SA Food Pics: Goodies, grease and grub around town

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Foodies tested their limits this week at eateries all over SA including Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market (Sunday mornings at 255 E Basse), Chris Madrid's (1900 Blanco), Sushihana Japanese Restaurant (1810 NW Military Hwy), The Frutería (1401 S Flores), Bakery Lorraine (511 E Grayson), Knife & Fork Gastropub (20626 Stone Oak Pkwy), Beat Street Coffee Co. and Bistro (2512 N Main), Lulu's Bakery & Cafe (918 N Main), Kimura (152 E Pecan) and Lüke (125 E Houston).

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Until then keep exploring new food options and remember to eat local!

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@migseg2 said "Chinese chili dog for brunch." (via)

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@misscieradenise said "Some things are just meant to be shared." (via)

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@san_toaster snapped this pic at Sushihana Japanese Restaurant. (via)

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@catmasonn said "Chicken tinga tostada & manzana salad. SO GOOD!" (via)

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@ohohsheeiila said "Breakfast in #SanAntonio with my papa." (via)

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@no1phyllis said "And the award for prettiest plating of chicken & waffles goes to.... Knife & Fork Gastropub!" (via)

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@tabbypea said "Dirty chai in my cup." (via)

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@lou3dg simply said "Grilled Cheese Sandwich" at Lulu's. (via)

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@yamsterrrrr said "Shoyu Ramen." (via)

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