If you are hungry you might wanna skip here. Portions are not that big. Food was good and they have great drinks. Often crowded and you will have to wait to be seated.
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La Gloria is our to go place on the weekend when we visit the Pearls with out puppies. Great food & drinks and dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables which are shaded. Nice view of the river from the restaurant. Place is always busy...More
This is a very popular spot at the Pearl; tables are filled with happy people, young and old, who come here to unwind and enjoy the ambiance of the San Antonio River Walk without the throng of tourists walking by. From here, one can explore...More
Ate here with a large group. The margaritas are phenomenal. I had steak tacos and my husband had fish tacos. He loved them. Best he'd ever had. Service was good and the atmosphere was very nice.
If your looking for good atmosphere and bar drinks this is s good hang out. If you want Mexican food, forget it. The Mexican pizza is truly awful. The food lacks pizazz and spice. People don't go here to eat , they go to drink....More
Walked around the pearl district and was told about this restaurant from a local and the history of the owner, so we checked it out. All we ordered was tacos and mojitos and sangria, but they were really good and inexpensive for the tacos. Got...More
My wife and I went for a late evening bite. We didn't want a super big meal so we shared a salad and a tlayuda (Mexican pizza). Both were very delicious (okay, okay - I know you can't totally mess up a salad, after all)....More
I gave this place a second chance after the first bad trip, and it was deja vu. We sat down at the outdoor bar to leftover dishes and a mess on the bar. The older bartender asked us what we wanted, as if we were...More
My husband and I came here during our road trip through Texas, following a recommendation. The hostess was awful (she was telling everyone it was a 2.5 hour wait - whether they were two people or 12 - just to turn the masses away. She...More
Someone in my group chose La Gloria for an outing. Afterwards, I discovered some key words in their advertising that might help you get a feel for it: "Funky," "trendy," "street food" and "food truck food." First, the place was packed, with persons shoulder to...More