The 25 Best Mexican Restaurants in San Antonio, According to Yelp

San Antonio loves Mexican food – from authentic Mexican fare to Tex-Mex inspired bites – that goes without saying. While there's so…

By San Antonio Current Staff

10. Taquitos West Ave
2818 West Ave, (210) 525-9888, https://www.facebook.com/TaquitosWestAvenue1/
“Best tacos around. I drive 15 minutes just to get them. Sometimes at night on the weekends there's a long line but it just goes to show just how good this place is and the wait is worth it. Their horchata is the best I've ever had. I have to get it every time” – Tania D.
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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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Where to Find San Antonio's Hidden Convenience Store & Market Restaurants

Convenience store food may not sound appetizing, but there's exceptions to every rule. These hidden gem restaurants prove that you should never…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Three Amigos Grocery
303 NW 36th Street, (210) 436-0685
Aka Three Amigos Chinese Restaurant … what?! Trust us, don’t knock it ‘til you try it. This hidden gem is a Westside favorite, with the ever-popular pineapple chicken. Go. Now.
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Where to Go for the Perfect Lunch Date in San Antonio

Whether you're in a budding romance or you've been with your significant other for several years, the lunch date can be a simple…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Liberty Bar
    1111 S. Alamo St., (210) 227-1187, liberty-bar.com
    
    Although Liberty Bar made the horrendous mistake of abandoning their original location of perfection on Josephine all those years ago, their new home, set in a previously abandoned religious convent in Southtown was a strategic one that paid off. What’s good on the menu? Aside from “everything,” zero in on the following: goat cheese with piloncillo sauce, pot roast sandwich, grilled chicken sandwich, fettuccini with oil, garlic (and add chicken). And finish with an espresso and the Minerva’s pineapple coconut cake. 
    Photo by Jason Risner via Instagram, libertybarsa
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