Some of the best bites can be found on the go in San Antonio. To take in all the sights without wasting precious seconds, grab a delicious to-go meal at these hot spots: They’ll give new meaning to the idea of fast food.
The pizza oven at local chef Doug Horn’s popular pizzeria is an Italian import and the mozzarella bar offers fresh, handmade cheeses. An all-Italian wine list complements the food. -- Visit San Antonio via Foursquare
You can always tell a good pizza joint by how they make just a plain cheese pizza. All them fancy topping are great but if you can get the basics right it's just hot cheese and dough. Awesome! -- Paul Romaniak via Foursquare
Try to stop in when Henri "The Awesome" Thompson is on duty, he is the best manager I've ever met! You won't regret the experience as the whole Freddy's crew is real upbeat with his energy! -- David Chad Judah via Foursquare
Go to Sam's Burger Joint, try the Guac Jack Burger. Stick around for cool roots music at the Friday Honky Tonk Happy Hour or bring you dancin' shoes for the swingin'est Monday in town. -- Jen Adams via Foursquare
Unfortunately... the quality is going down. The pizzas are smaller, the prices are INSANELY HIGH for premium pizzas, and it doesn't have the same "homey" feeling with the oldies music as it once did. -- Michael Zuniga via Foursquare
Ron was a great server. Checked up on us enough to be helpful but not annoying! Instead of appetizer ask for basket of fries. Free! It keeps the kids at bay while you wait. Buzzard wings rock! -- Marlena via Foursquare
Burgers were good, especially with the beer braised onions. Best part for us though was being able to have a decent dinner conversation because the kids can run and play! Yay!!! -- Kristey Kelley via Foursquare