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It’s never pretentious, never snooty and you won’t get a bad meal. Olmos Drive, 210-828-3141, Readers (tie): Chez Vatel & Bistro; La Frite Belgian Bistro, French Fries Olive Frites Belgian frites, flavored aioli and creative sauces are Chris Thompson’s sole Sunday focus when he double fries hand-cut russets for devotees at The Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market. Nothing in this small bakery cafe has touched gluten or ever will. B, 210-826-7877, Readers: Green Vegeterian Cuisine, Healthy Dining The Clean Plate You won’t see big distribution trucks pulling up to unload here.
210-601-2858, Readers: The Institute of Chili, Food Truck Park The Point Park & Eats A great food truck park is the sum of its parts: casual outdoor cafe, neighborhood playground, locals bar, music venue—and, at the Point, art gallery.
For sweet: French toast with Nutella and seared banana slices.
To slake your salt needs, the fluffy Gorgonzola frittata with a side of crispy potatoes.
5714 Evers Road, Leon Valley, 210-706-9700, moroccan Readers: Pasha Mediterranean Grill, Authentic Mexican Cascabel Mexican Patio Locals who swear by Tex-Mex walk away from this little handmade gem totally gobsmacked by the experience, whether it’s from the deep mole poblano, complex cochinita pibil, savory tacos al pastor, loaded pozole or simply earthy huitlacoche quesadilla. Mary’s St., 210-212-6456 Readers: La Gloria, Nachos Palenque Grill Panchos are nachos with a little meat on top, but the chefs here didn’t get the “little” memo. Loop 1604 W., 210-545-7600, Readers: Chacho’s, New Restaurant Arcade Midtown Kitchen There’s a quiet effervescence here that’s hard to resist—from the well-executed, never-flashy dishes from Chef Jesse Perez to the lush craft cocktails from barman Christopher Ware.
The decor gritos with authenticity too, and everything is so cheap you’ll think you’re in Mexico. Be prepared for a huge mound of crisp chips, with refried beans and cheese on top, bathed in chunks of beef or chicken fajita meat. We love dining on the patio or sitting at the outdoor side of the bar. Alamo St., 210-277-7047, Readers: Choco Patisserie, Patio Dining Viola’s Ventanas Tree-shaded by day and mood-lit for night, the expansive patio at Viola’s Ventanas matches the huge menu and big heart of the restaurant’s namesake, Viola Barrios.