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Haymarket - Puffy Taco

During the Spanish Colonial period, San Antonians used to gather to sell produce and livestock. Known as the Haymarket, facades and colorful banners resembling those from the farmer’s markets of old.

One of NIOSA’s most famous and beloved foods is Maria’s Tortillas (a hand-patted, grilled corn tortilla, buttered and filled with cheddar cheese and homemade salsa), was named for Maria Luisa Ochoa. Introduced in the early 1950s, the booth today sells nearly 10,000 servings. Other favorites include: Gorditas, Puffy Tacos, Beef Fajitas and Flautas. Margaritas, beer, and cold drinks are also sold in this area.
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