Texas gets hot in the summer—really hot—and there's nothing like eating something cold and sweet to cool down on a summer day. We wanted to share some of our favorite local treats that help us beat the heat.
Kevin and Melissa are joined by the owners and operators of SA Food Tours, Jordan Gonzales and Mike Ehl, talk about the founding of SA Food Tours, how restaurants are selected for the tour, and why the tour is becoming more popular with locals and not just visitors to the Alamo City. Because Kevin and Melissa recently went on their Downtown Delicacy tour, you’ll also hear about their experience.
Zigzagging down tourist-filled streets and ducking into restaurants that your eyes would otherwise glaze right past is what you can expect from SA Food Tours. The newest food tour in San Antonio focuses on revealing diverse authentic flavors at five locally owned restaurants. But you and your taste buds will have to wait another few weeks because local owners Jordan Gonzales and Michael Ehl, who are financial analysts by day and foodie tour guides on the weekend, will not be opening SA Food Tours to the public until October.
I’m just going to start off with this quote by Mark Twain: “There are only 4 unique cities in the U.S. New Orleans, San Antonio, Boston, and San Francisco.” While I’d love to talk about all four cities, I’m going to focus on the one I love the most. San Antonio. Unique. Mark Twain described it perfectly.