30 Essential Northeast San Antonio Restaurants You Should've Tried By Now

From Austin Highway to Rittiman, we rounded up some of the best go-to Northeast San Antonio restaurants that you're bound to love.
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Wayne’s Wings
2427 Austin Hwy, (210) 300-3891, 
This spot may still be considered a hidden gem, and we’re not quite sure how. With dozens of flavor of wings (both sauces and rubs) and good-as-heck limeade, Wayne’s Wings will have you stopping by regularly.
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Wayne’s Wings
2427 Austin Hwy, (210) 300-3891,
This spot may still be considered a hidden gem, and we’re not quite sure how. With dozens of flavor of wings (both sauces and rubs) and good-as-heck limeade, Wayne’s Wings will have you stopping by regularly.
Photo via Instagram / durstcrewofficial
L & L Hawaiian Grill
1302 Austin Hwy #1, (210) 474-6699, llhawaiiangrill.com
Served in to-go containers in true Hawaiian fashion, L & L will have you feeling like you’re kicking back on the beach. Go for the ramen burger or opt for something more traditional like Spam & eggs or Loco Moco (hamburger patties over white rice, topped with eggs and covered with brown gravy).
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L & L Hawaiian Grill
1302 Austin Hwy #1, (210) 474-6699, llhawaiiangrill.com
Served in to-go containers in true Hawaiian fashion, L & L will have you feeling like you’re kicking back on the beach. Go for the ramen burger or opt for something more traditional like Spam & eggs or Loco Moco (hamburger patties over white rice, topped with eggs and covered with brown gravy).
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent
The Big Bib BBQ
104 Lanark Dr, (210) 654-8400, thebigbib.com
The O.G. Big Bib keeps the barbecue coming out fresh and smokey – thanks to cooking for up to 14 hours. Order by the pound or for yourself, it’s good either way. Be sure to visit on Chicken Wing Wednesday, when you get to choose as many as you want at $1.65 each.
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The Big Bib BBQ
104 Lanark Dr, (210) 654-8400, thebigbib.com
The O.G. Big Bib keeps the barbecue coming out fresh and smokey – thanks to cooking for up to 14 hours. Order by the pound or for yourself, it’s good either way. Be sure to visit on Chicken Wing Wednesday, when you get to choose as many as you want at $1.65 each.
Photo via Instagram / atif
Erick’s Tacos
12715 Nacogdoches Rd, (210) 590-0994
Open until 4 a.m., Erick’s Tacos hits the spot whether you’re drunk off your ass or sober. If you stop by during the day, take advantage of the fruteria next door.
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Erick’s Tacos
12715 Nacogdoches Rd, (210) 590-0994
Open until 4 a.m., Erick’s Tacos hits the spot whether you’re drunk off your ass or sober. If you stop by during the day, take advantage of the fruteria next door.
Photo via Instagram / ayo_vinnie
Moseley’s Burger House
13777 Nacogdoches Rd, (210) 598-2463, facebook.com
Looking for a tasty, yet affordable burger? Moseley’s delivers just that with $6.49 combos with a burger, side item and drink.
Photo via Instagram / eat_it_b
Moseley’s Burger House
13777 Nacogdoches Rd, (210) 598-2463, facebook.com
Looking for a tasty, yet affordable burger? Moseley’s delivers just that with $6.49 combos with a burger, side item and drink.
Photo via Instagram / eat_it_b
Kosta’s Greek Food
12606 Nacogdoches Rd, (210) 590-6969
San Antonio has its share of Greek fare, and Kosta’s definitely makes its mark on the food scene. Opt for the daily gyro sandwich combos for less than $7.
Photo via Instagram / patty_garcia228
Kosta’s Greek Food
12606 Nacogdoches Rd, (210) 590-6969
San Antonio has its share of Greek fare, and Kosta’s definitely makes its mark on the food scene. Opt for the daily gyro sandwich combos for less than $7.
Photo via Instagram / patty_garcia228
Arirang
2154 Austin Hwy, (210) 650-3845, arirang-san-antonio.com
This Austin Highway spot should be on your shortlist for tasty Korean bites. With special lunch and late-night menus, Arirang will keep you coming back for more – even if that means a trek across the city.
Photo via Instagram / heavy_breather
Arirang
2154 Austin Hwy, (210) 650-3845, arirang-san-antonio.com
This Austin Highway spot should be on your shortlist for tasty Korean bites. With special lunch and late-night menus, Arirang will keep you coming back for more – even if that means a trek across the city.
Photo via Instagram / heavy_breather
30 Essential Northeast Side San Antonio Restaurants You Should've Tried By Now
Teka Molino
1007 Rittiman Rd, (210) 257-5514, tekamolino.com
More than 60 years in the business and two San Antonio locations means Teka Molino knows what it’s doing. That, and the fact that the breakfast tacos always come through. Trust us, you’ll want to visit this spot soon.
Photo via Instagram / jesselizarraras
Teka Molino
1007 Rittiman Rd, (210) 257-5514, tekamolino.com
More than 60 years in the business and two San Antonio locations means Teka Molino knows what it’s doing. That, and the fact that the breakfast tacos always come through. Trust us, you’ll want to visit this spot soon.
Photo via Instagram / jesselizarraras
The Last Slice
3021 MacArthur View, (210) 994-5661, thelastslice.net
Order to choose by the slice during lunch (or happy hour from 4-5 p.m.), or customize a pie for you and the fam/squad. Don’t worry, on top of delicious pizza, this spot is affordable, too.
Photo via Instagram / franktheref
The Last Slice
3021 MacArthur View, (210) 994-5661, thelastslice.net
Order to choose by the slice during lunch (or happy hour from 4-5 p.m.), or customize a pie for you and the fam/squad. Don’t worry, on top of delicious pizza, this spot is affordable, too.
Photo via Instagram / franktheref