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Eatery promises menu straight from the farm

HILL COUNTRY VILLAGE — The couple behind Meadow Neighborhood Eatery & Bar want to create an inviting space with a menu using seasonal ingredients. Patrick...

Merkaba: River Walk lounge harks back to the ancients

Merkaba is a new River Walk cocktail lounge taking flavors inspired by ancient Mexican and Central American cultures to another level, staffers say. “We wanted...

Wake up to menu at Snooze an A.M. Eatery

Staffers at Snooze an A.M. Eatery want diners to start the day on the right foot. “We’re really focused on creating just a really awesome...

Take Flight: Soar with Schertz wings bar

SCHERTZ — Frank & Teressa’s Anchor Bar, said to be the home of the original Buffalo wing, opened Sept. 12 in the Randolph Metrocom. “(We)...

Fugu Poke House wants diners to feel right at home

Hawaiian and Japanese cooking come together at Fugu Poke House, where Andres Castro gives customers oodles of meal combinations. “I have a little bit of...

Boerne-Champion Girl Scout uses tunes for therapy at nursing home

BOERNE — Girl Scout McKenna Albrecht is helping residents revive their memories through music therapy at San Antonio’s St. Francis Nursing Home. As part of her...

Chief celebrating 20 years with Fair Oaks Ranch police

FAIR OAKS RANCH — Whether enforcing the law, setting up barricades during flooding, working with City Hall or serving students meals as a goodwill...

The Lost Cajun helps folks find comfort food

The Lost Cajun has opened a second spot on the North Side that continues the tradition of being a fun, family-friendly place full of...

Vegan culture taking root in San Antonio

San Antonio’s vegan scene is growing, with more places to dine and find products for a plant-based lifestyle. A vegan is someone who chooses not...

Stationery store in Quarry Village reflects couple’s story

A husband and wife have created a stationery and gift shop with a name that plays on their backgrounds as a Southern woman and...
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