This week's hot headlines
Le Creuset factory sale leads this week's 5 hottest San Antonio headlines
Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find that list here.
1. Cult favorite Le Creuset cooks up next factory sale in San Antonio. San Antonians who have been waiting to buy a high quality Dutch oven or stock up on other enameled cast iron kitchen tools will have their chance in spring 2024. Iconic French cookware brand Le Creuset is coming to the Freeman Coliseum from March 21-24 for a rare "Factory to Table Sale" with limited-edition discounted products.
2. New Braunfels lassos Texas Roadhouse for new shopping center. New Braunfels' Creekside Town Center is about to get a lot more Texan. The shopping center is adding Texas Roadhouse to its dining offerings, with an 8,000-square-foot restaurant expecting completion by the end of 2024.
2. San Antonio reels in recognition among best cities for filmmakers in 2024. Things are looking up for San Antonio's film scene in 2024, but there's still room for growth. The Alamo City has been deemed the No. 24 best place to live and work as a moviemaker by film industry magazine MovieMaker. That's only a slight drop from its previous rank of No. 22 in 2023.
4. 5 San Antonio chefs and restaurants score James Beard Award semifinalist nominations for 2024. San Antonio is holding its own on this year’s list of semifinalists for the James Beard Awards. The group includes five nominations split between three nominees for Best Chef: Texas and two nominees for national award categories.
5. Utah coffeehouse Beans & Brews opens first Texas shop in San Antonio. A coffee chain from Utah made its official Texas debut: Beans & Brews Coffeehouse, founded in Salt Lake City in 1993, celebrated the grand opening of its first location in Texas in the Alamo Ranch area of San Antonio, at 6507 W. Loop 1604 N. on Saturday, January 20.