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A San Antonio institution, this authentic German deli in the heart of downtown has been serving business people and tourists alike since 1917. Known for its delicious deli fare of corned beef, chicken salad, reubens and braunschweiger sandwiches, this is an excellent place to stop in for lunch or dinner. Don't forget to wash your meal down with some of the special Schilo's root beer or top it off with the signature cherry cheesecake. A popular spot, the dining room fills quickly.
This burger joint on the city's near-North side has been cranking out burgers for 23 years. Some people may think that a burger is a burger, but they probably haven't been to Chris Madrid's. A consistent winner of various critics' polls over the years, the restaurant won the 2006 local newspaper's Best Burger award. Like a lot of local burger places, this spot is decidedly low-tech and high-taste. The Cheddar CZ is its signature meal, but you might want to try the devastatingly good bean burger, too. Add an order of fries and a cold beer and you are in hamburger heaven.
Located in Alamo Heights, Jim's Restaurant is a wonderful place to enjoy scrumptious, wholesome Southern American meals. Though the restaurant has a casual setting, the scrumptious food coupled with their prompt service totally make up for it. Loaded burgers, succulent sandwiches, salads and refreshing beverages make for their delectable menu. Loyal patrons swear by their Cowboy Sandwich, Chili & Eggs, Texas French Toast and Fried Mushrooms. Save some space for dessert and indulge in their sinful Traditional Carrot Cake and Peach Cobbler.
A fantastic treat for vegetarians, Earth Burger serves organic meals that are as tasty as they are filling. Each of the items on the menu are carefully prepared using the freshest of ingredients to guarantee a fine flavor. Gluten-free and vegan options are also available. What's more, the affordable prices make it worth a try! There is an outdoor area where one can enjoy the meal in case it gets too crowded indoors.