San Antonio Restaurants That Are Always Worth the Wait

Let's be honest, people really hate waiting. But with some restaurants, long lines and waiting a long time for a table are…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Max & Louie’s New York Diner
226 W Bitters Road, (210) 483-7600,
Though not always outrageously packed, this NY-style diner can get pretty crowded during peak times like weekend brunch. Whether you choose to play New Yorker on a late Sunday morning or visit during a less-busy time, these northwestern bites will have you practicing your best Brooklyn accent. But really, you’ll love the food here no matter how long you have to wait.
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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 –…

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3. Nelson’s BBQ
7327 N Loop 1604 E, (210) 473-4988,
"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.
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20 Awesome Restaurants That Opened in San Antonio This Spring

From reopenings and additional locations to completely new spots, here's how the local food scene has changed in the last few weeks.

By San Antonio Current Staff

Bubble Waffle Bar
19141 Stone Oak Pkwy., Suite 501
Less than a year after opening the first location on the North West side of town, a second Bubble Waffle Bar opened in mid-April. Stone Oak can now enjoy over-the-top milkshakes, bubble tea, and bubble waffles topped with ice cream, mochi, Pocky and more. Owner J.R. Gallegos hinted at upcoming items like Dole Whip soft serve and Mexican gelato.
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