25 hidden gem parks in San Antonio everyone should visit

When it comes to parks, San Antonio has more to offer than San Pedro Springs, Brackenridge and Phil Hardberger. Indeed, the city…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Crownridge Canyon Park
7222 Luskey Blvd, (210) 207-5320, sanantonio.gov
If tranquil parks are your thing, you’ll be living your best life at Crownridge Canyon. This open space features paved and natural walking trails, but also desert-like scenery if you can believe it. Come and experience this wonder for yourself.
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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. 
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20 Under-the-Radar Bars in San Antonio You Should Try

San Antonio has plenty of places to grab a drink, so you'd have to go out a lot to hit them all…

By San Antonio Current Staff

RD Speakeasy
8400 N New Braunfels Ave, (210) 605-2292
San Antonio (unfortunately) isn’t home to a lot of speakeasies, but a recent addition has yet to gain too much attention. Anyone who wants to feel really badass should make arrangements to visit the RD Speakeasy. Here’s what you gotta do: text RD at the number above with your party size and expected arrival time. Once you get the green light, you’ll need to whisper the password through a peephole where you see a green light at The Barn Door — the speakeasy is found in a former party room of the restaurant.
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20 Under-the-Radar Restaurants in San Antonio You Should Try

San Antonio has plenty of dining options to choose from, so you'd have to go out a lot to hit them all…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Danny Boy’s Hamburgers
1537 West Summit, (210) 736-1665, facebook.com
This burger shop may not look like much, but don’t let the exterior fool you. The burgers here are plenty juicy and the fries just the right amount of crispy. What else could you want in a burger shop?
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25 Hidden Gem Restaurants Found in San Antonio Strip Malls

Not all great restaurants are easy to find. Sometimes they'll be right in front of your face, but you just miss them…

By San Antonio Current Staff

India Palace
8474 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 692-5262, indiapalacesatx.com
Nestled in the corner of a strip mall in the Medical Center, India Palace holds it down with its authentic dishes. Specializing in North Indian fare, this humble spot features a lunch and dinner buffet with both vegetarian and meat dishes, as well as naan and samosas.
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24 Underrated Bars in San Antonio You Should've Tried By Now

Everyone has their go-to bar, but sometimes you're just in the mood to explore something new. Skip the usual recommendations you get…

By San Antonio Current Staff

My Brother’s Bar
845 N St Mary's St, (210) 557-0677
While St. Mary’s has plenty of watering holes, one that can hold it down but doesn’t always get the recognition is My Brother’s Bar. Down-to-earth and cozy, MBB is plenty homey with pool tables and cold beer to boot. With the name My Brother’s Bar, become a regular here and you’ll feel like family.
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