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- San Antonio’s Dakota East Side Ice House will introduce a new a to-go food extension this fall.
While the ice house already serves up items such as Wagyu chili Frito pie and carnitas tacos, a second kitchen will allow it to prepare other items such as smoked brisket, dried meats, fried pork skins and possibly pizza by the slice, according to the news site.
Dakota Ice House owner Kent Oliver told MySA a new kitchen is being installed at the to-go building, located at 419 S. Hackberry St. He hopes to be fully operational by late November.
The 1926 building being converted into the to-go operation was originally used to store ice, according to Office of Historic Preservation documents cited in the news story.
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