Bombshells, Mr. and Mrs. G's: San Antonio Current's biggest food stories of 2022

It probably shouldn't be a surprise that San Antonio's top food news stories ran the gamut from openings and closures to expansions and festivals. Our city's culinary pros work tirelessly to broaden our epicurean horizons, after all.

What may come as a shock, however, is that three of our five most-read food stories for the entire year focused on the 25-and-up age limit phenomenon that hit a pair of local bars. Did anyone see that trend coming?

There was also a smattering of meat-focused news — testicles and chubs, specifically. (We can't make this shit up.) And, if the numbers are any indication, readers apparently got excited about SA's current sushi boom.

Dying to learn more? Hunker down with your emotional support snack of choice and read on for the Current's 20 most-read food news stories of 2022. 
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20. Here's where San Antonio military and vets can get free food on Veterans Day
19. Kura Sushi, San Antonio’s first and only conveyor-belt sushi bar, will begin serving next week
18. Tyson Foods recalls 94,000 pounds of ground beef chubs sold in Texas H-E-B stores
17. San Antonio named as the city with the best barbecue in the nation, beating out Austin, Dallas and KC
16. Fast-casual chain Hawaiian Bros Island Grill will open its first San Antonio store this summer
15. San Antonio-based Hometown Burger abruptly closes all of its locations
14. New San Antonio Mexican restaurant gets online praise from lauded chef Andrew Weissman
13. Trio of East Side mom-and-pop businesses worry they may not survive ADA lawsuits
12. San Antonio's latest all-you-can-eat sushi spot, Umiya, is now open
11. San Antonio's Viking Tavern now serving hearty feasts near Leon Valley neighborhood
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