Bill Miller Bar-B-Q reopens its dining rooms at 30 locations
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q has reopened 30 of its dining rooms in its first reopening phase. SAN ANTONIO – Editor’s note: This story was published through a partnership between the San Antonio Business Journal and KSAT. Bill Miller Bar-B-Q has reopened 30 of its dining rooms in its first reopening phase. Bill Miller Bar-B-Q has over 70 locations in the San Antonio area. Bill Miller closed its dining rooms in June as Covid-19 case numbers rose in San Antonio.
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q plans new $60M headquarters
SAN ANTONIO – Editor’s note: This story was published through a partnership between the San Antonio Business Journal and KSAT. San Antonio-based barbecue chain Bill Miller Bar-B-Q plans to build a new headquarters on the West Side with an estimated cost of $60 million, state documents show. The planned campus would house a two-story, 335,000-square-foot building at 5330 State Highway 151, according to architectural records filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. RVK Architects Inc., of San Antonio, is listed as the design firm. Bill Miller Bar-B-Q President and CEO Jim Guy Egbert declined to comment on the filing, telling the Business Journal in an email that the company is “not yet at a point to discuss.”Read more on this story at the San Antonio Business Journal.
Sweet! Pumpkin pie is back at Bill Miller Bar-B-Q
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q’s signature holiday pumpkin pie is back. The savory dessert made its return Monday, October 5, and will be available while supplies last, according to restaurant officials. KSAT called a local Bill Miller location and was told the cost for pumpkin pie is $2.29 per slice and $10.95 for a full pie. If you’re a die-hard pumpkin pie fan you can also buy a “You had me at Bill Miller Pumpkin Pie” t-shirt and wear it while you’re eating the pie. The Great Pumpkin (pie) returns 🎃 *Available while supplies last Posted by Bill Miller Bar-B-Q on Monday, October 5, 2020Related:
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q adding 2 new menu items this week
SAN ANTONIO Two new menu items a breakfast option and a seasonal plate are headed to Bill Miller Bar-B-Q restaurants starting this week. The barbecue chain on Monday announced a new sausage breakfast sandwich and the return of the turkey plate. The turkey plate with two sides and a large tea, priced at $7.95, will stick around until Oct. 4 while supplies last, the chain states. The Breakfast Sandwich you know and love, but with a twist Posted by Bill Miller Bar-B-Q on Monday, September 7, 2020Many commenters loved the menu additions, while others demanded the return of soup. When asked about the pumpkin pies comeback ahead of the holidays, the chain said its counting down the days.Read also:
Tamales are back at Bill Miller Bar-B-Q for a limited time
SAN ANTONIO – The holidays are still months away, but Bill Miller Bar-B-Q is giving us something to unwrap in the meantime. The San Antonio-based barbeque chain is now selling tamales at its restaurants for a limited time. The chain started selling the meals — a holiday favorite here in San Antonio — on Thursday. The plates will be available while supplies last, Bill Miller Bar-B-Q states. Read also: Bill Miller Bar-B-Q to serve Mac and Cheese for a limited time
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q to serve Mac and Cheese for a limited time
SAN ANTONIO Bill Miller Bar-B-Q announced Sunday that they would be serving Mac and Cheese as a side dish for a limited time only. The barbecue chain said in a statement that their newest side item is the cheesiest in South Texas.CEO and President Jim Guy Egbert said the company wanted to provide customers a comfort food during the current health crisis. Macaroni and cheese is a comfort food and with the current state of affairs regarding the pandemic, we thought we could bring some comfort to our customers and their families, Egbert said in a statement. We want our customers to have another delicious option when they come to our restaurants. Its our family, serving theirs!Visit a Bill Miller Bar-B-Q location near you from Aug. 10 to Sept. 6 to try the side for yourself.
These San Antonio businesses received millions of dollars in Paycheck Protection Program loans
SAN ANTONIO The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has released data regarding businesses that applied for Paycheck Protection Program loans and nearly 3,000 San Antonio businesses appear to have requested funds through the program. The list of organizations that received loans include businesses, nonprofit organizations and educational entities. All PPP loans are subject to SBA review and all loans over $2 million will automatically be reviewed, according to the press release. The Paycheck Protection Program resumed accepting applications Monday at 8 a.m. in response to the Paycheck Protection Program Extension Act. The new deadline to apply for a Paycheck Protection Program loan is August 8, 2020, according to SBA.gov.
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q closes dining rooms again due to COVID-19 surge
SAN ANTONIO On the day that Texas Governor Greg Abbott said restaurants in Texas must reduce capacity from 75% to 50% due to surges in COVID-19 cases across the state, Bill Miller Bar-B-Q has decided to close its dining rooms altogether. Bill Miller Bar-B-Q officials announced Monday that dining rooms at its restaurants are closed. Greg Abbott says bars must close by noon, restaurants to scale back capacityCustomers can go through the drive-thru or order food to be picked up curbside or for delivery. According to its website, The San Antonio-based company presently operates 76 restaurants in the San Antonio, Corpus Christi and Austin areas. Abbotts order was issued Friday as Texas continues to see a spike in COVID-19 casesTexas Department of Health and Human Services reports 66,356 active cases of COVID-19 in the state currently.