Big Daddy’s Eats and Treats, San Antonio’s go-to Lone Star District shop for inventive raspas, has closed down its location at 228 E Cevallos Street.
Owner Jaime Morales announced the news on Sunday, Sep 10 on Instagram, sharing, “If you used to come to the Cevallos location, that spot is closed.”
Luckily for fans of Big Daddy’s, the concept has already found a new home.
The post continues, “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.”
Just down the street from the original Big Daddy’s spot, Burgerteca is located at 403 Blue Star, near establishments such as Roots Salad Kitchen and YOLO Wraps.
Morales tells What Now San Antonio that while Big Daddy’s will continue to offer the same raspas and mangodillys as always, new items are being added to the menu — Morales mentions, Mexican-style candied apples, a Texas-size banana split, homemade ice creams, and mangonada mixes.
While Big Daddy’s will share the kitchen with Burgerteca for the time being, Morales shares that in the future he hopes to convert one of the silos near the location, or a neighboring building, into a permanent Big Daddy’s home.