After a nudge from a San Antonio musician and label owner, the Velvet Taco restaurant at the former Tacoland site will include memorials to the beloved music venue’s late owner, Ram Ayala, by artists who were regulars there.
Thompson San Antonio, San Antonio’s first luxury hotel to open in five years, has roped in the culinary talents of two local heavy hitters: chefs Steve McHugh and Robert Cantu.
Velvet Taco, the Dallas-based chain poised to set up in shop in what little remains of hallowed punk-rock haven Taco Land, has announced opening dates for its two San Antonio locations.
More than two years after announcing plans to relocate to San Antonio, Devils River Distillery has finally confirmed it will open a downtown headquarters and tasting room in January.
New French comfort food spot Brasserie Mon Chou Chou will open for dinner service Monday at the Pearl, offering a casual atmosphere with wine, oysters, cheese plates and heartier entrees.
In its latest cost-cutting move, the San Antonio Express-News is vacating the building it’s occupied since 1929 and relocating all printing to the Houston Chronicle, also owned by corporate parent Hearst Corp.
Situated at 206 Brooklyn Ave. near downtown, Tony’s Siesta aims to preserve the comfortable atmosphere of the previous spot while embracing the growth of SA as a food and beverage destination.
After catching criticism that its Fall Heritage Festival could turn into a “superspreader” event, the Conservation Society of San Antonio and city officials have pulled the plug on the gathering.
Billed as the largest Day of the Dead festival in Texas, Día de los Muertos at Hemisfair — or Muertos Fest to those who prize brevity — will return virtually for its 8th annual installment.
The Pearl is transforming its annual Día de los Muertos celebration into a virtual experience this year, though some in-person amenities will still be available.