La Catrina Mexican Bakery, Dress Code Controversy: San Antonio's biggest food stories of the week

click to enlarge In a Jan. 13 tweet, 23-year-old activist Kimiya Factory shared a photo of a sign outside of Bentley's Beer Garden which read, "No saggin [sic] of pants or shorts. No durags or wave caps allowed.” - INSTAGRAM / FLASHLUCICH
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In a Jan. 13 tweet, 23-year-old activist Kimiya Factory shared a photo of a sign outside of Bentley's Beer Garden which read, "No saggin [sic] of pants or shorts. No durags or wave caps allowed.”
The Current's most-read food news this week was all over the place, from dress code drama at a downtown bar to details of SA's biggest coffee carnival.

San Antonians also wanted to know more about a New Mexican pastry-focused bakery opening on the North Side, and, sadly, the circumstances surrounding a Floresville barbecue spot's final days of service.

Read on for more.
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