Three different restaurants, one bakery, and one dining and entertainment venue all opened new locations across North San Antonio between April and June.

Rock & Roll Pizzeria

The owners of Capos Pizzeria renamed and rebranded their Blanco Road location to Rock & Roll Pizzeria in April.

The menu is broken down into music-themed categories, including the "Sound Garden” for salads, “intros" for appetizers and “anthems," which cover a variety of pizzas, such as the The Meatloaf for meat lovers, and The Zac Brown with barbecued chicken.

Diners may also “write their own anthem”—or build their own pizza—according to the menu.

Additionally, Rock & Roll Pizzeria offers wings, sandwiches, pasta, calzones and desserts.Tap Rack Social

Tap Rack Social is a dining and entertainment venue that comes complete with simulated golf and sports shooting ranges.

The venue has a full bar with craft beers and cocktails, along with a menu featuring Mattenga’s Pizza and other pub grub items such as Fiesta corn dip, hot wings, pizza rolls, hot pretzel rolls, salads and desserts.

Tap Rack Social is available for booking for private group events.Roca and Martillo

Local chef Jason Dady celebrated the opening of his newest dining concept, Roca and Martillo Cucina and Bar, a Tuscan/Italian/Texan-inspired eatery that features indoor and outdoor seating and a rooftop patio.

Roca and Martillo is located at Frost Plaza in The Rock at La Cantera, a newer north San Antonio development that serves as both the San Antonio Spurs’ practice and training facility as well as a public gathering space. The menu features a fusion of Italian dishes—mainly recipes from Tuscany—and South Texas flavors, including smoked brisket lasagna, parmigiano fried chicken and skinned rainbow trout with Italian salsa verde.

Representatives from the Jason Dady Restaurant Group said Roca and Martillo translates to “rock and hammer,” an ode to the Spurs “pounding the rock” team mantra. This is a second collaboration between Dady and the Spurs, as Dady’s Two Bros. BBQ is among the dining offerings at Frost Bank Center, the Spurs’ home.

“This new venture is a testament to the strong sense of family and community that defines San Antonio. Our goal is to create a dining experience that brings people together, much like the Spurs have done for our city,” Dady said in a statement.Miguelito's Mexican Grill and Cantina

Miguelito’s, which operates Mexican restaurants in Carrizo Springs and Crystal City, opened their first San Antonio location at the Park North retail center.

Miguelito’s menu contains an array of Mexican, Tex-Mex and American dishes, including a carne guisada plate, steak tempiquena, fajita cheese fries, and hot wings.Sprinkles and Spoons

Sprinkles and Spoons, a gluten-free bakery, opened in May. Owner and head baker Amber Goulden said that in her role as a professional recipe developer, being diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2009 inspired her to create a dining option dedicated to a gluten-free baked goods.

Sprinkles and Spoons has a daily selection of cookies, cupcakes, toaster pastries and more, as well as seasonal specials. Baked goods are available to buy inside the store, for pre-order and pick-up, and for local and nationwide delivery.