What I Ate: Oprah's chai and Dos Equis at Big Bob's Burgers

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A year go my sister and I watched the Spurs lose Game 7 against the Heat inside Big Bob's Burgers. Bob doesn't know it, but I had horrible memories of the joint since. Not anymore. We stopped by last night to watch the Spurs take their fifth NBA Championship. The Dos XX was extra cold and the win was extra sweet.

Otherwise, my food week included cupcakes and cocktails at the San Antonio Museum of Art, a papaya tasting at the office and a taste of Oprah Chai. Follow me on Instagram for more food porn: @JessElizarraras.

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@ohkimchiaustin and rice for dinner. Simple, bright. #whatiate

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Work lunch at @rosellacoffee. Always tasty.

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A papaya tasting at the office. #whatiate

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Finally got my Oprah Chai! It was OK, but I blame the barista.

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Contraband @birdbakerysa cupcakes at #sama #artparty

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Madame Conservateur via @esquiretavernsa at #sama's #artparty #whatidrank

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Late night sammich run with @vane.elizarraras via @tailgatebistro #carnitas

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Menudo from Mary Lou's off McCullough. Taste just like my abuela's. #whatiate #nostalgiaforbreakfast

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Cheering for #LosSpurs at #BigBobsBurgers! #driveforfive #gospursgo

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