Housed in a structure built in 1847, this rustic restaurant was originally used as a residence and store by German immigrant Otto Bombach. It's a historically protected site, with antique brass lights, wooden booths, and a smattering of Old West antiques. Specialties include center-cut filet mignon, bone-in prime strip loin, and fresh Norwegian salmon. Terrace dining gives diners views of the San Antonio River, and a full bar reminds you that the spot once served as a
saloon. Expect the same dedication to excellence as next-door sister restaurant the Fig Tree (they have the same owner).