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Authentic Mexican and/or good hole in the wall restaurants in San Antonio?

Thanks everyone!! I'm going to have a hard time narrowing down this huge list!! We're only there for 2 days though and we can only eat so many meals ;)

Thanks again for all your input!

Jan 13, 2010
emilylester in Texas

Authentic Mexican and/or good hole in the wall restaurants in San Antonio?

Wow, you guys are all AWESOME. We'll be staying downtown near the Alamo and taking public transportation or taxis to get around. I'm hoping we'll be able to hit up at least a few of these places. Thanks so much!!!

Jan 12, 2010
emilylester in Texas

Authentic Mexican and/or good hole in the wall restaurants in San Antonio?

Haha, that IS an option, but seeing as we'll only be there for barely 2 days, I don't know how we'd squeeze that in. Maybe next trip. ;)

Jan 12, 2010
emilylester in Texas

Authentic Mexican and/or good hole in the wall restaurants in San Antonio?

Thanks!! We'll check it out! :)

Jan 12, 2010
emilylester in Texas

Authentic Mexican and/or good hole in the wall restaurants in San Antonio?

Well, we're going to be there Saturday afternoon through Monday afternoon. So we need a couple of places to eat breakfast at, a couple lunch places, a couple dinner places. Honestly, I'm open for any and all suggestions. I know in my hometown, there are a few locally owned restaurants that we always send people to whenever someone visits for the first time - that's kind of what I'm looking for. Anything that is a "must-try" for San Antonio first-timers. :)

Jan 12, 2010
emilylester in Texas

Authentic Mexican and/or good hole in the wall restaurants in San Antonio?

A friend and I are visiting San Antonio this coming weekend for the first time. We're really excited! I've been doing some research and it seems as though "Mi Tierra" is a must to try. Anything else? I'd love to try REAL Mexican food, as opposed to the stuff they serve in most so-called 'Mexican' restaurants (Of course, that food is good too..I've just heard there's a major difference between what Americans know as Mexican food, and what authentic Mexican really is)...but really, any awesome hole-in-the-wall restaurants would be cool. I'm looking for less tourist-like, more local-type restaurants. I appreciate any suggestions! :)

Jan 11, 2010
emilylester in Texas