20 bucket list activities to do in San Antonio before summer is over

Summer is here. It's time to enjoy the warm weather and the kids being free from school. Check out this bucket list…

By San Antonio Current Staff

See an Outdoor Movie
Seeing a flick through the windshield of your car or in a socially distanced outdoor space is a great way to lose yourself for a couple of hours. Look for the offerings at Fiesta Texas and those from Slab Cinema, or work a road trip into the deal and head to the Stars & Stripes Drive-In in New Braunfels. 
Photo Courtesy of Stars and Stripes Drive-In Theater
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Essential Broadway Restaurants Every San Antonian Should've Tried By Now

Broadway is ever-changing — attribute it to the development up and down the corridor (particularly near the Historic Pearl). As such, there's…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Smoke Shack BBQ
3714 Broadway St, (210) 957-1430, smokeshacksa.com
With appearances on the Food Network and plenty of recognition throughout the barbecue world, Smoke Shack remains a standout on Broadway and throughout SA. Sister restaurant to The Pigpen, this Broadway joint does everything right, from the meats to the sides. Just take a bite of the Smoke Shack Mac and you’ll understand.
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The 25 Hottest Restaurants in San Antonio Right Now

No, we're not talking temperature here. We're talking buzz-worthy restaurants that keep a steady flow of enthusiastic foodies and casual diners alike…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery
136 E Grayson St #120, (210) 455-5701, southerleigh.com
With more restaurant concepts on the way, Southerleigh at the Pearl remains a food destination for tourists and favorite for local foodies. Chef Jeff Balfour’s menu is inspired by his childhood in Galveston as well as the robust flavors of Southern cuisine. The end product is absolutely delicious – one slurp of the oysters or bite of the fried chicken and you’ll agree.
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Beautiful Texas caves you should explore before you die

There's so much beauty to be explored in Texas, especially when it comes to breathtaking caves and caverns. So, consider this a…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Cave Without a Name
325 Kreutzberg Road, Boerne, (830) 537-4212, cavewithoutaname.com
Just up the road you’ll discover a mysterious cave right in our backyard: Cave Without a Name. This limestone solutional cave is a national natural landmark, of course for its spectacular formations of stalactites, stalagmites, cave drapery, flowstones, rimstone dams and more. Oh, and the cave is 66-degrees year-round so you can visit whenever you please.
Photo via Instagram / b.d.maiorino
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The 20 best things you should do in San Antonio this spring before it's disgustingly hot outside

It doesn't matter if you're broke, rich, young, or old - everyone wants to have fun during the spring. It's the perfect…

By San Antonio Current Staff, Gabriella Pawelek

Don’t pretend you weren’t thinking about Fiesta
Various celebrations, April 19-30, fiesta-sa.org
Stay safe and enjoy one of San Antonio’s biggest celebrations.
Photo via Instagram / fiestasa
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The 20 Best Texas Road Trips You Need to Take Before You Die

Obviously there's plenty to see across the great state of Texas. No matter what direction you go in, you're bound to find…

By San Antonio Current Staff

El Cosmico
802 S Highland Ave, Marfa, (432) 729-1950, elcosmico.com
This bohemian-inspired lodging spot in the middle of the desert offers the ultimate road trip experience. While the drive out to Marfa is pretty uneventful, the chance to unwind under the stars in a trailer, yurt, teepee, or safari tent is one to make sure happens sometime this year. Plan ahead so you can snag a spot for the Trans-Pecos Festival in the fall.
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