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Big smoky steak in San Antonio, plus Mi Tierra


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Big smoky steak in San Antonio, plus Mi Tierra

Missy | Dec 11, 2006 05:34 PM

After searching the board, I surmise great BBQ is not to be found in the city. But how about a big juicy steak cooked over, say, mesquite coals?? Is there anything like that around town? Thanks!
Oh-I ate at Mi Tierra last night and LOVED it. I had a gold Margarita, frozen, no salt, extra lime, and it was perhaps the best Margarita I've ever enjoyed. The "grande" size was just right for me, too ( because it was actually pretty small, maybe 8 ounces). I also had the marinated pork-YUUM! It was super-tender and just fatty enough to make a fantastic soft taco, especially when combined with the outstanding guacamole and a really nice fresh salsa with big chunks o'jalepeno. I really wanted to try something from the bakery but was too full. I think I will stop in for a pumpkin empanada and coffee this afternoon, though,

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