San Antonio vegan restaurants, juice bars and other healthy options that are actually good

It's nearly the time of year where San Antonians make resolutions and see how long they can stick with them. Many of…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Vegan Avenue
2512 N. Main Ave., (210) 332-9284, eatveganavenue.com
This new-ish vegan joint focuses exclusively on plant-based and gluten-free food in SA’s Monte Vista neighborhood. The menu is extensive, with items for lunch, brunch and dinner, as well as milkshakes and smoothies.  
Photo via Instagram / veganavenue
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23 essential San Antonio restaurants offering healthy dining options

Adopting better eating habits is at or near the top of most folks' New Year's resolutions. But maintaining that goal for more…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The Good Kind Southtown
1127 S St Mary's St, (210) 801-5892, eatgoodkind.com
The Good Kind uses sustainably sourced ingredients to create light offerings that are big on flavor. The tasty menu shows that eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to give up brunch.
Photo via Instagram / goodkindsouthtown
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29 San Antonio restaurants and bars we said goodbye to in 2020

Due to pandemic-related hardships, lease adjustments and changing tastes, San Antonio lost plenty of bars and restaurants this year. The casualties included…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Gourdough's Public House
215 Losoya St.
Austin-based Gourdough's opened its first San Antonio location on the famed Riverwalk to pretty impressive fanfare, but it wasn’t enough to keep the location afloat. Gourdough’s San Antonio filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection May 6. 
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22 San Antonio Restaurants We've Said Goodbye to So Far in 2020

Over recent weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has claimed San Antonio dining favorites including San Antonio staple The Spaghetti Warehouse and Noodle Tree,…

By San Antonio Current Staff

El Bosque Mexican Restaurant
12656 West Ave
After more than 40 years in business, El Bosque Mexican Restaurant on SA’s North side closed earlier this month, citing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. El Bosque shared space with Two Bros. BBQ Market in a shady oak grove near Austin Highway. Owner Carmen Gonzalez hopes to reopen the concept at a different, smaller location in the future. 
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do210
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