You might be asking yourself what the difference is between Mexican food and Tex-Mex food. The answer is simple, Tex-Mex food in San Antonio has been perfected for generations. Is a representation of the cultures of Texas and Mexico. Tex-Mex is a flavor of food that you cannot find anywhere else in the world except only San Antonio. We want to warn you that if you aren’t used to salsa consider yourself warned. The Tex-Mex food on the Riverwalk is muy caliente! It is served with honor and pride and we hope you enjoy it.
Do as the locals do, and enjoy a tequila shot from our extensive, carefully selected list. Kick back and relax with a cool and refreshing libation from the bar while you watch your favorite sports event.
Rita’s On The River is a Tex-Mex restaurant on the River Walk known for the Texas-sized Margaritas, ice cold beer and delicious, sizzling fajitas with Texas-sized portions.
Every day Rio Rio Cantina is serving Fresh Tex-Mex dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Established in 1989 and located on the San Antonio River Walk, Rio features spacious patios with unbeatable views of the River Walk!
Rosarios is your best bet for Mexican food in San Antonio! Zagat rated it as one of the “Best Texas Restaurants” and Texas Monthly featured Rosarios Fish Taco as the No. 2 “Taco You Must Eat Before You Die.”
With grand spaces crossing the realm of rich flamenco reds, the subtle yellows of an Argentine sunrise, and ornate iron, Sazo’s Latin Grille offers a fusion of flavors.
Pico De Gallo’s festive Market Square location and delicious Tex-Mex menu make it ideal for hosting events.
Mi Tierra Café is a world-famous landmark – the place hometown regulars and hungry tourists go for authentic Mexican food and a warm Texas welcome.
Nestled in the corner overlooking a junction in the San Antonio River, you’ll find the Mexican Manhattan Restaurant – San Antonio’s finest Mexican food restaurant.
La Margarita Restaurant & Oyster Bar is proud to be a part of Market Square, “The Heartbeat of Mexico,” where locals and visitors alike, enjoy spectacular fiestas, shopping as diverse as produce and piñatas, and the romantic music of strolling Mexican troubadour.
We use only the freshest and best ingredients in all of our dishes. The same passion for quality is echoed throughout every element of our restaurant.
The Guadalajara Grill has a lovely patio area with space for a small party of up to 50. Dine al fresco surrounded by flowering potted plants with views of other Historic Buildings, Hemisfair Park and the Tower of the Americas.
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.
The Place to come to satisfy your cravings for delicious Mexican cuisine, the home of the Ultimate Fajita and the 60 oz Margarita. A perfect festive atmosphere!
Voted the best enchiladas in San Antonio five times in a row. That’s right, THE BEST. There’s no frills or fancy plate presentation, just quality food at a reasonable price.
A new spin on an old tradition awaits you at Barriba Cantina. Barriba Cantina serves fresh Mexican food with a flair.
It would be a great pleasure to welcome you to Azuca, the first Nuevo Latino Restaurant in San Antonio.
Explore over 100 locally owned shops and stalls, all at a festive indoor mall famously described as the largest Mexican market outside Mexico.
From tacos al pastor in Mexico City, tlayudas in Oaxaca, to coctéles de mariscos from Veracruz, Mexico’s street foods are as unique and colorful as its traditions, people and culture.
The restaurant founded in 1946 by Alfred F. Beyer, sits on land first granted title in 1777 by the King of Spain. The Spanish Colonial period hacienda became the core of the new business.