SA Food Pics: Pop-Ups, New Menus and a Peek at Rebelle


The Krusty Burger with potato chips and all. - RYUWULF/ INSTAGRAM
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  • The Krusty Burger with potato chips and all.

A variety of food pics were snapped this weekend and SA Food Pics has you covered on all of the best ones. Starting off with the Krusty Burger from Faust Tavern (517 E. Woodlawn Ave.) which is a hamburger patty covered in cheddar cheese sauce, lettuce, onion and ketchup topped with some crunchy potato chips. If you're not really feeling the burger vibes, King's Hwy Brew & Q (1012 N. Flores St.) is serving an assortment of tacos, including brisket, pulled pork, pork belly, and shredded chicken. Always ending on a sweet note, Rebelle (300 E. Travis St.) crafted a rich creme brûlée during their soft opening weekend.  

That's a wrap for this week's edition of SA Food Pics. Don't forget to tag us in your unforgettable food finds with #SAFoodPics and maybe you'll get featured in the next round! 

India Taj Palace Indian Restaurant 

20323 Huebner Road 

Original San Antonio Hot Dog House 
1218 W. Bitters Road 

22211 W. IH-10 #1111

Zinc Bistro & Bar 
207 N. Presa St.

Grilled Ham, Cheese & Tomato at Zinc. Asparagus inside...nice touch #SAFoodPics

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Kings Hwy Brew & Q
10212 N. Flores St.

226 E. Olmos Drive 

300 E. Travis St.

Perfect finish to an excellent meal. #cremebrulee #SAFoodPics

A photo posted by Y Perez (@je_suis_yli) on

The Fairview 
3428 N. St. Mary's St.

Faust Tavern 
517 E. Woodlawn Ave.

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