20 of the Most Anticipated New Restaurants Opening in San Antonio This Year

Yes, we know there's a pandemic going on. Yes, we know that's got to make it hard to open a new restaurant.…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Southerleigh Haute
southerleigh.com/location/southerleigh-haute-south
As the latest concept from the Southerleigh Restaurant Group, Southerleigh Haute South is expected to open at The Rim later this year with fried chicken, biscuits, oysters, craft beers and a full bar.  
Photo via Instagram /  
southerleighhautesouth
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20 San Antonio Restaurants You Haven't Tried But Should

San Antonio has plenty of dining options to choose from, so you'd have to go out a lot to hit them all…

By San Antonio Current Staff

El Remedio
2534 Babcock Road, (210) 981-9797, twitter.com/elremedio_sa
Plan ahead so you can catch this food truck that will definitely hit the spot every time. Just look at that! Do you really need any convincing? These Mexican bites are sinfully delicious, but we don’t think you’ll mind the extra calories when it tastes this good.
Photo via Instagram / sanantoniomunchies
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Noodle Tree Launches New Lunch Menu With Ramen, Rice Bowls and Spicy Miso Cones

When you're surrounded by the beige strip malls and familiar restaurant franchises in the UTSA area, it's easy to miss out on…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Noodle Tree chef Mike Nguyen has developed new dishes like the spicy tuna tartare miso cone.
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25 Essential Medical Center Restaurants You Should've Tried By Now

Whether you work or live in the neighborhood, or maybe just find yourself in the area, these one-of-a-kind Medical Center restaurants are…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Babil Cafe
8132 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 290-8003, facebook.com
Stop by during lunch to take advantage of the buffet of tasty Mediterranean fare with an Iraqi influence. There’s even a breakfast buffet on Sundays! Be sure to have a cup of the lentil soup, trust us. There’s also fun events that include live DJs and belly-dancing.
Photo via Instagram / babilcafe7
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25 Hidden Gem Restaurants Found in San Antonio Strip Malls

Not all great restaurants are easy to find. Sometimes they'll be right in front of your face, but you just miss them…

By San Antonio Current Staff

India Palace
8474 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 692-5262, indiapalacesatx.com
Nestled in the corner of a strip mall in the Medical Center, India Palace holds it down with its authentic dishes. Specializing in North Indian fare, this humble spot features a lunch and dinner buffet with both vegetarian and meat dishes, as well as naan and samosas.
Photo via Instagram / daftcurlsfoodblog
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16 Spots in San Antonio Where You Can Enjoy Live Music on a Patio

As San Antonians, it's pretty much a given that we love to eat, drink booze and jam out to some live music.…

By San Antonio Current Staff

La Botanica
2911 N St Mary's St, (210) 716-0702, vivalabotanica.com
Vegetarian bites, an LGBT-friendly space and live music – why the hell wouldn’t you want to hang out here? While the menu is Tex-Mex inspired, the patio hosts Tejano-inspired lineup.
Photo via Instagram / anagohardo
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The 25 Best San Antonio Restaurants, According to Yelp

Here are the top (translation: highest-rated) places to eat in the San Antonio area according to Yelp users. Do what you will…

By San Antonio Current Staff

15. Paciugo Gelato Caffè
999 E Basse Rd #197, (210) 832-8820, paciugo.com
"The best gelato in San Antonio, hands down! And they let you try all the flavors before ordering!!" – Taylor N.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
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All the Restaurants that will be at Flavor, San Antonio's Biggest Food Event

We're just days away from Flavor, where San Antonio restaurants and bakeries offer up their delicious treats. You'll be able to sample bites…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Kimura
152 E Pecan St, (210) 444-0702, kimurasa.com
The OG ramen bar is coming back to Flavor. Owned by Michael Sohocki, Kimura uses local ingredients to create savory broths and specials.
Photo via Instagram / chifoodiegram
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20 Essential Restaurants in San Antonio to Try On Your Lunch Break

Take a break from the 9-5 grind and enjoy a lunch to power you through the day. From affordable weekday specials to…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Demo’s Greek Food
Multiple locations, demosgreekfood.com
These lunch specials keep it simple: choose from the traditional gyro sandwich or the chicken option. Your meal is complete with Greek salad, fries and a drink.
Photo via Instagram / gabo.tx
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19 Essential Mexican Soups in San Antonio to Warm Your Ass Up

Whether you're recovering from the flu this season, trying to warm up or just craving some tasty Mexican-inspired soups, be sure to…

By San Antonio Current Staff, Gabriella Pawelek

Ajuua! Mexican Grill
11703 Huebner Road, (210) 877-0600, ajuua.net
If you’re looking for fresh Tex-Mex in the Medical Center area, Ajuua! Mexican Grill will not leave you wanting more - in fact, you’ll probably take some to go. While many of their dishes are worth a try (for instance, anything topped with poblano sauce), the pozole will warrant repeat visits. That, and the giant $5 margaritas.
Photo via Facebook / AJUUA Mexican Grill
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20 San Antonio Restaurants Serving Breakfast All Day So You Can Sleep In

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but for y'all that love sleeping in, that's easy to ignore from the…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Pancake Joe’s
Multiple locations, pancakejoes-sa.com
Pancakes come in a number of flavors, including banana, triple berry, strawberry, chocolate chips, pecan, cinnamon roll and even bacon.
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent
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21 San Antonio Bars and Restaurants We’ll Miss in 2018

San Antonio might have seen more than 100 restaurant, coffeeshop, bakery, tea shop, and food truck openings this year, but we also…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Saigon Express
A favorite for pho, Saigon Express abruptly shut down on April 7 after 14 years in the noodle game. The owner declined to give reason for closure.
Photo via  Instagram / ElBeggar
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20 Mediterranean Restaurants in San Antonio You Should Have Eaten at By Now

No need to hop on a plane to get some Mediterranean fare. There's plenty of options here in the Alamo City! Whether…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Athens Xpress
111 S. Flores St., (210) 227-5711
The meats are cut to order from vertical grills behind the counter and are well-flavored, tucked into a split pita bread with some salad, and anointed with a little mild tzatziki sauce.
Photo by Michael Barajas
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The Most Exciting Restaurants and Bars Opening in San Antonio This Fall

Now that 2017 is nearly over (don't blink), we're excited about the number of restaurants and bars that are newly open or…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Bar 301
23567 W. I-10, facebook.com
Frank and Lori Hakspiel, the minds behind Fralo's Art of Pizza, are hoping to turn Bar 301 into a music venue complete with a piano bar, wine and food. The bar features a large patio, VIP room and an island bar, which will make the space versatile enough for meetings and parties alike.
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13 San Antonio Restaurants That Started Off as Food Trucks

San Antonio's food scene is constantly growing, and many local chefs and bakers choose to get their start dishing out treats from…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Where Yat Food TruckThough the truck rolled off into the sunset earlier this year after opening in late 2011, it helped launched The Cookhouse, NOLA Brunch & Beignets (pictured here) and Bud’s Rotisserie for chef Pieter Sypesteyn and wife Susan.111 Kings Ct., (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com.
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