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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

11 More Local Foodie Instagram Feeds to Follow

Posted By on Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 2:14 PM

If you’re Instagram feed isn’t making you hungry, we’ve got ten more local foodie feeds to follow with some appealing pictures of San Antonio’s food scene.

1. holyCUPCAKE

Confetti cupcake with vanilla bean buttercream (Courtesy)

As if holyCUPCAKE’s cupcake delivery service is already tempting enough, the Instagram feed is updated regularly with pictures of pretty cupcakes almost too pretty to eat.


2. La Panaderia

La Panaderia's torta (Courtesy)

You can find La Panaderia at the Quarry Farmers Market on Sundays selling their “bread cultura” of pan dulce, baguettes and soon birotes when they open their location on Broadway. Until then we’ll have to drool over these baked treats photos and wait until Sunday.


3. Rosario’s Mexican Cafe y Cantina

Albondigas with poblano rice (Courtesy)

Rosario’s keeps followers up-to-date on new dishes and upcoming events. Photos of cheesy enchiladas, ceviche, fideo and appetizing margaritas are enough to


4. Restaurant Gwendolyn

Moroccan lamb (Courtesy)

Restaurant Gwendolyn gives a peak into the makings of their menu with lots of all-nighters and plenty of yummy ingredients. The photos of menu items look delicious and the humorous captions only make it more appealing.


5. Where Y' At Food Truck

Barbacoa po'boy (Courtesy)

Where Y’ At Food Truck’s feed has the best of meat porn and New Orleans classics like fried oysters po’ boys and BBQ shrimp.


6. Cured

Brunch is served (Courtesy)

Cured hasn’t been open for very long but it’s already becoming a favorite. Charcuterie plates, fried chicken and homemade donuts on the feed will bring followers to the Pearl destination in no time.


7. Pearl Farmers Market

Seasonal carrots and spinach (Courtesy)

Don’t feel guilty about eating those donuts from Cured because the Pearl Farmers Market has the freshest in vegetables, eggs and other local goodies.


8. Lily's Cookies

Red velvet cookies (Courtesy)

Lily’s Cookies can be made for pretty which anyone. The bright colors and fun shapes make them absolutely appetizing. The feed is updated often so there’s always cookies for any event or holiday making it difficult not to take a trip to the shop right now.


9. Bite Street Bistro

Calamari fried rice from Yao (Courtesy)

Bite Street Bistro posts the latest yum for Bite Street, Yao Food Truck and Red. Japanese sausage and calamari fried rice, hoisin glazed pork belly and chicken lollipops are on the feed along side new menu updates and where to find the food trucks making it.


10. Olive Frites

Too good to be a side dish (Courtesy)

Olive Frites takes potatoes to another level with their fry sauces like jalapeno aioli, kalamata olive aioli and horseradish mayo. The concept is simple but new to San Antonio. And who knew photos of fries could be so striking?


11. Mixtli

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You'll find all manner of delicately prepared Progressive Mexican eats along with the adventures of chefs Rico Torres and Diego Galicia. Drool-worthy to the max.


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