A provider of autism therapeutic services recently celebrated the opening of a North San Antonio clinic, and a local restaurant chain is preparing to relocate its Hill Country Village-area location.
Representatives from Magnolia Pancake Haus said on its social media channels May 24 that they tentatively plan to relocate the eatery at 606 Embassy Oaks to 2070 N. Loop 1604 E. in early June.
According to the social media posts, crews at Magnolia will spend the week of June 5-8 transitioning the Embassy Oaks retail center storefront to the new Loop 1604 site, which previously housed Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery.
Representatives said they tentatively plan to close the Embassy Oaks location after service ends there June 4 and open the Loop 1604 spot June 9. Magnolia has been offering homestyle breakfast and lunch dishes from Embassy Oaks for more than 23 years.
The former Tilted Kilt building has been undergoing a $750,000 renovation project to accommodate the new Magnolia Pancake Haus since last fall, according to a Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation filing.
The new Magnolia on Loop 1604 will include outdoor seating, according to restaurant representatives.
The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce held a May 23 ribbon-cutting ceremony for Apara Autism Center’s first San Antonio location at 1922 Dry Creek Way.
Apara offers applied behavior analysis-based therapy services for children on the autism spectrum in home or at the north side clinic. Apara has clinics in the Houston and Dallas areas.