All the Restaurants, Bars That Opened in San Antonio This Summer

San Antonio's food scene is constantly changing. While this year has had its fair share of (abrupt) closings, there have been quite…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Mr. C’s Fried Chicken and Waffles
9390 Huebner Road, facebook.com/Mr.CsFriedChickenWaffles
With a location already near Shaenfield Road, Mr. C’s Fried Chicken & Waffles headed toward town for its second outpost. The new storefront opened not too far from the Medical Center in early August.
Photo via Instagram / mrcsfriedchickenandwaffles
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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.
Photo via Instagram / brontosaurusbreath
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20 San Antonio Foodie Instagrams Everyone Should Be Following

San Antonio has plenty of eateries to feast at, so why not prioritize the ones that you absolutely have to dine at.…

By San Antonio Current Staff

@eat_it_b
“Bites. Booze. Bitches.” That’s the bio for @eat_it_b and do we honestly need to say more? Led by @catimmins and @amanda.liese, this foodie IG is all about exploring SA’s scene while being a bad bitch.
Photo via Instagram / eat_it_b
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20 Reasons Why San Antonio Was Named a Creative City of Gastronomy by UNESCO

This week, UNESCO (which handles cultural distinctions as part of the United Nations) named San Antonio a Creative City of Gastronomy after…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Johnny Can’t Stop Won’t Stop Hernandez
The hometown boy that worked at his father’s Westside restaurant before leaving to New York’s Culinary Institute of America-Hyde Park to gain serious cheffin’ skills. He returned to San Antonio, opened his own catering company, opened La Gloria at the Pearl has accrued a seriously enviable resume that includes opening several La Gloria’s across San Antonio and Vegas, The Fruteria, El Machito, the upcoming Burgerteca and Villa Rica; hosted Andrew Zimmern. Oh, and he cooked President Obama’s Cinco de Mayo dinner in 2016.
Photo via Instagram, iamchefjohnny
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The 25 San Antonio dishes you should eat before you die

We've compiled a list of amazing dishes in Alamo City to help aspiring foodies lost on where to start. From crudité to…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Tonkotsu from Kimura 
    
    Kimura gained local attention for its ramen creations, to the credit of chef Michael Sohocki of Restaurant Gwendolyn. The tonkotsu noodles in pork bone broth are a good place to start. 
    
    Kimura, 152 E. Pecan St. #102, (210) 444-0702, kimurasa.com. 
    
    Photo via Facebook (Elias Popa?)
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