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Bojangles, Andrew Weissman: San Antonio's biggest food stories of the week

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Bojangles is set to open several stores in San Antonio in the coming years. - FLICKR / MR. BLUE MAUMAU
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  • Bojangles is set to open several stores in San Antonio in the coming years.
This week's lineup of San Antonio food news was dominated by news of restaurant openings and leadership shakeups, changes that promise to alter the landscape of the city's food scene in the coming months.

Among the Current's most-read food stories this week: Lauded SA chef Andrew Weissman announced his departure from the high-end La Cantera eatery bearing his name, while the owner of longtime Vietnamese eatery Pho Ha Long handed the reins to a close family member.

In the "openings" category, North Carolina-based chain Bojangles and China-based Ten Second Yunnan Noodle Shop both have announced plans to open San Antonio-area locations, and local fave Kimura reopened in new digs.

Read on for all the deets.
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