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Elizabeth James for Whataburger

San Antonio-based Whataburger has announced major expansion plans and a new design for restaurants.

It’s been a while since most Americans could go out and grab a drink with a friend. As states began to reopen at the beginning of the month, some patrons flooded back to their favorite watering hole.

Dominic Walsh

Updated 5/29 to reflect CRE8AD8's first shiptment to the San Antonio Food Bank.

San Antonio congressmen Joaquin Castro and Lloyd Doggett are asking the U.S. Department of Agriculture to stop working with an area business. 

Tortilla chips on a restaurant table at Market Square.
Jack Morgan | Texas Public Radio

Eager to dig the state out of a pandemic-fueled financial crisis, state leaders have given the green light to continue rebooting Texas' economy. Chief among concerns about reopening businesses is that rushing to do so will trigger a second wave of COVID-19 cases. 

David Martin Davies | Texas Public Radio

Most families are stocking up their pantries to deal with the coronavirus isolation orders. But the overwhelming rush at local supermarkets left many stores with empty shelves. That has left restaurants facing a unique set of problems ... and opportunities.