during the holiday season,” Beacon Hill’s new French & Michigan Gallery’s exhibition “50 / 250” comprises 250 works by 50 artists currently or previously based in San Antonio, Austin or Houston. Although representing a wide variety of disciplines (including architecture, painting, ceramics, woodworking and printmaking) the selected artists were limited to submitting five works, all on 8-inch-by-8-inch paper—a connective thread allowing the assembled pieces to come together in a large grid on one wall. According to gallery director Billy Lambert, this limitation of medium and size inspired certain artists to “explore something new” or “reevaluate and refocus their techniques.” In keeping with the show’s shopping initiative, all works are priced at $250 and can be taken “immediately upon purchase.” Uniting a number of accomplished locals, the list of contributing artists includes the likes of Andy Benavides, Anne Wallace, Judith Cottrell, Louis Vega Treviño, Sarah Sudhoff and Scott Martin, whose night photograph Women Men is shown here.
Hosted by Katie Red and Pelvis Costello, the Pastie Pops’ 3rd Annual Christmas Burrr-lesque Show stars all your favorite Pops along with special guests Black Orchid and Foxxy Blue Orchid (of Stars and Garters) and Goldie Candela (of Austin’s Jigglewatts) shaking their jingle bells to holiday classics. Wear your ugliest holiday sweater for a chance to win “awesome prizes.”
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