Texas Eats first stop is Max and Louie’s New York Diner on the north side of San Antonio. David Elder helps cook and assemble the massive brunch challenge at Max & Louie’s New York Diner. More than one hundred challengers have attempted the Robert Stack Challenge. To date, only ten have conquered the challenge. What’s at stake? Finish the Robert Stack (all of it!) in under 25 minutes, and it’s free. Plus, we’ll toss in a free Max & Louie’s t-shirt for the winner.
Lunch & Dinner
There’s practically an underground network of San Antonio restaurants serving a taste of Thanksgiving all year long. You just have to know when and where to find them. Read San Antonio Express New’s list of seven of the best, and come on in to Max & Louie’s Diner to order your favorite roasted turkey dinner all year long.
Joe Sanchez and Hermes Jimenez have amassed a list of some of the city’s best sandwiches – including the French Dip sandwich from Max & Louie’s. Max and Louie’s has a wide variety of sandos. One of their favorites is the French Dip style sandwich that synchs some flavorful roast beef together with a golden onion roll, mozzarella cheese and a side of some of the most decadent au jus you will ever taste.
If you’re looking to take a trip to New York City without getting on a plane, Max & Louie’s New York Diner is right here in San Antonio, serving up Big Apple fare. SA Live features new Italian menu items now available, including eggplant parmesan, pasta primavera, meatball hoagie, pizza and made-from-scratch lasagna.