San Antonio is a great place to be, visit or live in, the wonderful history and culture rooted into the city and its people. But the city is more than its traditions now, as it is evolving into something what the seventh largest city in the country is expected to be, without letting go of what the city has always been. If you are ever in the city you should explore and experience what San Antonio. There is so much to do and to go that letting any opportunity to do so is just an absolute waste.
The food is one thing you should taste, specifically the various tacos in the city, if you haven’t eaten tacos in San Antonio then you haven’t have tacos at all. A few of my favorite places to get tacos at are; Mary Lou’s Café with their delicious pork chop taco, Taco-Taco where their tacos are praised as the best in America, at least according to Bona Appetit. And my top favorite Cascabel Mexican Patio with their hand –rolled corn tortillas. If you are passing by San Antonio and had only time to eat one thing, let it be tacos, as you can enjoy it on the go if need be.
Another thing about San Antonio is the medical care you can get, I had a back problem while I was there and I can probably say that in San Antonio Chiropractors are just the best. If it weren’t for the one I visited there, I probably had a boring time in the city just lying down the first place I can. If you need a wellness chiropractor and you are in the vicinity of the city, there is no place better to look for one.
With my back fixed I was able to enjoy the night life that the city offered, I am not much of a drinker so I enjoy a different kind of night life while I was there. The late night food life, in a city with a thriving night life, the late night food business is also booming. El Rigio serves my favorite, yes you guessed it TACOS! Served in a miniature sized form with cheese and avocadoes, I can imagine myself eating this after a long night out… Actually I can see myself eating it anytime really. Another late night place, TBA (the name of the restaurant), serves a great Lasagna sandwich, pressed like a Panini… or maybe I sat on it, m I might have said that I wasn’t much of a drinker but I had a few drinks before getting to the restaurant.
San Antonio is a great place to be with so much to do during the day and as much stuff to do during the night. I couldn’t do all of them myself when I was there, much less write about it now, so all I can tell you now is to go and explore San Antonio yourself and enjoy every moment of it.