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Newest resident of Olmos Circle has some 'destination' decisions ahead

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Scottish salmon and root vegetable brunoise, with Haricots verts finished in fines herbes from McCullough Avenue Grill.


I left to an empty house that Tuesday night — which meant that the chef had nothing better to do than to come out and talk. He admits that they're going through their early ups and downs but is optimistic. He claims there will soon be additions to the unconscionably ordinary wine list; it's especially egregious by-the-glass. And, of course, he'd like to see us all there. Why not; the pricing is right, the talent is there too… they just need to decide whether the place is to be a cozy neighborhood hangout or a dining destination. Glad I'm not making that decision. •

McCullough Avenue Grill

4230 McCullough Ave
(210) 822-6644
mculloughavenuegrill.com

The Skinny
The menu doesn't look inspiring, but there are seasonal gems beyond burgers and mac 'n' cheese.

Best bets
Fried mushrooms, spicy shrimp & scallops, fresh fish dishes

Hours
Lunch 11am-2:30pm Tues-Fri, Dinner 5:30-10pm Tues-Fri, 5-10pm Sat

Prices
Dinner entrées $14-$24

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