San Antonio’s Market Square was buzzing with chatter and mariachi music Thursday as La Familia Cortez celebrated their 75th year in business with una pachanga muy grande.
This year, La Familia Cortez Restaurants, which owns the iconic San Antonio restaurant, Mi Tierra Café & Bakery, turns 75 years old, and even now, beneath the technicolor Christmas lights and papeles picados strung across the eatery’s ceiling, three generations of la familia Cortez are preserving and growing their legacy established by the family patriarch, the late Pedro Cortez.
The Eastside’s Hays Street Bridge was “tight,” as one attendee put it, with hundreds upon hundreds of people who convened for Soul Saturday, a free, family-friendly community mixer hosted by Good People SA and City Councilman Alan Warrick (D2).
With beer on their minds, about 50 people endured the evening heat Wednesday to attend the second Summer Beer Talk hosted by Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery at the Pearl.
If you were caught inside the St.
The 45th annual Texas Folklife Festival is just around the corner and will take place from June 10-12 at UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures, located at the southeast corner of Hemisfair.
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.
Chef Johnny Hernandez never stops moving.
Enrique Olvera, uno de los chefs más reconocidos del mundo y el más innovador de la cocina contemporánea de México, hizo una parada rápida en San Antonio esta semana y se sentó para una entrevista durante la hora del desayuno en el restaurante Supper, localizado adentro del Hotel Emma.
El Mirador, a Southtown landmark and favorite breakfast spot for many San Antonio business, community and political leaders, served its final breakfast and lunch on Thursday before closing its doors for two months for interior and exterior renovations.