Hidden Grove, a pet-friendly bar and music venue, will open this summer in the Schertz suburb of San Antonio | Flavor | San Antonio


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The upcoming Hidden Grove bills itself as both a sports bar and a backyard hangout.

San Antonio pet parents will soon have a new place to bring their furry friends while they soak up and listen to music.

The Hidden Grove bar and concert venue is set to open this summer in Schertz, the Express-News reports. Both a sports bar and a backyard hangout, the site sits on a half-acre at 539 Main Street in the northeast suburbs.

The mostly outdoor spot will offer amenities such as an outdoor live music stage, a large faucet wall and a full bar, according to the daily. In addition, it is close to The Purple Pig barbecue spot and a space is reserved for food trucks.

According to Express-News.

“The goal is to provide a very relaxed environment where people can have a drink and enjoy each other’s company, but we’ll also have live entertainment, lots of TVs and we’ll show UFC fights,” he said. said owner Nick Marquez at Express-News. “This is my first project built from the frame, so it allowed a lot of flexibility in building this one. It’s going to be neat.

Marquez also operates drinks at nearby Old Main Ice House and Bar House. He told the daily that he hoped to open his new business by July 4.

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