When the taco journalists behind @TacosofTexas came to San Antonio, the one spot I suggested they visit was Ray’s Drive Inn for puffy tacos.
Known for their diabolic Four Horseman, there’s other items on the Chunky’ s menu for those that can handle that kind of heat.
Even though not in their namesake, the Original Doughnut Shop on the Westside has some of the best breakfast tacos around.
Off of West Commerce across the street from Our Lady of the Lake, Siete Mares offers many dishes that incorporate recipes from the Pacific Coast of Mexico.
The Crispy Dog, a hot dog stuffed with cheese and wrapped in a tortilla before being deep fried, is a collision of Mexican and American cuisine.
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.
This Westside diner by Jefferson High School serves up some mean pancakes, French Toast and huevos rancheros.