Located next to Little Rhein, Fig Tree shares the title of “Most Historic Restaurant in San Antonio” with its culinary neighbor. Operating out of a house built in 1853, in the city’s La Villita district, the restaurant showcases classic American fare, such as roasted Texas Hill Country quail and Gulf Coast lump crab cakes.
Shrimp Paesano-this is my husband's favorite dish from his favorite restaurant in San Antonio! If you've never been to the Riverwalk along the banks of the San Antonio River, it's hard to imagine the beauty. After the heat of the day, the cool breezes turn this into Heaven on Earth!
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be sure not to pass by the Castle Hills location. Order the Roasted Pablano Pepper or Tomato Basil Soup made from scratch and the turkey sandwich with fries for lunch, and you will quite possibly never order from another drive-thru ever again. The glazed brie plate comes with roasted pecans, crisp apple slices and toasted French bread, making this spot the most perfect picnic you’ll never have to pack. Picnikins Patio Café 5811 University Heights Boulevard (210) 616-0954