“What Now, San Antonio?” It’s the question that’s buzzing across the restaurant, retail, and real estate industries as the economy continues to bounce back.
The good news is that San Antonio is on a never-ending mission to keep things fresh with unprecedented new business growth, and What Now Media Group is here to help you keep track of it all.
Introducing What Now San Antonio: your go-to resource for breaking news on restaurant, retail, and real estate developments.
There’s a reason that San Antonio was designated a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy some five years ago, and we are thrilled to be following its vibrant culinary scene by uncovering every last taco shop, wine bar, vegan joint, and burger spot that plans to move in, as well as the real estate acquisitions, developments, and lifestyle hubs that keep the region thriving.
Simply put, when it comes to burgeoning businesses throughout Bexar County and beyond, we’re on the frontlines.
While our goal is always to get you the news first, we welcome any and all help from members of the community. If you happen to see a sign go up for a new bar or boutique, we’d appreciate it if you’d drop us a line. You can send any intel to [email protected], and we’ll investigate.
In the meantime, be sure to bookmark this site if you want to stay connected to the latest openings in your neighborhood. We’re thrilled to be your go-to site for San Antonio’s hottest restaurant, retail, and real estate news.
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Caleb J. Spivak, CEO
Drew Pittock, Managing Editor
Liz Vickers, VP Partnerships
Kyle Dondero, Partner Success
Jeannine Boisse, Marketing & Events
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