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Saddle up because we are headed back to San Antonio, Texas to check out some great places to eat. You know you have enjoyed the picks, and hopefully by now you have had a chance to eat at some of those places. If not, add these four picks to the list and see where you wind up when you visit the home of the Alamo. San Antonio is a bustling yet reserved big city, full of culture, and I think you will like these top restaurant picks.

Colonial Room Restaurant just sounds charming, doesn’t it? Do you imagine a room full of antique decor? The interior is elegant for sure, and you can find this establishment in Alamo Plaza. Reviewers talk about prime rib, delicious soups, mango ice cream and more. This restaurant is part of a hotel, so take that into account for lodging or for location purposes in general.

Sustenio is another top San Antonio establishment, and some of the things you can enjoy there include snapper, lamb and flat bread. To add, this restaurant is also part of a hotel. Also, you can eat breakfast at Sustenio, too. That makes this restaurant seem like it is pretty convenient, along with serving up some delicious eats. Now, that is two San Antonio restaurants, and we need to look at two more.

How does The Barn Door sound? It is located on North New Braunfels Avenue, and you can imagine the name has a little do with the decor of the restaurant. This is one great place to have a tender steak according to the reviewers. The dinner rolls are also said to be quite a delight. Another thing I noticed mentioned off the top was that this restaurant has ample parking.

Restaurant parking can sometimes be a pain in bigger cities. We are going to close this article out with a place called Alamo Cafe. It is located on San Pedro Avenue, and the Mexican food in the pictures looks absolutely delicious. I would either order nachos or fajitas. Fajitas are always so filling, and you can often fix yourself a to go plate. Can you taste them now, or are you still eyeing one of the other restaurants mentioned to visit first? While Alamo Cafe would likely be my 2nd pick from the list, my first pick would probably be The Barn Door. That place sounds like a really unique place to enjoy your dinner.

Noelle Sosa