San Antonio will soon have 2 Postino wineries

Postino does something extra for San Antonio. The Phoenix-based wine café brand adds San Antonio to its list of locations nationwide, not only on The Rim but also near the Pearl.

Last week, Postino confirmed the location of Reem, a 5,000-square-foot coffee shop slated to open next spring, but it appears a second Postino is slated to open on Broadway. Postino representatives were not available for comment. However, plans submitted to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation show Postino operating on a 4,000-square-foot installment at 2600 Broadway, which is less than a mile from Pearl.

A little bit of this, a little bit of that via the next Postino.

Grace Stovkowski

The building previously housed Summer Classics home decor and furniture store, which moved in January and moved to The Vineyard, a shopping mall in the Stone Oak area, in February.

Wine and cheese?  say less.

Wine and cheese? say less.

Jane Duncan

Postino offers an à la carte menu of wines and snacks.

Postino offers an à la carte menu of wines and snacks.

Becca Wright

Postino sets up its first location in San Antonio.

Postino sets up its first location in San Antonio.

Jane Duncan

The all-day dining restaurant and wine bar brand has a cult-like following with current and upcoming locations throughout Texas, California, Georgia, Colorado and Arizona. Postino prides itself on its warm, eclectic atmosphere where “it is not a crime to drink wine at lunch”.

Customers can expect to sip 30 boutique wines from glass and craft drinks as well as light bites like bruschetta, panini, salads, and an array of charcuterie and shareable bars. Postino also serves brunch with $6 of mimosas and wine cocktails.

Postino co-founder and CEO Lauren Bailey previously told MySA.com she’s from San Antonio, so adding coffee shops to the city seemed like a natural fit.

Postino WineCafe is adding another location in San Antonio.  The Phoenix-based restaurant specializes in accessible wines with a menu of bruschetta and panini sandwiches.

Postino WineCafe is adding another location in San Antonio. The Phoenix-based restaurant specializes in accessible wines with a menu of bruschetta and panini sandwiches.

Becca Wright

Postino WineCafe is adding another location in San Antonio.  The Phoenix-based restaurant specializes in accessible wines with a menu of bruschetta and panini sandwiches.

Postino WineCafe is adding another location in San Antonio. The Phoenix-based restaurant specializes in accessible wines with a menu of bruschetta and panini sandwiches.

Rising projects

“The feeling of connection and fit in with the community is what drives us to open our doors and a new location,” Bailey said. “Honestly, it has to do with a feeling in me that this is our next home. I was born in San Antonio, so it is part of my personal roots. There is so much to love in the city.”

Postino’s plans join the list of upcoming additions to the region.


Ladino, a Mediterranean grill, will soon open in the Pearl, along with the massive Carriqui and Stable Hall, a new music venue. Big Animal, a relaxing hangout with burgers and hot dogs, prepares to take over the former home of Hello Paradise.

Carpenter Hospitality Carpenter has opened a sushi restaurant, a cozy Southern dining area, and a boutique fish market in the neighborhood. Santa Diabla, the first American concept of a Mexican restaurant group, is moving to what was formerly Cerveceria Chapultepec.

Another well-known local restaurant group on the Costa Pacifica and 1902 plans to open Lunatique, Easy Baby, Amelia, Hook and Créme at The Creamery, a new mixed-use development near the Pearl.

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