April 06, 2018

25 New San Antonio Restaurants That Just Opened

While some restaurants are new only to us, and some are simply opening new locations, here are some fresh spots to check out.
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Burger Boy on Potranco
9334 Potranco Rd, (210) 267-9643, burgerboysa.com
Burger Boy, the cult-like burger spot on St. Mary’s St., expanded its footprint with a second and much bigger location off Potranco in late February. Stop in for a Bate’s Special.
Photo via Instagram / burgerboysa
Burger Boy on Potranco
9334 Potranco Rd, (210) 267-9643, burgerboysa.com

Burger Boy, the cult-like burger spot on St. Mary’s St., expanded its footprint with a second and much bigger location off Potranco in late February. Stop in for a Bate’s Special.
Photo via Instagram / burgerboysa
Acu Bistro Bar
21715 I-10, (210) 530-1190, acubistrobar.com
Acu Bistro Bar, a pan-Mediterranean restaurant opened near the Dominion area with a collection of paellas, pizzas, salads and more.
Photo via Instagram / sanantoniostephanie
Acu Bistro Bar
21715 I-10, (210) 530-1190, acubistrobar.com
Acu Bistro Bar, a pan-Mediterranean restaurant opened near the Dominion area with a collection of paellas, pizzas, salads and more.
Photo via Instagram / sanantoniostephanie
Tropic Cup
1160 N Loop 1604, (210) 999-7989, facebook.com/tropiccup.stoneoak
Tropic Cup, a new bubble tea shop that carries Vietnamese che opened in Stone Oak this March. Che features mixture of beans, pandan jelly, coconut milk nuts, shaved ice and sticky rice.
Photo via Instagram / tropiccup.sanantonio
Tropic Cup
1160 N Loop 1604, (210) 999-7989, facebook.com/tropiccup.stoneoak
Tropic Cup, a new bubble tea shop that carries Vietnamese che opened in Stone Oak this March. Che features mixture of beans, pandan jelly, coconut milk nuts, shaved ice and sticky rice.
Photo via Instagram / tropiccup.sanantonio
Maverick Texas Brasserie
710 S St Mary’s St, (210) 973-6050, mavericktexas.com
Maverick Texas Brasserie, helmed by the folks who brought you Acenar, Biga on the Banks, along with chef Chris Carlson and sommelier Joshua Thomas, opened in early February. The massive restaurant is impeccably designed and already has a winning brunch.
Photo via Instagram / joshthomaswine
Maverick Texas Brasserie
710 S St Mary’s St, (210) 973-6050, mavericktexas.com
Maverick Texas Brasserie, helmed by the folks who brought you Acenar, Biga on the Banks, along with chef Chris Carlson and sommelier Joshua Thomas, opened in early February. The massive restaurant is impeccably designed and already has a winning brunch.
Photo via Instagram / joshthomaswine
Hula Poke
7315 San Pedro Ave, (210) 973-6988, rollingfishpoke.com
Hula Poke opened its doors in January near San Pedro and 410. The shop is the second for the folks that brought us Rolling Fish Poke and Sushirritos.
Photo via Instagram / professionalbrunchersociety
Hula Poke
7315 San Pedro Ave, (210) 973-6988, rollingfishpoke.com
Hula Poke opened its doors in January near San Pedro and 410. The shop is the second for the folks that brought us Rolling Fish Poke and Sushirritos.
Photo via Instagram / professionalbrunchersociety
Po-Ke Planet
7302 Louis Pasteur Dr, (210) 626-6060, pokeplanetsa.com
Po-Ke Planet, the third poke shop to open in the area in the last year, opened off Louis Pasteur with a selection of signature bowls and playful toppings.
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent
Po-Ke Planet
7302 Louis Pasteur Dr, (210) 626-6060, pokeplanetsa.com
Po-Ke Planet, the third poke shop to open in the area in the last year, opened off Louis Pasteur with a selection of signature bowls and playful toppings.
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent
Banana’s Billiards
2003 San Pedro Ave, (210) 226-2626, facebook.com/BananasBilliards 
Banana’s Billiards reopened with new ownership this February. The space received a much needed makeover, but will keep focusing on cold beer and great pool.
Photo via Instagram / _corpser_
Banana’s Billiards
2003 San Pedro Ave, (210) 226-2626, facebook.com/BananasBilliards
Banana’s Billiards reopened with new ownership this February. The space received a much needed makeover, but will keep focusing on cold beer and great pool.
Photo via Instagram / _corpser_
Seersucker Distillery
8501 Cover Rd, (210) 817-1580, seersuckergin.com
Seersucker Distillery opened in mid-February to the public. The space is made for lounging and sippin’ gin cocktails so make sure to buy some seersucker pants in the coming weeks.
Photo via Instagram / seersuckergindistillery
Seersucker Distillery
8501 Cover Rd, (210) 817-1580, seersuckergin.com
Seersucker Distillery opened in mid-February to the public. The space is made for lounging and sippin’ gin cocktails so make sure to buy some seersucker pants in the coming weeks.
Photo via Instagram / seersuckergindistillery
Bakery Lorraine at The Rim
17503 La Cantera Pkwy, (210) 415-4066, bakerylorraine.com
Bakery Lorraine opened its third location at The Rim and offers breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner with wine and beer service.
Photo via Instagram / pattygonzica
Bakery Lorraine at The Rim
17503 La Cantera Pkwy, (210) 415-4066, bakerylorraine.com
Bakery Lorraine opened its third location at The Rim and offers breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner with wine and beer service.
Photo via Instagram / pattygonzica
Cherrity Bar
302 Montana St, (210) 559-0421, cherritybar.com
Cherrity Bar, a new bar concept that helps three charities raise funds on a monthly basis, opened on the city’s Eastside. Stop in to the 22,000 square-space for cocktails and soon enough, ramen and deli sandwiches.
Photo via Instagram / cherritybar
Cherrity Bar
302 Montana St, (210) 559-0421, cherritybar.com
Cherrity Bar, a new bar concept that helps three charities raise funds on a monthly basis, opened on the city’s Eastside. Stop in to the 22,000 square-space for cocktails and soon enough, ramen and deli sandwiches.
Photo via Instagram / cherritybar