San Antonio's To-Go food options don't get tastier than these 10 best! For fresh, inexpensive Asian fare that can't help but hit the spot, try Ming's Noodle Bar. Ming established herself as the place to eat at the Pearl Farmers Market each weekend before she opened up her funky brick-and-mortar. Besides a variety of noodle bowls, Ming's is also known for their to-die-for steamed buns with pork belly. Your only regret will be not ordering more!
Nothing usually accompanies a TV marathon more than good old fashioned pizza, but why go with a chain when you can get a freshly-made (not frozen) pizza at Il Forno, owned by one of San Antonio's most renowned chefs. These Neapolitan-style pies are wood-fired in a kiln made by the hands of the chef/owner himself, and all the ingredients are made in-house or procured from local farmers. It really doesn't get better than this!
If you can't decide what you want, then head to Central Market where the sky's the limit. Choose from dozens (probably hundreds) of chef-prepared foods, and take a gander at their extensive wine selection on your way out. Couldn't hurt!