SANANTONIO - Rosario's has been named San Antonio’s best Mexican restaurant several times. It’s the perfect spot to enjoy some great food and margaritas. As you may know, I've been on a Mexican food kick lately so I'm not going to disappoint you. Rosario's is one of my favorites, and now there's two locations. One in Southtown and the other near San Pedro and Loop 410. They've both got a full bar and bar seating.
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San Antonians wanting to laissez les bon temps rouler at BB's Tex-Orleans need wait no longer. The Houston-based chain opened its first Alamo City location Monday, serving up crawfish and seafood boils, po'boys and other Louisiana fare — some delivered with with a Tex-Mex twist. The Alamo Ranch-area dining spot...
If Chef Nicola Blaque ever needed some reassurance on how much locals love her business, The Jerk Shack, a weekend Instagram post might key her in to how much San Antonians need her Caribbean-style food. The Friday post said the following day would mark the final day of service at...
Margaritas and Mexican food go together like peanut butter and jelly, and one Texas restaurant takes the classic combination to a whole new level. Cafe Olé, located on the San Antonio River Walk, offers 60-ounce margaritas that serve a crowd, and they’re absolutely delicious – in the most outrageous, over-the-top way, of course. Visit the […] The post The 60-Ounce Margarita At Cafe Olé In Texas Is Insane And Outrageously Delicious appeared first on Only In Your State.
SAN ANTONIO — Many San Antonians say coming to Historic Market Square is like stepping into another world. It started out as a place where vendors sold fresh produce, beef, wild turkeys, honey and of course, Texas pecans. At night, the famous "Chili Queens" would take over for the vendors and sell their steaming bowls of spicy chili.
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Locally owned barbecue joint Bar-B-Cutie Smokehouse, is celebrating their anniversary and the beginning of fall with a special palate- and wallet-friendly promotion. From Friday, September 24 through Sunday, September 26, patrons can dine on the establishment's sandwiches for the low price of $1.88. The bill fits with the original cost of the specialty sandwich back when it was first vended in the 1950s.
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SAN ANTONIO — Andrea Ley's dream in it's infancy started on four wheels in her 1989 Volkswagen van that's decked out more like the 'ollas' or pots that she remembers her abuelas brewing coffee in. Café de olla or coffee with spices and piloncillo is so much more to this...
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The coronavirus pandemic is propelling the rise of ghost kitchens — kitchens designed to handle food-delivery orders — and one San Antonio company is a big beneficiary. At facilities near the airport, Cruising Kitchens designs and builds custom food trucks for clients that range from mom-and-pop enterprises, to companies such as Walmart and Whataburger, to nonprofits like Steph and Ayesha Curry’s charitable foundation, which is called Eat. Learn. Play.
Not that you needed a reason to spend your weekend sinking your teeth into juicy, loaded burgers, but National Cheeseburger Day falling on Sunday is making the weekend a double stack of delicious. The national food holiday has big name chains like BurgerFi, Burger King and Hopdoddy doling deals, but...
After more than 30 years, Tomatillo's Cafe y Cantina's days at its original Broadway location are numbered. A representative for the restaurant confirms Tomatillo's is moving from the 3210 Broadway location to far Northside. The final day of service is Sunday, September 26. The lively restaurant and bar currently features...