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.
If La Fonda on Main is a San Antonio institution, Alicia Govea Guadiana was the warm, welcoming portal leading guests to its inner sanctum.
CommonWealth Coffeehouse is about to expand its two-year-old concept to no less than seven more locations in San Antonio.
Now in its eighth year, the Paella Challenge, which will take place on Sunday, March 26 at Mission County Park, has grown from 10 chefs to more than 30.
Andrew Goodman and Chef Stefan Bowers are at it again. Battalion, the duo’s new Italian eatery in Southtown’s historic Fire Station No. 7, opens Tuesday.