San Antonio's most anticipated restaurant openings, plus this week's most popular stories
Editor's note: Welcome to our weekly roundup of the hottest stories in San Antonio. Each weekend, we share five pieces that captured the attention of the Alamo City over the past seven days.
1.Every anticipated San Antonio restaurant opening in fall 2019. As if San Antonio's scene couldn't get hotter, this fall ushers in even more anticipated eateries. From Southern gastropubs to upscale tiki bars, this story gives new meaning to "making a list and checking it twice."
2. San Antonio suburb drifts onto Money's Best Places to Live 2019. This San Antonio 'burb already boasts a world-class university, quaint downtown square, and optimal tubing conditions, but now it can add another accolade: it's one of the best places to live in America.
3. These wild West Texas cabins let you sleep on the edge of the world. Well, we know where our next vacation is going to be. These picturesque cabins are tucked on the edge of Palo Duro Canyon, the second largest canyon in the U.S. behind that other, slightly grander one.
4.Popular Broadway gastropub flies out of San Antonio after 5 years. A popular sports bar has flown the coop. The Roost Pub & Cafe, which nestled on Broadway, has shuttered after five years.
5. San Antonio cashes in among cheapest places for millennials to live. The millennial generation is changing how Americans live, including here in San Antonio. A new report analyzed the affordable, culturally rich cities where millennials are moving, and the Alamo City is near the top of the list.