I needed to get out of the house this afternoon, so I asked Bill if he’d like to go downtown and have some Mexican food at our favorite downtown Mexican restaurant. This was our third time at this place, right on the Riverwalk, and once again it didn’t disappoint. The first time we went to this restaurant, it was 2007 and my first time in San Antonio. We went there for dinner and sat out on the terrace. Then in July, we went back and chatted with the bartender, who served us again today.
There was a game in downtown San Antonio today, so that backed up traffic. We had a heck of a time finding parking. Once we did, we walked around the Riverwalk to the restaurant.
I had a couple of these… they were very potent and refreshing.
Bill had tostadas with chili while I had the quesadilla appetizer. It was huge and we both had leftovers. Then we had tres leches cake for dessert…
I was really enjoying our late lunch here. The bartender is very personable and a great host. The food is good. And they were playing great 80s music. It was like being in high school again with lots of New Wave and progressive songs from my teen days. Better yet, the price is right. We ate for about $15 each, including booze. They have free parking, though we didn’t take advantage of it during this visit.
The weather today was kind of cool and overcast, but the Riverwalk was crowded and teeming with tourists. It was nice to get out, though. I think we’ll have to go back to our Mexican place again soon.