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San Antonio AAPI Heritage Month restaurant passport returns

Show your support at favorite local restaurants and receive a discount on your check.

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Ming’s is known for its delicious Pan-Asian comfort food and recently opened a second location in La Cantera Heights.

Photo by Ming’s

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If you didn’t know, the month of May was designated as Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage month by Congress in 1992 as a way to celebrate and commemorate the contributions of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the US.

Launched in 2022, San Antonio businesses Sari-Sari SATX and Deux South Creative have come together again to create the 2024 edition of the AAPI Heritage Month Restaurant Passport for the Alamo City.

Here’s how it works

  • Download and print a passport.
  • Visit any participating restaurant during the month of May with your passport.
  • Tag the restaurant and @SATX.AAPI on Instagram or Facebook to receive a 10% discount off your purchase — this will also enter you into a raffle for free Spurs Swag.

Participating restaurants

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Don’t forget to take a look at the wallpaper at Best Quality Daughter.

Photo by SATXtoday team

This year, 24 restaurants are participating in the passport program. Here are a few to visit:

Check out the full list.

While we encourage you to join + participate in this wonderful initiative, dining in or picking up from any local AAPI restaurant year-round will not only show your support, but help our AAPI community continue to grow for years to come.

Make sure to follow AAPI-San Antonio on Instagram for events and community initiatives.

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