While you can certainly order traditional Tex-Mex plates an entrees, don’t leave Erick’s Tacos without having at least one of their delicious street tacos.
Teka Molino’s Puffy Tacos: ¡Viva Tex-Mex!
I checked out the puffy tacos at Teka Molino, one of the older Mexican restaurants in town. Turns out that superstars eat there too – find out which Spur I ran into.
Ray’s Drive Inn: Birthplace of the Puffy Taco
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.
Taqueria Datapoint: My Barbacoa Go To Joint
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.
La Fogata: Perfect Patio for a Margarita
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.
Ruthie’s Restaurant: Breakfast Tacos Any Time of Day
One day while I was ramblin’ around town, I stumbled upon Ruthie’s. This was one of those days where I was just driving around town on back roads to get to a place instead of staying on the major thoroughfares. I saw this huge yellow building with a sign that beckoned me to “Eat Here.” […]