Comfort Suites Airport North
14202 San Pedro Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78232
Phone: (210) 494-9000
Fax: (210) 494-7200
You'll never realize when you've reached inside as the decor incorporates the outdoors look with paintings of skies and nature. The interiors at Alamo Café also extend to the courtyard, complete with a little pond and greenery. Seat yourself on one of the wrought iron chairs and take your pick from the Tex-Mex menu on offer. Sample the various tortillas, chips and fajitas. Don't forget to taste the apple-cinnamon empanadas.
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
Energetic and fun, EZ's serves thick burgers, truly delicious shakes, fresh salads and pizza that is made to order and baked in a wood-fueled oven. The curly fries and chicken strips are favorites among the kids. The decor is colorful and modern, with the oven and grill dominating the center of the restaurant. Table seating comes in the form of comfortable booths, while bar seating lets you watch the staff make pizzas and blend shakes from Blue Bell ice cream. The vibrant, cheerful atmosphere makes the juicy old fashioned burgers taste even better. Beer and wine are offered on tap.
Habanero's Grill is best known for its delicious array of fresh Mexican food. The decor is quite quirky, and the bright walls are covered in caricatures with plenty of character and humor. Their fresh tortillas are made from scratch, and you can fill them with a variety of tasty options like fajita chicke, sweet pork, with delicious sides like chips and guac and yummy toppings from corn succotash to grilled onions. Don't feel up to choosing, you can always have one of their standard options like the Pepper-Rito, Poblano Chicken Quesadilla and Macho-Rito. A great option for a family meal or a casual night out with friends. A hearty meal plus a signature drink makes for a satisfying evening for most.
Anne Marie's a simple place with humble beginnings and a healthy menu. The restaurant might not be a wow place for a brunch or lunch, but it certainly has your nutritional requirements in mind. Daily specials are hot, literally, and the price is cool. The place is more popular for its banquet rooms at Devonshire, and Anne Marie's catering capabilities are renowned anyway. In the meanwhile, for those interested in a light lunch, which is lighter on your pocket, step into Anne Marie's.
Regarded as one of the finest family and child friendly restaurants of San Antonio, MoMak's Backyard Malts & Burgers has been offering an unforgettable dining experience to thousands of families who have visited the restaurant. This upscale eatery features a plethora of delicious American specialties including sandwiches, steaks and burgers. The restaurant houses an 8,000 square foot children's play area as well as a patio for those who want to dine outdoors. MoMak's Backyard Malts & Burgers is also famous for hosting private parties, community celebrations and other functions.
Established in 1983, this North side favorite has three possibilities depending on your dining mood. One side of the restaurant is cozy and comfortable just right for an intimate repast. On the other side is a wonderful take-out deli, filled with meats and cheeses, as well as the restaurant's bar. If you're in the mood for a large gathering, you can book the Big Apple room. No matter where you sit (or stand), you will be able to order from a wide selection of real Italian meals. Every meal comes with a slice of pizza and a side dish of spaghetti. Try the linguini with white clam sauce, followed by one of the restaurant's homemade desserts. If a taste of vino is to your liking, Little Italy's wine cellar is among the best in the city.
El Bucanero brings the cuisine of Northwest Mexico to San Antonio. Enjoy fresh shrimp ceviche, fried tilapia, fish tacos, and more. The atmosphere is casual, featuring a mural of sea creatures swimming through the ocean and an open layout with big white arches dividing the dining room. You'll also find more familiar Mexican dishes on the menu, like enchiladas, and some American fare, like hamburgers.
The Austin, Texas landmark finally made its way a little closer to the border. Chuy's 281 boasts decor that could most politely be called kitschy: painted wooden fish hanging from the ceiling, an enormous jalapeno pinata and framed black-and-white photos of other Mexican restaurants in the city, to name a few of the oddities. The food is delicious and, thankfully, not mainstream. Enjoy chicken enchiladas made with blue corn tortillas, "big as yo' face" burritos and the Elvis Presley Memorial Combo (a platter of oversized servings of enchiladas, tacos and queso).
Exotic spices infuse the plentiful and wonderfully aromatic dishes at one of San Antonio's few Indian restaurants. If you're not sure you like Indian cuisine, venture in for lunch, the uninitiated lunch buffet. You can sample such traditional dishes as beef curry, chicken with spinach, and tandoori chicken. Tandoori dishes are prepared in the restaurant's authentic tandoor, a high-temperature, wood-burning clay oven that cooks everything from chicken to shrimp. When you're ready to expand your horizons and try some more sophisticated Indian cuisine, ask your server for a primer. The staff is knowledgeable and eager to help you decide among the many authentic lamb, chicken, seafood and vegetable dishes.
For over 30 years, the Old San Francisco Steak House has been a San Antonio tradition, serving some of the finest steak dinners in town. Although the restaurant is well known for its steaks, it has enhanced its menu to include fresh seafood and chicken dishes. One of the unique features of this restaurant is the girl in the red velvet swing. She entertains guests as she swings above them as they enjoy their meals. The peppered steak and 12-ounce rib eye are two of the favorites of local patrons, or try the spicy Jamaican chicken.
Despite the amusing name, this chic chain-let of Sushi Zushi at Stone Oak offers an extensive array of creative raw fare at affordable prices. Artisan sushi that will please all palates, from the newbie, purists and explorer. A fusion of traditional Japanese and Latin American touches that is imaginative as well as a culinary treat. Must try's are the Cosimo Roll, Teppan-Yaki and Bora Bora rolls. Enjoy the cocktail mixes and other drinks with your dainty food.