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Posted on 03/20/2014 11:40:53 AM PDT by Racehorse
Two alternative links from their website.
1. Pa La Raza http://www.pizzapatron.com/chingona_3/
2. Menu in english?
I and my family live in San Antonio for decades. Will . . . unless offered free samples and apologies from this guy . . . will never buy some pizza not offered in french nor german . . . more close to San Antonio history prior to the Mexican revolution.
Something new is okay. Just don't brand it as traditional San Antonio.
Rats...I thought this was a thread about Taco Bell. I’m hungry.
That La Mexicana pizza on their menu actually sounds pretty good...
American pizza is so distant from the Naples original that it really doesn’t qualify as “pizza”. Especially Chicago Deep Dish style, which while tastes great, really shouldn’t be called pizza.
But like any other business, if they are ticking you off, don’t go.
What’s the BFD? Don’t go if you don’t like the way they do business.
If they had one a little closer to me, I'd probably give them a try, just for snicks and giggles.
I love pizza and like Mexican food, might make a decent combination.
I always imagined if I were to start a Mexican pizza place, I’d call it “Vamanos Pizza”...
Remember the Alamo!
One slice, please.
It helps to post some sort of coherent complaint.
The young girl that started this place...was like 18 or 19 yrs. old!!
They have great pizza..!!
I thought the fuss was about the meaning of the word Chingon
I remember as a kid getting mushroom pizza on Fridays during Lent.
Most pizza shops and Italian retaurants in Brooklyn now have Mexicans doing all the cooking in the kitchen!
This I learned from my daughter when she waitressed at a very high end restaurant up near Central Park.
Her place in Bartlesville, OK... makes some real good pizza's....
Back in the day....my dad an I ate pizza at a place in Anaheim, CA...on St. College Blvd. called Smiling Sam's...dang that was good pizza!!!
I like Papa John’s. I’m back & forth to SC/CA and it’s just as consistent one place to the other.
We have a place here in B’more called Nino Taco and they serve up a mexican pizza. Not bad. Taco meat and cheese on a tortilla. Nice appetizer.
Papa Murphy's isn't bad either..and a good idea for us rural folks.
Now that’s funny.
That first Italian pizza was little more than tomato sauce on flatbread with a little goat cheese. Not much to write home about. It was invented reportedly for Americans anyway. American soldiers needed something quick that local restauranteurs could make in vast quantities-- and poof! Pizza was born. Those soldiers brought the idea home and made it much, much better. So pizza is really an American food... Even the Italian kind. :-)
Thanks for the reply.
I suppose for those who were misled by my pizza rant, I would agree. Discounts offered to customers who order in Spanish? What’s up with that?
This wasn’t about pizza . . . heck . . . best pot roast lunch I ever ate was served at a hole-in-the-wall mom and pop restaurant on Old Laredo Highway in San Antonio where the musak was Spanish religious.
That you — and apparently so many others — thought the post not coherent or frivolous, wael, hael, google the company. Decide for yourself what they’re about.
Now if you’re interested in puffy tacos . . . I can tell you where to go . . . off the well beaten track.
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