Taste This Tours

Taste This Culinary & Craft Brewery Tours
(210) 538-4888

Unlock the city’s most interesting neighborhoods by exploring their culinary delights. From food trucks to fine dining. You’ll experience delectable food from one of a kind local eateries, drink local craft beer, and enjoy an insider’s view into the culture, history, and architecture that define San Antonio.

We aim to create tours which are fun, delicious , and cultivate an appreciation for local food and culture. Sip and savor your way on a “culinary or craft brewery tour”. Our experiences leave you with new culinary perspectives, big smiles, and satisfied taste buds.

El Mirador

722 S. St. Mary’s, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 225-9444

In Short – Tables in the bright, comfortable room start to fill early on the weekends with patrons looking for their weekly bowl of the restaurant’s famed sopa Azteca. El Mirador’s nightly house specialties include such stellar entrees as grilled pork loin crusted with cumin and coriander, served with a slightly tart tamarind sauce, as well as an admirable range of substantial vegetarian fare enchiladas filled with spicy garlic potatoes and sauteed onions.

Azuca Nuevo Latino

713 S. Alamo, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 225-5550

It would be a great pleasure to welcome you to Azuca, the first Nuevo Latino Restaurant in San Antonio. The idea of our Restaurant was inspired by a desire to unite the cuisine, service and atmosphere of the Caribbean, Central and Latin America with all of its glamour and vitality in one place – Azuca. It is our absolute goal to consistently provide our guests with an enjoyable and unique dining experience. We do this by providing exceptional service, a unique Nuevo Latino Cuisine, and a diverse palette of entertainment.

The Monterey

1127 S St. Mary’s San Antonio, TX 78210
(210) 745-2581


The conversation went something like this: “Hey – let’s build exactly the sort of place where we’d want to hang out.”

The food should be delicious, inexpensive, and a hell of a lot of fun to eat. The beer list should celebrate craft brewers and microbreweries. Our wine list ought to be comprised of varietally-correct, terroir-driven selections that are interesting and affordable. And we’ll open it in the beautiful King William neighborhood, in a converted old Sunglo gas station (with a great big open patio).

And, well, that’s what we’ve done. We’ve built The Monterey as a place for our fellow food lovers, beer nerds, and wine geeks. And we hope you’ll come join us at our sweet little addition to San Antonio.

La Tuna

100 Probandt San Antonio, TX 78210
Phone: (210) 212-5727

A hop, skip, and stagger from the Blue Star Art Gallery is La Tuna Grill. Located just across the railroad tracks, this tin-clad eatery dishes up amazing food at great prices. Load up the arteries with the “Loaded Fries,” topped with bacon, sour cream, and cheddar – these spuds are worth it! The “La Tuna Trio” is another fave. Three mini burgers grilled to your preference, these would make Wimmpy whimper. And the freshly made bread pudding is supurb. Whether you want to hang out on the patioand people watch, or eat inside – it’s all good. TIP: Don’t make your first visit to La Tuna on the First Friday of each month – too loco!!!

Blue Star Brewing Company

1414 S. Alamo, #105 (78210)
(210) 212-5506

Owned and operated by Joey and Maggie Villarreal of Joey’s on N. St. Mary’s Street, the BSBC has been open since June 25, 1996. We offer medal-winning beers, an exceptional wine list, and delicious food. The brew pub is located in the Blue Star Arts Complex at 1414 S. Alamo, on the San Antonio river across the street from the Pioneer flour mill. The stainless steel vats and brewing facility are right at home in what was once an old beer storage warehouse. Friendly staff and warm wood decor make for a comfortable, casual atmosphere.