Where to Celebrate Diez y Seis de Septiembre in San Antonio

We might have missed El Grito de la Independencia, but you can still celebrate Mexican Independence Day today by eating at your favorite Mex (and even Tex-Mex) restaurant. Here's a list of choices of some of the city's best:

La Fonda on Main, 2415 N Main Ave, (210) 733-0621

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La Fogata, 2427 Vance Jackson,
(210) 340-1337

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The Fruteria, 1401 S Flores #102, (210) 251-3104

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Guajillo's, 1001 NW Loop 410, (210) 344-4119

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La Gloria, 100 E Grayson,
(210) 267-9040

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Acenar, 146 E Houston,
(210) 222-2362

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El Siete Mares, 3831 W Commerce,
(210) 436-6056

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Mexican Manhattan, 110 Soledad, (210) 223-3913

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Nao New World Flavors, 312 Pearl Pkwy,
(210) 554-6484

NAO's Menu El Grito will be available through Monday.

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Chacho's, various locations.

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El Jarro de Arturo, 13421 San Pedro, (210) 494-5084

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Rosario's, 910 S Alamo, (210) 223-1806

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Paloma Blanca, 5800 Broadway, (210) 822-6151

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El Milagrito Cafe, 521 E Woodlawn, (210) 737-8646

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Mi Tierra Restaurant & Bakery, 218 Produce Row, (210) 225-1262

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Los Barrios, 4223 Blanco, (210) 732-6017

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Jacala Mexican Restaurant, 606 West Ave,(210) 732-5222

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Tellez Tamales & Barbacoa, 1737 S General McMullen,
(210) 433-1367

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