SA Food Pics: Get Some Weekend Food Inspiration


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SA Food Pics is back this week and here to give you some ideas for where to head this weekend. This list is incredible and will have your mouth watering. Aldino's (1203 N. Loop 1604 W. #101) is serving up some colorful and fresh bruschetta that is packed with tomato, basil, parmesan and drizzled with balsamic vinegar. If you're not in the Italian mood, Nama Ramen (6565 Babcock Rd.) has you covered on the huge Pho bowls and Sushi Ships. To end the weekend, Mash'd (17623 La Cantera Pkwy #107) had their soft opening this week, head on over to try some of their perfectly fried chicken wings. 

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!

Kung Food Noodle 
6733 Bandera Rd. 

Noodles and pork.. Spicy 😃. Definitely filling and delicious on this cool night

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Tiu Steppi's 
9910 TX-1604 Loop #123

🍆 Parm. #alllthesauce #SAfoodpics #whocaresitsthursday

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306 Pearl Pkwy #101 

Aldino at the Vineyard
1203 N. Loop 1604 W. #101

17623 La Cantera Pkwy #107 

618 McCullough Ave. 

5910 Babcock Rd. #104 

Nama Ramen 
6565 Babcock Rd. 

charcuterie Sunday

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Francis Bogside 
803 S. St.Mary's St. 

Flair Restaurant 
6462 N. New Braunfels Ave. 

Market on Houston 
205 E. Houston St.

Biryani Pot
9386 Huebner Rd #109 

Starting it off right at Biryani Pot. Samosas and Chilli Paneer. #food #indianfood #safoodpics #safoodie

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