Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Food: San Antonio

So after being in San Antonio for a couple days, I have been inundated with TexMex and Bar-B-Que.
This I have no problem with...
But Man does not live by Carnitas & Rib Tips alone...

I heard about an Italian place in North SA that needed looking into.
Dough - Pizzeria Napoletana

"When they thought about what type of pizzeria they wanted the restaurant to be, they focused on Italy, specifically Naples, Italy. They knew they wanted to bring the oven from Italy, the menu to be focused on Southern Italian cuisine and the wines - all Italian. Whether people grew up in Italy, traveled there, or just love Neapolitan style pizza, they wanted to make Dough everyone's go to place for their pizza craving!"
(from their website)

Man! Winner.
They make their own burrata, a fresh Italian cheese, made from mozzarella and cream. The outer shell is solid mozzarella while the inside contains both mozzarella and cream, giving it an unusual, soft texture.

I had the Burrata Napolitana.
It. Was. Amazing.

If you are in the area, go.
'Nuff said.


And another little slice of hell I found at a CVS while on walkabout during the bomb scare this afternoon...

Really, Nestlé?
Why are you so evil?


1 comment:

Old NFO said...

Ah yes, Neapolitan food, without the 'ambiance' of Naples, e.g. pickpockets, Mafia, etc...