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From food truck to family eatery 

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Knife & Fork Gastropub (20626 Stone Oak Pkwy, where Damien Watel's Ciao2 used to be) opened last month, serving up high-end versions of pub fare. The chef, Javier Orozco, is no stranger to serving haute cuisine, as he's also the chef at the helm of Bistro 6, a gourmet food truck catering to private parties and events. Now at Knife & Fork, he's sending out haute burgers, pizzas, and bar foods like jerky and nuts. Worth a stop.

Also, if you bring in a non-perishable canned food item to one of The Egg & I's five San Antonio locations before August 26, you'll get 10 percent off your order. The breakfast chain is partnering with the San Antonio Food Bank for the promotion, so all your donations will go toward a family in need.

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