2 ‘hopping good’ Easter brunch spots on San Antonio’s NW Side
SAN ANTONIO – If you’re looking for great restaurant recommendations, we have two socially distant spots with plenty of San Antonio flavor where you can take the family for Easter brunch. Another restaurant to try is Sangria on the Burg, located in the Medical Center on Fredericksburg Road. AdOne dish to try for breakfast there is the “Sangria Breakfast.” It includes a petite chicken fried ribeye with chorizo gravy, scrambled eggs, peppered bacon, papa hash and silver dollar hotcakes. Sangria on the Burg also offers mimosa, margarita and crafted sangria flights, along with its signature tacos and sliders. Watch the video below to see Mike and Fiona whip up a Sangria Breakfast with a little help from chef Zepeda.
A restaurant quality recipe just in time for chili season
SAN ANTONIO – Cool weather has arrived and football season is going strong, which means it is the perfect time for a bowl of chili. Owner of Sangria on the Burg, Chef Ceasar Zepeda shares an at-home version of his restaurant quality Texas chili. Add onions, jalapeños, garlic, salt and pepper. Sweat the onions and then add stewed tomatoes and beans. Add chili powder, beef base and bay leaves.
Im just trying to keep as many guys working as possible, San Antonio chef says
SAN ANTONIO Editors note - Unheard: Stories from the Alamo City is a KSAT feature that gives our viewers the chance to tell their unique stories. Im just trying to make sure that I keep as many guys working as possible, Zepeda said. Were trying to at least be there for each other.This week the restaurants switched gears and started selling family-style meals to-do curbside or by delivery. I really think this isnt the time to be fancy, its a time to just families fed as easy as possible, Zepeda said. These San Antonio restaurants offering To-Go dealsOther restaurants are getting creative, too.