After being on this planet for more than 30 years, I realized that it was time to get some chicken ‘n’ waffles. Max’s Wine Dive delivered (along with a tasty grapefruit mimosa).
To help determine what is the best breakfast in town, we put together a March Madness styled bracket with Mexican, Americana, Brunch and Breakfast Taco regions. Voting open until March 13!
Even though not in their namesake, the Original Doughnut Shop on the Westside has some of the best breakfast tacos around.
In the land of breakfast tacos on the go, slow down and read the paper at Thousand Oaks while enjoying a Mexican styled breakfast or good ol’ pancakes, bacon and eggs.
The founding chef of La Gloria opens the door to Casa Hernán every second Sunday for an interior Mexican brunch: barbacoa, chilaquiles and more!
Today’s Quick Bites: The Boomstick (a hotdog the size of a bat at Rangers Stadium), French Toast at Il Sogno, Papouli’s pita and a blogger on Los Barrios.
Few people know that Il Sogno has a breakfast that has the right flavors, service and price. Check them out the next time you’re at the Pearl Farmers Market.
This Westside diner by Jefferson High School serves up some mean pancakes, French Toast and huevos rancheros.
Asking a San Antonian where to get the best barbacoa is like opening a can of worms. One of my favorites, however, is Taqueria Datapoint. In addition to barbacoa they have some good chilaquiles.
Flour Power Bakery and Cafe has moved from their old location on Huebner Road to the new location on NW Military. Juice in the…