Migas Tacos at Veracruz All Natural

Another morning in Austin and a full day ahead of me to enjoy this great city. First things first, it was time for breakfast. I wanted breakfast tacos, more specifically, I wanted migas breakfast tacos. There are a bunch of places to get these iconic tacos, but many are convinced that Veracruz All Natural makes…

Lucha Libre Taco Shop

Before La Jolla, we stopped by the Lucha Libre Taco Shop in Mission Hills for lunch. There are a ton of places to get fish tacos and the famous California burrito, so I figured why not get both in one shot. Our nice Uber driver talked about how he brought a number of people here,…

Fiesta de Reyes

After some relaxation and drinks at Coronado Beach, it was time for more drinks! We had to see Old Town. This historic neighborhood is known for its Mexican restaurants and shops. Sure it’s touristy, but it’s a great place to enjoy a few margaritas! Off to Fiesta de Reyes! Fiesta de Reyes/Casa de Reyes 2754…

Airport Eats: Tortas Frontera

Let’s face it, airport food sucks! Offerings can be limited and the food is expensive, bland, and disappointing. Well, the food at Tortas Frontera by Rick Bayless at O’Hare Airport has changed my mind. This Mexican spot serves hand-crafted tortas (griddle-baked Mexican sandwiches), molletes (open-faced sandwiches), soups, salads, fresh-made guacamole, and hand-shaken margaritas. There’s hope…

A Rotating Tasting Menu at Mixtli

I’m always looking for unique dining experiences wherever I travel. I’m a big fan of molecular gastronomy. All that prep and cooking that focuses on the physical and chemical transformations of ingredients is mind boggling. Mixtli 5251 McCullough Ave San Antonio, TX 78212 (210) 338-0746 Website

La Gloria’s Mexican Street Food

So after being friends with a fellow Devils fan on Facebook for a few years, it was finally time to meet up in San Antonio! He was so kind to swing by the hotel and bring us to the Pearl Brewery District. Not too far from downtown, you’ll find some great bars and restaurants there….

El Mercado

At the end of our Missions Tour, we made a brief stop at El Mercado, also known as Market Square. It is an outdoor plaza spanning three blocks lined with specialty shops, restaurants, and produce stands. It is the largest Mexican market in the U.S. One of the places to check out is Mi Tierra…