These San Antonio restaurants and chefs have been featured on national TV shows

Every San Antonian has a shortlist of local dining spots they know and love, but some standouts and their chefs have managed…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Emily Hersh: Jardin
 555 Funston Pl, (210) 338-5100, jardinsatx.com
San Antonio chef Emily Hersh appeared as a contestant during the 20th season of Fox TV's Hell’s Kitchen: Young Guns, hosted by Gordon Ramsay. Formerly of Jason Dady's Jardín Restaurant at the San Antonio Botanical Garden, Hersh now resides in NYC ahead of opening a new vegan barbecue concept. 
Photo courtesy of Emily Hersh
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Everything we saw as San Antonio and Austin chefs competed in the first Taco Rumble

On Thursday night, San Antonio and Austin chefs threw down to prove which city offers the best tacos at the San Antonio…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw as San Antonio and Austin chefs competed in the first Taco Rumble
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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, carnitaslonja.com
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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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, liberty-bar.com
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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26 Essential South Side San Antonio Restaurants to Try Right Now

While the food scene of San Antonio has been changing in a major way the last few months (thanks, COVID-19), there's something…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Don Pedro Mexican Restaurant
1526 SW Military Dr., (210) 922-3511, donpedro.com
If you want to dine like a true Southsider, hit up Don Pedro for some margs, and food of course. They just reopened their dining room, but you can also get the Don’s eats via curbside and takeout. 
Photo via Instagram /  donpedrotx
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25 Cheap Eats Under $10 You Should Be Eating Right Now in San Antonio

Dining out can add up, but that shouldn't stop you from treating yourself to some good eats. We love going out and…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Dignowity Meats
1701 E Houston St, (210) 462-1496, dignowitymeats.com
Thank all that’s good in the world for Dignowity Meats. No matter what meat you order – the brisket burnt ends ($4.50 for ¼ pound), buttermilk fried chicken quarters ($3.50), pulled pork ($3.75 for ¼ pound) or St. Louis ribs for $2.50 each – you’ll have extra bills to make your meal complete with a side or two if you play your cards right.
Photo via Instagram / ourfoodiefamilylife
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