Where to Find San Antonio's Most Authentic Indian Restaurants

Diwali may only come once a year, but there's plenty of San Antonio spots to find authentic and delicious Indian fare all…

By San Antonio Current Staff

India Palace
8474 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 692-5262, indiapalacesatx.com
Go for the chicken saagwala and a bowl of tomato coconut soup. Just make sure to leave room for mango malwa (ice cream) for dessert.
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Haunted San Antonio Bars and Restaurants That Are Equally Spooky and Boozy

It's no secret that San Antonio is a city that loves more than its fair share of all things creepy, ghoulish and…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Bar 414 at The Gunter Hotel
334 N. St. Mary’s St., (210) 585-9999, bar414.com
While having a cocktail at Bar 414 inside The Gunter Hotel, you might catch a glimpse of the phantom named Walter Emerick or the blonde woman he butchered. Emerick was found by a standing over a bloody bed with his finger to his lip insinuating to keep quiet. Emerick later committed suicide at the St. Anthony’s Hotel.
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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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