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.
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.
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.
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.
Gustavo Arellano, writer behind the syndicated column ¡Ask a Mexican! and author of Taco USA, discusses his book, Tex-Mex, puffy tacos and where to eat in SA.
Today’s Quick Bites: an infrared turkey fryer, Tex-Mex at Culebra Cafe, an Average Joe in San Antonio gets a chicken coop and MySA’s top dishes of 2012
Dish Trip, a group of food bloggers from Philly, reached out to me for a tour of SA so I took them around town. Check out the awesome video!