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Four San Antonio Restaurants for Under $20

What better way to explore your new city while your local San Antonio movers finish unloading all of your belongings, than by checking out some of the most delicious food that the city has to offer? Since San Antonio has so many delicious restaurants, chances are that you will not want to stop with just one. Luckily, you can try as many restaurants as possible all summer long – without breaking the bank. Not only are San Antonio restaurants delicious, but there are plenty you can explore for $20 or less! Just sit back, relax and let All My Sons Moving & Storage do the work while you and your family enjoy these four San Antonio restaurants for under $20.

Café Bahar

Specializing in Indian and Halal Pakistani cuisine, get ready to try all of the spices of India – literally. A fantastic choice for those foodies with the motto “the spicier the better,” Café Bahar has entrees that are $20 or less. The best part? This San Antonio restaurant allows you to bring in your own beer or wine without a corkage fee. Cheers!

The Esquire Tavern

Founded in 1933 to celebrate the end of Prohibition, The Esquire Tavern has been a beloved San Antonio bar ever since. San Antonio movers suggest that you try everything from delicious grilled pork loin to chile relleno, with one of their specialty cocktails without having to worry about spending too much – most of their offerings on the menu won’t cost you over $20.

Mr. and Mrs. G’s

If you are moving to San Antonio and looking for delicious soul food, then look no further. Mr. and Mrs. G’s knows a thing or two about cooking up some classic fried chicken, mac and cheese and sweet potatoes. With an array of freshly made desserts, locals who have tried the sweet potato pie have said that it “must have been baked in heaven.” With a review like that, chances are you will want to take your $20 and return for some down home cookin’, time after time.

Rocotos Grill

A favorite family-owned spot, San Antonio moving companies have recommended this Peruvian restaurant for years and it is not hard to tell why. For less than $20, indulge in an order of ceviche, roast chicken called pollo a la brasa, or the lomo saltado, which is marinated beef strips that are stir-fried with sliced onions, red peppers and French fries and served with white rice. If you have never tried Peruvian cuisine, now is the time to dive right in!