Here are the newest businesses to open in San Antonio

Photo: Julias Bistro & Bar/Yelp
Photo: Julias Bistro & Bar/Yelp

Interested in sampling the newest businesses to open in San Antonio? From a seafood spot to a French restaurant, read on for a list of the newest destinations to open for business recently.

Redhook Cajun Seafood & Bar

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Redhook Cajun Seafood & Bar is a Cajun/Creole spot offers Cajun-style seafood dishes. Stop by the restaurant and bar to see for yourself by stopping in at 6759 N.W. Loop 410.

Seafood boils, made with shrimp, clams, mussels or a mix, are the specialty here, but you can also order fried shrimp and oysters, chicken wings and tenders or crab, lobster and shrimp by the pound. Lunch specials are available Monday-Friday from noon–3 p.m. (Check out the full menu here.)

Julia's Bistro & Bar

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Julia's Bistro & Bar is a French and New American spot that recently opened at 1725 Blanco Road in Beacon Hill. Yelpers are fans of Julia's Bistro & Bar: It's got five stars out of eight reviews, so far.

The restaurant and bar offers a blend of authentic French, Mexican and New American cuisine as well as an extensive wine list to offer an internationally-inspired dining experience. Menu highlights include seared scallops, escargot toast, duck confit salad, stuffed pork loin and a grilled flat iron steak with chimichurri sauce. (Check out the full wine list here.)

The Crepe Addiction

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The Crepe Addiction is a new crêperie located at 5222 De Zavala Road, Suite 328. With five stars out of 14 reviews on Yelp, it's been a hit thus far. 

The new eatery offers a variety of Japanese-style crêpe cones, bubble tea and more. Aside from sweet, savory and ice cream  crêpes, the menu also features slushies, milk teas and fruit teas. 

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