The Culinary Institute of America in San Antonio announced Tuesday it has set an opening date for its newest restaurant at the Pearl.
Il Sogno’s closure raised questions about how homegrown, upscale restaurants stack up against corporate competitors and more casual concepts.
Friday was the last lunch service for the Pearl’s Sandbar Fish House & Market.
Chef Andrew Weissman is widely known for not being afraid to try out new concepts, but this time he’s pushing the envelope even further as he prepares to open a 24-hour diner on the ground floor of the Travis Park Plaza Building at 711 Navarro St.
Chef Andrew Weissman, who first gained a regional and national following with Le Rêve in the heart of downtown and has since expanded his culinary reach to River North, the Pearl and beyond, will open Signature at La Cantera Hill Country Resort & Spa.
On the heels of San Antonio Federal Credit Union’s announcement that it will move into the building on the corner of South Alamo and South St.
There are times in the theater of life and cuisine when the supporting act steals the show.
More than 500 guests gathered at the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre Tuesday night for perhaps the largest PechaKucha San Antonio event in the organization’s history.
The 16th PechaKucha San Antonio will be held at the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre, 226 N. St.