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  • Lea Thompson


5011 Broadway,(210) 828-9669, cappysrestaurant.com

Next door to Cappyccino’s, you’ll find executive chef Gabriel Ibarra serving up some of the best contemporary American dishes in the city. His Baja fish salad features a black drum fried to perfection and served on a mountain of fresh avocado, zucchini, corn and watermelon radish. Ibarra tops it off with a spicy orange guajillo pepper sauce. Make sure you put in a reservation before you head over: You can only order this salad during lunch, and the place can get packed. Those ladies who lunch don’t play.


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