San Antonio Magazine for Alamo Heights, Terrell Hills, Lincoln Heights, Terrell Heights, Northwood and Oak Park



Cappy’s Restaurant has reopened! Fans of the longtime ‘09 favorite will be glad to know that Cappy’s will continue to offer seasonal favorites that are locally grown. The front of the restaurant and bar have been updated. The fall menu will be coming soon. The restaurant opened with an appreciation dinner for construction workers who worked hard to get the restaurant ready – in about 10 weeks. “It was truly impressive to work alongside these people from 7 a.m. till midnight seven days a week. I have become friends with all these people,” said Trevor Lawton, partner. Cappy’s hours of operation: lunch 11am-2:30pm; dinner 5:30pm -10pm. Weekend brunch: Saturday 10am-2:30pm and Sunday 10am-3pm.


Save the date for tasty treats on Thursday, Sept. 10, at the Witte Museum, 7-10 p.m. The 22nd Annual Taste of the Heights will feature 40+ restaurants from the San Antonio area, a silent auction and live musical performances on four stages, including Jonathan Garcia, Court Jesters, The Tim and Bob Show and Los #3 Dinners. Tickets for this culinary experience are $50 per person and may be purchased at the event or online at, or call 210-822-7027. A few ’09-er faves include Cheesy Jane’s, Amy’s Ice Creams, Boardwalk Bistro, Tomatillos, El Machito, Urban Taco, Nothing Bundt Cakes and Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Morgan’s Wonderland and the Witte Museum.


The San Antonio Country Club is the venue for the Ecumenical Center’s Legacy of Hope Luncheon Sept. 30 at 11:30 a.m., featuring keynote speaker Elizabeth Smart. Smart was 14 years old when she was kidnapped and endured a nine-month nightmare. Tickets are $175. For more information, visit or call 210-616-0885.


BurgerFi, known for its fresh, all-natural burgers, fries and frozen custard, announces the opening of its newest store and third location in San Antonio in Alamo Heights. Located on the corner of Nacogdoches and New Braunfels Avenues, the restaurant will provide the area with the “heart” of the better burger concept that focuses on all-natural, free-range beef. At 4,500 square feet, the store will be the largest BurgerFi location in the city, accommodating all ages and boasting a large patio with a playground for the kiddos.
BurgerFi is committed to being better in a world of fast food hamburgers. Its “Never Never Program” means no steroids, antibiotics, growth hormones, chemicals or additives are ever used. The diverse menu options continue with fresh-cut fries, hand-battered onion rings, Kobe beef hot dogs, a freshly made in-house quinoa VegeFi Burger®, secret sauce, freshly prepared custards, colas made with natural cane sugar, craft beer selections, wine and more.
The restaurant’s operating hours will be 11 a.m. until late night, seven days a week.


The Witte Museum is hosting another tasty and interactive evening program for adults featuring local chefs and a diverse array of cuisines and topics. Cooking demonstrations for each program will spotlight culturally and seasonally themed menu items. Meet top local chefs, farmers, ranchers and food historians in an intimate setting as they present information, history and stories about the selected menu. Each program will also feature a wine or beer pairing from the finest Texas winemakers and brewers. Classes are 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. and are limited to 60 guests per evening. Reserve Sept. 9 for Clean, Simple and Fresh with chef Charlotte Samuel, H-E-B culinary nutritionist. Tickets start at $50 per person, $45 for members, and include a souvenir wine glass. For more information or reservations, call 210-357-1910.


Sunday Jazz at the Witte will take place Sunday, Sept. 13, 3-5 p.m. at Will Smith Amphitheater. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon of jazz; bring your lawn chair and blanket, and plan to stretch out for a few hours. Food will be available from Picante Grill. Sunday Jazz at the Witte is presented in partnership with Trinity University’s all-jazz radio station, KRTU Jazz 91.7. Sunday Jazz at the Witte is included with museum general admission. (free for members of the Witte and KRTU). To learn more, visit


Thanks to a collaboration of the Consulate General of Mexico in San Antonio and the City of San Antonio, the San Antonio Botanical Garden will welcome the bronze sculptures of internationally renowned Mexican artist Jorge Marín in an exhibit opening Sept. 9.

This urban art project invites the public to interact with the eight large-scale bronze sculptures on display at the Garden until Feb.14, 2016. A ninth sculpture will be on display at the Southwest School of Art.

For the past 25 years, these contemporary sculptures have traveled throughout the world as cultural outreach from Mexico. Now they’re traveling the United States, with their journey beginning in Texas. First shown in Brownsville, then Houston, Dallas and Fort Worth, the exhibit moves to San Antonio in early September. 
A favorite among the eight sculptures will no doubt be the one which gives the exhibit its name, Wings of the City.


Andie & Barbara has moved to its brand-new location at 1836 Nacogdoches Road in Carousel Court after serving customers for 23 years in its Broadway location. The boutique still offers a variety of stylish sportswear and cocktail wear as well as handbags, jewelry and girlfriend gifts. There’s a seamstress to perform alterations, including outside alterations, during store hours. When we spoke with owner Barbara Lozano, she reminded us that “while the store’s location has changed, the store’s same wonderful service has not.” She invites people to come by to enjoy the store and service and let her know how they like the space. Store hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call them at 210-828-4070.

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