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If your clients have a taste for specialty tacos, smoked brisket and margaritas, then the launch of the San Antonio Food Trails is certainly going to be a path they’ll want to follow.
This new culinary adventure is being organized by San Antonio-based, non-profit Culinaria and the San Antonio Food Trails are a categorized expedition to restaurants and bars that offer some of the region’s best cuisine and beverages, as decided by a committee of leading local restaurateurs, food experts and culinary ambassadors.
The three food trails launching are tacos, barbecue and margaritas.
Celebrity Chef Johnny Hernandez of Grupo La Gloria restaurants – who has been a part of the development of the San Antonio Food Trails – said, “We feel San Antonio has a lot to offer. We wanted to make it easier for visitors and locals to visit places they may have never experienced otherwise.”
With specifically curated lists on its mobile-friendly site, the San Antonio Food Trails program is designed to be a convenient way for travellers to get the most out of their culinary adventure to the Alamo City.
Suzanne Taranto-Etheredge, president/CEO of Culinaria, noted that, “The addition of the Food Trails component was a natural evolution of the dining scene in San Antonio. We always want to make sure we are adapting and evolving as an organization committed to visitors and locals alike. We will be adding more trails after our inaugural launch. In the future, we will engage the community to submit their favourite spots for consideration on a food trail.”
San Antonio has long been known as the heart of Tex-Mex food and has evolved as a destination for Tex-Next, with diverse chef-owned restaurants, thriving farmers’ markets and cooking classes.
With its confluence of cultures, San Antonio is one of only two cities in the country designated a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, honoring the city’s culinary history.
Restaurants on the San Antonio Food Trails will be on a two-year rotation to give ample time for patrons to go on several “food crawls.”
For more on San Antonio Food Trails, go to http://culinariasa.org/food-trails; for more on San Antonio, check out www.VisitSanAntonio.com .
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