The Lord’s Kitchen, a funky burger joint in the near East Side, has been serving up classic hamburgers for 25 years.
While the posted hours of operation at Taquitos West Ave. list 10 a.m. as opening time, the line on a recent Saturday formed well before.
Sichuan House features authentic homestyle classics, with the full variety of aromatic and pungent flavors the Chinese specialty cuisine is known for.
The word fremdes in Alsatian means “outsider,” but the atmosphere is welcoming at a pizza place with the tongue-in-cheek name in the Little Alsace of Texas.
Gino’s Deli Stop n Buy is considered a quirky, well-kept secret among locals who appreciate good food at a fair price in a neighborly atmosphere.
Chas Market + Kitchen started out as Charles Supermarket in 1936 and now serves Korean barbecue, tacos, and various American dishes.
Sangria on the Burg’s owner describes his restaurant’s menu as “San Antonio food,” paying homage to the city’s many cultures.
Maria’s Cafe’s mom-and-pop shop on Nogalitos Street has drawn some of the same diners for decades, but its namesake can’t run the restaurant forever.