Culinaria 2014 took a trip south of the border, with interior Mexican flavors from El Machito, Paloma Blanca, Z’Tejas and more.
Off of West Commerce across the street from Our Lady of the Lake, Siete Mares offers many dishes that incorporate recipes from the Pacific Coast of Mexico.
I attended a four course tequila pairing last night at Chef Johnny’s Fruteria, including the Colección de la Casa reposado tequila that is finished in cognac barrels.
Oscar’s Taco House proves that their knowledge doesn’t stop at tacos – they make some of the best cheese enchiladas around. Get filled up with a plate called “The Sleeper.”
While you can certainly order traditional Tex-Mex plates an entrees, don’t leave Erick’s Tacos without having at least one of their delicious street tacos.
Soluna provides an excellent atmosphere for conversation along with delicious Tex-Mex and interior Mexican food.
I checked out the puffy tacos at Teka Molino, one of the older Mexican restaurants in town. Turns out that superstars eat there too – find out which Spur I ran into.
The birthplace of the puffy taco, this Westside staple serves over 500/day. Somehow Ray’s figured out how to prevent them from disintegrating in your hand.
Life long Mexican food fan Average Joe in San Antonio reviews the latest book by the ¡Ask a Mexican! columnist called Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America.
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.