Naco Mexican Eatery, a restaurant and food truck concept founded in San Antonio, is adding a new brick-and-mortar in the city — planning to open at the upcoming Pearl area shipping container development SA Yacht Club.
Alongside tenants such as Bexar Goods, Sari-Sari, and Sippy’s Beer and Wine, the SA Yacht Club Instagram page shares that the eatery is slated to open sometime this fall.
“We are very grateful to expand into this new location and continue to share our food that includes our own family flavors,” Owners Francisco Estrada and Lizzeth Martinez share with SA Current.
Consistent with the existing restaurant, Naco Mexican Eatery will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — offering Mexican staples such as tacos, chilaquiles, enchiladas, and tortas, among much more.
For readers who are unfamiliar with the Naco Mexican Eatery, the concept began as a food truck before opening its first brick-and-mortar spot in 2021 in Northeast San Antonio.
“We can’t wait to bring Naco to this area and work alongside the other tenants at SA Yacht Club,” Estrada and Martinez tell the journal, adding that the 310 Grayson Street spot will offer patio seating and a pickup window for to-go orders.