In 1927, Papa Fritz Schilo moved his saloon and delicatessen to the corner of Alamo Street and Worth, smack dab in the middle of downtown San Antonio. And that’s where it has remained for more than 80 years. In that time, Schilo’s has become an institution, offering German-style deli favorites such as the classic Reuben […]
To say Eric loves sandwiches is an understatement. Find out the five San Antonio sandwiches he ate in five days—one will surely be your new fave.
Quick Bites are a couple of days late, but packed with freshness – The Luxury’s Tico sandwich, Rickshaw Stop a top food truck in America, what the produce section would look like without bees.
Today’s Quick Bites: Pam’s Patio Reuben sandwich, Teka Molino and how they prepare their corn, Riff Raff Supper Club’s newest dinner, SA approves organic compost pickup.
Quick Bites include: recap of the Taste of the River Walk, pastel diplomatico recipe, Zito’s serious sandwich and a spaghetti casserole recipe from Pinterest.
There is a place where you can go to get out of the hustle and bustle of city life that is right downtown. The Southwest School of Art and Craft is a beautiful campus on the grounds of a historic convent founded by French nuns back in 1851. On campus, there is a delightful restaurant […]
Just South of Alamo Heights past the Witte Museum is a little side street that has converted little old houses into restaurants. One such restaurant is Sweetie’s Deli. The atmosphere is very cozy and the staff is incredibly nice. It is a real chill atmosphere which some jazz softly playing over the speaker. I am […]