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 […]
There is an undeniable connection between food and nostalgia. Thinking about San Antonio’s often ignored and vastly underrated South Eastside food creates a flood of memories and a sense of being home. Dining in this part of our city offers not only a tasty, affordable meal, but also a chance to reminisce about times hanging […]
To say Eric loves sandwiches is an understatement. Find out the five San Antonio sandwiches he ate in five days—one will surely be your new fave.
This burger joint has dive written all over it: dimly lit, cinder block construction and right by the train tracks. And they make a mighty fine burger.
The Spurs are known for four Championships, the Big 3 and the Coyote, but the fare at the AT&T Stadium is some of the best in the country.
Everyone finds that one comfort restaurant and food when moving to a new city; Las Palapas and the “cheesy enchilada” plate was mine in SA. Until one day they no longer included gravy on the dish.
This Eastside restaurant serves up some mean fried chicken, corn fritters and mac ‘n cheese.