Great Food, Texas-Sized Portions, Eclectic Atmosphere

  • Guadalajara Grill
    You'll love the eclectic atmosphere at the Guadalajara Grill, San Antonio, Texas. Photo by Donna M. Brown, All Rights Reserved
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  • Chile Relleno
    Chile Relleno – A fire-roasted Poblano pepper filled with Cheese or Beef Picadillo, battered and topped with a casero tomato sauce $14.95, photo by Donna M. Brown, All Rights Reserved

Highlights: Mexican and Tex-Mex food at its finest, eclectic atmosphere, killer margaritas 

Guadalajara Grill, San Antonio, Texas

QUESADILLAS

A large flour tortilla, lightly grilled and cut in four, is served with sour cream, pico de gallo, and guacamole, $10.95, photo by Donna M. Brown, All Rights Reserved

(You might remember the Alamo, but you are gonna dream about Guadalajara Grill.)

301 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 222-1992

Menu: guadalajaragrill.us

Looking for a great place to eat in San Antonio, Texas? You have got to stop by the Guadalajara Grill. This small, but mighty eatery has a fun and eclectic atmosphere. The location (in historic La Villita), silly signs, fantastic bar and music are all part of the San Antonio experience; but, the food? The food is out of this world!

For a tourist town like San Antonia, the prices are very reasonable. Expect to pay $10.95 for a plate of Supernachos (Platter of chips topped with beans, seasoned beef & chicken, melted cheeses, guacamole, sour cream and Jala

penos – these are Texas-sized servings) on up to $23.95 for “Supercombo Fajitas” (strips of seasoned marinated chicken breast, grilled steak and large gulf shrimp with onions and peppers). Check out the menu at the link below for a mouth-watering look at the fare.

 

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