23 San Antonio restaurants that serve breakfast or brunch all day long

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day — and some would say the best. Although most places stop serving it…

By San Antonio Current Staff

NOLA Brunch & Beignets
720 E Mistletoe Ave, (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com
An obvious option for brunch, this Nawlins spot is a brunch godsend. Although not open on Mondays and Tuesdays, NOLA serves up sugary beignets (try them stuffed with lemon curd!) and other French Quarter Classics until 2 p.m Wednesday-Sunday. For something more filling (and maybe not so sweet), try the Blue Crab Omelette, Shrimp & Grits or Egg Rockafella.
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San Antonio Black-owned restaurants and businesses you can support right now

Unique and successful Black-owned businesses abound in San Antonio, and we’re kicking off Black History Month by highlighting nearly 50 of those…

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Studio See
1409 E Commerce St, studioseetx@gmail.com, facebook.com/studioseee
Studio See Tattoo on the city’s east side is the one stop shop for tattoos and piercings. The newly opened shop has rave reviews, and is currently accepting appointments. 
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24 essential San Antonio diners, dives and neighborhood spots for comforting eats

There's nothing like fall weather to trigger cravings for comfort food, whether that be gravy-smothered chicken fried steak, homey and warming fideo…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Bobbie’s Cafe
6728 S Flores St, (210) 923-1158, bobbiescafe.com
Now operated by his son, Bobbie’s Cafe has been “cookin’ with love” since 1972. Their homestyle meals are sure to make you feel, well, at home, with a range from Tex-Mex dishes to killer burgers and fish plates.
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Black-owned restaurants and businesses in San Antonio you can support right now

There's no shortage of unique and successful Black-owned businesses in San Antonio. So, in honor of Black History Month, we're choosing to…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Latched Support
8102 Midcrown Dr., (210) 504-8015, latchedsupport.com
Latched Support offers free diaper assistance, breast-feeding support, webinars and parenting classes to San Antonio families. Founded by two registered nurses, Latched is a 501(c)(3) organization focused on quality education, critical maternal assistance and advocacy. 
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The best food and drinks in San Antonio, according to our readers

The people of San Antonio have spoken! Here are the Best of San Antonio Food and Drink winners for 2020.

By San Antonio Current Staff

Best Brunch
Magnolia Pancake Haus, 606 Embassy Oaks, (210) 496-0828, magnoliapancakehaus.com
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25 Essential Comfort Food Dishes Available for Takeout From San Antonio Restaurants

It’s safe to say that we all have one comforting dish that that we can rely on to soothe our soul, relax…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Tony G's Soul Food’s Fried Catfish
915 S Hackberry, (210) 451-1234, tonygssoulfood.com
If soul food is the only thing that will ease your mind, head over to Tony G’s for any number of fried delicacies, including okra, chicken and shrimp. But above all, don’t miss the fried catfish. Huge fillets, dusted with cornmeal and fried to golden perfection, catfish connoisseurs are sure to be impressed. 
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26 Black-owned San Antonio businesses you can support right now

There's no shortage of ways to stand up for racial justice and show solidarity with the Black community — from marching in…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Latched Support
8102 Midcrown Dr., (210) 504-8015, latchedsupport.com
Latched Support offers free diaper assistance, breast-feeding support, webinars and parenting classes to San Antonio families. Founded by two registered nurses, Latched is a 501(c)(3) organization focused on quality education, critical maternal assistance and advocacy. 
Photo via Instagram  
latched.support
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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.
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