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SA Food Pics: Father's Day brunches, brews and burgers

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This week leading up to Father's Day and Game 5 for the Spurs, SA locals and friendly tourists kept themselves satiated at a variety of restaurants and cafes.

Some places that people crossed off their list include Revolucion Coffee + Juice (7959 Broadway), Olmos Bharmacy (3902 McCullough),  C'est La Vie Baking Company (8055 West), Big'z Burger Joint (Multiple Locations), Knife & Fork Gastropub (20626 Stone Oak Pkwy), Rosario's Mexican Cafe Y Cantina (Multiple Locations), Casa Rio (430 E Commerce), The Luxury (103 E Jones), Rosella Coffee Co. (203 E Jones) and Big Lou's Pizza (2048 S WW White).

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@cristinagiselle said "Just a lil almond milk latte pick me up." (via)

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@venegasstudios proclaimed that she was about to chow down on a "3 cheese grilled cheese, and mixed veggies." (via)

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@wanderlustpie said "Check out my mug." (via)

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Before digging in, @bagrly said "Bacon Bleu Cheese burger - TASTY!" (via)

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@donomoko said "Uh...yeah, life is grand, no complaints, Sunday Funday!!" (via)

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While at Rosario's, @teelawalk had a "Prickly Pear Margarita." (via)

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@mlochner simply said "YES." (via)

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While at The Luxury @stevensjessy said "Sharing my beer with this guy." (via)

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@vodomeier said "Decaf pour-over. Getting back to checking out all the new establishments opening up near the Pearl." (via)

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At Big Lou's Pizza @simplymaritssa said "Friendship and pizza!!" (via)

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