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17 New San Antonio Restaurants and Bars You Should Have Tried By Now 

Battalion
604 S. Alamo St., (210) 816-0088, battalionsa.com
On the Italian side of things, Andrew Goodman and chef Stefan Bowers unleashed Battalion on San Antonio. The eatery, housed inside the renovated Firehouse No. 7, is stylish and sleek. Early adopters have found hits in the house-made pasta, amaro cart and meatballs.
Photo via Instagram, miss_eater_tx
NOLA Brunch & Beignets
111 Kings Court, (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com
Chef Pieter Sypesteyn and wife Susan blessed us with a Nawlins-style brunch. Open Tuesday through Saturday, this BYOB joint serves up hot beignets stuffed with sweet lemon curd, Cajun tortilla espanolas and delicious pain perdu.
Photo via Instagram, nola_brunchsa
Local Coffee (Shavano Park)
4115 Pond Hill Lane #101, (210) 994-6601, localcoffeesa.com
You can never have too much coffee. For Robby Grubbs and the staff at Local Coffee, that rang ever more true this March as they opened a sixth location with coffee roasted by Merit and a line of grab-and-go snacks from Bakery Lorraine.
Photo via Instagram, Local Coffee
Snooze
255 E Basse Rd Suite #160, (210) 937-1063, snoozeeatery.com
Denver-based Snooze, an A.M. Eatery landed in SA with Benny duos, loaded pancake flights, crisp hash browns and bloody marys to wake you up from the previous night’s misadventures. Get there early.
Photo via Instagram, starvin.marvin.sa
Lucky Noodle
8525 Blanco Road, (210) 267-9717
The key word here is spacious. The sister eatery to Kungfu Noodle opened with soups and bowls of hand-pulled noodles, and an expanded menu inside a MUCH bigger location.
Photo via Facebook, San Antonio Munchies
Kuma San Antonio
6565 Babcock Road
Your new favorite dessert is here San Antonio. Tricked out Hong Kong waffles, filled with ice cream, mochi, Pocky sticks, syrups, sprinkles and more can be found nightly at Kuma.
Photo via Instagram, kuma.satx
Toro Kitchen + Bar
115 N Loop 1604 E #1105, (210) 592-1075, torokitchenandbar.com
Paellas, Spanish wine-based drinks, and tapas are to be had at this new north side spot opened by brother and sister Gerardo and Vanessa DeAnda.
Photo via Instagram, safood.e
Scratch Kitchen
607 W Russell Place, (210) 630-2220, facebook.com/scratchsanantonio
Alta Vista has a new bakery by way of the Valley. Scratch opened with a line of sandwiches, pastries and coffee.
Photo via Instagram, tinoag
L-Taco Stone Oak
19202 Stone Oak Parkway, (210) 495-8226, l-taco.com The northside gained a legit taco shop with a capital L when L-Taco opened this March. Taquitos & Panaderia West Ave Taquitos West Ave. is traveling east with their second location, this time indoors off Nacogdoches. The shop also features an authentic panaderia for dessert purposes.
Photo via Instagram, s.a.vory
Cafe Martinez
7302 Louis Pasteur Drive, usa.cafemartinez.com
We’re not saying you might see Manu, but we are saying this Argentina-based coffee shop is worth whiling away an afternoon in. Stop by for empanadas, chocolaty submarinos and more.
Photo by Jessica Elizarraras
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Periphery
2512 N Main Ave, (210) 966-0404, peripherysa.com
Mark Weaver, formerly with Tre Trattoria, is on his own with Periphery inside the former Old Main Assoc. The restaurant is bright and airy and the dishes are affordable and accessible. Find magical catfish and luxurious hanger steak here.
Photo via Instagram, peripherysa
The Rose Bush
2301 San Pedro Ave, (210) 621-8908, facebook.com/TheRoseBushSA
The city’s latest food truck park features frequent stops by Philly’s Phamous Cheesesteaks, Ay Papi’s and Bad to the Bone BBQ. Bonus: They’re BYOB.
Photo via Instagram, adventurous_adventure
Urban Bricks Pizza Live Oak
8000 Pat Booker Rd #100, (210) 967-0001, urbanbrickspizza.com
It’s like Chipotle, but for pizza and it’s making your pizza dreams come true with another location. Go nuts and design your own pie.
Photo via Instagram, safood.e
Carnitas Lonja
1107 Roosevelt Ave.
Former Luke cook Alex Paredes is bringing Michoacan-style tortas to the Baja Lavaca neighborhood.
Photo via Instagram, carnitas_lonja
Bexar Pub
114 Brooklyn Ave, (210) 236-7828, facebook.com/bexarpub
Your new happy hour spot is in the East Side. The guys behind Folc and Park Social opened Bexar Pub with a list of affordable, fun and delicious cocktails.
Photo via Instagram, Bexar Pub
New Bars & Restaurants Gold Bar
3400 S. Flores St.
The latest venture by the guys behind Nightrocker and Southtown 101, Gold Bar packs in the golden touches within this neighborhood bar.
Photo via Instagram, hegoldbarsatx
Sabor Cocina Bar
Bandera Festival Shopping Center, 8425 Bandera Rd #106, (210) 680-9298, sabor.me
Ok, Sabor might isn't technically open yet, but check out the new eatery that is going into the former Mezcaleria Mixtli spot.
Photo via Instagram, Sabor

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Battalion
604 S. Alamo St., (210) 816-0088, battalionsa.com
On the Italian side of things, Andrew Goodman and chef Stefan Bowers unleashed Battalion on San Antonio. The eatery, housed inside the renovated Firehouse No. 7, is stylish and sleek. Early adopters have found hits in the house-made pasta, amaro cart and meatballs.
Photo via Instagram, miss_eater_tx
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