Restaurateur Lisa Wong received conceptual approval from a city commission on Wednesday to demolish most of the old El Mirador building on South St. Mary’s Street so she can build a new home for Southtown staple Rosario’s.
After recently relocating company headquarters to San Antonio, Pabst Brewing Co. is embarking on a new project: a 1.5-acre culture park to be housed in a renovated warehouse on the corner of Avenue B and 6th Street.
The old El Mirador restaurant property may be demolished, making way for construction of a new building, presumably the future home of Rosario’s in Southtown.
The Conservation Society will host a NIOSA-style event called Fall Heritage Festival on Nov. 6, but it’s drawing criticism from La Villita tenants and restaurant owners.
As early voting starts today amid the coronavirus pandemic, you may find yourself considering various options to stay safe while casting your ballot.
On Saturday, Artpace’s Chalk It Up, San Antonio’s annual sidewalk chalk art event, moves to public libraries to encourage social distancing.
Bexar County voters can register to vote by Oct. 5 by turning in registration forms in-person, by mail or online.
New and historic restaurants downtown face unprecedented financial challenges while trying to survive the coronavirus pandemic.
District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño has launched a design competition that will result in more shady areas downtown.
The project reconnects the historic site with San Pedro Creek, which once served as a water source for early settlers in this region.