SA Food Pics: 11 pics of SA's culinary diversity

San Antonio's food scene is booming and there's definitely no shortage of diversity when it comes to what you can eat. This week we're showing the wide range of culinary options from Fujiya Japanese Garden (9030 Wurzbach) to Tucker's Kozy Korner (1338 E Houston) through your #safoodpics.

As always, be sure to share what you're eating and drinking with me on Instragram using the hashtag #safoodpics. Don't forget to tag me with @MrCJHarper on Instagram and Twitter so we can chat food and booze.


@_sheknows· The Granary 'Cue & Brew
Pictured: Brisket ramen Smoked shoyu broth, brown ale noodles, onsen egg, 'cue shallots. #safoodpics


@biteboxsa· Fratello's Deli & Market
Craving one of my absolute favorite lunches in SATX today... Half Pollo Griglia sandwich, salad, & kettle chips


@hopey2486· Twin Sisters Bakery & Cafe
Breakfast of champions


@bagrly· Los Cabriteros San Antonio
Cabrito Tacos - ¡OLÉ! #Cabrito #babygoat #safoodpics


@sagoodeats· Urban Taco San Antonio
The best day to go to Urban Taco is on a Thursday! Why...? BECAUSE IT'S THIRSTY THURSDAY Y'ALL. All mixed drinks are half off. This hibiscus margarita really hit the spot. $4.50. #safoodpics


Lunchtime #pizzalovers #sobropizzaco #pizza #safoodpics #nomnom #yum #foodie #foodporn #sanantonio #satx


Great night for dinner on the patio at freetail brewery. Brisket pizza, mac & cheese, and local brews with my man. Yay Friday! #safoodpics


Rosé Saturday in SATX. Thank goodness for good weather! I almost lost my mind. #SAfoodpics


@romejarhead· Tucker's Kozy Korner
Chicken fried grits #safoodpics


@jacobburris· The Boiler House SA
Brunching so hard right now. #safoodpics #boilerhouse


@helloimkiah· Fujiya Japanese Garden Restaurant & Sushi Bar
Turning #Japanese tonight. #safoodpics

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