For a San Antonio flavor bomb, stake your claim to a sidewalk table or sit inside amid the contemporary folk art. We love the corn tortillas, made from freshly ground masa at Hernandez’s local molino, as homestyle and fresh as the breads and tequila infusions and other ingredients featured here. Known for its small plates (and the fruit cups, aguas frescas, and licuados that prove the name), the Frutería serves stylish ceviches and creamy grilled panela cheese with fruit chutney to start. Follow up with tostadas, tortas, or chicken tinga gorditas. This is not your ordinary taco spot.