COMPADRES HILL COUNTRY COCINA
WWE haller of famer helps Boerne restaurant serve free meals to veterans
BOERNE – Jen Tobias-Struski chats with WWE Haller of Famer Bill Goldberg about his love for TexMex BBQ at Compadres Hill Country Cocina. The actor and former NFL player teamed up with owner Chef Mark Sierra, a military veteran, to meet-and-greet with veterans and their families today at the Boerne restaurant. For more on Compadres Hill Country Cocina, click here.
WWE Hall of famer Bill Goldberg shows up at Compadres HIll Country Cocina to serve veterans | SA Live | KSAT 12
WWE Hall of famer Bill Goldberg shows up at Compadres HIll Country Cocina to serve veterans | SA Live | KSAT 12Published: November 11, 2020, 6:38 pmChef Mark Sierra teams up with members of the community to give free meals to veterans
As seen on SA Live - Wednesday, November 11, 2020
SAN ANTONIO – Today on SA Live, we’re honoring veterans! 🇺🇸 Post your pics + look for yours from 1-2 p.m. today on SA Live! #VeteransDay Posted by SA Live on Wednesday, November 11, 2020Jen is out at a restaurant honoring veterans today - Compadres Hill Country Cocina in Boerne! 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.
From jobless to starting a new Tex-Mex restaurant in Boerne
BOERNE – Compadres Hill Country Cocina has been open for just a few months and already, it’s making waves in the foodie world. “Some people are driving hours just to come try our food,” Chef Mark Sierra said. Inside the restaurant, you’ll find American flags and tributes to all branches of the military. The former executive chef at Fair Oaks Hill Country Club was laid off as the COVID-19 pandemic took over. Move forward to today, you’ll find Chef Mark and his wife, Dalia, serving up the smoked favorites at their Boerne restaurant, located at 209 Lohmann St.Great food is something Chef Mark takes very serious.
Former WWE wrestler teams up with Boerne restaurant to honor veterans
BOERNE – Chef Mark Sierra is known for his smoked Tex-Mex food “Hill Country style.”“I always put my own twist on it,” owner of Compadres Hill Country Cocina, Mark Sierra, said. “Some people are driving hours just to come try our food,” Sierra said. “Mark is just a good guy and the way he takes care of veterans is so selfless,” Goldberg said. On National Purple Heart Day, the two are teaming up for the first annual Purple Heart Project dinner, a private event Friday night. Fore more information on Compadres Hill Country Cocina, click here.