16 Shuttered San Antonio Restaurants We Miss 

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Brasserie Pavil

Brasserie Pavil offered fantastic French cuisine. We miss their amazing salmon putanesca.

Le Rêve

Because sometimes you just wanted to blow $400 on a really good dinner.

Minnie's Tavern & Rye House

Two words: Steak frites

Cool Cafe

Those crepes, though. (And omelets)

Auden's Kitchen

An amazing Stone Oak spot we were sorry to see close. They served amazing fish and chips, and their mushroom skillet appetizer that was everything. Also missed: Auden's version of bubbles and squeak with brussels sprouts.

Max's Deli

Located across the former Borders in the Huebner Oaks Shopping Center, Max's Deli filled a latke-shaped hole in hole in our heart.

The Lodge Restaurant of Castle Hills

Why? The tasting menus, when the dish you were served was at the chef's whim, meaning a great opportunity for a culinary adventure.

Ciao Lavanderia

This little Italian eatery had such a charming name, and was always a reliable date spot.

Bin 555

And all of Jason Dady's other shuttered restaurants, while we're at it.

Shiraz

This was some seriously delicious Turkish cuisine.

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Drew's American Grill

Our reaction we we found out they served banana pudding in a jar was simply, "Shut. Up." And they had a killer brunch buffet.

Roaring Fork

This Arizona-based chain served up complimentary sticky buns during brunch.

China Latina

When Lisa Wong owned it, it was pretty great.

Karem's

This was a long-time West Side institution.

Barbaresco

Less for the food, and more for the insane interior design and that creepy painting that just stared at you while you ate. They had a good pork chop , though.

Cielito Lindo

They had amazing margaritas.

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Brasserie Pavil

Brasserie Pavil offered fantastic French cuisine. We miss their amazing salmon putanesca.