About 4 years ago I was spending a lot of time in San Antonio on work, and I will be returning for a business trip soon. One piece of unfinished culinary business is to find a good, reasonably priced steak. Surprisingly, I found it difficult to find good local steaks in Texas, the alleged American capital of beef.The best steak I had on my many trips was at the Little Rhein Steak House on the Riverwalk, but you shouldn't have to pay $100+ for a decent steak dinner. (For example, I can get a very good steak dinner for less than $30, including wine at the Marie-Louise Bistro in Baltimore).
The best steak dinner I had the last time I was a semi-regular visitor to the areas was, oddly enough, a chain called the Texas Roadhouse, which actually has its corporate offices in Louisville, Kentucky. This was the place recommended to me by my local colleagues, so perhaps even the locals realize that the Texas beef mystique might not apply to steak, but rather to barbecue brisket. (In which case, where's the best barbecue in San Antonio?)
For what it's worth, I will have a car, so forays into deepest suburbia are a possibility.