SA Food Pics: A look at what SA ate this week

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This week SA locals were spotted all over town at Sam's Burger Joint (330 E Grayson), El Mirador (722 S St. Mary'), Stella Public House (1414 S Alamo), Rosario's Mexican Cafe Y Cantina (910 S Alamo) and several other area favorites. Here's a small collection of food shots–from the drool-worthy to the slightly blurry.

Snap your mouthwatering meal with the hashtag #SAfoodpics to be featured on the blog.

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@gregakaspoon said "Avacado burger. So gonna pay for this burger at the gym." (Instagram)

 

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@glenzzo said "Excellent place to dine." (Instagram)

 

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@pitterpatter simply said "Stella." (Instagram)

 

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@audry686 said "This is how I celebrate Memorial Day." (Instagram)

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While dining at Lulu's Bakery and Cafe (918 N Main) @tbirdreese said "Best meal ever!" (Instagram)

 

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@morganeliasmurray said "Two Bros! Smoked baby back ribs, smoked brisket, smoked turkey, smoked beans, smokin slaw, and Murrade (Dayle Murray secret recipe of half grape Kool-Aid and half lemonade). Delish!" (Instagram)

 

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At Iron Cactus Mexican Grill & Margarita Bar (200 River Walk) @juztjessi said "When I can't decide... I get it all!!!" (Instagram)

 

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While eating at Mi Tierra (218 Produce Row) @mrsjessgonzalez said "Botanas platter."

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@tikinick said "Urban Taco, great food and drinks would highly recommend it!" (Instagram)

 

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@kodymelton said "Sometimes you just have to eat lunch alone, and appreciate life." (Instagram)

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