If you’re in the mood for Tex-Mex that goes beyond the norm, Eric says to do yourself a favor and head on down to La Posada del Rey.
Culinaria is not just for highfalutin foods. Eric stopped by Chris Madrid’s—the OG of SA Burger joints—to get a Cheddar Cheezy during Restaurant Week.
As you head toward the city’s Northeast side, you’re gonna see a sign that will give you a big ole jolt of nostalgia—Frontier Burger has returned!
Eric’s back with his favorite place in town to get a chicken fried steak with a side of nostalgia in his review of the Little Red Barn.
Not to get overly philosophical, but there’s no greater connector to memory than food. As mentioned in first part of the Eastside Food Tour, I’ve spent a lot of my life in SA’s often-neglected East Side. And, quite frankly, I still do. I often return to re-connect with friends and family over a great meal […]
Music festivals and San Antonio are just made for each other. They’re one of those combinations that fit together seamlessly, like chips and queso or Big Red and barbacoa. One the relatively newest entries into the pantheon of great Alamo City festivals is San Antonio College’s (SAC) annual FredStock, which makes its triumphant return this […]
In 1927, Papa Fritz Schilo moved his saloon and delicatessen to the corner of Alamo Street and Worth, smack dab in the middle of downtown San Antonio. And that’s where it has remained for more than 80 years. In that time, Schilo’s has become an institution, offering German-style deli favorites such as the classic Reuben […]