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Pamper your taste buds by digging into delectable modern Mexican fare at Acenar. The popular Mexican restaurant offers patrons fine dining in an expansive space. Tortilla Soup, Stewed Pork Tips and Buttermilk Fried Oysters are just some of the delicacies on offer. Enjoy the exquisitely prepared food in the main dining area, lay back with Latin American drinks in the bar or simply relax in the lounge. However, the highlight of the restaurant is the lovely outdoor patio and the stunning river views that it offers. If you decide to try out this place, know that the best to visit is during happy hours when you can enjoy Platitos and cocktails for USD 5 every evening.
Located in Market Square, this San Antonio oldie-but-goodie has been a favorite of both locals and tourists since 1946. The Mexican specialties such as Chile Rellenos, Huevos Rancheros and the huge combination platters are excellent, and the atmosphere truly takes you south of the border. Nowhere else will you be serenaded by mariachis while enjoying chorizo and eggs or an eight-ounce rib eye. But be sure to have a tip ready for the entertainers; they want to enjoy a meal later as well. Finally, do not miss the panaderia (bakery) for fresh breakfast pastries, Mexican breads and sweet rolls.
Operating since 1992, Rosario's pampers your palate with enticing Mexican and Tex-Mex flavors. This restaurant is known for serving traditional Mexican recipes in a casual ambiance. Try the Lisa's Special or devour the scrumptious Enchiladas Mexican or opt for a Puffy Taco Plate from their menu which have been loved by their regulars. For people with food allergy and diet concerns, Rosario's offers an array of vegetarian and gluten-free selection. The delicious food menu is accompanied with an impressive list cocktails to choose from. Besides, the restaurant regularly hosts live music performances to keep you entertained. The chic restaurant has gained several awards and accolades for their excellent service and delectable menu, making it a must-dine-at spot when in San Antonio.
This near-North side restaurant offers casual dining with an authentic Mexican taste. Close to San Antonio College, La Fonda is located at the junction of Main Street and Craig Place in a modest building with indoor and outdoor seating. The outdoor patio is particularly festive, lit with a strings of colorful lights. The entrees often include tacos and grilled chicken or steaks with authentic sauces. A full bar is available.
El Bucanero brings the cuisine of Northwest Mexico to San Antonio. Enjoy fresh shrimp ceviche, fried tilapia, fish tacos, and more. The atmosphere is casual, featuring a mural of sea creatures swimming through the ocean and an open layout with big white arches dividing the dining room. You'll also find more familiar Mexican dishes on the menu, like enchiladas, and some American fare, like hamburgers.