No Points Summary trip report is complete without a food summary. I admit that I love to eat and will do anything to try new local food. On this short trip, I wasn’t able to eat much due to only being in San Antonio for one night.
Introduction to San Antonio Texas
American Express Centurion Lounge Review at DFW Airport Part 1
American Express Centurion Lounge Review at DFW Airport Part 2
The Westin Riverwalk San Antonio Hotel Review
The Sights and Sounds of Downtown San Antonio Texas
The Sights and Sounds of the La Villita Historic Arts District in San Antonio
The Sights and Sounds of the San Antonio River Walk
The Various Eats in San Antonio Texas
My friend picked me up from the airport and we went to her favorite place for breakfast. It’s an authentic Tex Mex hole in the wall restaurant called El Milagrito Café.
I was floored when I opened the menu since everything was so cheap.
I had just devoured a meal from the DFW Centurion Lounge earlier in the day and wasn’t that hungry, so I ordered two breakfast tacos. They were delicious and go great with the house salsa.
After getting settled at the Westin Riverwalk hotel, we decided to have drinks in Market Square which is located in downtown San Antonio. We went to the Mariachi Bar inside Mi Tierra Café and Bakery which is open 24 hours.
We started off with shots of vodka and my friend had a margarita to chase it down.
Afterwards, we headed to La Margarita for happy hour and had some more margaritas.
There are various street vendors in downtown selling snow cones on a hot day.
During happy hour, we had more drinks at the Doubletree San Antonio hotel.
There is a farmer’s market in Main Square which is every Tuesday from 10am – 1pm. For lunch, I had a gourmet tamale from one of the vendors.
I washed it down with some Texas Tea I bought from a nearby grocery store.
I had a huge Texas shaped waffle topped with strawberries for breakfast at the Westin Riverwalk hotel.