History

Blanca Aldaco opened the restaurant in 1989 at its original Commerce Street location. The restaurant quickly grew to be a local favorite and in 1999, Aldaco’s moved to their current, much larger, location at historic Sunset Station. In March 2008, Aldaco’s in the Stone Oak area opened it’s doors, fulfilling a dream of operating a restaurant in the north side of San Antonio.

A native of Guadalajara, Mexico, Blanca’s name has become synonymous with authentic Mexican cuisine. Her contributions have elevated the taste and style of the city’s cuisine offerings and have helped to bring national recognition to San Antonio as the undisputed capital of Mexican food. With three locations in San Antonio, Aldaco’s has grown to be a favorite destination for San Antonians looking to savor our unique Avocado Margarita, traditional chicken enchiladas or Original Pastel Tres Leches.

Let Aldaco’s transport you to Mèxico for traditional, cantina-style dining. Aldaco’s is available nightly for private events and offers cooking classes perfect for team building or interactive dinner events.