Here are the food outlets to be found at San Antonio’s massive new food hall
San Antonio’s newest food hall, Make Ready Market, is gradually nearing its grand opening, with several dining and beverage concepts taking shape within its refurbished structure.
Garaje Cantina, a bar concept, initiated its soft launch in early November and has been operating from 5 p.m. until sellout on Fridays and 3 p.m. until sellout on Saturdays and Sundays. Their menu features a curated selection of wines, beers, and signature cocktails, including a festive Christmas-themed Winter Spiced Cranberry Mule.
Casa Morgana, a renowned gelato company established in Mexico in 2017, has expanded its reach to the United States with a location at Make Ready Market. Opening its doors on Friday, December 1st, Casa Morgana will tantalize taste buds with velvety smooth gelato in classic flavors alongside rotating creative concoctions.
Buje, a drink stand pronounced as boujee, specializes in crafting refreshing lemonades, juices, and wellness-focused beverages using all-natural ingredients. This popular brand has graced music festivals, pop-ups, and now, Make Ready Market.
The Fair Goods, a local shopping concept, showcases a delightful array of leather goods, ceramics, apothecary products, art/decor, jewelry, and gems. While waiting for your order from neighboring stands, browse through The Fair Goods’ unique offerings and perhaps discover a one-of-a-kind gift for the upcoming holidays.
Thai Bird, a Thai chicken experience focused on gluten-free cuisine, has been teasing their upcoming debut at Make Ready Market with pop-up events at Idle Beer Hall & Brewing, situated next door. Chef Devon Martinez-Temoney has hinted on Facebook that Thai Bird is nearing its soft opening, and MySA will provide updates on its official launch.