Brindles Awesome Ice Creams has taco sundaes on Sunday (punny right? You get a waffle cone taco, 3 scoops of your favorite ice cream flavors, and then get to load it up with toppings.
I’m screaming for this ice cream and so is the rest of San Antonio. It’s the all american classic that everyone loves combined with a San Antonio barbecue twist.
Not to mention the smoked chicken meal is only .99, so it fits perfectly in the road trip budget.Chris Madrid’s describes the Tostada Burger as “Mama Madrid’s homemade refried beans, chips, onions & melted cheddar cheese.If you’re looking for the ultimate comfort food, this is it. Odds are you’ve never heard of or tried Pea Toast, but this dish from FOLC will create a craving you never knew you had. It is ramen served in a pork bone broth with a soft-boiled egg, nori, marinated shiitake mushrooms, spring onions, and bean sprouts. Biga on the Bank’s menu describes The Sticky Toffee Pudding as their comfortingly rich signature dessert, inspired by the British classic with crème anglaise. A barbecue editor of Texas Monthly said that The Granary serves the best pastrami in the country, so how could you not try it when in San Antonio? The brisket is rubbed in simply coriander and black pepper, giving it a unique and flavorful taste. Not only does El Bucanero create excellent Mexican seafood, but they also provide a create dining experience that includes Mariachi bands.FOLC’s Pea Toast combines house-made ricotta with pea shoots on toasted house-made bread. It is definitely not your average college ramen experience by any means. It is definitely one of the most popular barbecue dishes in Texas. Charcuterie is the branch of cooking devoted to prepared meat products, such as bacon, ham, sausage, terrines, galantines, ballotines, pâtés, and confit.Top it off with our freshly made salsa.” It’s the perfect marriage between Mexican food and American food. A tastiness in a bowl, is a traditional Mexican soup made with beef stomach in a broth with red chili pepper base.
Locals and tourists say it is a must try, so get on it because the clock is ticking. As Guy Fieri once said, “It’s fluffy, puffy, and you can’t get enough-y.” Well said Guy. Incase you aren’t a texan, a puffy taco is different from a regular taco, in that the tortillas are fried to deliciousness. Yes, I just said beef stomach, and no, there is no need to stress.I know the description is scary, but they are a delicious and unique try. San Antonians do not mess around with their breakfast tacos and The Original Donut Shop was voted as having the best.Looking for the best sandwich to try in San Antonio? It is a sweet & spicy chupacabra serrano sauce with smoked turkey on a homemade sandwich roll with melted cheddar, lettuce and tomato. Their tortillas are fresh, and you can put anything your little heart desires into the tacos.San Antonio, known for the San Antonio Spurs, the Alamo, the River Walk, and of course AWESOME food.Whether you like Mexican food, Italian, barbecue, or dessert (yes it is its own food group), we’ve got you covered. Here are 30 things you must eat in San Antonio before you die.Fancy or not, it’s one of the best seafood dishes in San Antonio, so add it to your food bucket list.