Asking a San Antonian where to get the best barbacoa is like opening a can of worms. One of my favorites, however, is Taqueria Datapoint. In addition to barbacoa they have some good chilaquiles.
Having won several awards from the newspaper and often lauded as one of the better pizzas in the city, Rome’s Pizza has been serving the Alamo City since 1986. They have four San Antonio locations that canvas the Northside with most recently opening one in Stone Oak. Having eaten at Rome’s in the past, I […]
One of the best patios in town, La Fogata is a great place to cozy up to the one you love—and a margarita—while the mariachis play.
For Lent I decided to only eat out for one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner a week (unless I am traveling). In order to continue to publish content to the blog, I really have to plan out my meals to make sure that I try at least one new spot a week. This past […]
I am as guilty as the next person for staying in my comfort zone and eating what I know and love. I think that this is particularly true in the winter when I go into hibernating mode and eat familiar foods, drink beers at happy hour, and go to sleep. It’s hard for me to […]
As much as I like getting a big bacon and eggs breakfast or a couple of breakfast tacos, some mornings I am happy with a pastry and some coffee. It’s no secret that I have a sweet tooth. In fact a former roommate bought a tub of cookie dough that they sell for school fundraisers, […]
You know, sometimes you eat at a place that is not bad, not great, but works. Rome’s was like that for me. It definitely was not life changing pizza, it definitely was above mediocre pizza, but it really wasn’t memorable. I don’t know if I will ever go back (heck, I might walk over there […]