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There are so many flavors of ice cream and frozen fruit bars (paletas) at this striped-roof dessert shop that you’ll have to return weekly during the summer months to try them all.

And with a natural ingredient list based almost solely on fruit, there’s nothing wrong with that.

The caramelized onions add a sweetness that doesn’t cloy.

Yes, that’s American cheese on top, too —and a squishy bun to keep it all in place. 111, 210-369-9664, Readers: Big’z Burger Joint, Bakery Bakery Lorraine Creatively flavored French macarons—grapefruit/ginger, Earl Grey, mojito and Arnold Palmer to name a few—blow everyone’s mind. The friendly folks, fabulous coffee and comfortable seating (plus fresh water for porched pooches) contribute to making this a neighborhood gem. Grayson St., 210-862-5582, Editors and Readers Chinese Sichuan Cuisine The huge menu matches the cavernous shopping center space.

1934 Fredericksburg Road, 210-737-8101, elparaisoicecream Readers: Amy’s Ice Creams, Italian Tre Trattoria in Alamo Heights Go with a group, and it feels like you’re at a Tuscan farm table sharing platters and bowls of salumi, grilled vegetables, fresh pasta, house-crafted cheeses, richly satisfying meats and la dolce vita.

4003 Broadway, 210-805-0333, Readers: Paesanos, Mediterranean Moroccan Bites Chick peas, lentils, lamb, kabobs, baklava, couscous, olives, eggplant, mint tea—every dish is made with loving, experienced hands and presented in a way that deepens your appreciation of this ancient culture.

Or just have it all: a savory fried quail atop fluffy goat cheese-blackberry waffles with a pour of sweet syrup.

5912 Broadway, 210-804-2473, Readers: Choco Patisserie, Family Friendly Restaurant Two Bros.

Brunch is as much fun as lunch and dinner—each menu holding its own and upholding the brand. 111, 210-369-9664, Readers: Tuk Tuk Tap Room, Dessert Stella Public House Attempt to get a little of everything in each bite of the salted caramel panna cotta with banana brûlée and vanilla almond biscotti. As at the other two Los Barrios restaurants, there’s an easy family party atmosphere (inside and out) as friends flit from table to table and kids safely fiesta in the play area.

Let it meld together on your taste buds before that fleeting moment is gone with a swallow. The full bar, live music and familiar flavors provides puro good vibes. 101, 210-764-0400; 5807 Worth Pkwy., 210-558-9898, Readers: Alamo Cafe, Sandwich Fratello’s You’d expect a good sandwich at an Italian restaurant, deli and market. It’s a simple equation: freshly baked bread flavorful fillings = a great sandwich. 102, 210-444-0702, Readers: Sushi Zushi, Pizza Barbaro If you’re a pizza margherita purist, push yourself to branch out here and try a house pizza with toppings like smoked mozzarella, kale, lobster and oyster mushrooms or bacon. 2720 Mc Cullough Ave., 210-320-2261, Readers: Dough Pizzeria Napoletana, Steakhouse Tejas Steakhouse & Saloon Don’t expect leather banquettes and crystal chandeliers.

Yet it’s the enormous range of flavors that make Sichuan so popular. Military Hwy., 210-525-8118, Readers: Phoenix Chinese Cafe Chips and Salsa Palenque Grill Forget trying to limit yourself.

Be bold and try one of the house specials—hot and gingery Chengdu style shrimp, aromatic tea-smoked duck or an interactive hot pot—and experience true ancient culinary mastery. Hot chips, sturdy enough to hold up to the thick bean/chorizo dip and warm smoky salsa, arrive the moment you’re seated and disappear within minutes of that. Loop 1604 W., 210-545-7600, Readers: Tiago’s Cabo Grille, Coffeehouse Olmos Perk Independence and attention to quality make this more than a grab-and-go morning stop.

5912 Broadway, 210-804-2473, Readers: Choco Patisserie, Family Friendly Restaurant Two Bros.

Brunch is as much fun as lunch and dinner—each menu holding its own and upholding the brand. 111, 210-369-9664, Readers: Tuk Tuk Tap Room, Dessert Stella Public House Attempt to get a little of everything in each bite of the salted caramel panna cotta with banana brûlée and vanilla almond biscotti. As at the other two Los Barrios restaurants, there’s an easy family party atmosphere (inside and out) as friends flit from table to table and kids safely fiesta in the play area.

Let it meld together on your taste buds before that fleeting moment is gone with a swallow. The full bar, live music and familiar flavors provides puro good vibes. 101, 210-764-0400; 5807 Worth Pkwy., 210-558-9898, Readers: Alamo Cafe, Sandwich Fratello’s You’d expect a good sandwich at an Italian restaurant, deli and market. It’s a simple equation: freshly baked bread flavorful fillings = a great sandwich. 102, 210-444-0702, Readers: Sushi Zushi, Pizza Barbaro If you’re a pizza margherita purist, push yourself to branch out here and try a house pizza with toppings like smoked mozzarella, kale, lobster and oyster mushrooms or bacon. 2720 Mc Cullough Ave., 210-320-2261, Readers: Dough Pizzeria Napoletana, Steakhouse Tejas Steakhouse & Saloon Don’t expect leather banquettes and crystal chandeliers.

Yet it’s the enormous range of flavors that make Sichuan so popular. Military Hwy., 210-525-8118, Readers: Phoenix Chinese Cafe Chips and Salsa Palenque Grill Forget trying to limit yourself.

Be bold and try one of the house specials—hot and gingery Chengdu style shrimp, aromatic tea-smoked duck or an interactive hot pot—and experience true ancient culinary mastery. Hot chips, sturdy enough to hold up to the thick bean/chorizo dip and warm smoky salsa, arrive the moment you’re seated and disappear within minutes of that. Loop 1604 W., 210-545-7600, Readers: Tiago’s Cabo Grille, Coffeehouse Olmos Perk Independence and attention to quality make this more than a grab-and-go morning stop.

Get to the window before the rich clam chowder is out and taste a classic example of what that soup should be.