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No Manu or Tony, but AT&T Center adding celebrity chef, new restaurant, bar to lineup

Johnny Hernandez bringing cuisine from La Gloria, Burgerteca to Spurs home games

SAN ANTONIO – Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard may be gone, but the AT&T Center is adding celebrity chef Johnny Hernandez to the lineup.

Hernandez is set to bring his local fare from La Gloria and Burgerteca to the AT&T Center.

The restaurant and bar will be located on the building’s east concourse on the balcony level, and will be accessible to every fan inside the arena. It will also be open during concerts and special events.

The new food hot spot is scheduled to open in November and will overlook the arena bowl and have TVs throughout the area.

“There is nothing more exciting for us than to be partnering with a beloved local organization like Spurs Sports & Entertainment to enrich the culinary experience at the AT&T Center for the San Antonio community,” Hernandez said.

Hernandez said the menu will feature traditional Mexican street foods at La Gloria and classic hamburgers at Burgerteca. 

The bar will feature rare tequilas, fusion blends, signature margaritas and more, Hernandez said.


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