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 […]
Julian’s Italian Pizzeria & Kitchen in San Antonio has food that is worth every tasty, Italian carb. Stephanie, SA Flavor’s intern, tells you why she considers Julian’s one of her favorite Italian restaurants.
Having won several awards from the newspaper and often lauded as one of the better pizzas in the city, Rome’s Pizza has been serving the Alamo City since 1986. They have four San Antonio locations that canvas the Northside with most recently opening one in Stone Oak. Having eaten at Rome’s in the past, I […]
You know, sometimes you eat at a place that is not bad, not great, but works. Rome’s was like that for me. It definitely was not life changing pizza, it definitely was above mediocre pizza, but it really wasn’t memorable. I don’t know if I will ever go back (heck, I might walk over there […]
Over at the newly redeveloped area of 410 and Blanco is a little Neapolitan pizzeria called Dough. Being held to the strict standards of pizza making (they have to make their own cheese in house and use particular ingredients), they are one of the few pizzerias certified by the Italian government in the states. But […]