16 Spots to Get Your Street Taco Fix in San Antonio

Let’s face it: San Antonio is a taco lover’s paradise. Whether it’s out of a truck conveniently located at your nearest gas…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Casa Azul de Andrea
    1036 S. Alamo, (210) 451-9393
    What better place to eat tacos than in the casita/restaurant dedicated to Frida Kahlo?
    Photo via Instagram, lisa.22rn
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20 San Antonio Food Trucks Worth Tracking Down

Don't miss out on these San Antonio favorite food truck favorites. If you're a foodie, this is the list that we made…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Cousins Maine Lobster
    (210) 951-8922,
    facebook.com/CMLobsterSanAntonio/
    Got a hankering for some lobster? Cousin Main offers the best lobster dishes on wheels.
    Photo via Instagram
    
    katiedellenback
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20 Places to Slurp Up Delicious Noodles in San Antonio

Whether you're a chopstick, spoon or fork kind of person (hopefully you're not a fork person) there's no wrong way to eat…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Bok Choy
    5130 Broadway St, (210) 437-2200, eatbokchoy.com/index.html
    By no means authentic, but bearing enough veggies that you’ll leave feeling less guilty than if you’d opted for a burger and fries. The menu at Bok Choy is simple enough to navigate, though still extensive. 
    Photo via Instagram,  eatbokchoysa
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San Antonio Donut Shops that Crush Krispy Kreme

Still getting your doughnuts from big chains like Dunkin' Donuts? Opt for something local next time and get a taste of the…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Larder
    Hotel Emma, 136 E. Grayson, (210) 448-8355
    If you're in the mood for a fanciful doughnut, stop by Larder and get a cup of coffee while you're at it. Sit by the river or walk around the Pearl like a tourist — either way, you can't go wrong.
    Photo via Instagram, larderatemma
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27 Fun Things to Do in San Antonio this Week (5/17-5/23)

Here are some of our picks for the best things to see and do in San Antonio this week.

By San Antonio Current Staff

John Mulaney 
    
    Sun., May 21, 7 & 9:30 p.m., Aztec Theatre
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18 Fun Things to Do in San Antonio this Week (5/10-5/16)

Here are some of our picks for the best things to see and do in San Antonio this week.

By San Antonio Current Staff

Asian American and Pacific Island Heritage 
    
    Sun., May 14, 12-4 p.m., Free, Institute of Texan Cultures
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20 Places Where You Can Fuel Up Late at Night

Whether you’re a night owl any day of the week or are in search of good eating during your late night excursions on…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The Hoppy Monk
    1010 N. Loop 1604 E., (210) 545-3330, thehoppymonk.com
    They’re raising the bar in the pub food game. Taste for yourself. Open until 12 a.m. Sunday and Monday, 1 a.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, 2 a.m. Thursday-Saturday.
    Photo via Instagram, vinylscratchhh
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27 San Antonio Bakeries that Are Guaranteed to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

If you have a sweet tooth, then we've got a few places for you in mind. Check out these 27 bakeries in…

By San Antonio Current Staff

La Boulangerie
    
     207 Broadway St.,  facebook.com/laboulangeriesa
    You can guarantee that anything from this family-owned French bakery will be made from scratch and will be absolutely delicious. 
    Photo via Instagram, laboulangeriesa
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Where to Go for the Perfect Lunch Date in San Antonio

Whether you're in a budding romance or you've been with your significant other for several years, the lunch date can be a simple…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Liberty Bar
    1111 S. Alamo St., (210) 227-1187, liberty-bar.com
    
    Although Liberty Bar made the horrendous mistake of abandoning their original location of perfection on Josephine all those years ago, their new home, set in a previously abandoned religious convent in Southtown was a strategic one that paid off. What’s good on the menu? Aside from “everything,” zero in on the following: goat cheese with piloncillo sauce, pot roast sandwich, grilled chicken sandwich, fettuccini with oil, garlic (and add chicken). And finish with an espresso and the Minerva’s pineapple coconut cake. 
    Photo by Jason Risner via Instagram, libertybarsa
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20 Ways to Brunch in San Antonio

Brunch. Love it, hate it, not-sober-enough-for-it, the most important meal of the weekend is also an SA mainstay. From classic dishes to…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Las Canarias
    112 College, (210) 518-1063,  omnihotels.com
    Choose dishes from the griddle or feast on breakfast menu classics. There's no going wrong at Las Canarias.
    Photo via Instagram, agwarren86
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13 Late-Night San Antonio Restaurants to Satisfy Every Craving

For the drunkies, munchies or sustenance for your nocturnal outings, here’s a roundup of our favorite places to fill up before you…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Barbaro
    
    2720 McCullough Ave., (210) 320-2261,  barbarosanantonio.com
    Open until 11:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday; 12:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday, Barbaro’s has the pizza, drinks and late-night atmosphere you need.
    Photo via Instagram, sun_carlos
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10 International Markets in San Antonio You Should Be Shopping At

As a rule, us Texans should consider ourselves blessed to have H-E-B access. And as San Antonians, with H-E-B markets and Pluses…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Tim's Oriental and Seafood Market
    7015 Bandera Rd Ste 8,  (210) 523-1688, Mon.-Sat.:10am-9pm, Sun.:10am-8pm
     Stocked with frozen entrees, tons of sake, a plethora of noodles and snacks, Tim's has stuffed aisles full of Asian favorites. Don't miss out on their selection of veggies, seafood, pork belly and roasted duck, for which Tim's is especially renowned.
    Yelp/Tim's Oriental and Seafood Market
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Moments from Pints & Plates at Paper Tiger Feat. Deep Ellum Brewing

Pints & Plates, a beer dinner and concert series, kicked-off at Paper Tiger, featuring Deep Ellum beer, a 4-course meal family-style meal…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Photo by Jaime Monzon (www.jmonzon.com)
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Tasty Moments from the 2016 Hot Wells Harvest Feast

06/15/2016 Photos by Andrew Lopez

By San Antonio Current Staff

Tasty Moments from the 2016 Hot Wells Harvest Feast
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64 Photos from United We Brunch

06/04/2016 Photos by Chavis Barron

By San Antonio Current Staff

64 Photos from United We Brunch
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26 Flirty Photos from the Out in the City Mixer

Out in the City, a social series hosted by Out in SA, gathered at Francis Bogside last night for delicious food, tasty drinks…

By San Antonio Current Staff

26 Flirty Photos from the Out in the City Mixer
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15 Southtown Eateries Where You Can Grab a Meal for $15

Southtown is home to a plethora of restaurants, many of where it's not difficult to rack up a high bill. However, if…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Hot Joy
    1014 S Alamo St, (210) 368-9324
    Hot Joy has plenty of menu items under $15 to choose from, however, you could visit the eatery on Wednesday and fuel up on $6 chicken wings, leaving room in your budget for some Sho Chiku Bai sake or a locally crafted beer.
    Photo via Instagram/hotjoysa
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15 Kid-friendly Spots where Parents Can Grab a Drink

When you have kids, it's not always easy to escape for a casual drink and some time out. To help with that,…

By San Antonio Current Staff

 The Cove
    606 W. Cypress St., (210) 227-2683
    The Cove just might be the most popular family-friendly hangout in San Antonio, and we can definitely see why. With a great playground area for the kids, food, live music and an extensive beer selection, there's no way you could have a bad night if you're at this place.
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10 Foods Not to Miss Out On at Fiesta

Where else besides Fiesta are you going to find Chicken on a Stick, a margarita paleta and perfectly seasoned elote? Enjoy it…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Just look at the fried sugary goodness. 
    Photo via Instgram/eat_it_b
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Restaurants You'll Find at San Antonio Flavor 2016

The list of local restaurants for San Antonio Flavor 2016 is set. Here are the 35 restaurants exhibiting their culinary work. Enjoy…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The Fairview
    3428 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 731-8009, facebook.com/thefairviewsatx
    If you get a glazed doughnut, you're doing it wrong.
    Photo via Facebook (The Fairview)
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28 San Antonio Valentine's Day Ideas For You And Your Boo

Here's the breakdown for what's in store for next Valentine's Day weekend. Make those reservations ASAP!

By San Antonio Current Staff

Bakery Loraine 
    306 Pearl Pkwy. #110, (210) 862-5582, bakerylorraine.com
    Bakery Lorraine will offer a variety of mouthwatering desserts, including lavender shortbread hearts, strawberry maracon tuxedos, raspberry rose japonaise, chocolate tart mexique, and mahal, a sharing tart for 2 people. Bakery Lorraine will also offer a special Valentine’s Day macaron pack featuring raspberry, passion fruit, and chocolate. 
    Photo via Instagram (bakery_loraine)
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The 25 San Antonio dishes you should eat before you die

We've compiled a list of amazing dishes in Alamo City to help aspiring foodies lost on where to start. From crudité to…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Tonkotsu from Kimura 
    
    Kimura gained local attention for its ramen creations, to the credit of chef Michael Sohocki of Restaurant Gwendolyn. The tonkotsu noodles in pork bone broth are a good place to start. 
    
    Kimura, 152 E. Pecan St. #102, (210) 444-0702, kimurasa.com. 
    
    Photo via Facebook (Elias Popa?)
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25 San Antonio restaurants you might not know about but should

It's easy to fall into patterns. Humans are creatures of habit, plain and simple. We frequent the same neighborhood cafés, order the…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Beto's  
    Beto’s often gets lumped in to the Tex-Mex category, but it’s really more of a Latin restaurant, with complex flavors, plenty of citrus notes and lighter fare overall. The menu is split into four categories–tacos, empanadas, quesadillas and burgers.
    8142 Broadway St., (210) 930-9393
    Photo via Facebook (Beto's Alt Mex)
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The 14 best things we ate this year in San Antonio

Food and nightlife editor Jessica Elizarraras lists her favorite bites of the year.

By San Antonio Current Staff

Chicken Cracklins
    Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery, 136 E. Grayson St., Suite 120, (210) 455-5701
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This is Why You Need to Go to a Texas Cooks’ Co-Op Dinner

Read more & buy your tickets: Future Star Chefs Show-off at Texas Cooks' Co-Op Photos by Texas Cooks' Co-Op

By San Antonio Current Staff

This is Why You Need to Go to a Texas Cooks’ Co-Op Dinner
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Meat Week San Antonio

By San Antonio Current Staff

While we all know that every week is Meat Week here in SATX, this one deserves the moniker.  A tradition started in Florida back in 2005 by a couple of bored coworkers, the carnivorous celebration has spread throughout the country, with chapters in 25 cities.
    
    Part of the Meat Week experience involves crowd sourcing Meat Week "hype" from participants all over, and we find that these submissions really jive with our Texan palettes. 
    
    Check out the hilarious/ridiculous collection of hype then take a gander at the Meat Week San Antonio schedule.
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