Café de las Artes
Café de las Artes Review
The charismatic owner of this intimate restaurant clearly gets a kick out of breaking the rules. Instead of the country style most San Antonio eateries go for, the walls here are painted bordello red and are cluttered with art, crafts, photos, and souvenirs from all over the world. Pasta dishes are the specialty: expect unusual combinations like duck ravioli in a saffron and walnut sauce or tenderloin and carrot ravioli in spiced tomato. Only the wine list comes up short—literally so—though the few options on it are very reasonably priced, as is the food.
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