San Antonio's newly opened Pullman Market now offering discounts to military members

Card-carrying service members can snag up to 10% off purchases every Monday.


click to enlarge Pullman Market is located at 221 Newell Ave. - Robert Lerma for Pullman Market
Robert Lerma for Pullman Market
Pullman Market is located at 221 Newell Ave.
Recently opened multi-concept food space Pullman Market is now offering discounts to military members every Monday.

The recently opened market launched its Military Monday initiative this week, offering 10% discounts on purchases at Pullman Market’s five quick service eateries and two restaurants.

Card-carrying service members can also snag 5% discounts on purchases at Pullman Market’s specialty grocer — booze not included — company officials said. The specialty grocer concept opened last month, featuring Texas-based produce and goods from over 150 suppliers.

Also onsite are a whole animal butcher, tortilleria, sourdough bakery and five casual to-go concepts with items such as burgers, tacos, ceviche, sandwiches, coffee and ice cream. Pullman’s two full-service restaurants, Mezquite and Fife & Farro also offer the discount, as will the market’s two upcoming restaurant concepts, Isidore and Nicosi.

Pullman Market is located at 221 Newell Ave. It’s open 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

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