February 16, 2018

19 Essential Mexican Soups in San Antonio to Warm Your Ass Up

Whether you're recovering from the flu this season, trying to warm up or just craving some tasty Mexican-inspired soups, be sure to hit up one of these spots.
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Pete’s Tako House
502 Brooklyn Ave., (210) 944-4730, petestakohouse.com
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Pete’s Tako House is located on Brooklyn Avenue, about five minutes from the Pearl. Though they serve a lot of great food, their fideo loco is worth trying on your first visit. We promise you’ll be back for more.
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Pete’s Tako House
502 Brooklyn Ave., (210) 944-4730, petestakohouse.com
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Pete’s Tako House is located on Brooklyn Avenue, about five minutes from the Pearl. Though they serve a lot of great food, their fideo loco is worth trying on your first visit. We promise you’ll be back for more.
Photo via Instagram / jesselizarraras
Tommy’s Restaurant
Multiple locations, mytommys.com
If you’re looking for a quick and easy dining experience, any of the three San Antonio locations will satisfy you. With breakfast served all day and fideo & menudo that long-time fans rave about, you’re missing out if you haven’t tried Tommy’s.
Photo via Instagram / 363elsa
Tommy’s Restaurant
Multiple locations, mytommys.com
If you’re looking for a quick and easy dining experience, any of the three San Antonio locations will satisfy you. With breakfast served all day and fideo & menudo that long-time fans rave about, you’re missing out if you haven’t tried Tommy’s.
Photo via Instagram / 363elsa
Ajuua! Mexican Grill
11703 Huebner Road, (210) 877-0600, ajuua.net
If you’re looking for fresh Tex-Mex in the Medical Center area, Ajuua! Mexican Grill will not leave you wanting more - in fact, you’ll probably take some to go. While many of their dishes are worth a try (for instance, anything topped with poblano sauce), the pozole will warrant repeat visits. That, and the giant $5 margaritas.
Photo via Facebook / AJUUA Mexican Grill
Ajuua! Mexican Grill
11703 Huebner Road, (210) 877-0600, ajuua.net
If you’re looking for fresh Tex-Mex in the Medical Center area, Ajuua! Mexican Grill will not leave you wanting more - in fact, you’ll probably take some to go. While many of their dishes are worth a try (for instance, anything topped with poblano sauce), the pozole will warrant repeat visits. That, and the giant $5 margaritas.
Photo via Facebook / AJUUA Mexican Grill
Panchitos Restaurant
4100 McCullough Ave., (210) 821-5338, panchitos.net
While Panchito’s Restaurant is good food any day of the week, Thursdays are an especially good time to go. (Hint: $2 house margaritas.)
Photo via Instagram / andresjarod
Panchitos Restaurant
4100 McCullough Ave., (210) 821-5338, panchitos.net
While Panchito’s Restaurant is good food any day of the week, Thursdays are an especially good time to go. (Hint: $2 house margaritas.)
Photo via Instagram / andresjarod
Rosarios Mexican
Multiple locations, rosariossa.com
While only the Southtown location is open seven days a week (the San Pedro location is closed on Sundays), both locations always have excellent fideo. Come for the fideo, then try the twenty flavors of margaritas (not all at once).
Photo via Instagram / hungryghosttraveler
Rosarios Mexican
Multiple locations, rosariossa.com
While only the Southtown location is open seven days a week (the San Pedro location is closed on Sundays), both locations always have excellent fideo. Come for the fideo, then try the twenty flavors of margaritas (not all at once).
Photo via Instagram / hungryghosttraveler
Taqueria Chapala Jalisco Mexican Restaurant
1902  McCullough Ave., (210) 735-5352
Open from 6am to 11pm, Taqueria Chapala Jalisco can satisfy your Mexican food cravings (almost) any time. Even though the pozole is only served on the weekends, it’s worth waiting for. If you find yourself there during the week, try their spectacular caldos.
Photo via Instagram / en_food
Taqueria Chapala Jalisco Mexican Restaurant
1902 McCullough Ave., (210) 735-5352
Open from 6am to 11pm, Taqueria Chapala Jalisco can satisfy your Mexican food cravings (almost) any time. Even though the pozole is only served on the weekends, it’s worth waiting for. If you find yourself there during the week, try their spectacular caldos.
Photo via Instagram / en_food
Chisme
2403 N. St. Mary’s St., (210) 530-4236, eatchisme.com
If you’re looking for a unique twist on traditional Mexican cuisine, be sure to check out Chisme. While their fresh takes on the classics are great, their homestyle pozole will keep you warm while you gossip.
Photo via Facebook / Chisme
Chisme
2403 N. St. Mary’s St., (210) 530-4236, eatchisme.com
If you’re looking for a unique twist on traditional Mexican cuisine, be sure to check out Chisme. While their fresh takes on the classics are great, their homestyle pozole will keep you warm while you gossip.
Photo via Facebook / Chisme
Beto’s ALT-MEX
8142 Broadway, (210) 930-9393, betosaltmex.com
Located close to the airport, Beto’s Alt-Mex has fresh and delicious options for different types of dietary needs. While you’re there, try their pozole or fideo.
Photo via Instagram / betosaltmex
Beto’s ALT-MEX
8142 Broadway, (210) 930-9393, betosaltmex.com
Located close to the airport, Beto’s Alt-Mex has fresh and delicious options for different types of dietary needs. While you’re there, try their pozole or fideo.
Photo via Instagram / betosaltmex
Mi Tierra Cafe y Panaderia
218 Produce Row, (210) 225-1262, mitierracafe.com
Opened in 1941, Mi Tierra has been the stomping ground of San Antonians and tourists alike for seven decades. Not only do they have killer food, especially the menudo, but the atmosphere, decorations, and art are reflective of the rich culture of San Antonio.
Photo via Instagram / mitierracafeandbakery
Mi Tierra Cafe y Panaderia
218 Produce Row, (210) 225-1262, mitierracafe.com
Opened in 1941, Mi Tierra has been the stomping ground of San Antonians and tourists alike for seven decades. Not only do they have killer food, especially the menudo, but the atmosphere, decorations, and art are reflective of the rich culture of San Antonio.
Photo via Instagram / mitierracafeandbakery
El Milagrito Cafe
521 E Woodlawn Ave., (210) 737-8646, elmilagritocafe.com
If you’re up at the crack of dawn and craving something warm, El Milagrito Cafe is definitely worth trying. With menudo served all day every day and fideo served every day at lunch, there’s something for everyone to try.
Photo via Instagram / elmilagritocafe
El Milagrito Cafe
521 E Woodlawn Ave., (210) 737-8646, elmilagritocafe.com
If you’re up at the crack of dawn and craving something warm, El Milagrito Cafe is definitely worth trying. With menudo served all day every day and fideo served every day at lunch, there’s something for everyone to try.
Photo via Instagram / elmilagritocafe