A New Entertainment Venue Is Coming to Downtown San Antonio

"Games, large TV screens, and live music and entertainment" will be offered.
The renovations will include the "removal of [the] existing coffee kiosk to create a new coffee line counter with direct access to the existing BOH spaces serving the Starbucks."
Public records show that the 1,625-square-foot space will soon be fitted with a new partition, finishes, and equipment.
"FIAMME Pizzeria will continue the resort’s tradition of offering excellent cuisine that appeals to guests of all ages," shares the President & Chief Executive Officer at Ryman Hospitality Properties.
Taking over the former Fratello’s Deli spot at 2503 Broadway Street, the eatery will land near Family Dollar, Stonegate Pharmacy, and The District Bouldering.
"Wildflour has had the support of this community for the last six years now and for that we are very blessed and grateful."
The eatery will offer a menu "inspired by the rich culinary traditions of New Orleans, featuring classic Cajun dishes such as gumbo, jambalaya, and po’boys."
Renovations will include a "new 1,000-square-foot walk-up restaurant" and "minor pavement improvements."
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According to a recently submitted permit application, Buc-ee’s plans to renovate its 1700-square-foot New Braunfels outpost at 2760 IH-35.
The renovations — which include tearing down the "existing brick oven building" and rebuilding to a kitchen with two attached restrooms, as well as a new storage room — began on March 1.
Coming to 5534 N 1604 W Landmark Parkway, the eatery will land near iFLY Indoor Skydiving, Kerbey Lane Cafe, and Velvet Taco.
Coming to 1326 E Bandera Road, the eatery will land near Bandera Flea Market, Bandera Jalisco, and Los Cocos Mexican Restaurant.
Coming to 13040 Culebra Road, the eatery will land near Church's Texas Chicken, CVS, and Schott's Meat Market.
"Diners in the Alamo city have made it clear that there’s plenty of demand for our casual, coastal seafood to expand to a fourth location,” shares the concept's co-founder.
Coming to 5706 Northwest Loop 410, the eatery will take over a 5,460-square-foot spot near Panda Express, Powerdise City Gym, and Sabor Mexico Mezcal.
Construction of the 700-square-foot facility began on February 5 and should be completed by the end of May.
"We plan to bring the historic building and property back to its original glory days," Jami and Troy Lott share.
Once its 2900-square-foot home at 333 Athenian Drive has been constructed, the restaurant will land near the Aina Blake Dog Park, Bubba's 33, and Kohl's.
"I think one of the reasons we wanted to open a tea store was just so tea lovers would have a place to congregate and share their love of tea," shares Co-Owner Albert Luna.

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