What I Ate: Getting my fill of ramen

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I'm kind of a soup fiend. I can eat it anytime even in the dead of summer when the sidewalks have squiggly heat lines and every paleta cart looks like a mirage. I visited Kimura and Niki's Tokyo Inn for two wildly different bowls of ramen, both quite good in their own regard. Otherwise, I kept things pretty chill this week with an Sunday stop at DQ for a Dilly Bar. Follow me on Instagram for more food shots: @JessElizarraras.
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Visiting The Fruteria and chef Zach Garza. #whatiate
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#latergram of last night's @restaurantkimura dinner with @vane.elizarraras #sanantonio #ramen #whatiate
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A French 75 for @waspyredhead's going away/bday happy hour. #whatidrank
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Alright, who has these plates? #fessup
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Tostada Wednesday? #whatiate
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Ramen at Niki's. #noodles @vane.elizarraras's first time here. She thought it was a front. #whatiate
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Sneak peek of next week's cover. B is for Brunch. @sacurrent
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Today's lunch.
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Breakfast brought to you by @evanweb
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Dilly bar time. #whatiate
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Wangs. #whatiate

 

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