The 25 most popular restaurants in San Antonio right now, according to Yelp

Last year, Travel and Leisure readers named San Antonio one of the top destinations in the country, and it’s easy to see why:…

By San Antonio Current Staff

14. Bilia Eatery & Coffee
2211 NW Military Hwy. Ste. 131B, (210) 530-1333, facebook.com/eatbilia
"You will regret not eating here. In addition to their delicious sandwiches, they also make a bomb spicy sauce that is out of this world! Service was great and the restaurant seems to be well kept." – Michael C.
Photo via Instagram / biliaeatery
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The 25 most popular restaurants in San Antonio right now, according to Yelp

We get it. Choosing which local dining spots to check out can be a daunting task. With a slew of new eateries…

By San Antonio Current Staff

7. Bilia Eatery & Coffee
2211 NW Military Hwy. Ste. 131B, (210) 530-1333, facebook.com/eatbilia
"You will regret not eating here. In addition to their delicious sandwiches, they also make a bomb spicy sauce that is out of this world! Service was great and the restaurant seems to be well kept." – Michael C.
Photo via Instagram / biliaeatery
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The 25 hottest food trucks in San Antonio right now

When you’re looking for a quick bite while out on the town, don't miss out on these 25 San Antonio food trucks.…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Justin’s Joint
9599 Braun Rd., facebook.com/justinsjointllc
Belly up to the window at this newish truck for loaded subs and fresh-cut fries daily. Try the Big Toasty, with mayo, pepperoni, salami, turkey, bacon, provolone and cheddar cheese and thank us later.  
Photo via Instagram / justinsjoint
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Black-owned Restaurants in San Antonio You Should've Already Tried By Now

San Antonio may be filled with a wide-variety of cuisines, but there's still a need for diversity in terms of folks who…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Mrs. Kitchen Soul Food Restaurant & Bakery
2242 E Commerce St, (210) 549-4392, mrskitchensa.com
Mrs. Kitchen may evoke the imagery of a kind old woman cooking up a feast, but the East Side gem is actually owned by Chef Garlan L. McPherson. Heading the restaurant and bakery, McPherson gained his love for cooking from his grandmother as well as by watching other family members in the kitchen. Growing up in Denver Heights, the chef today serves in his own community, though all are welcome to enjoy such delicious and authentic bites.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.vory
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The 25 Best San Antonio Restaurants in 2018, According to Yelp

As we ready to close out the year, we wanted to take a look at the best restaurants in the city –…

By San Antonio Current Staff

3. Nelson’s BBQ
7327 N Loop 1604 E, (210) 473-4988, facebook.com/NathanielNelsonsbbq
"Some of the best, if not THE best, barbecue in San Antonio. The Nasty Nate is a sandwich you must try and the barbecue sauce compliments the fatty deliciousness perfectly. Try the sausage, try the brisket, heck try everything." – Mario D.
Photo via Instagram / nelsonsbbq
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