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.
When life gets hectic for Karen, she stops Los Robertos. This Mexican food restaurant has generous servings and a 24-hour kitchen!
Taqueria Nuevo Vallarta is not shy with their servings, as they tend to be large and filling, and they pride themselves on their Jalisco style of food.
Austin may not have the best breakfast tacos, however, their very own Juan in a Million is able to meet San Antonio’s taco standards.
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 […]
In honor of the passing of Mr. Arturo Lopez, the creator of the puffy taco, here are three of my favorite places to order one in San Antonio.
When the taco journalists behind @TacosofTexas came to San Antonio, the one spot I suggested they visit was Ray’s Drive Inn for puffy tacos.