The Unique Flavor of San Antonio’s Culinary Scene

The growing crop of pop-ups, food trucks, farmers markets and festivals offers the perfect opportunities to experience the fresh and innovative food that’s becoming part of San Antonio’s legacy. Sponsor content courtesy of Visit San Antonio®

Mexican Sweetbreads at Mi Tierra Café y Panadería

Colorful sweetbreads are just one of the staples of Mexican culture served fresh daily at Mi Tierra Café y Panadería, established in 1941 in San Antonio’s historic Market Square.

Chicken Tinga Tostadas at Johnny Hernandez’s Frutería

Vibrant food and an artisanal atmosphere make a truly unique dining experience at Frutería, a tapas and cocktail restaurant owned by world-renowned Chef Johnny Hernandez.

Organic tacos served fresh at Pharm Table

At San Antonio’s Pharm Table restaurant, the belief that food has the power to heal drives every plate of healthy, seasonal and local fare sourced from trusted suppliers.

A full spread of tacos and toppings at Viva Villa Taquería

Inside the 110-year-old building that houses San Antonio’s Viva Villa Taquería, you’ll find a modern and vibrant take on Mexican street food in a casual, fun atmosphere.

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