Alamo Street Eat Bar will close for good Jan. 15. Owners Steve and Jody Bailey Newman will focus on opening another location of The Friendly Spot Ice House, other businesses and partnerships, and their two young children.
Guests can order the same juicy Reuben, split pea soup, and root beer that San Antonio Germans ordered 100 years ago at Schilo’s Delicatessen.
Chris Madrid’s widow and children have sold the iconic near Northside business to restaurateur and real estate investor Richard Peacock.
Chez Vatel Bistro, the landmark French restaurant in Olmos Park, has served lovers of continental cuisine in a cozy, neighborhood setting since 1999.
Two sustainable food nonprofits will combine forces on Nov. 19 to create a pop-up dinner called titled ThanksGIVING Feast, with expert chefs leading the way as to benefit local urban gardens.
The long list of initiatives and projects in City Council District 2 that Councilman Alan Warrick (D2) presented Saturday at his State of District 2 address showed that the growth and transformation of the city’s Eastside will not let up any time soon.
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.
Words by Dwight Hobart:
This is a Hemphill County eggnog.
Taco Haven has been in the news after allowing people on its property last week to promote a recall members of City Council who supported the recently passed non-discrimination ordinance (NDO).
Chef Megan. It has a nice ring to it, right? When an email from Robert Rivard with that subject line popped up in my inbox, I was intrigued. Inside was an offer I couldn’t refuse: the opportunity to take a weeklong Boot Camp at San Antonio’s Culinary Institute of America, and write about the experience for the Rivard Report.