Everything we saw as San Antonio Hell's Kitchen chef Mary Lou Davis held a going-away pop-up

Mary Lou Davis, the San Antonio chef who took second place in the past season of cooking contest TV show Hell's Kitchen,…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw as San Antonio Hell's Kitchen chef Mary Lou Davis held a going-away pop-up
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20 San Antonio restaurants and bars that closed in 2021

Pandemic-related hardships, lease adjustments and labor shortages took their toll on San Antonio bars and restaurants this year. Sadly, plenty we saw…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Two Step Restaurant & Cantina
9840 W. Loop 1604 North
This Tex-Mex-inspired barbecue restaurant had been shuttered since last March, in what was intended to be temporary closure due to the pandemic, but its owner said the West Side business simply wasn’t able to regain its footing. 
Photo via Instagram / craze_killa
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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. 
Photo via Instagram /  
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San Antonio Restaurants, Bars We'll Miss in 2020

San Antonio might have seen dozens and dozens of restaurant, coffeeshop, bakery and bar openings this year, but we also said goodbye…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The Granary
In November, restaurateur Tim Rattray announced that he would be closing The Granary to focus on his newest venture, Fontaine’s Southern Diner. Soon after, he announced the closure of that restaurant and filed for bankruptcy. The Granary opened in 2012.
Photo via Instagram / thegranarysa
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The Most-Anticipated New Restaurants Opening in San Antonio This Fall

San Antonio is expected to see quite a few new restaurants this fall, as well as some second locations and a relocation.…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Cake Thieves Bakery
East Side, cakethieves.com
The bakery pop-up will find a permanent home with the opening of Hackberry Market on the East Side. Satisfying your sweet tooth with vegan-friendly products will soon be that much more convenient.
Photo via Instagram / cakethievesbakery
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All the Restaurants That Opened, Closed in San Antonio This February

Despite it being a shorter month, February still held quite a bit of change in SA's food and drink scene. You better…

By San Antonio Current Staff, Gabriella Pawelek

San Poke
20770 US 281 N, (210) 998-2556, sanpoketx.com
San Poke is SO. GOOD. There’s not a whole lot else that needs to be said, really, as long as you’re a sushirrito or poke lover. If you’re not into raw fish, don’t worry. They’ve got cooked eel and pulled pork (also, how puro is that?) as alternatives to raw fish. If you don’t like poke in general, you can still go for the yummy bubble tea. In short, we’re telling you to try this new spot.
Photo via Instagram / sanpoketx
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Where to Find $5 Burgers During the Inaugural San Antonio Burger Week

Are you psyched for the inaugural San Antonio Burger Week? We sure as hell are! Dozens of local restaurants and chains alike…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Hometown Burger
7907 W Loop 1604 N. #105, (210) 314-5005, hometownburger.com
Go for the classic Hometown Burger – double meat, double cheese with bacon, mayo, mustard, lettuce tomato and pickles.
Photo via Instagram / breaking.bread.in.sa
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Silly Moments from the Flavor 2018 Photo Booth

Did everyone see the gorgeous photo booth we had set up at our Flavor event last night? Apparently so, because people couldn't…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Silly Moments from the Flavor 2018 Photo Booth
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20 Essential Westside San Antonio Restaurants You Should've Tried By Now

From well-known staples to hidden gems, these Westside restaurants are definitely worth a visit – no matter what side of town you're…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Barrio Barista
3735 Culebra Road, (210) 519-5403, barriobarista.coffee
Their horchata lattes and often imitated barbacoa grilled cheese (make sure to add avocado) are worth waking up early for.
Photo via Instagram / hungrytravelingmama
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The Best Food and Drinks in San Antonio, According to You

The voters have spoken! Here are the Best of San Antonio Food & Drink winners of 2017.

By San Antonio Current Staff

Best Tacos
La Maceta Tapatios, (210) 419-3845, facebook.com/lamaceta.52
Photo via Instagram, cherry_pop_bakeshop
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