The 8th Annual Taco Truck Throwdown is Sunday May 27th at the VFW Post 76 on the beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk, 12 noon to 8 p.m. Over 25 of San Antonio's favorite food trucks, FREE admission and live music from Finding Friday and Los #3 Dinners. Get there early for $1 tacos al pastor 12 noon to 4 p.m. Local media personalities will judge to determine the Grand Champion and Freestyle Winner and everyone has the opportunity to text their vote for the People’s Choice Winner.
Written by Garrett Heath on Sep 19 2016 - 10:58am
Maria’s Café on South Nogalitos is the quintessential San Antonio Tex-Mex dive. In business for almost 30 years, the café is a popular destination for politicos, celebrities, restaurateurs and artists alike. Andy Benavides, entrepreneur and visual artist, told me about Maria’s years ago while discussing our Mexican food favorites.
Written by kimberlyarellano on Apr 18 2016 - 11:46pm
The search for the best taco truck in San Antonio is on! This free all-ages event will feature live music Finding Friday and Los #3 Dinners as over 20 food trucks showcase their twisted culinary masterpieces. Enjoy a sampling period from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. when tacos al pastor will be available from all trucks for only $1. Each truck will feature a signature item too, so there will be something for any taste! Adults can enjoy $2 Twisted Tea all day. A portion of the proceeds benefit the VFW Post 76 Veteran Relief Fund.
Written by kimberlyarellano on Apr 13 2015 - 10:14pm
The search for the best taco truck in San Antonio is on! Saturday May 9th, 4pm-12midnight at the VFW Post 76 on the beautiful San Antonio River Walk. Don't miss this event that is guaranteed to have plenty of San Antonio flavor, featuring San Antonio's favorite taco trucks! Some of San Antonio's best food trucks will compete, including last years Grand Champion The Grilled Jalapeno and People’s Choice Winner Teka Molina. This year, contestants can really get twisted and show off their culinary creativity by entering the freestyle category!
Written by Kris_Serold on Jan 8 2014 - 3:40pm
American Indians in Texas (AIT) was founded 20 years ago in San Antonio to preserve and protect the culture and traditions of indigenous people. In the span of two decades, AIT has sponsored or participated in several dozen Pow Wows in Texas. United San Antonio Pow Wow is a non-profit charted organization whose purpose is to promote the traditions and culture of the American Indian and enlighten the non-Indian about the history and culture of the Native Americans.