Nationally beloved eatery scares San Antonio with sudden shutter, plus more top stories
Editor's note: It’s that time again — time to check in with our top stories. From Central Texas day trips to historic site renovations, here are five articles that captured our collective attention over the past seven days.
1. Nationally beloved eatery scares San Antonio with sudden shutter. Carnitas Lonja announced June 25 was its last day of business at 1107 Roosevelt Ave Ste. B, but thankfully it seems to just be a short hiatus.
2. 3 Central Texas tours ranked among Tripadvisor's best experiences in the nation. A quick wine tour from San Antonio, a BBQ expedition from Austin, and a surprise third entry made the coveted annual list.
3. Californians moving to San Antonio can save over $500,000, new study finds. Turns out there's a good reason it feels like Californians are everywhere now.
4. Birthplace of Texas announces $44 million restoration efforts for historic site. Whether San Antonians believe it or not, the Alamo was only part of the story of the Texas Republic.
5. Texas accelerates to No. 1 on list of best states for road trips this summer. Good news for in-state adventurers — especially those who prefer not to fly: Texas is the No. 1 state for a summer road trip.