Pollo Campero Is Expanding to San Antonio

"Pollo Campero, the fast-casual Central American chicken franchise with nearly 90 locations across the U.S., has identified San Antonio, Texas as its next market for franchise expansion."
Austin-based Tex-Mex chain Chuy’s will soon be opening a new location in New Braunfels at 2557 I-35 N.
"Every day we work to provide a special place where smiles and laughter lead to wonderful memories with family members, friends and caregivers."
Locals can expect the menu to offer "smoked brisket lasagna, bourbon-honey-glazed Texas quail with a wheat grain risotto, Tuscan-style marinated steaks, and wood-fired flatbreads."
“Sushi opens the gate for the Japanese experience,” Chef Grey Hwang shares, adding, “But I want to give people a broader sense of what Japanese food is about.”
Coming to 1432 South St. Mary Street, Suite 101, the coffee shop will land near establishments such as Alamo City's Rocks & Crystals, HUB MRKT Bikes, and Las Tapatias de Jalisco.
Pan-Asian restaurant chain Pei Wei is expanding its Texas footprint, planning to open a new outpost at 11647 Culebra Road.
Coming to 410 and Culebra, the eatery will land near Al Carbon Pollos Asados, Bunny Tunes Ice Cream, and Taco Warehouse.
Mutts will offer a staff-supervised dog park that patrons who have signed up for a daily, monthly, or annual plan will be able to utilize.
Babe's Old Fashioned Food has served the city since 1987 and is known for burgers and chicken tenders.
The eatery is moving from its spot on Probandt to the corner of South Flores Street and Bank Street.
"We are thrilled to announce the opening of Greenhouse later this fall," the eatery shares.
The concept's co-owner, Natalie Nunez, shares that locals can "count on a coffee drink that isn't masked in sugar."
"We want to put on a performance, rather than just serving people as they come through the door," shares Co-Owner Dr. Robb Kelly.
According to a recently submitted permit application, the business plans to construct a one-story, 7,199-square-foot space at 14240 US HWY 281 North.
"I have been running a German food truck and restaurant in Sugar Land, Texas for nine years and would like to move my business to New Braunfels," the concept's owner recently shared.
Old Main Ice House is temporarily closed after a fire damaged the building's entrance and interior earlier this week. 
The Los Angeles-based noodle concept Jinya Ramen Bar plans to open a second location in the city.
“A long-awaited and highly requested area has been confirmed. Burger Boy is coming to UTSA Boulevard," the eatery shares.
Swig specializes in customizable sodas, offering more than 100 potential drink combinations.

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