Where to Celebrate Diez y Seis de Septiembre in San Antonio

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We might have missed El Grito de la Independencia, but you can still celebrate Mexican Independence Day today by eating at your favorite Mex (and even Tex-Mex) restaurant. Here's a list of choices of some of the city's best:

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La Fonda on Main, 2415 N Main Ave, (210) 733-0621

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La Fogata, 2427 Vance Jackson,
(210) 340-1337

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The Fruteria, 1401 S Flores #102, (210) 251-3104

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Guajillo's, 1001 NW Loop 410, (210) 344-4119

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La Gloria, 100 E Grayson,
(210) 267-9040

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Acenar, 146 E Houston,
(210) 222-2362

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El Siete Mares, 3831 W Commerce,
(210) 436-6056

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Mexican Manhattan, 110 Soledad, (210) 223-3913

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Nao New World Flavors, 312 Pearl Pkwy,
(210) 554-6484

NAO's Menu El Grito will be available through Monday.

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Chacho's, various locations.

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El Jarro de Arturo, 13421 San Pedro, (210) 494-5084

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Rosario's, 910 S Alamo, (210) 223-1806

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Paloma Blanca, 5800 Broadway, (210) 822-6151

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El Milagrito Cafe, 521 E Woodlawn, (210) 737-8646

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Mi Tierra Restaurant & Bakery, 218 Produce Row, (210) 225-1262

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Los Barrios, 4223 Blanco, (210) 732-6017

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Jacala Mexican Restaurant, 606 West Ave,(210) 732-5222

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Tellez Tamales & Barbacoa, 1737 S General McMullen,
(210) 433-1367

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