The Most-Anticipated New Restaurants Opening in San Antonio This Fall
San Antonio is expected to see quite a few new restaurants this fall, as well as some second locations and a relocation. Here are a few local eateries on the verge of debuting.
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7300 Jones Maltsberger Road, ida-claire.com
Ida Claire, a restaurant chain best-known for its Southern dishes and weekend brunch, will open its first San Antonio location this fall. The menu showcases some of the South's greatest culinary hits, with options like po’ boys, shrimp and grits, Nashville hot chicken, crawfish corn beignets and unique desserts with smoky, inspired flavors like tobacco and coffee.
Photo via Instagram / idasouthofordinary
Details unannounced, eatbingekitchen.com
The San Marcos-based vegan restaurant will open a San Antonio location in October according to reports. With everything from Chinese orange chick’n and Southern soul food to Indian lentil madras, Binge Kitchen specializes in globally-inspired dishes that just happen to be vegan.
Photo via Instagram / lancelotkokojan
East Side, facebook.com/sullastradapizza
Sulla Strada, a food truck specializing in pizza, will find a brick-and-mortar home in the upcoming Hackberry Market on the East Side. The concept will rebrand as Truth Pizza in its opening.
Photo via Instagram / downtownsanantoniodeveloper
Pollos Asados Los Norteños
4822 Walzem Road, bestpollosasados.com
A sign is teasing the upcoming addition of a second Pollos Asados, this time located not too far from Rackspace on the Northeast side of town. Get ready for more charbroiled chicke, San Antonio.
Photo via Instagram / michelle2483
Southerleigh Coast & Comfort
Brooks City Base, southerleigh.com
First announced in 2017, San Antonians have been waiting for Southerleigh to post up at Brooks City Base. Though originally billed as a second Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery, like the flagship Pearl location, Southerleigh Coast & Comfort bills itself as a high-end seafood spot. The restaurant is expected to open by the end of the year, but don’t be surprised if there’s another setback. We’re sure this one is worth the wait.
Photo via Instagram / southerleigh
Cake Thieves Bakery
East Side, cakethieves.com
The bakery pop-up will find a permanent home with the opening of Hackberry Market on the East Side. Satisfying your sweet tooth with vegan-friendly products will soon be that much more convenient.
Photo via Instagram / cakethievesbakery
1009 Avenue B, 88socialsa.com
Folks who enjoy hanging out downtown can look forward to this food truck park. Rumored to be near the River Walk, the park will also include a bar for an optimum foodie experience – one that includes food trucks on rotation. A date has yet to be confirmed, though it’s expected to open in “early fall.”
Photo via Instagram / 88social
Suck It: Kitchen and Bar
We’ve got Suck It: The Restaurant, but prepare yourselves for Suck It: Kitchen and Bar. On top of regular ol’ bubble tea, the upcoming joint will also offer boozy bubble tea. We can’t wait – but we’ll have to until it opens sometime before the end of the year.
Photo via Instagram / smarwy1245
Cereal Killer Sweets
After closing its Huebner location, Cereal Killer Sweets intended to reopen in a new downtown storefront by July. The cereal bar has yet to do so, but luckily you can still get your fix as the local business is active in markets and as a vendor.
Photo via Instagram / cerealkillersweets
Mi Familia Restaurant
The Rim, lafamiliacortez.com
La Familia Cortez will move past Market Square with the opening of Mi Familia. Expected to open this fall, you can expect more Mexican bites without having to deal with the hassle of downtown. It will be the Cortez family’s fifth restaurant and will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Photo via Instagram / mitierracafesa