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Tucked into the Texas Hill Country, an hour and a half northwest of San Antonio, and about the same drive west from Austin or southeast from San Angelo, is a delightful little restaurant that the locals rave about.

The object of their affection is SANTOS TAQUERIA, and you can find it on the southeast corner of the town square in Mason, Texas, population 2,300.

Featured as one of the Hill Country's top 25 best places by Texas Monthly Magazine and praised in The Austin Chronicle, SANTOS TAQUERIA features authentic Mexican dishes and a casual atmosphere.
The proprietor, Santos Silerio, prides herself on preparing everything from scratch, just like grandma did. The broad menu features gorditas (with your choice of different fillings), chalupas, taquitos, quesadillas and nachos. And, don't forget to try the salsas, made fresh daily!

The warm and comfortable ambience of this small-town treasure makes dining a true delight, whether you choose to be inside or outdoors on the covered patio. If you're in a hurry, you can always order your food to go.




Hours:
Thursday thru Saturday 11 a.m. until 9 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Closed Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday


205 San Antonio Street (Southeast Corner of the Square)

(325) 347-6140

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