The owner of Black Potion bets San Antonio is ready to embrace a bar for board games (and more)

The 6,500-square-foot bar has private rooms for tabletop gaming and even a 49-seat theater.

By Nina Rangel

Nestled in the same Fredericksburg strip that hosts the historic Woodlawn Theatre and music venue The Starlighter, new bar Black Potion boasts impressive craft beer and wine lists. Neither those nor its hip location are intended as its primary draw...

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20 iconic San Antonio foods and drinks that show what our city is all about

Over recent years, San Antonio has racked up plenty of recognition for being a culinary destination. No small part of that comes…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Fiesta favorite chicken-on-a-stick is basically the supreme food booth snack from all of Fiesta. San Antonians look forward to eating it all year, and usually commemorate their first chicken-on-a-stick of the season with a selfie. It’s inspired chicken-on-a-stick necklaces, earrings, stickers and more from local designers, and has appeared on menus across SA so folks can get their fix. Thank goodness for that.
Photo by Jaime Monzon
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The best bars and nightlife spots in San Antonio, according to our readers

We asked, and San Antonio answered! Here are the Best of San Antonio Nightlife winners of 2022.

By San Antonio Current Staff

Best Music Venue
Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 666-6666, papertigersatx.com
Photo by Daniel Conrad
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The best food and drinks in San Antonio, according to our readers

The people of San Antonio have spoken! Here are the Best of San Antonio Food & Drink winners for 2022.

By San Antonio Current Staff

Best Burger
Chris Madrid’s, 1900 Blanco Rd., (210) 735-3552, chrismadrids.com
Photo via Instagram / chrismadrids
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22 San Antonio-area restaurants we said goodbye to so far in 2022

Though it looks like San Antonio's restaurant scene is finally recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, it's the nature of the foodservice business…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Nestle Toll House Café – Culebra Commons
6626 W. Loop 1604 N., Suite 215
What seemed like a promising new location on the cusp of Helotes only stayed in business for four years — two of those heavily affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Owner Sherryl Ramirez announced that the closure was due to the pandemic and rising supply costs. 
Photo via Facebook / Nestle Toll House Cafe by Chip - Culebra Commons
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