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Monday, June 23, 2014

SA Food Pics: The eats and treats of the week

Posted By on Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 11:39 AM

Foodies went high and low all over SA to treat themselves this past week. From the simple cocktail to the giant dinner platters, locals ate to their hearts content.

Some restaurants of choice included Radicke's Bluebonnet Grill (237 N WW White), Kimura (152 E Pecan), Pam's Patio Kitchen (11826 Wurzbach), Dough Pizzeria Napoletana (6989 Blanco), Big Easy Cafe (4822 Walzem), Cured at Pearl (306 Pearl Pkwy), Wild Beast (200 W Jones), Earth Burger (818 NW Loop 410), Mi Tierra Cafe y Panaderia (218 Produce Row) and La Gloria (100 E Grayson). 

I guess as the saying goes,  “Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch.”-Orson Welles

Tag your pics with #SAfoodpics to be featured in next week's post.

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@adrianonongrato said "#jalapeno #chicken on the #sanantonio east side, yes please!" (via)

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@taytayindawind said "Braised pork ramen!!!" (via)

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@christinacraun said "Free #cupcake? YES please!" (via)

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@lindseycraun said "It's almost intimidating." (via)

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@chellezsofly let the world know that she was at the "Big Easy Cafe!" (via)

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@sanabanana1 said "Good drinks and great company!" at Cured. (via)

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@sitztagram said "Glass noodles all damn day." (via)

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@aggiegata13 said "#fbf Flashback to the gluten-free vegan seed burger with tapioca cheese that was whole ten minutes ago. Earth Burger is epic." (via)

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While at Mi Tierra @just_dre_89 simply said "Cheers." (via)


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