Restauranteur Lisa Wong has confirmed plans to demolish the former El Mirador restaurant building in Southtown and build a new restaurant space, where she will move her popular Rosario’s.
Food & Drink
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.
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.
Mexican Manhattan Restaurant, which served Tex-Mex food on Soledad Street for more than 62 years, closed for good over the weekend.
Most of the 3,000 bars in the county have already reclassified as restaurants, allowing them to reopen so long as they serve food.
Owner Jesus “Jesse” Medina held the sale Friday and Saturday after deciding to close the bar, which has been largely shut down since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, for good.
Café Cotidiano, a coffee and bakery trailer created by the San Antonio Mennonite Church in Southtown, opened last week to support asylum seekers who spend time at the church as they pass through.
The Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner—a family-run charity event that annually feeds about 25,000 people—is getting a makeover due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
New and historic restaurants downtown face unprecedented financial challenges while trying to survive the coronavirus pandemic.