Monday, June 30, 2014

SA Food Pics: Food excursions throughout SA

Posted By on Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 11:28 AM

It felt like the track "One Thousand Miles" was the anthem for many SA natives this week while they pursued food.

In the words of one-hit wonder songstress Vanessa Carlton, "Making my way downtown. Walking fast. Faces pass. And I'm home bound." 

Local did make their way downtown and elsewhere this week, perhaps walking fast and definitely seeing faces pass, maybe home bound (?), but they also kept their stomachs full at many local eateries including  Arcade Midtown Kitchen (303 Pearl Parkway), The Frutería (1401 S Flores), Green Vegetarian Cuisine (Multiple Locations), Pancake Joe's (1011 Donaldson), The Granary 'Cue & Brew (602 Avenue A), Umai Mi - Modern Asian Fare (555 W Bitters), Saveurs 209 (209 Broadway), Madhatters Tea House & Cafe (320 Beauregard), Las Nieves (Multiple Locations) and Tycoon Flats (2926 N St. Mary's).

Snap those pics with #SAfoodpics to be in our post next week.

@_sheknows said "Dinner with me. Pictured: Ancho chile salmon with mango mojo Yukon potato shrimp hash - Spanish chorizo- chimichurri Lime Brussel sprouts." (via)

@leeisloca said "I came back for seconds...." (via)

@elyerv said "Whud up, Texas! Delicious tofu stir fry with greens and kale and stuff." (via)

@sonjasoso said "Birthday Breakfast! Pancake Joe's" (via)

@danielbosse enjoyed a "Pretzel and beer ice cream (soft serve)with carmel and mustard" at The Granary. (via)

@shylermarie had a plate of "Local tomato, bing cherry, yuzu, olive oil, Thai basil." at Umai Mi. (via)

While at Saveurs 209 @fatkid_foodie said "#tbt Started the summer season off right with this fabulous asparagus salad from #saveurs209 No Fuss, Just Food.." (via)

@alucerog snapped this pic at Madhatters. (via)

While at Las Nieves @olaurenzana said "My favorite!" (via)

@jlongoria99 said "Bloody Mary's in the Tx heat." (via)

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