All the Restaurants That Opened, Closed in San Antonio This February
Despite it being a shorter month, February still held quite a bit of change in SA's food and drink scene. You better check this list to see if your favorite bar or restaurant is still around. If it's not, you might try one of the new ones that you haven't before.
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20770 US 281 N, (210) 998-2556, sanpoketx.com
San Poke is SO. GOOD. There’s not a whole lot else that needs to be said, really, as long as you’re a sushirrito or poke lover. If you’re not into raw fish, don’t worry. They’ve got cooked eel and pulled pork (also, how puro is that?) as alternatives to raw fish. If you don’t like poke in general, you can still go for the yummy bubble tea. In short, we’re telling you to try this new spot.
Photo via Instagram / sanpoketx
Hawx Burger Bar Thousand Oaks Location
2895 Thousand Oaks, (210) 320-4299, hawxburgerbar.com
Hawx Burger Bar isn’t terribly new. In fact, they’re pretty well-known for having great burgers. This location that recently opened on Thousand Oaks is new, and you can try all of the all-time favorites that you love at the other location.
Photo via Instagram / hawxburgerbar
The Good Kind
1127 S St. Mary’s, eatgoodkind.com
Labeled as “fresh comfort food” and located in trendy Southtown, newly-opened The Good Kind serves both fresh favorites like salads and sandwiches and classic comfort foods like mac ‘n’ cheese. You can also find breakfast dishes as well as brunch favorites at this eatery.
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516 Brooklyn Ave, (210) 444-0707, thebrooklynitesa.com
Yes, The Brooklynite is closing, but it’s not the end of the world. It will be opening again later this spring at a different, more intimate location close to the Pearl. Not only will the building and interior be more beautiful than before, but the menu will be reimagined. While the previous menu was certainly delicious, the upcoming menu will be even more inspired.
Photo via Instagram / thebrooklynite_sa
723 S Alamo St, (210) 223-1285, baramericasatx.com
Yeah, yeah – we know that Bar America didn’t just open. It’s been open since, like, your grandparents were born. The thing we’re excited about this month was the opening of their new rooftop patio and mural, which you can now visit and enjoy your comfort food and drinks overlooking the Alamo City.
Photo via Instagram / bar_america42
Snooze, an A.M. Eatery
11255 Huebner Rd Suite 100, (210) 962-5530, snoozeeatery.com
We know what you’re thinking – hey! Snooze isn’t *that* new, and it definitely didn’t just open this month. We know, but the newest San Antonio location just did. Which is good, because as anyone who has tried the other Snooze locations knows, they’re really popular. We need more! What can we say?
Photo via Instagram / snoozeameatery
5834 Babcock Rd, (210) 445-0443, facebook.com
Can you say fast-casual taqueria opening in the Medical Center? We can, and we’re cheering for it. And if you’re in a hurry, they’ll be adding a drive-thru soon as well, so you can get your new favorite burritos and tacos on the go.
Photo via Instagram / macholibresatx
The Beignet Stand
The Beignet Stand, opened by two beignet lovers with a dream, makes these delicious fried breads the star of its menu. For those of you who don’t know what a beignet is, let us explain: heaven. Now go try one.
Photo via Instagram / thebeignetstand
River City Seafood
115 N Loop 1604 E, Ste 1108, (210) 233-6790, rivercityseafoodgrill.com
Another seafood-themed closure? What do San Antonians have against fish? Or are we just moving towards trendier oceanic fare, like sushi and poke? Regardless of the reason, River City Seafood also closed its doors this February.
Photo via Instagram / rivercityseafoodandgrillsatx
Cajun Coffee Shack
11514 Potranco Road, facebook.com
The Cajun Coffee Shack had a soft opening on January 23, but that doesn’t mean we’re not still excited about it this month. Their drink options feature flavorful and sweet coffee drinks, Italian and cream sodas, and an ever-growing menu of desserts, pastries, and drink add-ins.
Photo via Instagram / cajuncoffeeshack