Don't Stray Far from the AT&T Center for Exceptional Eats

Where should you grab a bite to eat before heading to San Antonio's AT&T Center for the Spurs game or any other event? Read on and find out how to satisfy those cravings that go beyond cheap burgers and beer. 

In fact, if it's the perfect burger that you're after you can't do better than a Boiler House burger. Their Au Poivre Steak Burger, for example, comes with bacon onion jam, fontina cheese, a fried egg, sriracha aioli and is absolutely mouth-wateringly delicious!

If your tastes tend to run towards the eccentric, then just a few steps away is Botika, one of the Pearl Brewery's newest restaurants, featuring Peruvian fare that will have your mind and tastebuds spinning. You can also dine on some familiar foods, such as sushi and steamed buns. 

For a quick, easy and affordable meal in a chill outdoor setting, head over to Dignowity Meats for some succulent barbecue, served up KC-style with lots of sauce and sass. Do not leave without ordering at least a half a dozen pork ribs or you'll be sorry! 



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