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.
Photo via Instagram / bobbiescafe
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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. 
Photo via Instagram /  tonygssoulfood
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Recipes for Classic San Antonio Foods That You Can Make at Home

These days, a lot of San Antonians are making the smart call to hunker down to slow the COVID-19 pandemic. But just…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Earl Abel's Coconut Meringue Pie
This copycat recipe is chock-full of coconut flavor.
Find the recipe here.
Photo via Instagram/  earlabels_restaurant
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26 Essential South Side San Antonio Restaurants to Try Right Now

While the food scene of San Antonio has been changing in a major way the last few months (thanks, COVID-19), there's something…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Don Pedro Mexican Restaurant
1526 SW Military Dr., (210) 922-3511, donpedro.com
If you want to dine like a true Southsider, hit up Don Pedro for some margs, and food of course. They just reopened their dining room, but you can also get the Don’s eats via curbside and takeout. 
Photo via Instagram /  donpedrotx
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Where to Find the Best Fried Chicken in San Antonio

Who doesn't love fried chicken, honestly? Whatever piece of bone-in chicken, or whether you prefer chicken fried chicken, these local spots hold…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Meadow Neighborhood Eatery + Bar
555 W Bitters Rd #110, (210) 481-4214, meadowsanantonio.com
Dedicated to offering a seasonal Texas Southern dining experience, you can depend on Meadow to have fried chicken on its menu. Swing by at dinnertime for the plate of this crunchy goodness, served with bacon-braised greens, chow chow and honey hot sauce.
Photo via Instagram / waltlewjr
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Best Places to Eat and Drink in San Antonio During Final Four

Whether you're starting your basketball-filled days bright and early, staying up late or are looking to get your drink on any time…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Mark's Outing
1624 E. Commerce St., (210) 299-8110, marksouting.com
Sometimes you just need a burger, and thankfully this East Side staple still packs in the crowds with its free beans and fresh-made burgers. Stick with the basics, but we won't blame you for wanting to try the ice cream burger.
Photo via Instagram / sanantoniomunchies
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