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30 New San Antonio Restaurants that We Can’t Get Enough Of 

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With new restauants and popping up each week in San Antonio, we don't blame you if you haven't been able to keep up. That's why we've put together this list of new eateries that have popped up this year that we can't get enough of.
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Bexar Pub
114 Brooklyn Ave., facebook.com/bexarpub
This Eastside-local pub’s delicious drinks will help you “Bexar” the Texas heat. Don’t forget to refuel on their variety of tasty menu items, where you can add avocado to any burger.
Photo via Instagram, bexarpub_satx
Bubble Waffle Bar
7755 Eckhert Rd., (210) 425-9813, facebook.com/bubblewafflebar
The scrumptious sweets at this Hong Kong waffle bar will make all your childhood dreams come true. Don’t try and fight it, just let your sweet tooth take the wheel.
Photo via Instagram, huni_senpaiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Bud’s Rotisserie
312 Pearl Pkwy., (210) 600-3291, facebook.com/budsrotisserie
Bud’s Rotisserie, recently opened as an installment of The Bottling Department Food Hall, takes a contemporary angle on classic Southern dishes. This spot features juicy rotisserie chicken and savory Louisiana-style porchetta, as well as a wide selection of accompanying sides.
Photo via Instagram, s.a.foodie
El Bucanero's third location
8300 Marbach Rd., (210) 645-7337, bucanerosanantonio.com
San Antonio’s favorite seafood restaurant opened its third location this year off Marbach Road.
Photo via Instagram, juanbalanis
Fletcher’s Burgers
312 Pearl Pkwy., facebook.com/fletchershamburgers
Sergio Remolina is perhaps the freshest face in the batch of restaurateurs to join the Food Hall, but his resume is equally impressive. Remolina left his position with the CIA to open Fletcher's, a casual joint that aims to deliver burgers made with quality ingredients. Brioche buns will be shipped in from Tribeca Ovens in New Jersey, chicken will come from Red Bird Farms and 100 percent grass-fed beef will be used for this endeavor. Expect three burgers, one crispy chicken sandwich, a hot dog and grilled cheese for the kiddos.
Photo via Instagram, historicpearl
Fratello’s Downtown Cafe
115 Plaza de Armas, Suite 107, (210) 444-0277, fratellosdeli.com
Casual Italian fare with a delicious flair is back in the Downtown area. Fratello's Deli opened a second location inside the former home of O'liva Healthy Cuisine & Tasting Room earlier this year.
Photo via Instagram, tacosaur34
Kung Fu Kitchen
1010 S. Flores St., (210) 267-9277, facebook.com/kungfupatiobar
Don’t be fooled by this kitchen’s small set-up; its Chinese-style cuisine is big in flavor. Kung-fu kitchen has a wide variety of menu items, which include everything from burgers and flatbreads to dim sum and stir-fry.
Photo via Instagram, purochela
Local Coffee's two new locations
4115 Pond Hill Lane, Suite 101, (210) 362-1550; 7338 Louis Pasteur Dr. Suite 204, (210) 474-0543, localcoffee.com
The coffee gods blessed us with Local Coffee in 2009 and San Antonio hasn't been the same since. With more then a handful of third-wave coffee shops in the city, Local Coffee is still leading the pack in growth.
Photo via Instagram, localcoffeesa
Lucky Noodle
8525 Blanco Road, (210) 267-9717
The Kungfu Noodle empire has expanded ever so slightly with the opening of Lucky Noodle, opened by the son of the KFN owners. The new location is almost palatial when compared to its predecessor off Bandera Road, and features more than 1,500 square feet of seating and open kitchen area (so you can watch the noodles being pulled and stretched.
Photo by Jessica Elizarraras.
Cafe Martinez
7302 Louis Pasteur Dr. Suite 101, (210) 231-0095, usa.cafemartinez.com
At Cafe Martinez, you can enjoy everything from scrumptious sweets to savory sandwiches--all with a side of their freshly-roasted coffee.
Photo via Instagram, revadiehard
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Maybelle’s
312 Pearl Pkwy., (210) 267-9578, facebook.com/MaybellesDonuts
Maybelle’s delicious donuts are almost too pretty to eat. Almost. However, you don’t have to guilt yourself with ruining one of these treats, because this sweet spot offers a wide variety of indulgences. When you go to Maybelle’s, look forward to fried pies, coffee, and soft-serve ice cream as well.
Photo via Instagram, maybelles_donuts
NOLA Brunch & Beignets
111 Kings Court, (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com
At this New Orleans-style eatery, you can satisfy cravings for light breakfast, a hearty lunch, or both. And of course, you can never go wrong with their stuffed beignets.
Photo via Instagram, emmascottrichardson
Sam’s Boat
1827 N. Loop 1604 E., Suite 103, (281) 924-2758, samsboat.com
The San Antonio spot joined locations in Austin, Cypress, Lake Conroe, Seabrook and the original Richmond location on January 30. Expect to find lunch staples such as fish and shrimp baskets for lunch, along with Tex-Mex, burgers, sandwiches and Gulf-inspired specials.
Photo via Instagram, mapraw_mp
Scratch Kitchen
607 W. Russell Pl., (210) 630-2220, facebook.com/scratchsanantonio
Scratch, which opened its doors for the first time in San Antonio in March, is located in a restored historic home in the Alta Vista neighborhood. Unable to resist the allure of fresh baked goods, you’ll probably find yourself stopping this spot pretty often in months to come.
Photo via Instagram, jessnlee
Signature
6401 La Cantera Pkwy., (210) 247-0176, destinationhotels.com/signature-restaurant
Andrew Weissman, no stranger to high-end culinary concepts, steadfastly denies that Signature, his spare-no-expense new restaurant on the flanks of La Cantera’s golf greens (the building itself a former golf “academy”), is a fine-dining establishment. There are no tablecloths on the gleaming, recycled-wood tabletops, he asserts; the prices are below those of most such restaurants (tellingly true when compared to high-end steakhouses); and, it should be noted that the sommelier (maybe we should just call him the wine guy) may be suited but he is also tieless. Oh, and there’s a burger, albeit Wagyu, on the menu.
Photo via Instagram, signaturesanantonio
Snooze
255 E. Basse Rd. Suite 160, (210) 937-1063, snoozeeatery.com
The Denver-based, all-breakfast-foods-all-the-time chain, will opened its doors March 1 inside the former EZ's Brick Oven and Grill at The Quarry. With menu items that such as breakfast pot pie and pineapple upside down pancakes, this place has easily become a favorite among San Antonians.
Photo via Instagram, beyonndblessed
Tenko Ramen
312 Pearl Pkwy., tenkoramen.com
At Tenko Ramen, you can taste so many mouthwatering, savory flavors in a single bowl. Their menu items include a wide selection of add-ons, so you can really make your ramen experience unique.
Photo via Instagram, tenkoramen
The Art of Donut
3428 N St Mary's St., artofdonut.com.
The Art of Donut may be new to St. Mary's St., but the doughnut food trailer has had us loving this place for nearly a year now, so the brick-and-mortar is a much welcomed new neighbor.
Photo via Instagram, melofthewoods
The Good Kind
312 Pearl Pkwy., (210) 455-2834, eatgoodkind.com
At The Good Kind, you can enjoy hearty meals that are both sustainable and scrumptious. With their weekly meal delivery system and custom diet options, healthy eating is made easy.
Photo via Instagram, eatgoodkind
The Lost Cajun
5602 W. Hausman Rd., (210) 455-2757, thelostcajun.com
The northwest side area gained more po'boys as of March with the opening of The Lost Cajun, the Colorado-based chain that opened at 5602 Hausman Road, Suite 102.
Photo via Instagram, _minitacos
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The Rose Bush
2301 San Pedro Ave., (210) 621-8908, facebook.com/TheRoseBushSA
Owned by Robert and McKayla Rose, owners of Philly's Phamous Cheesesteaks, The Rose Bush serves as a food truck park with indoor/outdoor seating options and it's BYOB so you can pair your cheesesteak with whatever craft brew or red wine you're into these days.
Photo via Instagram, adventurous_adventure
Toro Kitchen Bar
115 N. Loop 1604 E. Suite 1105, (210) 592-1075, torokitchenandbar.com
Since February, the north side has been getting a taste for Spanish-style fare as brother-and-sister team Vanessa and Gerardo De Anda opened Toro Kitchen + Bar on 1604.
Photo via Instagram, torokitchenandbar
La Panaderia — Houston St. Location
301 E. Houston St., (210) 375-6746, lapanaderia.com
More than a year after announcing its intentions to open a second location in the former home of Toscana Ristorante, La Panadería opened its doors with almost twice as much square footage, a gleaming new kitchen, new menu items and seating for just about any occasion, be it date night, family gathering or quick work-day lunch.
Photo via Instagram, yennabenna
Urban Bricks — Pat Booker Road location
8000 Pat Booker Rd, Suite 100, (210) 967-0001, urbanbrickspizza.com
Marking its fifth location in San Antonio, Urban Bricks opened a location in Live Oak in March with plans to open several more locations in the San Antonio area by the end of the year.
Photo via Instagram, torokitchenandbar
Walk-On’s
1400 Pantheon Way, Hollywood Pk., (210) 451-0563, walk-ons.com
The city's north side will gained a taste of New Orleans this summer when Walk-On's Bistreaux & Bar opened. Co-owned by Drew Brees (of New Orleans Saints fame) as of 2015, Walk-On's was launched in 2003 by college pals Brandon Landry and Jack Warner in Baton Rouge.
Photo via Instagram, sanantoniomunchies
Periphery on Main
2512 N. Main Ave., (210) 966-0404, peripherysa.com
Like Beat Street Coffee Co. and The Old Main Assoc. before it, a new restaurant has found a home at 2512 N. Main Ave. This time, chef Mark Weaver, formerly of Tre Trattoria is hoping to entice the neighborhood with Periphery on Main, which opened in February of this year.
Photo via Instagram, bornandgraisedsa
Steel City Pops
812 S. Alamo St. Suite 101, (210) 963-6540, steelcitypops.com
Steel City Pops is a privately owned popsicle company opened its first location in Homewood, Alabama (a suburb of Birmingham) in 2012. Since them owner Jim Watkins and co. have expanded across Alabama, Tennessee and now Texas with 22 total stores in the forecast by the end of the year.
Photo via Instagram, bcgnzlz27
Slim Chickens
12530 Bandera Rd., (210) 455-7389, slimchickens.com
A new fast-casual concept coming from America's Heartland, Slim Chickens is the perfect place to sample fried okra, fried pickles, fried mushrooms, and of course, chicken and waffles.
Photo via Instagram, boss_naas
Carnitas Lonja
1107 Roosevelt Ave., (210) 612-3626
Pork carnitas are the star of the show at the new project by former Lüke cook, Alex Paredes, which opened early this summer.
Photo via Instagram, carnitas_lonja
Sabor Cocina Bar
5313 McCullough Ave., (210) 314-7760, saborcocinabar.com
If you like your waffles with a side of chilaquiles, then Sabor Cocina Bar is the spot for you. This restaurant features a breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu with top picks from Latin-American cuisine.
Photo via Instagram, saborcocinabar
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Bexar Pub
114 Brooklyn Ave., facebook.com/bexarpub
This Eastside-local pub’s delicious drinks will help you “Bexar” the Texas heat. Don’t forget to refuel on their variety of tasty menu items, where you can add avocado to any burger.
Photo via Instagram, bexarpub_satx

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