The name Outlaw Kitchens comes from their cooking and delivering meals – illegally – from their Mahncke Park apartment when they first moved to San Antonio.
The Bottling Department is open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
The festival featured a scholarship giveaway to two Communities in Schools students and a cook-off between SAPD Chief McManus and SAFD Chief Hood.
Chatman currently has 12 employees in the kitchen, and he says he pays them well enough so they don’t have to work more than one job.
Bearing the new name The Monty & Ivy Hall, the former Southtown restaurant is now an event space soon to be available for rent.
The Alamo Heights Farmers Market was a familiar sight to some, as a market had operated at the Quarry for years, but was discontinued in late 2014.
In addition to the tongs and trays used in typical Mexican panaderías to pick bread to go, the bakery will feature a coffee station and a cake display.
Chez Vatel Bistro, the landmark French restaurant in Olmos Park, has served lovers of continental cuisine in a cozy, neighborhood setting since 1999.
At Ven a Comer diners enjoyed modern interpretations of food from a special collection of Mexican cookbooks in a collaboration of local and Mexican chefs.
With its current lease terms expiring, South Texas Heritage Pork is looking to permanently plant its business roots on a long-term ranch property.