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Diners Find a Tribute to San Antonio’s Past at Four Brothers

In May 1852 four French missionaries from the Society of Mary arrived in downtown San Antonio. A Galveston-based bishop had tasked the four Marianist brothers with opening a school in San Antonio to share their teachings, and the group built a limestone building that opened as St. Mary’s Institute in 1853. By 1968, the facility had been transformed into the city’s first luxury hotel—roots that the Omni La Mansión del Rio continue today. The hotel’s newest restaurant, Four Brothers, is a tribute to those French missionaries who first established the site.
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Project Pollo’s Plans to Take Its Vegan Chicken National

With a baby on the way and $3 left in his back account, Lucas Bradbury huddled in a food truck in San Antonio, tinkering with a secret recipe he planned to sell to customers in less than 24 hours. It was September of 2020, a year full of unexpected moves, and Bradbury was betting on his new creation: a deep-fried chicken sandwich with a slather of aioli and a dill pickle slice, accompanied by a side of creamy macaroni and cheese.
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This week's Blue Plate Award goes to Sea Island

SAN ANTONIO - This week’s Blue Plate Award features seafood with pizazz. It’s a family chain with seven locations and its roots run deep here in San Antonio. It’s a lobster extravaganza at Sea Island with serious seafood made by a family with Greek roots. They have seven locations but it’s the I-10 location that won this week’s award for keeping its kitchen squeaky clean and that’s no small accomplishment.
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