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Tu Asador, San Antonio’s newest asada-focused eatery, opens in Castle Hills


Tu Asador's brick and mortar space is now open. - INSTAGRAM / TUASADOR.SATX
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  • Tu Asador's brick and mortar space is now open.
What was once a ghost kitchen concept is now a brick and mortar reality, as Tu Asador began welcoming guests into its new Castle Hills location, MySA reports.

The Monterrey, Mexico-inspired eatery is now serving up lightly fried, queso fresco-filled enchiladas regias, beef flautas and family-style portions of asada, ribeye and sirloin in a soft opening capacity. Grand opening plans are tentatively slated for July.

Tu Asador's enchiladas regias. - INSTAGRAM / TUASADOR.SATX
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  • Tu Asador's enchiladas regias.
The family-owned eatery is awaiting its liquor license, but will accommodate guests who wish to BYOB until the grand opening. On weekends, each guest 21 or older will get a free paloma, MySA reports.

The restaurant is open Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Thursday 11 a.m.-10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 11 a.m.-11 p.m. It's closed on Mondays.

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