Savor a Little Taste of Mexico in the City of San Antonio



Located as it is so close to the Mexican border, San Antonio is perhaps THE best place in Texas to find authentic Mexican cuisine, not to mention their divine fusion of Tex-Mex. 

Your first stop should be at La Gloria, where you can dine like the locals do. It's no surprise this is where San Antonians like to bring their friends and family to experience the good life. Owned by one of the Alamo City's celebrity chefs, La Gloria is almost as good as a trip to Mexico. Enjoy traditional street food and drinks on their beautiful outdoor patio. 

Casbel is also an excellent place to find some authentic Mexican eats. This quaint restaurant, tucked away in Southtown, makes some of the best mole you'll ever eat!

For a more upscale experience, La Fonda is a popular go-to for their stunning patio, yummy margaritas, and thoughtful specials that don't leave you feeling like you just ate your way through Mexico. 


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El 7 Mares
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Imagine kicking back with a cold cerveza and a magnificent plate of fresh, bright shrimp and octopus ceviche marinated in lime juice and mixed with pico de gallo, avocado and Serrano peppers, the sound of the ocean waves lapping against the sand...  Read More


Mixtli
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Mixtli is so much more than just a satisfying meal, it's truly a journey of the spirit and senses. Owners Diego Galicia and Rico Torres, also chefs, have developed a unique dining experience they're calling progressive Mexican culinaria, which...  Read More




Mi Tierra is unique in that it never closes. Open 24/7, it offers a variety of menu options for all different times of the day. When you are looking for breakfast, this is one of the best places to go! Breakfast in San Antonio isn't breakfast...  Read More


Azuca Nuevo Latino Restaurant & Bar
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Azuca Nuevo Latino is not just a restaurant and bar, but an experience. It's a local's favorite for their happy-hour mojitos and caipirinhas. Located just south of downtown in San Antonio's arts district, Azuca offers fantastic drinks you can't...  Read More




Vegeria somehow manages to make to make delicious Tex-Mex both Vegan and, sometimes, gluten-free as well, and this is no easy feat! You won't find many vegetarian or vegan offerings in the city that eats brisket in its sleep, but Vegeria is a...  Read More


Beto's Comida Latina


Beto's claims this is the place where Mexican street food meets Latin American soul food, but you can be sure that they put their own Texas spin on their scrumptious food! Casual and festive, this Latin American eatery serves flavorful tacos,...  Read More




Paloma Blanca is conveniently located in Alamo Heights and is something of an oasis, particularly on a hot summer day, with its flowering landscape and tropical palm trees. They offer much more than just an exceptional meal, they offer a...  Read More




Cascabel's is one of the best-kept secrets in San Antonio and sports a wonderful outdoor patio with umbrella-covered tables. It's different than every other Mexican food restaurant in the city because it features regional specialties from...  Read More




La Fonda is the oldest Mexican restaurant in San Antonio. Established in 1932, the restaurant has served at least two American presidents (Teddy Roosevelt and Lyndon B Johnson). However, their primary focus is on serving the city of San...  Read More


La Gloria
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Located along the gorgeous north extension of the river walk at the famous Pearl Brewery, La Gloria has earned a name for itself as a vibrant cantina that serves traditional Mexican street food. Renowned chef, Johnny Hernandez, truly made a name...  Read More


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Meet Kimberly Suta

Kimberly A. Suta is a professional freelance writer, filmmaker and entrepreneur with a background in marketing, advertising and social media. Her first business, Midnight Sun Innovations,...  More About Kimberly

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