Essential San Antonio sushi restaurants for Japanese-inspired dining

San Antonio may be best known for homegrown specialties like Tex-Mex and barbecue, but that doesn't mean we shy away from celebrating…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Umiya
11075 W I-10 Suite 200, San Antonio, TX 78230, (210)455-0299, facebook.com/Umiya-Sushi-Seafood-Bar-104115842271860
Corpus Christi-based sushi restaurant Umiya has opened its first San Antonio location, serving all-you-can eat soups, salads, hibachi and sushi. The new eatery, which also includes a full bar, has taken over the far Northwest San Antonio space that formerly housed Drew Brees' Walk-On's Sports Bistreaux, 11075 Interstate 10 West, Suite 200. 
Photo via Facebook / Umiya Sushi Seafood & Bar
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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

Oblate Cafe
 904 Oblate Dr, (210) 826-3363, facebook.com/Oblate-cafe
Oblate Cafe is the quintessential hole-in-the-wall diner, offering no-frills and amazing food. It may have a limited menu, but everything from the Texas Style Steak Sandwich to their burgers will have you coming back for more. It’s super reasonably priced too!
Photo via Facebook / Oblate Cafe
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22 essential San Antonio seafood restaurants

Many observant San Antonio Catholics abstain from meat during Lent, which is why we're offering up this array of local seafood restaurants…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Costa Pacifica
434 N Loop 1604 W, (210) 491-4497, costapacificausa.com
Known for margaritas and seafood, this morth SA joint has a huge menu of bites from the sea for your Lenten dining needs.
Photo via Instagram / costapacificasa
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22 Essential Asian Restaurants Offering Delivery in San Antonio

Delivery food options abound in San Antonio, giving us a chance to sample varied cuisines from the comfort of home. To that…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Thai Chili
Multiple locations, (210) 607-9413, thaichili.net
Authentic healthy Thai cuisine. Call (210) 607-9413 for delivery from either location or order through Grubhub, Favor, Beyond Menu, Eat Street or The Deliver Ring. 
Photo via Instagram  
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Where to Find the Best Japanese Food in San Antonio

From ramen to sushi and plenty more authentic dishes inbetween, these are just some of the local spots that bring the flavors…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Ito Ramen
14395 Blanco Road, (210) 843-4230, itoramen.us
A local favorite for a damn good bowl of noodles, Ito Ramen’s pork bone broth will take you to your happy place. Complete your visit with Japanese-style appetizers made in house, such as  takoyaki (octopus ball with Japanese sauce), and have some mochi for dessert.
Photo via Instagram / itoramen
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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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25 San Antonio Asian Restaurants We Can't Live Without

As far as cities go, San Antonio is lucky to have vibrant Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Thai and Vietnamese communities, that have shared their…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Kimura 
    152 E. Pecan St., Suite 102, (210) 444-0702
    San Anto's first noodle house came by way of chef Michael Sohocki, which means authentic as can be ramen, seasonal sides in a bar setting.
    Photo via Instagram,  mae_gusta_kidd
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