10-Vendor Food Concept to Open This Fall in San Antonio
Land once held by a downtown car dealer will become a haven for foodies. The San Antonio Report reports that Hixon Properties will spend $2.75 million to renovate the old Cadillac dealership between Broadway and the San Antonio River and convert it into a food court suitable for up to ten vendors.
To be called the Make Ready Market, there is more on its website, “Grab a bite, have a drink, and stay a bit. Nestled between Broadway and the San Antonio River, Make Ready Market features eats and treats from San Antonio’s epicurean notables and new voices at the table. Come experience what here tastes like.”
There will be burgers, pizza, Thai food, A Mexican seafood concept and a beer hall, among others. Longtime chef and hospitality manager Zach Garza will serve as the food hall’s general manager. Garza is also the owner-operator of the Make Ready beverage stall Garaje Cantina.
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