There’s nothing sweeter than a trip to the Pearl Farmers Market on Mother’s Day followed by a brunch at Boiler House. The decadent eatery is serving its traditional brunch menu with a few specials such as lobster pot pie, peach and white chocolate bread pudding French toast (a mouthful), and breakfast lamb eggplant cassoulet. Read moree.
The Alamo City dining scene offers an embarrassment of riches — from the expected (barbecue, Tex-Mex), to the unique, growing roster of farm-to-table standouts — so it’s forgivable to forget for a minute that we’re also a haven for steak-lovers. This is cattle country, after all, surrounded as we are by bustling ranches as old as Texas itself. When it comes time to feast on gargantuan portions and cocktails like a well-oiled businessman, these 11 steakhouses have you covered. Read More.
Next door at Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden you can nosh on expertly grilled fare, specialty craft cocktails and more on their covered patio. Read More.
Lunch choices include seared salmon sando with lobster cream cheese, red onion arugula salad, egg, dill Havarti and lemon chive aioli; beer-battered fish and chips with escabeche and Texas tartar sauce; and drunken mussels with Pearl lager, cotija, cilantro and grilled bread. Read More.