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Luna Rosa, Mr. Crabby's: San Antonio's biggest food stories of the week

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McAllen-born Mr. Crabby’s Seafood Kitchen and Bar has opened in the northeastern suburb of Selma. - FACEBOOK / MR.CRABBY'S SEAFOOD KITCHEN AND BAR LIVE OAK BY REDHOOK
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  • McAllen-born Mr. Crabby’s Seafood Kitchen and Bar has opened in the northeastern suburb of Selma.
The Current’s biggest food stories this week consisted mostly of opening announcements for new restaurants, including Bar Loretta’s debut of its craft cocktails and fancy fare in Southtown, and steaming seafood on the Northeast side from McAllen-based Mr. Crabby’s.

The oddball of this week's top stories focused on a report from a home-project advice site Workshopedia, which named Lone Star — brewed by San Antonio-based Pabst — as Texas' most popular "trashy” beer.

Read on for those stories and more. So many restaurants, so little time. Find out the latest San Antonio dining news with our Flavor Friday Newsletter.

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