Dakota East Side Ice House in San Antonio opens kitchen extension in adjacent historic building | Flavor | San Antonio

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The Dakota East Side Ice House in San Antonio has opened its new kitchen extension.

Dakota East Side Ice House cut the ribbon Wednesday on a kitchen extension that will allow it to offer a wider menu to customers and give neighborhood residents more take-out options.

Owner Kent Oliver showed off the new take-out concept last fall, serving as the interior of a renovated structure on the same block east of downtown as the icehouse. Back then, the menu included smoked brisket, cured meats, fried pork skins, and sliced ​​pizzas.

Dakota East Side Ice House owner Kent Olive speaks at the May 17 ribbon cutting.  - COURTESY OF KENT OLIVER

Courtesy of Kent Oliver

Dakota East Side Ice House owner Kent Olive speaks at the May 17 ribbon cutting.

With the kitchen upgrade, handmade pizzas, fried shrimp tacos and “an amazing patty melt” will be available in mid-June, Oliver told the Fluent. In July, the new space will offer walk-in, curbside and drive-in service.

The new take-out concept is located at 419 S. Hackberry St. The structure now enjoys a historic designation from the City of San Antonio.

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