Tex-Mex fusion and historic restaurants

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This week on Texas Eats, David visits historic and haunted restaurants in Central Texas!

David’s first stop is at an iconic Italian restaurant, Guillermo’s, in downtown San Antonio. He visits the restaurant with Guillermo himself and experiences supernatural activity first hand. After the fright, they enjoy superb pizzas, pasta and cocktails!

Next, David heads to a great Cajun Tex-Mex fusion spot, BB’s Tex-Orleans. BB’s is based in Houston and recently opened in the city of Alamo. David talks with owner Brooks Bassler about food, family and what makes BB special.

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Next, David heads north to Dallas to walk the State Fair of Texas and sample some over-the-top Fair Trade food!

Next, David heads to Austin for more haunted adventures at The Tavern. He takes a spin through the haunted 3-story tavern and whets his appetite for cheeseburgers and delicious bar bites.

Then, return to San Antonio for authentic North Mexican-style cuisine at La Taqueria de Monterrey.

This is surely an episode not to be missed!

Featured restaurants this week:

  1. Guillermo’s – 618 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215

  2. BB’s Tex-Orleans – 5423 W Loop 1604 N, San Antonio, TX 78253

  3. The Tavern – 922 W 12th St, Austin, TX 78703

  4. La Taqueria de Monterrey #2 – 6565 Babcock Rd Suite 26, San Antonio, TX 78249

  5. Texas State Fair – 3921 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Dallas, TX 75210

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