June 01, 2018 Slideshows » Food & Drink

All the Restaurants That Opened in San Antonio This May 

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San Antonio saw quite a bit of new restaurants, a few reopenings and even a revitalized menu. Here's how the food scene changed last month.
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Dough Pizzeria Napoletana
Hemisfair Park, 518 South Alamo St, (210) 227-2900, doughpizzeria.com
Dough Pizzeria Napoletana's second San Antonio location (and third in Texas) opened inside the OK Bar at the corner of S. Alamo and Cesar E. Chavez. The restaurant features a similar menu to the original location of fresh mozzarella, antipasti and burrata along with Neapolitan-style pizzas certified under the guidelines created by Associazione Pizzaiuoli Napoletani (Neapolitan Pizzaioli Association).
Photo via Instagram / doughpizzeriasa
Alamo BBQ Co.
511 E. Grayson, (210) 994-8099, facebook.com
The Bin is gone and in its place? More Texan barbecue from chef Jason Dady and co. Two Bros. BBQ without making the drive? We’re into it.
Photo via Instagram / alamobbqcompany
The Jerk Shack
117 Matyear, (210) 776-7780, facebook.com
Billed as "San Antonio's first artisan Caribbean restaurant," The Jerk Shack is a quaint and polished open-air restaurant similar to Dignowity Meats. The menu will feature meats by the pound, starters, Chef's Specials, and sides. Chicken and pork by the pound will range between $7 and $13; starters will run $3 to $8; entrees, like the jerk tacos, jerk shrimp and grits with maque choux, jerk wings and mac, steamed fish, braised oxtails and curry goat will range from $8 to $23.
Photo via Instagram / michaelgarza87
Pasha Express
10650 Culebra Rd, (210) 592-1666, gopasha.com
The Pasha Express menu includes upgraded wraps, build-your-own bowl or salad options, with choice of base, protein, and a handful of house-made sauces including a barbecue sauce, tzatziki, garlic aoili, hummus or spicy chili oil.
Photo via Instagram / pasha.grill
Pieology Pizzeria
849 E Commerce St, (210) 617-7013, pieology.com
The California-based franchise allows pizza lovers to build personally-made pies with toppings piled high and without restrictions from a menu. The restaurant’s pricing focuses on the size of the pie instead of its contents, so those wishing to add more flavor to their pizzas can do so without worrying about additional prices.
Photo via Instagram / pieology
Fremonti Coffee
Currently parked at Still Golden Social House, 1900 Broadway St, fremonti.com
The cart owned by graphic designer Robert Pecina and architect Daniel Rodriguez. The duo created Fremonti a little over a year ago as a way to combine their love of design and newfound knowledge of coffee. Morning service runs from 7 to 11 a.m. from Monday through Saturday.
Photo via Instagram / fremonticoffee
Sushi Express
12055 Vance Jackson Rd, (210) 474-0012, sushiexpresssa.com
The new location features more of the same Japanese/Korean menu inside a 2,300-square-foot space.
Photo via Instagram / xochitl375
South BBQ & Kitchen
2011 Mission Road, instagram.com
Opened by Andrew Samia (of Crazy Carl's food truck and Dignowity Meats on the city's East Side), South BBQ & Kitchen will offer meats by the pound including brisket, St. Louis spare ribs, pulled pork and chicken quarters, a sandwich or two, and a selection of pickled items and sides, namely frijoles a la charra and Spanish-style rice.
Photo via Instagram / jesselizarraras
Revolucion Coffee + Juice
300 E Houston St #105, (210) 607-1818, revolucionsa.com
The shop, opened in the former home of Moshe's Golden Falafel, is a smaller satellite location of the Broadway flagship. Customers will find espresso drinks, juices, "not milks," smoothies, acai bowls, and grab-and-go salads and sandwiches by chef Mike Hernandez.
Photo via Instagram / alexahorwath
Berry to Bean Coffee House
3900 Broadway St, (601) 291-7973, berrytobean.com
Open as of last Thursday across from the Witte Museum, Berry to Bean Coffee House features a menu of espresso drinks, juices and smoothies (though the shop was still blenderless as of Monday morning).
Photo via Instagram / safoodnstuff
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The Patio Southtown
1035 S Presa St, (210) 908-9888, facebook.com
Bar food, patio pounders and more at this muy laid back Southtown patio.
Photo via Instagram / robaroonixon
Philocoffee
606 W French Pl, (210) 314-8450, philocoffeesa.com
The new French-themed shop features a custom espresso blend from What's Brewing Roasters in San Antonio made of Vienna, Red Sea and Ethiopia Yirgacheffe beans.
Photo via Instagram / philocoffeesa
Pollos Asados Los Nortenos
4642 Rigsby Ave, (210) 648-3303, facebook.com
ICYMI, Pollos Asados Los Norteños temporarily closed for seven months while trying to lessen their smoke footprint to the neighborhood. They’re back and better than ever.
Photo via Instagram / jesselizarraras
Lili de Paris
16350 Blanco Rd, (210) 204-3649, facebook.com
Lili de Paris features your choice of eight savory crepes made with gluten-free buckwheat flour ranging from $9 to $15, and white flour sweet crepes ranging from $6 to $9.
Photo via Instagram / auntredsi
Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen
17907 W IH 10, (844) 853-7335, pauladeensfamilykitchen.com
For $22.99, guests are invited to pick three entrees and four sides, and no take-out is allowed. Drinks are extra.
Photo via Instagram / sniperv
Rebelle
The St. Anthony Hotel, 300 E Travis St, (210) 352-3171, rebellesa.com
There’s a new seafood focus at the second restaurant by Andrew Goodman and chef Stefan Bowers. Dishes will vary between the mid- to high teens for hot bites, and the mid-30s for the prime seafood, such as an East Coast flounder, Artic char, ruby trout stuffed with shrimp butter, red snapper ciopinno and Georges Bank sea scallops.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.vory
The Roost
1221 Broadway St #116, (210) 251-3184, theroostsa.com
GS1221 is now The Roost with a neighborhood bar vibe, classic cocktails and a lineup of three curries, tacos, and sandwiches choose from. Hours will remain the same: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday.
Photo via Instagram / longtabbrewing
Il Sogno
200 E Grayson St, (210) 223-3900, atpearl.com
And finally, a surprise closing. Il Sogno also garnered plenty of praise from local and national publications alike. The pizza happy hour was like no other, and Il Sogno was THE spot for power breakfasts.
Photo via Instagram / ilsognosanantonio
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Dough Pizzeria Napoletana
Hemisfair Park, 518 South Alamo St, (210) 227-2900, doughpizzeria.com
Dough Pizzeria Napoletana's second San Antonio location (and third in Texas) opened inside the OK Bar at the corner of S. Alamo and Cesar E. Chavez. The restaurant features a similar menu to the original location of fresh mozzarella, antipasti and burrata along with Neapolitan-style pizzas certified under the guidelines created by Associazione Pizzaiuoli Napoletani (Neapolitan Pizzaioli Association).
Photo via Instagram / doughpizzeriasa

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