New Restaurants in San Antonio: Spring & Summer 2018

San Antonio’s growth has led to the addition of several new restaurants this year. What new spots can you find around town? Here’s a look at the new restaurants in San Antonio:

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4138 S. New Braunfels Ave.
San Antonio’s southeast side just got a little bit sweeter with the opening or Churroholic, a California-based chain serving churros with a twist, as well as churros in sundaes and ice cream sandwiches.

Tiny Cantina
The Shops at La Cantera
Sip and shop has become a reality with Raul Carrera’s latest concept, Tiny Cantina. Set up as kiosks, Tiny Cantina allows customers to sip on wine, beer and non-alcoholic cocktails while shopping.

Frida’s Corner
1407 Bandera Road
Paula Flores loves Mexican snacks and her husband, Alfredo Cruz, is all about fitness. This combination led to Frida’s corner, a shop that offers both! Their menu provides street snacks like corn in a cup, Tostilocos and chicharrones, as well as healthier options like fruit cups, mangonadas, acai bowls, smoothies and more!

105 Warren Street in Five Points
Dab is San Antonio’s first hemp and CBD café. The restaurant offers a variety of coffee drinks, pastries like doughnuts and “hempanadas,” and juices with wild names like Watermelon Kush and Pineapple Express.

True Texas Tacos
Northeast side H-E-B store on Bulverde Road and Loop 1604
H-E-B recently debuted its first-ever taco shop. True Texas Tacos features freshly made flour and corn tortillas with more than a dozen breakfast and specialty tacos on the menu! Tacos are served from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays through Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays.

Steel City Pops
The Rim – 17619 La Cantera Pkwy.
Working with local vendors and farmers to source many of its ingredients, Steel City Pops offers gourmet, paletas-style popsicles in a variety of flavors: chocolate, peach cream, horchata, cucumber lime, cantaloupe and more. Once you have selected a flavor, you can either choose to have it dipped, drizzled or dredged in a variety of add-on toppings.

14881 IH 35
An Austin favorite for years, Pluckers has finally made its way to San Antonio. The chain restaurant dishes up a menu with 20 different win sauces, fried pickles, Holy Macaroni (fried macaroni ‘n’ cheese) and a Bypass Burger. A second San Antonio is scheduled to open in spring 2019 in the Landmark Development at Texas Highway 1604 and Interstate 10.

The Patio Southtown
1035 S. Presa Street
Featuring comfort food with a Southwestern twist, The Patio Southtown offers a menu that includes half racks of ribs, a towering burger with a grilled hot dog, a chicken-fried steak topped with queso and more.

Berry to Bean Coffee House
3900 Broadway Street
Joining a corridor full of coffee options, Berry to Bean Coffee House has plans to differentiate itself by focusing on health. Their menu offers the typical espresso drinks and artisan pastries, plus some freshly prepared smoothies, cold-pressed juices, sugar-free pastries and several plant-based options like muffins and doughnuts.

Kobe Teppan & Sushi
7824 Pat Booker Road
A Japanese steakhouse, Kobe Teppan & Sushi is stacked with a menu of grilled items, sushi, sashimi and for those that like their fill, an “endless” option that allows a customer to gorge on all of the above.

Get Fried
North Star Mall at 7400 San Pedro Ave.
Got a hankering for French fries? You’re in luck! Get Fried offers six versions of French fries – hand-cut, seasoned waffle, coated straight cut, curly, sweet potato and funnel – with your choice of sauce and toppings. Sauces range from ketchup and malt vinegar to basil pesto mayo, roasted red pepper, honey and maple syrup.

Please note: this list is not comprehensive.

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One Response to “New Restaurants in San Antonio: Spring & Summer 2018”

  1. Doug Curtis says:

    We love Steel City Pops – a new twist on the old popsicle. Customize your popsicle and then sit on the veranda and enjoy!

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