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Discussion in 'San Antonio' started by TexYid, Jun 9, 2019.
There used to be a little place in Comfort with good German food.
As for Mi Tierra, it is open 24 hours, but I haven’t ever tried their breakfast. I can never finish my plate either.
What is at 6 o'clock on the plate?
Is that just queso?
WARNING: Do not read this thread when hungry.
It looks like drool. But then I am on a tablet...
Don't make it down to SA that much anymore, so these may be a little dated.
El Chaparral (Helotes) has the best fajitas and refried beans anywhere. Next best stop for TexMex is La Fonda.
Tip Top Cafe.
Viet-Nam Cafe had incredible spring rolls.
Not sure where the best bbq would be these days. I wouldn't serve Bill Miller's to my worst enemy's dog.
Fudd's always had a good burger.
I would name the best place to get tamales, but then I would have to kill everyone reading the thread. Some secrets simply cannot be revealed.
That would be the Queso which tastes much better than it looks.
Alas, no more. Both locations sold a couple years ago. Both now shuttered. The Rim location is going to be a conglomeration of all the Mi Tierra restaurants, apparently. Supposed to open this summer.
How about craft brews?
I'm in SA once or twice a month at least.
Half work, half pleasure. Microbrews are a simple pleasure.
Big Hops Growler Station.
Beer and very decent food.
Noisy inside.Sit outside at sunset. Nice.
Have not been way down to Blue Star in maybe a decade.
Headed there Friday.