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Where to eat in San Antonio right now: 5 hot restaurants bursting with flavor

Where to eat right now: 5 San Antonio restaurants bursting with flavor

Shuck Shack San Antonio restaurant seafood fish dish
Shuck Shack's super-casual vibe makes it one of our top places to eat this month. Shuck Shack/Facebook

You have to eat. You must eat. Therefore, you should hit up one of these San Antonio hot spots immediately. Each month, we'll take you on a tour of what's hot right now — some new restaurants, some you just can't live without. They all represent the best of San Antonio's food scene, bursting with flavor and character.

Brigid
The name translates to "exalted," which is a mighty big word. Brigid delivers with small yet tasteful offerings bringing the thoughtfulness of Chef Chris Carlson to warp speed. Every offering is fresh with amazing flavors. Brigid is a great addition to Southtown — and we can't stop thinking about the desserts.

Cookhouse
Louisiana, we welcome your pizazz. This ever-changing menu and small space always feels like you're right where you need to be. Cookhouse celebrates New Orleans cuisine and its cultural influences on the city. Each flavor comes alive in this essential dining spot.

Shuck Shack
The vibe at Shuck Shack is super casual and welcomes all with a family-friendly playground and water stops for your canine friends. Mainly a seafood joint, the shrimp and oysters are what dreams are made of. The burger and Tijuana dog are buzzing as top stop favorites too. Our party ordered plenty, and the french fries were an immense hit as well. 

Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery
May our paths cross every single week. Every section of this menu delivers a lovely Balfour delight. Deviled eggs, wood-fired pretzels and beer cheese, root beer floats, and steak — we'll take one of everything.  

The Old Main Assoc.
The latest stop in the empire that is The Boulevardier Group, The Old Main Assoc. brings San Antonio a barrage of flavors. From the concha burger with a bun made from pan de huevo, to the mole-fried chicken, this comfort food spot with amazing drinks is a must do for the fall.