Some of El Paso's favorite dishes can now be found in San Antonio!

That's right, now If you ever find yourself homesick while you're visiting in the Alamo City, you now have two options to visit when you want a little taste of home!

Recently, My San Antonio wrote a great piece about Chilaquiles Buen Dia opening up at the former Earl Abel's spot at Pearl.

Chilaquiles Buen Dia has quickly become one of El Paso's favorite brunch spots. If you’ve never been to Buen Dia before, the restaurant has a unique concept and brunch-oriented menu and is known for its diverse menu, featuring six variations of chilaquiles, priced at $10 each.

Now, if you arent a fan of chilaquiles, Buen Dia offers a selection of tacos, including carnitas, carne asada, and choriqueso, along with their delicious Fresas con Crema pancakes – fluffy delights topped with traditional strawberries and Mexican crema.

No word on the opening date of Buen Dia in San Antonio but they are hoping to open up before Fiesta.

Another great option is a restaurant called Sabor de Mexico. El Paso native Jesus Mora owns the restaurant and, of course, they are serving up some favorite 915 eats!

Sabor de Mexico specialize in Juarez style burritos, menudo con pan (because apparently elsewhere they eat it with tortillas!), chile rellenos and, of course, the special secret menu item - Chuco Style Tacos/Flautas (we all know what that means!)

I know that I've mentioned before that I've never been anywhere in Texas, but I know for sure if I ever make my way to San Antonio these will definitely be a must stop on my trip!

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