June 01, 2017 Slideshows » Food & Drink

15 San Pedro Restaurants Every San Antonian Should Have Eaten at by Now 

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You've probably passed by them a million times, but if you haven't stopped into these 15 San Pedro eateries, you've missing out on some of the greatest flavors in SA. Do yourself a favor and try out each one of these spots. We know you'll love them.
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El Bucanero
13802 Embassy Road, (210) 333-0909, bucanerosanantonio.com/
El Bucanero servs us up some of the best seafood in town. Hands down. Photo via Instagram Driouxsie_drioux
Las Salsas
2018 San Pedro Ave.,(210) 732-5366, facebook.com/Las-Salsas
At Las Salsas, you'll find delicious and fresh Mexican food on the daily.
Photo via Facebook Tatjana Plitt
Alamo Cafe
14250 San Pedro Ave., (210) 495-2233 alamocafe.com
One of the oldest restaurants in San Antonio, you should be embarrassed if you’ve never eaten at Alamo Cafe.
Photo via Instagram alamo_cafe
Tienda Centro America Restaurant
3905 San Pedro Ave.,(210) 733-8951, facebook.com/TiendaCentroAmerica
For a mouth-water menu, look no further. Tienda Centro America Restaurant can satisfy even the pickiest of taste buds.
Photo via Instagram verythat
Pacific Moon
15140 San Pedro Ave., (210) 402-3411, facebook.com/PacificMoonSA
Looking for authentic Korean flavors without the travel? Pacific Moon is just the place for you.
Photo via Instagram safoodbites
628 Jackson St., (210) 320-1840, sanchosmx.com
Sancho’s is a little off the path, but close enough that it might as well be located on San Pedro. Bring your friends to Sancho’s for good local eats and tunes.
Photo via Facebook Sanchos
Dona Totas Tortas
7053 San Pedro Ave., (210) 375-0005, mexicosfood.com
Dona Totas Tortas has a range of different tortas, including vegan and vegetarian-friendly options.
Photo via Instagram chefdavidturner
Fonda Latina
6714 San Pedro Ave., (210) 824-2544, facebook.com/Fondalatinarestaurant
Fuel up on Colombian cuisine Fonda Latina. They’ll have you going back for more.
Photo via Instagram dian3t
La Huasteca
3905 San Pedro Ave., (210) 731-8595, facebook.com/pg/Lahuasteca
Good tacos are never too hard to come by in SA, but Huasteca’s tacos are one of a kind. Stop in and see for yourself.
Photo via Facebook, Taqueria La Huasteca #3
Los Balitos
226 W Bitters Road, #118 (210) 494-9131,losbalitostacoshop.com
Los Balitos offers a huge menu with something for everyone, including burritos to carne asada fries.
Photo via Instagram sanantoniomunchies
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Max & Louie’s
226 W Bitters Road, (210) 483-7600, maxandlouiediner.com
Start spreading the news, Max & Louie’s New York Diner is taking over SA.
Photo via Instagram eatsintown
Scratch Kitchen
607 W. Russell Pl., (210) 630-2220, facebook.com/scratchsanantonio
Whether you’re stopping in for breakfast, lunch or dessert, Scratch is always ready for you.
Photo via Instagram letseatsa
The Cove
606 W Cypress St.,(210) 227-2683, Thecove.us
The Cove just might be the most popular family-friendly hangout in San Antonio, and we can definitely see why. With a great playground area for the kids, food, live music and an extensive beer selection, there's no way you could have a bad night if you're at this place.
Photo via Instagram Carlyclegg
The Rose Bush
2301 San Pedro Ave., (210) 621-8908 facebook.com/TheRoseBushSA/
When the family can't agree on a restaurant for dinner, try The Rose Bush where you can choose from several food trucks, flavors and more.
Photo via Instagram therosebushsa
Wing Daddy’s
903 E Bitters Road, #318 (210) 496-9400, wingdaddys.com
Sit and snack on some wings with your buds at Wing Daddy’s on San Pedro.
Photo via Instagram teddy_cyb
El Bucanero
13802 Embassy Road, (210) 333-0909, bucanerosanantonio.com/
El Bucanero servs us up some of the best seafood in town. Hands down. Photo via Instagram Driouxsie_drioux

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