San Antonio Mom Blogs - Life and Parenting in the Alamo City

San Antonio Foodie News


San Antonio Foodie News: including Oaks Crossing, HEB's new restaurant in Stone Oak

There’s so much fantastic foodie news to keep up with in San Antonio right now, I had to start a list. Maybe you can use it too.

Chef David Gilbert of Tuk Tuk Taproom is no foodie slouch. When he says, “Eat here,” you don’t ask questions. You just do it. Check out his Eat Like a Chef: A Guide to San Antonio on Infinite Legroom.

And, don’t miss Tuk Tuk Taproom’s July Full Moon Event this Saturday.

Chef Jason Dady cooked for President Obama. So, yeah, that’s pretty freaking awesome.

Charc Week is coming up (July 22 – 26) and, from the looks of it, it’ll be more thrilling than watching a Great White’s breach to nab a fur seal. If you’re a foodie, that is. But not if you’re a fur seal.

Ocho’s hosting a birthday party for Ernest Hemingway and it’s a benefit for the San Antonio Public Library Foundation.

You already know I’m a fan of So Bro Pizza Co. on Broadway. But now Tori and Sara tell you why they love it too.

Central Market’s Wine Week is in full swing.

And, HEB opened a restaurant. Yes, you read that correctly. I’ll have a review here soon about my experience there.

For more on San Antonio’s food scene, be sure to subscribe to my Flipboard online magazine, San Antonio Foodie:

Subscribe to San Antonio Foodie Magazine on Flipboard



  1. AWESOME! I need to add the magazine to my Flipboard.

  2. Just wanted to contribute to your foodie (or should I say breadie) new finds. This is a very interesting bakery with a PanAmericano twist. All the bread is 48-Hour Long Cultured, no additives, no artificial yeast and tipping the scale of deliciousness. You can find it at 8305 Broadway every day or on Sundays at The Quarry Farmers Market.

Speak Your Mind