Broadway Delicatessen, 118 Broadway, serves signature sandwiches, along with soups, salads and pizza by the slice.
The all-vegan Lucy’s Bodega has opened at St. Paul Square, 123 Heiman St. The couple also plans to open a Lucy’s Bodega on East Houston near Alamo Plaza.
Memphis, Tenn.-based Gus’s Fried Chicken is set to open June 21 at 812 S. Alamo St. in Southtown, across from Rosario’s.
The Newmans have transformed B&D Ice House into Bruno’s Dive Bar, in honor of Bruno and Diane Dzanksi, the original owners of B&D.
Devils River Whiskey is finally set to open on Wednesday inside the Burns building at 401 E. Houston St. The distillery is also relocating its headquarters from Dallas.
Pinkerton’s Barbecue of Houston is getting ready to open its first San Antonio location this Saturday at the Weston Urban park.
Sam Panchevre, owner of Sam’s Burger Joint and the Aztec Theatre, is now leasing the buildings that once housed the Little Rhein Steak House and the Fig Tree.
You might ask new downtown business owners if they’re crazy to open during the pandemic. Some say it’s the perfect time.
The Maverick Park project will add a large dog park to the Broadway corridor, with areas for small and large pups.
The Alazan-Apache Courts toy drive seemed doomed after more than half of the 200 toys collected were stolen from the property’s community room last Friday. Then, San Antonio stepped up.