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Re: Food in San Antonio [Re: cocodrie] #13984205 05/03/21 09:34 PM
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Originally Posted by cocodrie
What part of town?


We got an Airbnb just a couple miles north of downtown



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That's a good central area. If you want all the tourist places, then go downtown and have your pick. If you're a foodie, then go check out The Pearl, it's got shops and outdoor spaces for the wife/family/kids and a bunch of really good places to eat. Central to the SA Zoo area is Chris Madrids, The Cove (little hippy place, I don't think it's great but a lot of people do) and Smoke Shack BBQ. For all Mexican food, just pick a place with a crowd, they're all over. Same goes for breakfast tacos, just pick a place. If you want a little more "local chain" Mexican food and breakfast tacos, especially at 2am headed home from the bars, then Las Palapas are scattered around town, can't go wrong there. If you want to check out Bass Pro and let the wife spend money, then The Rim & La Cantera will have all you're looking for to eat and do.


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Need to try this Mexican place in Stone Oak. Real good food and plenty of different kinds of Margarita's that will meet your needs. The service is above average which means a lot to me. The patio area has a view that is not what you would expect.

https://aldacosrestaurants.com/

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County Line Bar B.Q. Outstanding. food


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Also Good Time Charlies on Broadway. Great Chicken Fried Steak! food


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Re: Food in San Antonio [Re: cocodrie] #13984369 05/03/21 11:52 PM
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Originally Posted by cocodrie
That's a good central area. If you want all the tourist places, then go downtown and have your pick. If you're a foodie, then go check out The Pearl, it's got shops and outdoor spaces for the wife/family/kids and a bunch of really good places to eat. Central to the SA Zoo area is Chris Madrids, The Cove (little hippy place, I don't think it's great but a lot of people do) and Smoke Shack BBQ. For all Mexican food, just pick a place with a crowd, they're all over. Same goes for breakfast tacos, just pick a place. If you want a little more "local chain" Mexican food and breakfast tacos, especially at 2am headed home from the bars, then Las Palapas are scattered around town, can't go wrong there. If you want to check out Bass Pro and let the wife spend money, then The Rim & La Cantera will have all you're looking for to eat and do.


Even though I hope a snake bites him in the face, coco is correct.

And las palalas smokes suck [censored] mi tierra any day of the week


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Originally Posted by elcoyote, esq.
Originally Posted by cocodrie
That's a good central area. If you want all the tourist places, then go downtown and have your pick. If you're a foodie, then go check out The Pearl, it's got shops and outdoor spaces for the wife/family/kids and a bunch of really good places to eat. Central to the SA Zoo area is Chris Madrids, The Cove (little hippy place, I don't think it's great but a lot of people do) and Smoke Shack BBQ. For all Mexican food, just pick a place with a crowd, they're all over. Same goes for breakfast tacos, just pick a place. If you want a little more "local chain" Mexican food and breakfast tacos, especially at 2am headed home from the bars, then Las Palapas are scattered around town, can't go wrong there. If you want to check out Bass Pro and let the wife spend money, then The Rim & La Cantera will have all you're looking for to eat and do.


Even though I hope a snake bites him in the face, coco is correct.

And las palalas smokes suck [censored] mi tierra any day of the week



I hate tourist traps!


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The pearl street district is a good vibe with free parking and good security. We ate a casual restaurant in Hotel Emma that was good and reasonably priced. The area a Mi Tierra is torn up and the market is dead, the public parking was $10 and I didn’t see any security. Rosaritas (just past past LaVillita) was good as always. Everyplace on the river was pretty busy.

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https://godaisushi.com

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Dang we’re gonna need to plan another trip just to try all these places. They all look really good. I’m getting my appetite ready!!



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The best Tex mex down here are the little hole in the wall mom & pops places, especially breakfast tacos.

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La Hacienda de Los Barrios Probably the best cheese enchiladas I've ever had when I lived down there. Their puffy tacos were featured on Food Network

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La Hacienda just renovated their outdoor area. That place is great for patio margaritas.


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I lived there six years for school and residency. We made it a point to try a different Mexican restaurant as much as possible. It’s really hard to go wrong at any place. Viola’s Ventanas is owned by the same people with the same menu out by SeaWorld. La Hacienda is up N of the Stonegate area and 1604 Central area. The original is on Blanco inside of loop410.

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