Botika The Pearl, 303 Pearl Pkwy #111, (210) 670-7684
The Nikkei restaurant brings Japanese and Peruvian flavors to the Pearl and should be on every San Antonian's bucket list.
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El Bucanero 16505 Blanco Rd, (210) 408-9297
El Bucanero is a classic San Antonio spot that never disappoints.
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1900 Blanco Rd, (210) 735-3552
The cheddar cheesy is a San Antonio staple that everyone should experience.
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Lucky Noodle ?
8525 Blanco Road, (210) 267-9717
It may be a new eatery, but it's already climbing to the top of our list of favorites.
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Two Bros. BBQ Market 12656 West Ave., (210) 496-0222
Chef Jason Dady can do a lot especially make a mean brisket.
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Mi Tierra 218 Produce Row, (210) 225-1262
Whenever there is cause for celebration, you can bet Mi Tierra's is the place of choice.
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Mama Margie's Multiple locations, mamamargies.com
After a long night of drinking, Mama Margie's is the place to turn to.
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Il Sogno 200 E Grayson St #100, (210) 223-3900
Il Sogno is everything you could want out of an Italian restaurant and more.
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3505 Wurzbach Rd #102, (210) 509-9999
Take a few pals, order one of everything and load up on Sichuan cuisine. Splitting the bill will be easy, the leftovers not so much ...
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Henrys Puffy Tacos
Multiple locations, henryspuffytacos.com
Because living in San Antonio without experiencing puffy taco's from Henry's is basically a sin.
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