The People’s Nite Market will return to the Avenida Guadalupe Association—bringing affordable and healthy foods to West Side San Antonio—starting Sept. 12.
Food & Drink
Local developer GrayStreet Partners has dropped out of its contract to purchase the Oasis Mexican Cafe property at 210 McCullough Ave.
For about a month, CommonWealth Coffee & Bakery has been operating its third downtown location inside the Burns building on Houston Street.
Swine House Bodega, which serves breakfast and lunch sandwiches, is now open in the Rand building.
On April 1, neon-orange construction paper signs posted on the bay windows of Reyes Bar, with black-felt market written on them, announced the bar was once again open.
On Friday, Centro San Antonio is taking its popular The Spot on Houston pop-up series on the road. Or, rather, down the road.
The old Last Word location will become Jet-Setter, a full bar that specializes in cocktails from across the globe.
Shotgun House Coffee Roasters is opening a new location next week at 1010 S. Flores St., its second less than a year after it opened the original location on the West Side in April of last year.
The $7.5 million rehab of the old Witte building at 135 E. Commerce St. will include an aesthetic touch straight out of the South Pacific.
Gourdough’s Public House’s highly-anticipated River Walk grand opening won’t happen until March 2.