The most anticipated restaurants coming to San Antonio by the end of 2020

There's something to be said about the tenacity of the San Antonio food scene, given the many curveballs it's been thrown this…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Curry Boys BBQ
2334 N. St. Mary’s St., curryboysbbq.com
The phrase “Texas BBQ and Southeast Asian curry” may leave you scratching your head, but menu items like the Brisket Curry Bowl — smoked Texas brisket with green curry, Jasmine rice, cilantro and fried shallots — sound downright delicious. This new concept from Pinch Boil House and South BBQ is slated to open October 23.
Photo via Instagram / curryboysbbq
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Claude Hopper's Celebrates Its Grand Re-Opening

Under new management, Claude Hopper's is back in biz, and ready for more action! With a new cocktail menu, new eats, and…

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Claude Hopper's Celebrates Its Grand Re-Opening
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San Antonio Tortillerias, Molinos and Restaurants Where You Can Find Authentic Tortillas

We know, we know. Nobody will ever make tortillas as good as your mama or abuela can. But if you're in a…

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Victoria Tortilla & Tamales Factory
737 Division Ave, (210) 922-5274
Just off of I-35 you’ll find a prime spot for homemade flour and corn tortillas. Found in the South Side and dating back to the ‘70s, this factory of sorts has made-fresh tortillas – corn and flour, of course – plus all the molino treats that go perfect with your masa-based delicacies.
Photo via Instagram / tito3000
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20 Essential Potranco Restaurants You Should've Tried By Now

The Potranco area is booming, y'all. As more and more subdivisions get developed in the Far West Side, that means more shopping…

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Thai Hut Restaurant
9902 Potranco Rd, (210) 951-2839, thaihutsa.com
It might be in a strip mall, but the flavors here definitely deliver. Expect all the Thai goodies, from curry to drunken noodle. With two other SA locations, Thai Hut takes pride in claiming to have opened the first Thai restaurant in the Alamo City.
Photo via Instagram / patnadthaa
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20 Places to Eat Wings in San Antonio That Are Far Better Than Hooters

Okay, we know nobody goes to Hooters for the wings, but just know that you got options. Here are some spots to…

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Wayne’s Wings
2427 Austin Hwy., (210) 300-3891, wayneswingssa.com
If you ever thought of combining a funnel cake with a chicken wing, then you’ll love Wayne’s Wings. This innovative restaurant tops its wings with powdered sugar and cinnamon.
Photo via Instagram, ambitiousvillain
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21 San Antonio Italian Restaurants That Beat Olive Garden

In the mood for pizza, pasta or both? Whether you’re looking for classic Italian fare or that with an American twist, you…

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Guillermo’s
    618 McCullough Ave., (210) 223-5587, guillermosdowntown.com
    At Guillermo’s you have large variety of pastas, steaks, salads and pizzas, whether you’re looking for something hearty, light or just right.
    Photo via Instagram, amberquaid
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18 Beautiful Patios in San Antonio and How to Find all of Them

Is there any better way to spend a spring evening in San Antonio than on a patio with a cold drink in…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Chisme
    2403 N. St. Mary's, (210) 530-4236, eatchisme.com
    Though long kept hidden from view and unused for several years, the Chisme patio is prime for happy hours, brunches and casual dinners while people-watching on the St. Mary’s Strip.
    Photo via Instagram, eatchisme
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Halcyon Grand Opening Party

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Halcyon Grand Opening Party
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Meat Week San Antonio

By San Antonio Current Staff

While we all know that every week is Meat Week here in SATX, this one deserves the moniker.  A tradition started in Florida back in 2005 by a couple of bored coworkers, the carnivorous celebration has spread throughout the country, with chapters in 25 cities.
    
    Part of the Meat Week experience involves crowd sourcing Meat Week "hype" from participants all over, and we find that these submissions really jive with our Texan palettes. 
    
    Check out the hilarious/ridiculous collection of hype then take a gander at the Meat Week San Antonio schedule.
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