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Fearless Critic restaurant review
San Antonio
Food
Feel
Price
7.5
8.5
$40
Modern
Casual restaurant

Hours
Mon 11:00am–10:00pm
Tue–Thu 11:00am–11:00pm
Fri–Sat 11:00am–midnight

Features Date-friendly, good wines, outdoor dining
Bar Beer, wine, liquor
Credit cards Visa, MC, AmEx
Reservations Not accepted

www.cappyccinos.com

Uptown Central
5011 Broadway St.
San Antonio, TX
(210) 828-6860
Cappyccino’s Bistro & Bar
A neighborhood watering hole for the Alamo Heights elite

The “Cappiness” of the Lawtons’ little corner of Broadway continues in Cappyccino’s, the quintessential neighborhood bar (admittedly, the ‘hood is high-class) and casual dining spot adjacent to the more comprehensive Cappy’s. Designed for quicker in-and-out than the mothership (the booth seating is a little cramped), it’s still a home-away-from-homey kinda place with local art and a semi-Southwest feel.

The fare, including “white chili,” a Mediterranean grilled cheese sandwich, poblano shrimp pizza, and rum-cajeta crêpes, aspires to little more than to be decent bar food with beer or Scotch, and it hits that mark admirably. One caveat—or maybe two: the spinach, artichoke, and brie pizza recalls a popular dip spread on flatbread; the homemade potato chips are frequently overcooked. Dishes from next door can be ordered if the selected single malt or single-batch Bourbon (there’s an admirable number of both) seems to require more substantial fare. Cappyccino’s Kobe burger is identical to big brother’s.

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