Here are the freshest new businesses to launch in San Antonio

Looking to hit up the freshest new spots in San Antonio? From a sushi restaurant to a hot dog spot, read on to see the newest destinations to open for business around town.

Kumori Sushi & Teppanyaki

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Kumori Sushi & Teppanyaki is a sushi bar that's located at 8803 State Highway 151, Suite 101.

This Texas-based franchise has outposts throughout the state. The eatery serves rice, soup, salad, rolls, sashimi, sushi, teppankyaki and more.

Start with a jalapeño firecracker, a fresh jalapeño stuffed with crab, cream cheese and tempura, then fried and drizzled with spicy mayo and sweet soy sauce. For the entree, order the shrimp fried rice and McAllen roll,  filled with tuna, salmon, shrimp, hamachi, kanikama, white fish, masago, tempura crumbs, spicy sauce, mayo, cream cheese and avocado. (Find the entire menu here.)

Baklovah Bakery & Cafe

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New to 403 Blue Star, Suite 106, in King William is Baklovah Bakery & Cafe, a bakery and Mediterranean spot, offering coffee and tea and more.

 Baklovah Bakery & Cafe serves up cakes, pastries, sandwiches, pizza and more. 

From the menu, try the spinach manakish, a type of flat bread pizza. It's topped with fresh spinach flavored with onion, garlic, lemon, and sumac. Looking for a sweet treat? Try one of the mini pastries, as well as the pistachio cannoli. (Check out the full menu here.)

The Shack

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The Shack is a new spot to score hot dogs and burgers that's located at 7431 N.W. Loop 410, Suite 115. 

This spot serves burger, fries, sandwiches, hot dogs, dessert and more. Look for the corn in a cup, as well as the Mexican hot dog, made with pico de gallo, bacon, avocado and mayo. It's served with sweet potato fries. 

Any beef burger on the menu can be substituted with chicken, turkey or a chipotle black bean patty. Save room after your meal for an Oreo churro, a sno cone or funnel cake.


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