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Beto's

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8142 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78209
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(210) 930-9393
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Beto's - San Antonio, TX
Beto's - San Antonio, TX

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Our family has followed this restaurant from its original location (downtown) to its final location on Broadway, just south of 410. Although, the location has changed the delicio...

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Tried Beto's today basedon a friend's recommendation. After reading some of the reviews, I was really surprised at how many people think this place is great? Went there with my D...

Beto's Latin Grill 8/1/2005

Beto's is a great place to take the family. When we go we especially enjoy their empanadas. They are tortilla filled with different meats and cheeses. They also have sweet empanadas that are delicious as well. I have also tried their fish and enjoyed that. I would suggest acompanying your meal with one of their fresh drinks. They have several one of a kind drinks that are very refreshing. They have quick service and I would suggest it as an all around good place to eat. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Young couples and families dominate the ever-present crowd. Bright yellow stucco walls and '50s-style vinyl chairs keep the place feeling festive. Look up and you'll find rectangular lights covered with colored paper in various designs. One design sums up Beto's made-by-hand philosophy: a hand with a heart in the palm.

    The Food
    The empanadas may be famous for the pie-crust flakiness of the shell, but the fillings deserve just as much attention. From the subtle kick of chicken poblano to the creamy sweetness of banana with leche quemada, these pastries don't fool around. The thick handmade corn tortillas enveloping the tacos don't fall apart the way lesser tortillas do, so you're free to focus on the contents, from spicy-sweet tacos al pastor to grilled fish with cilantro and poblano sauce. Wash it all down with hibiscus honey tea or, for the more adventurous, the mint leaf and rum combo that is the mojito.

  • 11/5/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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    Visa, American Express, Master Card, Carte Blanche
  • Neighborhoods:

    Alamo Heights

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