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Edmund Tijerina


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Edmund:

The top 100 dining and drinkings spots in San Antonio in 2017

We have narrowed down the options of the city's food and drink spots into a list of true standouts, both old and new. → Read More

Review: Hand-pulled noodles at Lucky Noodle

The owners of the excellent Kung Fu Noodle on Bandera Road have opened a second restaurant to bring their outstanding hand-pulled noodles to a different part of the city. [...] rather than duplicate the menu from the first restaurant, this one offers a broader menu and different items, including braised pork, fried lamb in cumin, twice-cooked pork belly, stir-fried broccoli and sauteed chopped… → Read More

Critics pick 13 of San Antonio’s best brunches

Your guide to the best brunches in San Antonio. → Read More

Ranked: The top 10 San Antonio restaurants in 2017

From bakeries to coffee shops, wineries to bars and casual eateries to upscale restaurants, the food team from the San Antonio Express-News compiled a list of the top restaurants in the Alamo City deserving of recognition. → Read More

New bakery and restaurant opens in Alta Vista

Scratch Kitchen bakery and restaurant has opened in a newly renovated house in the Alta Vista neighborhood. → Read More

Final bell ringing this summer for Stay Golden Social House

Stay Golden Social House is closing in mid-June to make way for an office development. → Read More

Medical Center-area Chinese favorite reopens after fire

Chinese-American mainstay King's Bowl, in the Medical Center area, has reopened after a fire and burglary shut it down for several months. → Read More

CIA-San Antonio managing director moving on

Fernando Salazar, managing director of the Culinary Institute of America—San Antonio, is leaving the school after two years heading it. As he described it, the CIA job was going to be a retirement project that allowed him to live close to family in Houston. But other projects kept coming up. "I want to pick and choose what I work on," he said. "I will be busy, but I will have more time for my… → Read More

Your ultimate guide to brunch in San Antonio

This has been a good brunch month for San Antonio, with two new restaurants specializing in that most glorious of hybrid meals opening in San Antonio. Established places are upping their brunch game, too, and the options for coffee, mimosas, Benedicts and all kinds of carb-laden dishes are better than ever. Consider this the ultimate list of places in San Antonio that celebrate the weekend… → Read More

Coming soon: Montreal-style bagels in Alamo Heights

Boss Bagel is coming soon, as a former instructor at the Culinary Institute of America-San Antonio is bringing Montreal-style bagels to town. → Read More

There's still time to enter your video for an H-E-B contest

The winning commercial will air during next year's Super Bowl → Read More

Find out San Antonio's top 100 dining and drinking spots at March 21 event

What are the city's best places for dining and sipping? Find out first at the Express-News Top 100 Dining & Drinks tasting event that's happening March 21 at the Aztec Theatre. Receive your advance copy of this year's Top 100 Dining & Drinks book and taste samples from the city's top restaurants, bars, coffee shops, bakeries, breweries, distilleries and Hill Country wineries. The event… → Read More

First look review: NOLA Brunch & Beignets off to a strong start

First look review: NOLA Brunch & Beignets off to a strong start Chef and owner Pieter Sypesteyn first gained acclaim with his upscale New Orleans creations at the Where Y’at food truck, then took everything a step even better with The Cookhouse. A citrus zest gave a touch of lightness to sturdy and yeasty cinnamon rolls topped with vanilla cream and Steen’s cane syrup, and the pain perdu — what… → Read More

Here's a sneak peek at NOLA Brunch & Beignets

Here's a sneak peek at NOLA Brunch & Beignets, the new spot from the owner of Where Y'at food truck and The Cookhouse before it officially opens Tuesday. → Read More

Could S.A.'s Jason Dady become an Iron Chef?

Chef and entrepreneur Jason Dady will compete on Food Network's upcoming Iron Chef Gauntlet that premieres April 16. → Read More

Review: Quarry’s Snooze a high-energy take on brunch

Folks in San Antonio have been salivating in anticipation for the opening of this brunch spot since the Denver-based company announced last summer it was coming here into the former home of EZ’s at the Quarry. On its opening day, the place was packed by 9 a.m. Expect that to only continue, as waits at Snooze’s Austin and Phoenix locations routinely extend more than an hour on weekends. Take your… → Read More

Sneak peek: Bye-bye Citrus, hello Dorregos at Hotel Valencia

When Hotel Valencia opened in 2003 with its sleek and ultramodern stylings, it immediately raised the game for hospitality offerings in San Antonio. [...] the modern Texas stylings at Citrus restaurant were a culinary and stylistic hit. Citrus is gone, and in its place will be Dorregos, an Argentinian-inspired restaurant named after the famed Plaza Dorrego in the historic San Telmo neighborhood… → Read More

ICYMI: Hearsay closes, Azúca moves

Southtown hotspot Azúca Nuevo Latino has moved next door and closed its sibling restaurant, Hearsay Urban Taste. → Read More

New location for Leon Valley Cafe

Northwest Side favorite Leon Valley Cafe has moved to a new, bigger location; but it's still in Leon Valley. → Read More

Longtime Tex-Mex favorite El Maracumbe closes

Equipment being auctioned for restaurant serving San Antonio since 1978 → Read More