Sleep Inn Medical Center N.W.
8318 Mcdermott Freeway
San Antonio, TX 78230
Phone: (210) 344-5400
Fax: (210) 340-2666
8318 Mcdermott Freeway, San Antonio, TX, US, 78230
- Téléphone : (210) 344-5400
- Télécopie : (210) 340-2666
"Ogenki desu ka?" Fujiya Japanese Garden Restaurant is one of the first things you will hear from the friendly people at Fujiya Japanese Garden Restaurant. The wait staff at Fujiya enjoys taking time to take care of you, as they have been serving some of San Antonio's best Japanese cuisine and sushi since 1970. This is why one of the first things you will hear is "how are you?" in Japanese.
Golden Wok Chinese Restaurant invites you to sample an assortment of dim sum every Sunday at 11:30am. Golden Wok's main lunch and dinner menus feature traditional Mandarin, Szechuan and Cantonese meals; however, on Sundays, you can expect to see a celebration of dim sum treats.
Contrary to it's name, Sugar's is not sweet but quite a spicy spot. A gentleman's club, it features tasty food and tantalizing drinks with equally tempting female company. Savor steaks cooked to perfection, a host of appetizers and well mixed drinks to go with your meal. Themed nights of a bold and sensuous nature are a prime attraction of this adult club.
A vast variety of the Japanese and fusion cuisine, Sushi Zushi serves mouthwatering sushi that will sure keep you coming back here. With an ambiance that is relaxed and comfortable, patrons can enjoy their meals and drinks specially during happy hours. You may want to try some sushi rolls like the Rainbow rolls, California rolls and Philadelphia rolls or the yakisoba noodles, udon noodles and tempura that are some non-sushi dishes. You may want to celebrate your private parties and functions here and also avail of their catering services. Call ahead for more information.
For that uniquely Texan barbecue flavor, Bob's Smokehouse is the place to go. Whether you choose the juicy brisket, smoked sausage, barbecue chicken or beef ribs, a better barbecue plate is hard to come by. For something a little outside the norm, you might want to try the lamb ribs. Be sure to get a helping of the homemade beans and potato salad, too. Finally, don't forget desert; the fresh-baked sweet potato pie is a real treat.
Texas Land and Cattle is a lesson in Texan. Jeans-clad food servers waltz across the dining room floor. Branding irons, horseshoes (oriented upwards, of course, so the luck does not run out), cowboy boots and chaps decorate the walls. And everything is big, including the booths, the longhorns and the food portions. After an 18-ounce Texas T-Bone, a 16-ounce Cattleman's Ribeye or a 9-ounce Trail Boss Filet, you will be talkin' Texan in no time. If red meat does not strike your fancy, try the spicy Mesquite-Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad or the TXLC Salmon Steak.
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.
Looking for wild game, then look to Bolo's, located in the Omni Hotel. It offers a diverse menu. From the rotisserie, you will find free-range chicken with potato gratin and mushroom sauce, Long Island duck served with wild rice. The herb-rubbed pork loin with brandied apples and French onion risotto is always a favorite. If steaks are more to your liking, then try the bone-in strip steak with an ancho chili sauce and potato gratin or maybe the center-cut filet mignon with garlic butter and vegetable ratatouille. The restaurant also serves breakfast and lunch.
Graham Central Station is a place which is definitely not like what it sounds. It is a famous nightclub which has a bar and hosts live music shows as well as birthday bashes for small and big alike. The music changes as per the latest trends and the karaoke club is the main attraction at this club. There is a night dedicated to the smallest of reasons like the ladies night, men's night, college night, hospitality and business night. On weekends, you can catch a glimpse of Jay Perez, Emilio, Michael Salgado, Little Joey La Familia and David Lee Garza.
From the time the doors open for dinner until the last pasta dish is served, Carrabba's capacity limit is practically always challenged. The classically comfortable atmosphere draws a constant flow of families, twenty-somethings and big wigs. The food servers are usually knowledgeable and always eager to please. Linger over cappuccino and tiramisu in the dining room, or treat yourself to a show at the dining bar. Here, in front of the exhibition kitchen, you can watch the cooks sauté your Scampi Damian, grill your Chicken Bryan Texas, bake your lasagna or toss your Italian Chicken Pizza. The bar offers beer, wine and the restaurant's signature Carrabba-Rita.
The County Line chain outdoes itself at every new location and this one in San Antonio is no less. Families and groups can indulge in the All-you-can-eat menu, barbecue platters, combos, sandwiches, salads and burgers. Try the fried tortilla crusted catfish, garlic mashed red skin potatoes, corn on the cob, fried okra, cole slaw and peppered turkey breast. Live gigs are a regular occurrence here so make sure you catch one of those.
Start with 50,000 square feet of space, add an odyssey of golf simulators, upscale carnival midway games and sophisticated cyber games, mix in some good food and cold drinks, and you've got a great place to spend an hour or an evening.