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Monday, June 9, 2014

SA Food Pics: Weekend culinary adventures

Posted By on Mon, Jun 9, 2014 at 11:18 AM

This weekend SA natives prepped themselves before the Spurs games with food from all over town.

From pancakes at The Guenther House (205 E Guenther— to dinner at La Gloria (100 E Grayson) and every where in between Hot Joy (1014 S Alamo), Mariscos El Bucanero (16505 Blanco), Crepelandia (Pearl Farmers Market), Bakery Lorraine (511 E Grayson), Taps y Tapas (1012 N Flores), Thai House Restaurant (4114 Rittiman), The Great Taste Cafe (16618 San Pedro), Mi Tierra Cafe (218 Produce Row) — here's a round-up  of what SA ate this weekend.

Before you sink your teeth into your next meal remember to hashtag #SAfoodpics and you may end up on the blog next week.

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@natashalnei said "I feel like I'm always eating." (via)

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@snowmantha said "First Friday with the ladies" at Hot Joy. (via)

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@des0ray simply said "#ceviche." (via)

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@ooodangitsmary said "Totally being one of "those" people right now, but my crepe from Crepelandia was aaamaaazing!" (via)

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After grabbing a macaron from Bakery Lorraine @_rudeman said "The foodie way of showing Spurs spirit." (via)

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@pseudo_intellectual_ said "Al Pastor and fish tacos. Nom." (via)

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@ehinojosa27 said "Having some fresh spring rolls as an appetizer. Yum!" (via)

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@meganlindseyy said "A little afternoon pick me up. Iced caramel macchiato and a bagel w/ honey butter." (via)

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At Mi Tierra @ritasintas said "Big Red Magarita." (via)

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@sasquatchdan said "Elote at La Gloria Ice House... all I can say is wow..." (via)

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