The 100 best bars in San Antonio 2021

It’s a longtime Alamo City ritual to swig from a longneck on the breezy patio of a neighborhood icehouse. But there’s also…

By San Antonio Current Staff

21. Bruno's Dive Bar

After the pandemic killed off a barbecue restaurant operated in this space by the owners of the nearby Friendly Spot, they reopened it and rechristened it with a nod to Bruno Dzanski, operator of B&D Ice House, which occupied the space from 1961 to 2014. With its back-to-basics approach and eccentric sense of décor, Bruno's hearkens back to the B&D days and ensures there's still at least one loveably grubby and downscale spot to drink at in the rapidly gentrifying Southtown neighborhood. 1004 S. Alamo St., (210) 225-9801, brunosdive.com. 

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22 fall date ideas in San Antonio that are actually good

You don't have to wait for the winter holidays to go on super-cute dates. Between the cooling temperatures, many autumn festivals and…

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Hit up some Halloween parties
If y’all are one of those couples that waits all year for Halloween, you better make all the Halloween happenings part of your date night plans. From drinking events to costume contests and something tailoring to pretty much every aspect of the eerie holiday, there’s something for everyone.
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San Antonio's best breweries and taprooms for drinking outdoors

The Alamo City's craft beer scene has been booming for a few years, but we realized we hadn’t put together a list…

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The Hoppy Monk
 1010 N Loop 1604 E, thehoppymonk.com
The Hoppy Monk offers ample outdoor dining, and the food menu and huge selection of beers only add to the reasons to head to this north SA spot. Stop by on Sunday to indulge in their brunch offerings, but be warned: you will wait for a table, so don’t arrive hangry.
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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…

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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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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. 
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20 San Antonio-Area Breweries Every Beer Lover Should Tour

Whether you're a craft connoisseur or amateur drinker, every Texan has a relationship of some sort with beer. Get to know your…

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Pedernales Brewing Company
    97 Post Tr., Fredericksburg, (830) 998-7486, pedernalesbrewing.com
    Head up to Fredericksburg one of these Saturdays to hit up this brewery tour. Take your pick from Robert Earl Keen brews or that of the Lobo series. Lobo’s Texas Lager or the classic Bitter Battle beer are fan favorites.
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22 Texas Breweries Every Beer Lover Should Visit

You already knew that San Antonio is home to several breweries (you can see our list here) but if you haven't expanded…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Live Oak Brewing Company
    1615 Crozier Lane, Del Valle, TX, (512) 385-2299,  liveoakbrewing.com
    
    Live Oak brings your vacation home to Texas by using a style of brewing that is rare in America, but extensively used all across Central Europe. The brewery never stops cranking out its delectable beer and is open every day from noon to 8 p.m.
    
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48 Moments from Échale Latino Music Estyles

Échale is a free concert series, held at Pearl Brewery, that is dedicated to showcasing Latin American arts and culture in San…

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