Where you can score 5-appetizer Super Botana pack, gallon margaritas
SAN ANTONIO – Can’t decide between quesadillas, poppers, chicken fingers, flautas and chips and dip for the game? Mi Familia at The Rim and Mi Tierra at Market Square have you covered with their Super Botana pack. Each Super Botana pack includes:6 beef quesadillas6 flautas5 chicken tenders8 poppersGuacamoleSalsaQuesoTortilla chipsDipsYou can pick up the pack to-go or order delivery via DoorDash for $27.95. To wash it all down, Mi Tierra and Mi Familia at The Rim also offer gallon margarita kits, too. To pre-order, call (210) 225-1262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, and for more information visit the La Familia Cortez website.
Mi Familia at The Rim celebrates its first birthday
SAN ANTONIO – La Famila Cortez’s newest restaurant, La Familia at The Rim on San Antonio’s Northwest Side, celebrates its one-year anniversary with a party and $1 margaritas. The party takes place today at Mi Familia at The Rim. The first 30 guests will get goodie bags and there will be $1 margaritas all day long. Watch the video above to see Fiona make a tasty cocktail for Mike ahead of the celebration.
Party appetizers with La Familia Cortez
SAN ANTONIO – You can’t have a party without tasty apps! SA Live invited La Familia Cortez over to its welcome home party, and they brought some tasty treats. Check out the video above to see how to make La Margarita’s cheesy, chorizo-filled queso appetizer, served on fluffy flour tortillas. You can find out more about La Margarita and hosting holiday parties there on the restaurant’s website. For information on La Familia Cortez family of restaurants, click here.
Longtime San Antonio Mexican eatery Pico de Gallo to reopen this week after months of closure
click image Instagram / picodegallosaPico de Gallo, one of many Mexican restaurants owned and operated by La Familia Cortez, will reopen Friday after being closed for nearly seven months.While other restaurants owned by the family have been open under state and local COVID-19 limitations, Pico de Gallo has remained closed since March.“We appreciate your support during these trying months, and we are overjoyed to once again serve our community and our familia!” read a Tuesday post on the restaurant’s Facebook page.The eatery's new hours will be 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays. The restaurant will be closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.Pico de Gallo is located at 111 S Leona St., inside historic Market Square.sacurrent.com
As seen on SA Live - Monday, October 26, 2020
SAN ANTONIO – Today at 1 p.m. on SA Live, The Look: Thrift store Halloween edition! 🎃 Look for your photos today on SA Live from 1 to 2 p.m. on KSAT 12 & KSAT.com! Posted by SA Live on Monday, October 26, 2020Goodwill San Antonio has everything you need to accentuate this year’s Halloween costumes for less! SA Live airs weekdays at 1 p.m. on KSAT 12. Stream the show anytime from the KSAT TV app on Roku, Fire Stick, a smart TV or smartphone.
Mi Tierra Transforms Into a Mercado, Offering Groceries to San Antonians
Mi Tierra, San Antonios Tex-Mex mainstay known for never closing its dining room, had to do just that last week for the first time in almost 80 years. The new Mi Tierra Mercado opened on Thursday, the day after Mayor Ron Nirenberg mandated all bars and restaurants be shut down to in-person diners in an attempt to limit the novel coronavirus from spreading. Some things havent changed our parking lot is still full, theres still lines to get into Mi Tierra. Produce of many varieties is available at the Mi Tierra mercado. It was just a little bit more expensive than usual, but they had everything we needed.(from left) Elizabeth and Noe Garcia carry their recently purchased groceries from the Mi Tierra mercado.therivardreport.com
0.5K, a ‘fun-(not)-run,’ taking place at Market Square for National Margarita Day
SAN ANTONIO – National Margarita Day is a day for slow-sipping. To honor the chill holiday, La Familia Cortez, the family behind Mi Tierra, La Margarita and Pico de Gallo, is hosting a Margarita Y Musica 0.5K at Market Square on Saturday. The family is calling it a “fun-(not)-run,” and that’s because a short stroll will lead to five mini-margaritas from each La Familia Cortez restaurant. Where to grab a margarita in San Antonio on National Margarita DayTicket prices are $25 for one runner or $40 for two, and they can be purchased online. Packets, including a race map, can be picked up starting at 4 p.m. at La Margarita, 120 Produce Row.