20 under-the-radar San Antonio restaurants you should try right now

Alamo City residents often have their favorite neighborhood taqueria, go-to Chinese spot and preferred barbecue joint. But it doesn’t hurt to try…

By San Antonio Current Staff

B & B Tamales and Food To Go
866 W Mayfield Blvd, (210) 921-0847
It doesn’t matter if you’re in the mood for tamales or barbacoa, both are solid options here. Be sure to stock up if you’re not in the neighborhood, we promise they’re just as tasty when you reheat them.
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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. 
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Tito’s Taco House
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Where to Find the Best Tamales in San Antonio

While San Antonians love tamales any time of the year, December is when we lose self-control and eat every tamal (don't @…

By San Antonio Current Staff

La Bandera Molino
2619 N Zarzamora St, (210) 434-0631
A look at the exterior and you’ll realize that La Bandera has all the makings of a solid molino. This hole-in-the-wall molino definitely keeps it real with a massive food lineup, that includes tamales available by the dozen. You’ll likely be coming here week after week in no time.
Photo via Instagram / iamdj_therapy210
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25 Relatable Tweets About Latino Christmas

Latino Christmas, Mexican Christmas, whatever you want to call it, we're sure you'll find these tweets super relatable this Noche Buena. Just…

By San Antonio Current Staff

25 Relatable Tweets About Latino Christmas
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Famed Author Sandra Cisneros' Former King William Home is For Sale, Let's Take a Tour

Sandra Cisneros may have moved out of San Antonio, but we will claim her for eternity. Her former King William home is…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The home is back to a purplish hue, complete with a bright light green door.
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The 18 Best Restaurants to BYOB in San Antonio

Let's face it - you probably have spirits at home. Why not try these places where you can drink and also enjoy…

By San Antonio Current Staff, Gabriella Pawelek

LA Crawfish
10919 Culebra Road, (210) 688-9123, thelacrawfish.com
Even though the Alamo Ranch location in San Antonio is BYOB, they also serve up some bomb micheladas. While you’re there, make sure to try the fan-favorite cheesy crawfish rolls.
Photo via Instagram / thelacrawfish
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10 International Markets in San Antonio You Should Be Shopping At

As a rule, us Texans should consider ourselves blessed to have H-E-B access. And as San Antonians, with H-E-B markets and Pluses…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Tim's Oriental and Seafood Market
    7015 Bandera Rd Ste 8,  (210) 523-1688, Mon.-Sat.:10am-9pm, Sun.:10am-8pm
     Stocked with frozen entrees, tons of sake, a plethora of noodles and snacks, Tim's has stuffed aisles full of Asian favorites. Don't miss out on their selection of veggies, seafood, pork belly and roasted duck, for which Tim's is especially renowned.
    Yelp/Tim's Oriental and Seafood Market
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