Mike Sutter’s Top 10 most anticipated new San Antonio restaurant openings of 2022

Every restaurant set to open this year in San Antonio has a silent partner: the pandemic.

From the lofty ambitions of Allora, Arrosta and Ladino at the Pearl to scrappy projects like Wild Barley Kitchen & Brewery and The Beignet Stand on Broadway, COVID has delayed construction schedules, knotted the supply chain and left projects scrambling for staff. COVID’s even affecting the designs, feeding the post-pandemic need for room to breathe.

“In today’s world, outdoor is king,” said Patrick Richardson, who’s adding a courtyard to the new unnamed Italian project he’s building beneath his Silo Elevated Cuisine location on the North Side.

Lisa Wong stayed up nights wondering whether to build a rooftop terrace at her new Rosario’s Cafe y Cantina location on South St. Mary’s. “It came down to the fact that people expect a little more elbow room,” she said. “This might be the way it is from now on.”

https://www.expressnews.com/food/restaurants/article/Top-10-most-anticipated-San-Antonio-restaurants-16809170.php

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