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Las Canarias Restaurant, San Antonio, Texas

 
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Distance from city center: 7.4mi
evike14's pictureby evike14 Food travel tip
added on the 13th of October, 2010
Right on the Riverwalk, the Las Canarias Restaurant serves one of the finest Mexican foods you'll eat in San Antonio. Their staff is really great, though sometimes slow on delivering, but that didn't really bother us, we were there to relax.

They have outdoor seating so we asked for a table near the river so we could watch it while we were eating. Being a bit higher from the walkway, we could also watch the people passing without them noticing. It was such a lovely afternoon, we repeated it several times! :)

Address:
112 College St, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

Price:
Prices range from $31 to $75.

Opening Hours:
Open daily. From Mon-Sat. 6:30-23:30 and on Sun. 10:00-22:30.

 
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