Texas Eats Season 2, Episode 2: Central Texas Eats

Texas Eats Season 2 Episode 1

KSAT’s David Elder has embarked on a new adventure called “Texas Eats,” an hour-long show that airs on Saturdays at 10 a.m. on KSAT 12, KSAT.com and our streaming app.

In the second episode, David Elder goes to a variety of restaurants in Central Texas, enjoying Tex-Mex, BBQ, and some killer cocktails.

Restaurants featured in this episode are listed below:

Inferno’s Pizza

Pizza restaurant; located at 1540 River Road in Boerne.

Läkenvelder BBQ, Bar, & Grill

BBQ restaurant; located at 116 N Crockett St. in Fredericksburg.

Cowboys Smoke House BBQ

BBQ restaurant; located at 1829 TX-97 in Pleasanton.

Uni’Ko Japanese House

Contemporary bistro & bar; located at 17803, 1101 La Cantera Terrace #1101 in San Antonio.

Compadres Hill Country Cocina

Tex-Mex restaurant; located at 209 Lohmann St. in Boerne.

Guajillo’s

Mexican restaurant; located at 1001 Northwest Loop 410 in San Antonio.

La Laguna Mariscos y Sushi

Latin-inspired seafood, sushi restaurant; located at 23535 I-10 in San Antonio.

Past “Texas Eats” episodes are here:

Texas Eats Season 2, Episode 1: Central Texas Eats

Texas Eats Episode 21: Wild about Food at the Snake Farm

Texas Eats Episode 20: Un-fore-gettable Restaurants

Texas Eats: Best Bites Episode 1

Wild about Food at the SA Zoo

SA Rodeo Eats

Central Texas BBQ

Tex-Mex in San Antonio

Texas German food in New Braunfels

All things brunch

Beer, wings and more: Getting ready for the big game

Texas Eats Ep. 15: Zoom Edition

“Texas Eats” is a spin-off of the ever-popular "SA Live,” which has won in the ratings race since the first day it launched nearly five years ago.

Viewers can catch “Texas Eats” on Saturday mornings at 10 a.m., or on the KSAT-TV Livestream app available on Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, and most smart TVs, as well as on KSAT.com, and KSAT’s YouTube channel.

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About the Author:

David Elder is the host of the San Antonio food show, Texas Eats. The social media segment, Elder Eats, dominated in Central and South Texas in 2017, 2018, and 2019, with more than 18 videos receiving more than 1 million views each! He is also an award-winning graphic designer and web designer working for top companies and nonprofits in Texas.