Beaches Be Trippin\': Five Texas Coast Spots Worth the Drive

Beaches Be Trippin': Five Texas Coast Spots Worth the Drive

Arts & Culture: Let’s face it, most of us Lone Stars view the Texas coast as a poor man’s Waikiki. Hell, maybe just a poor man’s Panama Beach — only to be used... By Callie Enlow 7/10/2013
3 New Local Frozen Treat Purveyors Will Help You Chill

3 New Local Frozen Treat Purveyors Will Help You Chill

Flavor 2014: Most of us already have our raspa stand of choice. Whether you’re going to wait in line at Las Nieves on Hildebrand—regardless of how many people may... By Jessica Elizarraras 7/29/2014
Chicken with a Cult Following at Pollos Asados

Chicken with a Cult Following at Pollos Asados

Food & Drink: It’s late on a Sunday morning, and the crowd that will soon fill Pollos Asados is just beginning to dribble in. Outside, the smoke from... By Ron Bechtol 7/30/2014
Pub: Stay Golden Social House

Pub: Stay Golden Social House

Flavor 2014: Puro meets Pearl-adjacent at this laidback joint that packs a punch with seriously delicious cocktails... 7/29/2014
\'Most Naked Woman\' Set to Shimmy at San Antonio Burlesque Festival

'Most Naked Woman' Set to Shimmy at San Antonio Burlesque Festival

Food & Drink: The answer came unanimously without prompting or hesitation, as if sent straight from the sexually liberated goddess of... By Melanie Robinson 7/30/2014

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SA chefs honored by StarChefs

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Food & Wine has good reason to come to Texas (as they announced they will with a fest in April in, yawn, Austin) — we have so many great chefs in this area. agrees. Every year, the magazine recognizes chefs from four cities. This year, that includes chefs from San Antonio. Quealy Watson from the Monterey will receive a Rising Star, and Michael Sohocki at Restaurant Gwendolyn will receive the Sustainability Chef award. Jason Dady from Bin 555, Tre Trattoria, and Two Bros. BBQ Market is getting a restaurateur award, and Jeret Peña from The Esquire will take home the mixologist award. The awards will be given out at the StarChefs Rising Stars Review on February 21 at the Driskill Hotel in Austin. Many congrats to our local culinary talent!

The Super Bowl is this Sunday. It's a big deal to some, but if you couldn't care less, that's a pretty good time to head to the supermarket for your weekly grocery run. Just don't expect to find any chips or hot dog buns. If you're hosting your own party but don't want to cook, the Bright Shawl (819 Augusta) is offering party platters, with chicken wings, sandwiches, sliders, potato skins, and more. Place your order by 4 p.m. Friday at (210) 225-6366.

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