Not to get overly philosophical, but there’s no greater connector to memory than food. As mentioned in first part of the Eastside Food Tour, I’ve spent a lot of my life in SA’s often-neglected East Side. And, quite frankly, I still do. I often return to re-connect with friends and family over a great meal […]
There is an undeniable connection between food and nostalgia. Thinking about San Antonio’s often ignored and vastly underrated South Eastside food creates a flood of memories and a sense of being home. Dining in this part of our city offers not only a tasty, affordable meal, but also a chance to reminisce about times hanging […]
This Eastside restaurant serves up some mean fried chicken, corn fritters and mac ‘n cheese.
I have been on a breakfast kick recently and found myself driving around town this past Saturday looking to get an American styled breakfast. Even though lunch was fast approaching, I was jonesing for bacon, eggs, and something with syrup. I stopped by a place in Alamo Heights that stopped serving breakfast at 11:00AM and […]
Specht’s Store may be tough to find, but you’ll enjoy their Jäger-Schnitzel, chicken fried steak and adult beverage in this old school country store.
If you are like me, you might have grown up with going to smallish churches and having the Sunday pot-lucks when all the little old ladies at the church brought in dishes to serve the congregation. In the present day of tele-evangelists, mega-churches, and overall swell of population, you might not have had the opportunity […]
Sometimes you feel a little down. Sometimes the weather is just bad. Sometimes you are just flat out hungry. If you are experiencing any of these things, it is always a good idea to go grab some soul food. Mama Lee’s has two restaurants in San Antonio, and for lunch I decided to eat at […]