6 Signs the San Antonio Food and Nightlife Scene is Blowing Up
Here are a few signs the Alamo City is slowly, but surely, moving on up in the culinary world.
The area with the most national attention is hotly contended between the Pearl and Southtown. The Pearl’s gotten many a shout out in the NY Times and Esquire for The Granary, Boiler House, NAO and Arcade Midtown Kitchen. Bakery Lorraine made Travel & Leisure’s list of America’s Best Bakeries; Chuck Hughes visited El Milagrito, Biga on the Banks, The Monterey and Restaurant Gwendolyn as he ate his way through SA on “Chuck’s Eat the Street” this summer. The Cooking Channel also (finally) aired segments on DUK Truck and Tapa Tapa Truck. SA is getting nationwide recognition and it’s not for its puffy tacos. Did we mention Rickshaw Stop is the No. 7 food truck in the country according to the Daily Meal?