Chama Gaucha Is Planning to Open a New San Antonio Location

"Our restaurant’s name, 'Chama Gaucha,' translates to 'Gaucho’s Flame,' representing the fiery passion and expertise that goes into every dish."
"After 30 years in the barbecue business, Morris Melchor, aka, Mo, and his wife, Lisa, followed their dream and opened the first Smokey Mo’s in Cedar Park, Texas."
"Parry’s launched in 2007 as a New York-style pizza joint that was great for a quick bite and perhaps a beer or a glass of wine."
Coming to 112 E Court Street, the drinkery will land near establishments such as Ebi-Ebi Sushi, Schultz Saloon, and Seguin Bar & Billiards.
Described as a "mercantile interior finish out of an existing white box lease space," renovations to the 5,513-square-foot unit are scheduled to begin tomorrow, November 30.
Taking over Suite 400 at 14211 Potranco Road, Daily Banh Mi Bakery will land near eateries such as Burger King, Jersey Mike's Subs, and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen.
Coming to the Highland Hills neighborhood, Rusty Bucket plans to construct a new, 1,149-square-foot restaurant building at 2567 Goliad Street.
“We feel like a lot of the Thai places are good, but they all have the same stuff, and people like trying new things. We feel like we can fill that void.”
Blayne’s to feature a Tex-Mex menu, live music, dance floor and more
NOLA is known for "classic New Orleans brunch fare & a variety of beignets served in a relaxed cafe with live jazz."
Improvements to the 4,503-square-foot space are slated to cost an estimated $2,200,000.
Setting itself apart from other burger joints in the area, the eatery uses 100% ground beef for the patties, serves them on sweetened sourdough buns, and adds a side of pinto beans.
Coming to 1600 10th Street, the fast-food restaurant will land near establishments such as Dairy Queen, Eagle Ford Inn, and GFood App.
"As the craft beer scene in San Antonio continues to grow, this merger promises an exciting future, with both VIVA Beer and Alamo Beer Company working hand in hand to craft exceptional experiences."
According to a recent permit application, the company will construct an 875-square-foot outpost at 1029 211 S beginning in March 2024.
Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii's CEO shares, “Texas continues to be a hot market for us."
"With our wide variety of beers, margaritas, spiked coffees, seltzers, wines, and fresh locally sourced ingredients, you'll never want to be anywhere but Elsewhere."
"For now, we're operating inside Burgerteca. We've got everything that you've come to love with Big Daddy's Eats & Treats... All of the famous piccadillys that I created — and the raspa squad created with me — they're there."
For an estimated $120,000, the Arkansas-based firm PB2 Architecture + Engineering will carry out the project.
"As the City of Leon Valley continues to grow, Whataburger is rebuilding the restaurant to offer more space for visitors and enhanced features for faster service."

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