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.
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20 Essential Restaurants in San Antonio to Try On Your Lunch Break

Take a break from the 9-5 grind and enjoy a lunch to power you through the day. From affordable weekday specials to…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Demo’s Greek Food
Multiple locations, demosgreekfood.com
These lunch specials keep it simple: choose from the traditional gyro sandwich or the chicken option. Your meal is complete with Greek salad, fries and a drink.
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20 Classic Diners and Cafes in San Antonio You Should Spend Some Time At

Go back to the aesthetic of 1950s diners or enjoy the simple dishes served up at cafes, check out these spots for…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Mama’s Cafe
2442 Nacogdoches Rd, (210) 826-8303, mamasrestaurants.com
If you stop by for breakfast, opt for the San Antonio omelette (with chorizo!) and make sure to eat a biscuit or two. If you stop by later in the day, share the fried mushrooms with the table and try the pork chops.
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