Texans pride themselves on their down-home hospitality and it shows in the fun restaurants of their city. Kingston Tycoon Flats is a jumping little burger joint that mixes good food, a large patio and an eclectic offering of live entertainment to produce a winning combination that draws a regular crowd. The festively named Cha Cha's, located in the heart of the Medical Center area, is big on atmosphere. Behind the Bun 'n' Barrel is its famous barbecue pit, where the cooks prepare their tasty carnivorous meals and also sell take-out. Since 1973, the Magic Time Machine has been a favorite place for celebrations.Dick's Last Resort is by far one of the rowdiest restaurants on the River Walk, so expect loud music, great food, cold beer and steely attitudes from the waitstaff. Do not take your in-laws or your children - unless, of course, they can swig a longneck and crack crab legs with the best of 'em. The emphasis is usually on good times in San Antonio and you'll see for yourself at the city's many fun restaurants.
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