23 San Antonio restaurants that serve breakfast or brunch all day long

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day — and some would say the best. Although most places stop serving it…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Nicha’s Comida Mexicana
Multiple locations, nichas.com
While pancakes are only served until 2 p.m., you’ll still be able to feast on some delicious Mexican breakfast plates. You can’t go wrong with the chilaquiles, machacado con huevo or chorizo con huevo. If you’re still hungry, try one of their several breakfast taco options.
Photo via Instagram / nichascomidamexicana
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24 essential San Antonio diners, dives and neighborhood spots for comforting eats

There's nothing like fall weather to trigger cravings for comfort food, whether that be gravy-smothered chicken fried steak, homey and warming fideo…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Earl Abel’s
1639 Broadway, (210) 444-9424, earlabelssa.com
It’s nearly impossible to say "no" to Earl Able’s award-winning fried chicken and desserts, so be ready to leave feeling stuffed.
Photo via Instagram /  earlabelssa
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San Antonio's 25 highest-rated breakfast taco spots, according to Yelp

Is there anything more puro than starting your day with a delectable assortment of flour tortilla-coddled breakfast taco goodness? We think not.…

By San Antonio Current Staff

14. Tito’s Taco House
11319 West Ave, (210) 437-2341 facebook.com/Titos-taco-house
“Great Tex mex!! We go for breakfast whenever we get the chance. Good flavors. Very attentive staff that is always smiling! Definitely recommend!” - Stephanie G. 
Photo via Facebook  /  
Tito’s Taco House
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A Sneak Peek of the Deliciousness to Come at United We Brunch 2020

Are you ready to have a bruncha fun at our annual United We Brunch event? With VIP tickets near sell-out, we're here…

By Nina Rangel

Cover 3 and Tito's Vodka will offer a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar with a slew of potential toppings.
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Best Places to Eat and Drink in San Antonio During Final Four

Whether you're starting your basketball-filled days bright and early, staying up late or are looking to get your drink on any time…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Mark's Outing
1624 E. Commerce St., (210) 299-8110, marksouting.com
Sometimes you just need a burger, and thankfully this East Side staple still packs in the crowds with its free beans and fresh-made burgers. Stick with the basics, but we won't blame you for wanting to try the ice cream burger.
Photo via Instagram / sanantoniomunchies
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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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22 Coffee Shops You Should Visit in San Antonio That Aren't Starbucks

Sure, Starbucks is one of the largest and most well-known moguls in the corporate world today. However, San Antonio has so many…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Mila Coffee
    2202 Broadway, (210) 929-3678, facebook.com/milacoffeesat.
    While this mobile food truck may be tiny, it’s packing some big flavors. Parked next to Richter Goods in the Broadway News parking lot, Mila Coffee serves up some of most delicious brews you’ll ever taste. Try the horchata cold brew or vanilla latte made using Mexican vanilla beans.
    Photo by s.a.foodie via Instagram, milacoffeesa
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25 San Antonio Diners and Cafes You Should Be Spending More Time At

If you're looking for a no-frills kind of place where you'll always find a comforting meal, look no further. Here are 25…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Blanco Cafe
    multiple locations, blancocafe.net
    Home to some of the best enchiladas in the city, Blanco Cafe is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. If you've never stopped into this San Antonio diner, be sure to make a trip soon.
    Photo via Instagram,  anniecatherine
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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

    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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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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26 San Antonio Breakfast Tacos That Are Better Than Anything You'll Find in Austin

No response think piece to #tacogate2016 here. We're too busy eating breakfast tacos around town. No, this isn't the complete list, just…

By San Antonio Current Staff

 Teka Molino 
     Multiple locations, tekamolino.com
    Whether it’s via their taco trucks or at the restaurant, it’s always good. 
    Photo via Facebook (Teka Molino Mobile)
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