Mi Familia de Mi Tierra Located in The Rim Opens Mi Mercado Pop-up
La Familia Cortez’s Mi Mercado Pop-Up shop has expanded to the north side. Open at Mi Familia de Mi Tierra, located in the RIM, the shop is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Household essentials such as toilet paper, eggs, tortillas, sanitizing wipes, along with fresh produce are available to purchase. Mi Familia is also selling margaritas by the gallon, DIY margarita, paloma, and michelada packs and an assortment of individual beers, wines and liquors. The full kitchen is closed, but daily patio grilling specials such as pollo asodo and hamburguesa al carbon are available while supplies last. Check social media for most updates on daily specials.
To order, simply pull up curbside to the restaurant and a team member will be out to take your order.
Location: 18403 IH-10 W, SAN ANTONIO, TX 78257
Pop-up Hours: 10 am to 6 pm daily
Socials: Facebook @mifamiliarim Twitter @mifamiliarim and Instagram @mifamiliarim
About Mi Familia at the Rim Café y Panadería
After seven celebrated decades downtown, the Cortez family’s rich cultura continues at our newest restaurant, located at The RIM. We invite you to gather around our family table, where everyone is welcomed as a member of our Familia.
A beautiful blend of past and present, Mi Familia’s menus pay homage to our restaurants’ most popular dishes over the years, and shine a spotlight on our newest North Side flavors. We also uphold the cherished traditions of Market Square, with pan dulce and Mexican candy from Mi Tierra’s famed bakery and the signature margaritas, classic cervezas, and craft cocktails you know and love.
At Our Table, Everyone is a Member of Our Familia
About La Familia Cortez Restaurants
La Familia Cortez Restaurants began when founder and family patriarch Pedro Cortez purchased a fledgling café in San Antonio’s Market Square for $150. With family recipes and a dedication to customer service, he and his wife Cruz worked side-by-side to make the venture a success. That humble beginning planted a seed that has grown into some of the most iconic restaurants in San Antonio, as well as the cornerstone of the city’s Historic Market Square and the heartbeat of Latino culture in the Alamo City.