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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The San Antonio hamburgers everyone should have tried by now

Any time is a good time for a hamburger. In many ways, it's the perfect convenience food. But let's not mistake convenience…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Cheesy Jane's
    4200 Broadway St, (210) 826-0800, 
    cheesyjanes.com
    With its sock hop vibes, creamy milk shakes and cheese-filled burgers, Cheesy Janes is a great family friendly burger joint.
    Photo via Instagram
    
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All of the 3rd Annual San Antonio Burger Week's bingeworthy eats

San Antonio Burger Week comes but once a year, and when it does, it delivers. From Friday, February 26 through Sunday, March…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Guillermo's
Dine-In, Curbside and Pick-up, 618 McCullough Ave., (210) 223-5587, guillermosdowntown.com
The Volcano Burger Jumbo Slider, $8, Prepared with provolone cheese, jalapeño, bacon, wing sauce and Guillermo's delicious mayo. Lettuce, tomato and red onion on the side with a few fries on a large Guillermo's homemade slider bun. Spicy and delicious! 
Spinach Bacon Blu Cheese Jumbo Burger Slider, $8, Spinach, bacon, provolone, blue cheese dressing and Guillermo's Mayonnaise. Lettuce, tomato and red onion on the side with a few fries on a large Guillermo's homemade slider bun. 
Photo courtesy of Guillermo’s
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A Primer on In-N-Out Burger's Not-So-Secret Secret Menu

by Albert Salazar

By San Antonio Current Staff

Animal Style 
    Requesting "animal style" gets you an an extra slathering of In-N-Out's spread, which is basically thousand island dressing. You can get your fries made animal style as well.
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