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City Guide asks the experts: What to watch on the San Antonio food scene in 2011


kate-frost feild

Owner of Kate’s Frosting

I’m excited about the mobile truck trend coming to San Antonio. There are a lot more vendors now with trucks, and it’s not just taco trucks anymore. It’s cool that they’re bringing good food right to the people.


alain dubernard

Associate dean at Culinary Institute of America in San Antonio

Macaroons are coming in strong right now. I’ve been cooking them for 30 years now, but … they’ve only really been popular in the United States for a few years, and they’ve made their way to San Antonio.


jason davis

Head brewer at Freetail Brewing Company

High-end restaurants like Lüke, Brasserie Pavil, and Bohanan’s are ratcheting up their beer menu to include local Texas and U.S. craft beers as well as interesting imports. They are beginning to explore beer’s exceptional ability to pair with all kinds of cuisine and Chef-led beer dinners are popping up all over town.

Read more from our 2011 City Guide here.

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