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7 expert recommendations
The menu features basic, old-time favorites such as pot roast, peppered steak, and pasta. Dessert may be what they do best: try the chocolate cake or a slice of homemade pie. Full review →
The Liberty Bar has just completed the move from the old, leaning saloon building on Josephine Street to its new location on South Alamo. Full review →
Liberty Bar makes its home in a converted convent in King William, where it's painted an unrepentant coral. The cuisineâs Texas and Mexican roots show through at almost every turn. Old... Full review →
The building itself is spectacular: an 1883 home that became a Benedictine convent in 1939 and has now been painted circus-peanut orange. Full review →
This inexpensive restaurant is so old that the building actually leans. Rotating menus feature specials like wild boar sausage.
Lunch specials change daily, and desserts like Virginia Green's chocolate cake are all made in house. Full review →
This "old favorite" provides loads of "fun" with a "creative" Eclectic menu, "warm" hospitality and a lively bar scene. Full review →