The AT&T Center, better known as the homebase for basketball team the San Antonio Spurs, is upping the arean’s food options with two new restaurants from local chef Johnny Hernandez. He’s expanding his Mexican street food restaurant La Gloria and burger spot Burgerteca to the 1 AT&T Center Parkway center starting in November.
La Gloria focuses on Mexican street food, with tacos, ceviches, tlayudas, tortas, and queso. Burgerteca offers up burgers with Mexican flair, like the al pastor where the beef patty is topped with grilled pineapples and manchego cheese, or the Oaxaca with mole negro and black beans.
Both restaurants will be found on the east balcony level, which will also undergo renovations. There will be a new bar focusing on tequilas and margaritas as well as updated seating areas offering full views of the court below. The AT&T Center also hosts concerts, like Katy Perry, the Weeknd, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, as well as special events.
Currently, the AT&T Center includes Whataburger, a location of Kiss members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley’s Rock & Brews, and a whole bunch of assorted usual concession stands serving up everything from barbecue plates to chicken tenders to corn dogs to funnel cakes.
There are currently four locations of La Gloria, three in San Antonio (one in the airport) and one in Las Vegas, and just one location of Burgerteca in San Antonio.