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September Restaurant Openings and Closings

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A few days after the fact, but let's recap September, shall we?

Openings

Squeezers Co. opened its first brick-and-mortar on September 4. Find them at 317 Probandt Road, (210) 376-7455.

In booze news, Alamo Distilling Co. opened off Chestnut with a line of craft whiskies, rum and a tasting room. Find them 621 Chestnut St., (210) 325-7853.

El Bucanero opened its third location, this time off Marbach Road on September 7. That's a lot more ceviche to go around. Find them at 8300 Marbach Road, (210) 645-7337.

We have more choices when it comes to chicken and waffles with the opening of The South Chicken and Waffles on September 9. Find them at 5739 Callaghan Road, Suite. 100, (220) 647-6677.

Pinch Boil House & Bia Bar started its soft opening process on September 8. Find them at 124 N. Main Ave., (210) 971-7774.

The guys behind Toastie Buns fired up the engine to one of the city's first food trucks. Follow them on Facebook to see where they're cookin'.

Pastries and coffee are back in Olmos Park with the mid-September opening of Eaton Sweet Coffee Bar. Find them at  5223 McCullough Road, (210) 275-1969.

The Alta Vista neighborhood scored a new eatery in Outlaw Kitchens, which opens from 5 to 8 p.m. with take-away dinners and seats for about 23 guests. The menu changes twice a week and they only serve two entrees. Find them at 2919 N. Flores St., (210) 300-4728.

Tucker's Kozy Korner reopened on September 22 under new management. Spoiler alert: It's still kozy. Find them at 1338 E. Houston St., (210) 320-21192.

Closings

Olmos Park said good-bye to Olmos Pharmacy. The shop's owner closed its doors on September 7 and later announced the restaurant's equipment was up for sale.

Earl Abel's closed up shop temporarily as it moved to its new location off Broadway inside the former Timbo's.

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