First stop: La Gloria-Street foods of Mexico. My first and by far the best meal I had in San Antonio. You can just tell by looking at these chips that they are light and crispy. My co-workers and I split the three taco plates and ended with the elote- the corn on the cob (I think I'll be trying Rick Bayless' recipe at home - all summer!)
Next stop was La Fogata for dinner and Margaritas bigger than....well, take a look! My cute little buddy is a regular size marg on the right. The texas size marg on the left comes with a frozen beer in it. That made for a fun client dinner.
Next up was Rudy's REAL TEXAS BBQ for a crew and client lunch on our shoot day. Served family style with a few loaves of good 'ole white bread and any kind of fruit flavored pop/soda that you could imagine - icing down in the beverage trough. My choice was a Pepsi from Mexico - gotta go big and REAL when in Texas. And RUDY'S BBQ sauce is amazing and a bottle is in my fridge right now! Merry Christmas to me from me.
We ended with an amazing dinner at a steakhouse that's hidden within an outdoor mall (and quite hard to find mind you after a 14hr day). But we found Perry's Steakhouse along with an amazing ice seafood tower, too die for famous pork chop, and yummy banana's foster.
When I wasn't eating, I was doing my producing thing in my favorite (and very lived in) kicks and j crew chambray shirt-which for sure is down to a zero price per wear status. Both perfect for the construction site location backdrops.
|boots: charles david (similar, kinda)|
|j crew chambray shirt - a closet must have|
a san antonio souvenir for kringle
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