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Hello Bistro Buddies. The San Antonio area is full of wonderful Bistros. Let’s check them out! The over 50 crowd is supposed to have tons of friends to go out with, but that is not always the case. Situations change, leaving us to explore on our own or with just our spouse. Let’s change all that! First we will check out the restaurants with Bistro in their name. There is a bunch! I consider my kitchen a Bistro, maybe we will cook our own amazing meal. Hopefully, some of you consider your kitchen a Bistro as well. So, let’s get together and have some San Antonio fun! www.jessico.com

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🍛Lunch Buffet - India Oven!🇮🇳

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We love this place! After getting hooked on Chicken Tikka Masala when I lived outside of London, I looked for its equal when I got back to San Antonio. It took awhile, but I found it at the India Oven. They have a very popular lunch buffet or you can order off the menu. This is your chance to try Indian food, if you haven't before. It will be fun.

🥩Dinner - Aspen Creek Grill - Bandera Pointe🍺

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This restaurant is in the Bandera Pointe Shopping Center at Bandera and 1604. So, let's get together for some good food and friendship! From their website: Aspen Creek Grill is a full service, casual dining restaurant and bar. The restaurant features made-from-scratch fare with a variety of choices from hand-cut steaks, freshly chopped salads, house smoked ribs, rich and creamy pastas, and juicy double patty burgers, to a full bar and daily specials featuring freshly-squeezed lime margaritas, specialty drinks and domestic as well as craft beers on tap. Aspen Creek Grill offers a warm and inviting atmosphere with relaxing comfort of a mountain lodge theme for family-friendly dining and also a great destination for a more lively night out with friends. www. aspencreekgrill.com

🍛Southern & Cajun - Acadiana Café🍤

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San Antonio Current made a list of 27 classic San Antonio restaurants that have been around 35 years or longer. Acadiana Café, which has been in San Antonio since 1986, was on that list. This is what SA Current said: When you’ve got a craving for Southern and Cajun cooking, 35-year-old Acadiana Café is the spot to tap. From catfish, turkeys and pickles to chicken and dumplings and gumbo, this family-owned joint serves up Cajun flair on SA’s far West side. From Acadiana's site: Acadiana Café is a unique San Antonio dining experience with a true Cajun flair, serving up award-winning catfish and seafood. You may also select from a hearty choice of vegetables and traditional southern country cooking. A kiddie menu, senior citizen discounts, and non-spicy foods are available upon request.

🌮BB Taco Tuesday - Casa Rio Downtown🌮

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When the San Antonio Current made the list of 27 classic San Antonio restaurants that have been around 35 years or longer, Casa Rio was also included. It has been around since 1946. Come join us for another great Bistro Buddies Taco Tuesday. Downtown parking should be free on Tuesday evenings. From the Current's site: This SA River Walk mainstay claims the title of first restaurant on the River Walk, serving up Tex-Mex fare to thousands of visitors every week. According to the SA Chamber of Commerce, the restaurant sits on land first granted title in 1777 by the King of Spain.

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