All the Restaurants That Opened in San Antonio This June 

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San Antonio saw quite a bit of new restaurants (mostly an add-on to chains and such), a market location, and a few sad closures. Here's how the food scene changed in June.
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Steel City Pops
17619 La Cantera Pkwy, (210) 610-9060, steelcitypops.com
Shoppers at the Rim can now stop by Steel City Pops for a quick break or to cool down. The Alabama-based, family-operated popsicle chain opened up a second San Antonio location in mid-June.
Photo via Instagram / foodlifemag
Hawx Burger Bar
700 E. Sonterra Blvd., Suite 318, (210) 320-4299, hawxburgerbar.com
Burgers and asiago truffle fries have found their way to the Sonterra area. Owner Christian Hawx is still remodeling during off-hours, but those on the far North Side can enjoy everything Hawx has to offer.
Photo via Instagram / hawxsonterra
Tre at the Museum
200 W. Jones St #501, (210) 805-0333, tretrattoria.com
Jason Dady's latest restaurant, a reinvention from Tre Trattoria at The Boardwalk on Broadway, opened inside SAMA for some Tuscan-marinated beef tenderloin, deviled eggs and other Tre faves.
Photo via Instagram / tre_trattoria
Honchos House of Churros
8190 Seguin Road, Converse, facebook.com
Honchos added a second trailer out in Converse. The space is equipped with the same menu as the Babcock/Huebner location, as well as a playground area, picnic chairs and tents.
Photo via Instagram / gohonchos
Hula Poke
11830 Bandera Rd, (210) 592-1003, facebook.com
Hula Poke opened its third location, this time nestled on Bandera Road in Helotes. This growing chain is best known for its DIY poke bowls.
Photo via Instagram / milkbutterandeggs
Hip Peaz Vegan
13469 Wetmore Rd, (210) 592-8366, facebook.com
Munch On Co-op got a new vendor – a vegan one to be exact. Enjoy foods like house-made vegan meats like corned beef, and beet patties.
Photo via Instagram / hippeazveganeats
Earth Burger
2501 Nacogdoches Road, (210) 476-5010, eatearthburger.com
Earth Burger opened its second San Antonio location in mid-June. The growing chain offers vegetarian and vegan-friendly options for green-eaters.
Photo via Instagram / earth_burger
Fugu Poke House
23702 W. I-10 Frontage Road, Suite 101, (210) 267-5504, instagram.com
More poke in San Antonio with the addition of Fugu at the Dominion Springs Plaza. From the owners of Uniko Japanese House, Fugu features DIY as well as signature bowls in three sizes. Oh, and poke burritos too!
Photo via Instagram / jesselizarraras
Shebel's Rollin Cafe
10996 Pearsall Road, Atascosa, instagram.com
For those living outside 1604 south of the city, Shebel’s brings fresh coffee to the area. Owner Sheldon Stanley has set up shop outside his home and uses beans from Estate Coffee Co.
Photo via Instagram / shebelsrollincafe
MOD Pizza
8211 State Hwy 151, Suite 101, (210) 817-6665, modpizza.com
The fast, DIY pizza spot keeps on growing here in San Antonio. MOD celebrated the grand opening of its Westover Marketplace location (151 and 410) on June 29 with giveaways.
Photo via Instagram / modpizza
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Jimmy John’s
12830 Silicon Drive, (210) 690-4444, jimmyjohns.com
The freaky-fast sandwich shop opened up another location, perfect for your lunch-in-a-hurry needs.
Photo via Instagram / jimmyjohns
The Boardwalk on Broadway Farmers Market
4001 Broadway, facebook.com
The Rim Farmers Market has migrated south and set up shop on Broadway. The Boardwalk on Broadway weekly Sunday market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Photo via Instagram / thegingersnap
Chick-fil-A
4455 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 910-6330, chick-fil-a.com
Much to the excitement of the community, the classic chicken chain opened up a Balcones Heights location in mid-June.
Photo via Instagram / girlwiththecurl21
Pollos Asados Los Norteños
4642 Rigsby Ave., (210) 648-3303, facebook.com
As of June 28, San Antonio’s favorite chicken spot has closed yet again just two months after reopening. The Rigsby spot has had smoke problem in the past, much to the complaint of the restaurant’s owners.
Photo via Instagram / jesselizarraras
Pugel’s
3502 N Saint Marys St, (210) 467-5062, facebook.com
Hot dogs take another L here in San Antonio with the closure of this St. Mary’s spot. An off-shoot of the late Original San Antonio Hot Dog House, Pugel’s took to Facebook to share that the parking situation hurt the business to the point of closure. Neighboring businesses weren’t willing to let Pugel’s pay for parking.
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent
Santa Fe Trail New Mexican Restaurant
16080 San Pedro Ave, (210) 951-2467, santafetrail281.com
After just a year in San Antonio’s food scene, Santa Fe Trail closed its doors on June 12. The restaurant was known for its hatch chile green sauce, green chile stew and other New Mexico-style dishes.
Photo via Instagram / david_anthony1981
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Steel City Pops
17619 La Cantera Pkwy, (210) 610-9060, steelcitypops.com
Shoppers at the Rim can now stop by Steel City Pops for a quick break or to cool down. The Alabama-based, family-operated popsicle chain opened up a second San Antonio location in mid-June.
Photo via Instagram / foodlifemag