Best Italian restaurants in San Antonio.
I feel that La Focaccia is one of the best places to eat.! I have been going there since I was 17 and I am now 23.
In regards to what others have said about it being horrible, they are soooooo wrong. Perhaps they were just in a bad mood that day.
The food is excellent! Try the stuffed mushrooms with cherry sauce. The wine is great. Prices are worth it. Service is spendid.
I am a very picky eater and pay great attention to service and quality. I do not hesitate to speak up. So when you try and say that La Focaccia sucks, well you are SOARLY MISTAKEN!!! I am a San Antonio Native and I eat everywhere.
La Focaccia is by far one of the Best Italian Restaurants in San Antonio, so don't pay attention to rude and over exaggerated comments.
I Love La Focaccia!!!
This place reminds me of dinning in Italy!. I lived in Italy for six-months -- La Focaccia has the feel of a rural, privately-owned Italian pizzeria/restaurant that cant be duplicated at the chain Italian restaurants in American today. The tables and booths are not fancy, but the charm and warmth of this restaurant will embrace you as you smell the fresh aromas of garlic and burning wood from the authentic Italian pizza oven. The food is very tasty, very Italian, and the prices are reasonable. La Focaccia is real gem.
What could be more romantic than a low-lit Italian dining in the midst of the city's art district?.
The owner of Luigi's on North San Pedro opened this near-Southside eatery just as Southtown was becoming trendy. A short stroll north from the hot arts strip that runs along South Alamo Street to the Blue Star Arts Complex, La Focaccia seems to have hit upon a formula for success. For an intimate evening, avoid the banquet room-like expansion and take a seat in the original dining room, which is cozy despite its size. A piano man plays on weekend evenings, and one of Luigi's friends offers operatic arias when he's so inclined.
A good wine list is combined with solid Italian specialties, including succulent chicken and veal dishes, fresh pastas and original pizzas. Start with the olive-oil drizzled capers and carpaccio or the calamari, some of the best in town. A salad bar includes delicious marinated specialties like mushrooms, artichoke hearts and red peppers.
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