Barraca: Spanish flair in Blue Star
Barraca, the latest addition to Blue Star’s growing arsenal of restaurants, brings a taste of Spain to the Alamo City. Tucked away behind Stella, this tapas and...
Day in the Life: Main Street Pizza rebuilds after blaze
In the early morning of Saturday, June 29, an electrical fire ignited in the attic above the kitchen of Main Street Pizza. “By the time we got here, there were 11 fire trucks,” recalled owner Jo Ann Garza. “Thank goodness for the firemen.” The fire ravaged
Hot Barcelona Food Trends
Ah, Barcelona. The city of sangria, Gaudí, paella, Barça (definitely mas que un club, mind you), tapas and so much more. This summer...
A Day in the Life: SA Pops
While the most obvious physical distinction between SA Pops and a typical raspa stand is air conditioning, the shop has a unique and notable vibe...
A Day in the Life: Groomer Seafood
A family business since the late 1800s, San Antonio-based Groomer Seafood is one of the largest seafood distribution companies in Texas. Owners...
Pho is Good, but Viva's Bun is Better
Far less ubiquitous than Tex-Mex and less familiar than Chinese or Indian, Vietnamese food fills a particular niche in this city’s culinary...
Pairing Food and Beer The Granary Way
That beer goes with barbecue is a Texan article of faith, but as smoked meat purveyors gain cult status and the craft beer culture explodes, a Shiner...
Sweet Yams: Southern Living Lite
Traditional Southern food is perhaps not the first genre called to mind when seeking a low-fat, vegetarian, or gluten-free meal. Sweet Yams, a new...
Fast Foodie: Little Aussie Bakery & Café
As a frequent and faithful consumer of a wide range of breadstuffs, The Little Aussie Bakery & Café piqued my interest at the door. A sign asked me to please refrain from entering with any gluten products.