Liberty Bar

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 7 publications
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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 →


Frommer's 34

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 →


Gayot 13.0

Liberty Bar makes its home in a converted convent in King William, where it's painted an unrepentant coral. The cuisine’s Texas and Mexican roots show through at almost every turn. Old... Full review →


Lonely Planet

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 →


Rough Guide

This inexpensive restaurant is so old that the building actually leans. Rotating menus feature specials like wild boar sausage.


Travel + Leisure

Lunch specials change daily, and desserts like Virginia Green's chocolate cake are all made in house. Full review →


Zagat 4.3

This "old favorite" provides loads of "fun" with a "creative" Eclectic menu, "warm" hospitality and a lively bar scene. Full review →

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