Spring leaves us with a fresh clean slate, a time for rebirth and newness. As our gardens begin to sprout we are reminded of the natural beauty that surrounds us. So, why not bring some of that fresh, new life inside of the house? A simple, yet elegant succulent terrarium will add a breath of life to your home.
Looking to keep those healthy habits throughout the New Year? The Sandbar is a great place where you won’t need to worry about having the options that fit into the boundaries of your resolutions. The Sandbar features only the freshest hook and line caught seafood to offer the freshest fish in San Antonio.
The exhibit “Trees of Life,” hosted at Centro de Artes, celebrates culture, tradition, and innovation. Ceramic work by famed Mexican artist Veronica Castillo is paired with vibrant paintings by Kathy Sosa. The details in Castillo’s artistry follow centuries of her ancestral traditions. Hailing from Izucar de Matamoros in Puebla, Mexico, her family is famous for its ceramic folk art.
One of the great things about winter is being able to snuggle up next to the fire while watching a good movie. The best way to do it is with warm hot cocoa in one hand and a sweet treat in the other. Try out these amazing recipes, start the fire, and flip on a movie—it’s about to be the ultimate winter movie night.
The holiday season is amongst us. Now is the time for family, food, and adding that special touch to everything that you do. From setting the table, to home décor, the holidays give you a chance to add that extra hint of warmth and cheer. Check out these simple touches that you can add to your holiday dining table this season.
Cocktail culture in San Antonio continues the sustained shake and stir that was kick-started at Bohanan’s by debut consultant, the late Sasha Petraske. Veterans of that venture have gone on to manage and own new establishments, and they have been joined in city-wide expansion by long-time bar operators and freshly minted entrepreneurs alike.