20 Mom-Owned San Antonio Restaurants That Should Be On Your Radar 

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Whether you're wanting to support moms on your grind or treat your own mother to dinner at a spot that has an extra "aww!" factor, these mom-owned restaurants will make a great place for your next outing with mom.
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SA Buñuelo Co.
1905 West Ave, (210) 753-3737, sabunueloco.com
Cynthia Rodriguez-Stahl makes SA Buñuelo Co a family affair with daughter Carissa helping her making dozens of the sweet treats.
Photo via Instagram / thai_food07
Sari-Sari Filipino Restaurant
5700 Wurzbach Road, (210) 647-7274, sari-sari-satx.com
Opened by Imelda and Adam Valenzuela and now managed with help of daughter Camille De Los Reyes (a mother of two herself), Sari-Sari is celebrating 20 years off Bandera and Wurzbach.
Photo via Instagram / jesselizarraras
Delice Chocolatier
946 North Loop 1604 W #145, (210) 545-2200, delicechocolatier.com
Susana Mijares, who opened Delice with husband and recent Spring Baking Champion Nacho Aguirre, is also the mother of five mini bakers.
Photo via Instagram / delicechocolatier
The Point Park & Eats
24188 Boerne Stage Road, (210) 251-3380, parkatthepoint.com
Denise Aguirre, mother of four, is also known opening The Point Park & Eats, as well as Dignowity Meats on the city’s Eastside.
Photo via Instagram / ravennakblake
2195 NW Military Hwy, (210) 503-5121, clementine-sa.com
The Russes welcomed their first daughter a few months before opening Clementine.
Photo via Instagram / bryanrindfuss
6313, 4013 Broadway St., (210) 776-3963, chocollazo.com
The owner of Chocollazo and mother of two left a corporate gig for creative chocolate-making and has never looked back.
Photo via Instagram / chocollazo
Brew’s Lee
4009 Broadway St, (210) 598-0068, brewsleetea.com
A passionate baker, illustrator and designer, Frances Lee is also the mother of one while leading one of SA’s most popular boba tea joints.
Photo via Instagram / fuwafuwafoodie
106 Auditorium Circle (inside Radius Building), (210) 802-1860, pharmtable.com
Chef Elizabeth Johnson, mother of two, is also spreading the gospel of clean Ayurvedic eating at her waist-friendly restaurant.
Photo via Instagram / marcelafreeman
1012 S Presa St, (210) 532-2551, biterestaurantsa.com
Opened by mother of one, Lisa Astorga Watel, Bite has been a staple in Southtown dining since 2012.
Photo via Instagram / safood.e
The Cookhouse
720 E Mistletoe Ave, (210) 320-8211, cookhouserestaurant.com
Mother of four, wife and co-owner of The Cookhouse, Susan Sypesteyn juggles three restaurants and then some on a daily basis.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
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The Bread Box
555 W Bitters Road #115, (210) 277-8612, thebreadboxsa.com
After years in the local food business, Tina Kent and husband Lucas decided to pursue their own venture – The Bread Box. Since its 2015 opening, the bread-only bakery turned café is all about natural ingredients and Texan flours with the Kents at the helm. Tina also has the mom gig thanks to her sons.
Photo by stella.haus.films via Instagram / the_bread_box
The Good Kind
312 Pearl Parkway, Building 6, (210) 455-2834, eatgoodkind.com
Chef and mother of one, Tim McDiarmid is making San Antonio eat its veggies and lean proteins at The Good Kind and with her catering company TimTheGirl.
Photo via Instagram / foodiesoftexas
125 E Houston St, (210) 227-4455, rangesa.com
Crystal Dady, mother of three, is the boss when it comes to the Jason Dady Restaurant Group and has helped build the brand since day one.
Photo via Instagram / thehilmyoffice
11255 Huebner Road (inside the Strand at Huebner Oaks), (210) 641-5222, facebook.com
Jenn White’s daughter “Peanut,” is part of the team that keeps Brindles Awesome Ice Creams running smoothly. Jenn also runs Eastside Kitchenette with her husband Jeff.
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent
Friendly Spot
943 S Alamo St, (210) 224-2337, thefriendlyspot.com
The mother of two Jody Newman also heads up operations at The Friendly Spot and its upcoming location on the city’s Southside.
Photo via Instagram / jgoralski
Dignowity Kolaches
2843, 1629 E Houston St, (210) 320-1055, dignowitykolaches.com
At Dignowity Kolaches, sisters Lupita Rivero and Silvia Alcaraz (and mothers to five, collectively), keep the Eastside happy with fresh, homemade kolaches.
Photo via Instagram / moodyfoodiesa
Los Barrios
4223 Blanco Road, (210) 732-6017, losbarriosrestaurant.com
At the helm of Los Barrios along with her siblings, Diana Barrios Trevino is also a mother of three, seven if you count all four restaurants.
Photo via Instagram / hou_bou
La Taza Coffee
15060 San Pedro Ave, (210) 757-3728, facebook.com
Corrina Perez, mother of three boys, turned La Taza, which opened in 2007, into an office where she could go grade papers and plan for her week, and an art gallery where her oldest could sell his photography work. She took ownership of the shop last year.
Photo via Facebook / La Taza Java Coffee House
Pinks Popcorn
Multiple locations, pinkspopcorn.com
It’s a family affair at Pinks where mother Lisa Morales and daughters Meagan and Marina make creative batches of popcorn daily.
Photo via Instagram / pinkspopcorn
Bird Bakery
5912 Broadway St, (210) 804-2473, birdbakery.com
The jetsetting journalist and owner of Bird Bakery, Elizabeth Chambers, shares stories of her accompanying littles Harper and Ford daily.
Photo via Instagram / elizabethchambers
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SA Buñuelo Co.
1905 West Ave, (210) 753-3737, sabunueloco.com
Cynthia Rodriguez-Stahl makes SA Buñuelo Co a family affair with daughter Carissa helping her making dozens of the sweet treats.
Photo via Instagram / thai_food07

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