We visited Reggiano's while in town for the Wurstfest last November because our favorite NW Houston chef (John) moved to Reggiano's. Our loss is San Antonio's gain because his recipes are marvelous and on par with many famous chefs of Italy (particularly the Tuscano area) and the U.S. He fixed my favorite Mezzaluna, a half moon-shaped ravioli stuffed with boar sausage & served with a very light pesto sauce, a must-try for anyone. His bistecas (steaks) are to die for, and his crab cakes (when they have plenty of fresh crab) are the best we've ever had ANYWHERE -- and we're seasoned world travelers. The restaurant itself is very delightful in its decor reminding us of a couple places we dined while in the Tuscan and Umbrian countrysides, and service was exceptional, even tho we were there when the restaurant was closed except for a private party. We love the idea of a separate pizza bar with a wood-burning oven so you get your pizza al forno, just like in Italy! Wine selections are also excellent yet unpretentious. Even the restrooms remind you of Tuscany. We've recommended this place for local friends who travel to San Antonio, and we will definitely be stopping here every time we're in the area, maybe even make a special day trip just to have lunch.
Pros: Food, food, food!
Cons: We live 4 hrs. away so we can't dine as often as we'd like