The 30 best San Antonio restaurants when you have $10 or less

Whether you're making big bucks or living on a shoestring budget, there's something to be said for tucking in to an enjoyable…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Fish Lonja
1107 Roosevelt Ave., 210-612-3626,
Seafood isn’t usually an option when dining on a budget, but Fish Lonja’s stripped-down approach puts the focus on ingredients, not fancy overhead. The delectable Baja-style fish tacos are fresh, filling and just $5 a pop.
Photo via Instagram / fish_lonja
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30 San Antonio restaurants and bars with bike-friendly patios

San Antonio's bar and restaurant scene has no shortage of sun-dappled patio space for cyclists to post up for a beer or…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The Friendly Spot
943 S Alamo St., (210) 224-2337,
The Friendly Spot is a must-stop on a Southtown ride. 
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25 San Antonio restaurants that opened during the pandemic that you might have missed

Despite the many hardships that faced the bar and restaurant industry last year — thanks, COVID — San Antonio is now awash…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Hops & Hounds
13838 Jones Maltsberger Rd.,
If you’re looking to spend more time outdoors, look no further than this new dog-friendly joint in Northeast San Antonio. Hops & Hounds specializes in classic American bites, adult beverages and space for the little ones and pups to play. 
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Five stylish Mid-Century Modern homes for sale in San Antonio for $450,000 or less

The stately homes of San Antonio's King William and Monte Vista historic districts may be the real estate eye candy most folks…

By San Antonio Current Staff

400 Meadowbrook Dr, 1958
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20 things in San Antonio that are gone but we’d really like back

San Antonio's recent growth has brought along some great things, but it's also changed the character of our city. We've lost local…

By San Antonio Current Staff

El Mirador
This storied Southtown fixture closed permanently in 2018 after more than 50 years serving a blend of Tex-Mex staples and upscale takes on Mexican cuisine. Blue Star artists, city hall politicians and longtime regulars made up its diverse and loyal clientele. The restaurant's closure certainly seemed to mark the end of an era for its south-of-downtown neighborhood.
Photo by Kody Melton
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20 outdoor activities in San Antonio for your spring bucket list

The sun's warming up, school's winding down and summer is just around the bend. This is the time of year that San…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Practice your photography skills at the Japanese Tea Garden 3853 N St Mary's St., (210) 207-7275, Bring your camera to the Japanese Tea Garden and put your amateur photography skills to the test, capturing images of numerous tropical and native plants, koi ponds and a 60-foot waterfall. Take a break from the camera and head to the Jingu House Café for a bento box and a blooming tea pot.             Photo via Instagram / texascountrypups
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Pabst-sponsored event brings new murals to downtown San Antonio

Arts initiatives have become a hallmark of the 177-year-old Pabst Brewing Co.'s modern era. Most recently, the San Antonio-based company behind hipster-approved…

By Bryan Rindfuss, San Antonio Current Staff

Pabst-sponsored event brings new murals to downtown San Antonio
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10 cute houses for sale in San Antonio that were built before 1940

Old neighborhoods and old houses have character. They were built one of a kind and built to last. Good thing there are…

By San Antonio Current Staff

727 N Palmetto, 1920
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All the freakish sights we saw at Paranormal Cirque this weekend in San Antonio

Part circus, part theater and part cabaret, Paranormal Cirque began its run in San Antonio this weekend. The touring big-top show brings…

By San Antonio Current Staff

All the freakish sights we saw at Paranormal Cirque this weekend in San Antonio
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San Antonio's creepiest haunted spots and urban legends

San Antonio loves spooky shit, and we love it too. From the Alamo City's most notorious urban legends to its many spooky…

By San Antonio Current Staff

San Pedro Springs Park
San Pedro Springs is the second oldest park in the U.S. — how could it not be haunted? There have been reports of park visitors hearing children’s voices and laughter even when there’s no one else in the park. Adult ghosts are one thing, but kids? Shudder.
Photo via Instagram / mixmaster_mo
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23 San Antonio influencers you should be following on Instagram

One thing we love about SA is the fact that the cultural and social landscapes are constantly evolving. It's a beautiful thing,…

By San Antonio Current Staff

This SA native shares puro culture and entertainment news and highlights partnerships with local and national businesses alike.  
Photo via Instagram / puropinchesa
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These adorable animals are ready to be adopted right now in San Antonio

If you're looking for a furry companion to soak up the sun with you this spring, the San Antonio Humane Society would…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Sterling, Pet ID 45930591
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These San Antonio restaurants are serving up Mom-worthy brunches

Time for a reality check, SA: we are T-minus two weekends from Mother's Day. On the off-chance you're like us and haven't…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Whiskey Cake
15900 La Cantera Pkwy Ste 21200, (210) 236-8095,
Need Mother’s Day plans? When in doubt, take her to Whiskey Cake for farm-to-kitchen dishes and their one-of-a-kind cocktails. 
Photo via Instagram / whiskeycakesa
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Everyone we saw at the grand opening of Devil's River Whiskey Distillery in downtown San Antonio

In case you hadn’t yet heard, downtown San Antonio is now home to the Devil’s River Whiskey Distillery. Not only does this…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everyone we saw at the grand opening of Devil's River Whiskey Distillery in downtown San Antonio
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These lovable dogs and cats are ready to be adopted in San Antonio right now

Spring is always a time for fresh starts, and San Antonio Pets Alive has many dogs and cats looking for a fresh…

By San Antonio Current Staff

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San Antonio neighborhoods transform into a Fiesta paradise for debut House Float Parade

Though Fiesta has been officially delayed until June — and many of its hallmark events have been outright canceled — a new…

By Bryan Rindfuss

San Antonio neighborhoods transform into a Fiesta paradise for debut House Float Parade
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28 celebrities who went to high school in San Antonio

High school bragging rights are no joke in San Antonio, and there's no better way to up the ante than laying claim…

By San Antonio Current Staff

John Quiñones, Brackenridge High School
TV personality Juan Manuel "John" Quiñones was born in the Alamo City in 1952, and attended Brackenridge HS before heading to St. Mary's University for college, with the help of the Upward Bound program. Now, he's best known for hosting ABC's What Would You Do?
Photo via Instagram /  johnquinones
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These adorable dogs and cats are ready to be adopted in San Antonio right now

San Antonio's Animal Defense League is holding an April Adopt-A-Thon that will waive adoption fees for all adult dogs. And that sounds…

By San Antonio Current Staff

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The 23 most over-the-top restaurants in San Antonio

The Alamo City is a food city, and we also like to do things up big. That means we've got no shortage…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Papa Dante's
8607 FM1976, (210) 658-5261,
This small, family-owned Italian joint offers huge portions and a dining area that features walls 100% covered in movie and sports memorabilia. Those with short attention spans might shy away from bringing a date here… you won’t be able to stop looking at the over-the-top decor.  
Photo via Instagram / hazel.bone_
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23 gorgeous state parks within driving distance of San Antonio

What better time than now to hop in the car and travel to one of Texas' many state parks to enjoy the…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Lockhart State Park
2012 State Park Rd, (512) 398-3479,
Just a day trip from both Austin and San Antonio, a unique feature of this park is its historic golf course. It has the other classic amenities, too, like fishing, summer swimming and camping.
Photo via Instagram / eigi_einhamir
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30 San Antonio bars and restaurants with dog-friendly patios

Spring has officially sprung, bringing with it beaming sunshine and cool breezes. Before we slip into the dog days of summer, doesn't…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The Cove
Masks Required
606 W Cypress St, (210) 227-2683,
This quirky spot has it all – organic bites, boozy selections, live music, a laundromat, a car wash, a playground for the kids and a patio for the pups! Honestly, the Cove will quickly become a favorite if it isn’t already.
Photo via Instagram / gonzoinsa
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Five cute tiny houses for sale right now in San Antonio

Tiny house living may not be for everybody, but the interest in downsized dwellings certainly doesn't appear to be losing steam. The big…

By San Antonio Current Staff

606 Potomac
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27 essential San Antonio brunch spots worth getting out of bed for

Whether you're gathering with family, trying to recover from painting the town red or pre-gaming for more weekend shenanigans, brunch is an…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Max & Louie's New York Diner 
226 W Bitters Rd #126, (210) 483-7600,
Start your Sunday off right at the East Coast diner-themed restaurant. Build your own omelet or try the Bleaker Street Breakfast Tacos — also called the “Best Tacos South of New York”.

Photo via Instagram / maxandlouies
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Briscoe Western Art Museum's Night of Artists showcases new work about the Old West

The Briscoe Western Art Museum's Night of Artists auction, exhibition and sale has returned for its 20th anniversary celebration. The annual sale…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Billy Schenck, "Dusk at Chinle", Oil, 40" x 50", $40,000
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Let your love bloom with these adoptable animals available right now in San Antonio

Spring has sprung, and what better time is there for some puppy love? If you're looking to embark into a new season…

By San Antonio Current Staff

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Texas' 15 most unique weekend getaway rentals

If you've been looking to get away, there's a good chance you'll be checking out Airbnb for a place to stay. With the…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Unique Eco-Glamping in TX Hill country - Pod #1!, Lago Vista
$305 per night
Take a space age vacay at one of these lavishly furnished geodesic pods located at a "star-gazing glamping resort" in Lago Vista.
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25 iconic San Antonio restaurants everyone should try at least once

San Antonio is a verifiable mecca for food-loving folks who enjoy exploring the city and getting their grub on. Our culinary landscape…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Liberty Bar
1111 S Alamo St, (210) 227-1187,
Housed in a restored convent, Liberty Bar is just one of those trendy places that knows how to draw in a crowd. After a winter hiatus, the eatery is set to reopen — with a new look — in April.
Photo via Instagram / libertybarsa
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22 beautiful places to hike and bike in and around San Antonio

There's no better way to enjoy beautiful weather than by hitting the trails, so we rounded up some of the most gorgeous…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Olmos Basin Greenway
The Olmos Basin Greenway Trail runs between Jones-Maltsberger Road and Devine Road and is about a mile or so long. Because of the mature trees in Olmos Basin Park, the greenway trails are almost entirely shaded, offering relief from the hot Texas sun on sweltering days. If you decide to go during the summer, or let’s be real, any other season in Texas, the shade doesn’t necessarily mean that it’ll be cool. Luckily, it runs along Olmos Creek.
Photo via Instagram / cmcpuma
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International markets every San Antonio foodie should know

Any foodie knows that moment when you stare into your fridge, searching for inspiration, only to come up short because none of…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Himalayan Bazar
    8466 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 614-8600,
    The South Asia-oriented market offers food items like spices and vegetables as well as goods like saris and prayer items.
    Photo via Facebook / Himalayan Bazar
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22 essential San Antonio seafood restaurants

Many observant San Antonio Catholics abstain from meat during Lent, which is why we're offering up this array of local seafood restaurants…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Costa Pacifica
434 N Loop 1604 W, (210) 491-4497,
Known for margaritas and seafood, this morth SA joint has a huge menu of bites from the sea for your Lenten dining needs.
Photo via Instagram / costapacificasa
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