Pearl to open ‘the largest culinary market in the Southwest’ on Tuesday

SAN ANTONIO – The Pearl will soon be home to “the largest culinary market in the Southwest,” with the opening of Pullman Market this week.

The market is slated to open on Tuesday at 221 Newell Ave., the site of the former Samuels Glass Co. building.

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Pullman Market spans 40,000 square feet and includes four restaurants, food-to-go kiosks, an artisan butcher and fishmonger program, a wine and beer section, Texas-based produce and specialties, and a seasonal bakery and fresh pasta program.

Pullman Market is slated to open at the Pearl in San Antonio in Spring 2024. (Courtesy, Pullman Market)

Emmer & Rye Hospitality Group, which runs Ladino in San Antonio, is the founding partner for Pullman Market.

“We are excited to create a new, unique culinary experience that represents all of Texas for locals and travelers alike,” partner Kevin Fink said in a news release. “Pullman Market is a place to celebrate all things food. You can grab a quick bite or stay awhile at one of our restaurants. You can discover high-quality ingredients for dinner or grab something premade to make mealtime easy.”

“Pullman is about creating easier relationships with local food and producers, a relationship that is often reserved for high-end restaurants or weekend farmers markets, and we are excited to share it with the community,” Fink said.

The news release states Pullman Market will house four full-service restaurants, two of which will open on Tuesday (Fife & Farro and Mezquite).

  • Fife & Farro will be a family-friendly restaurant that specializes in homemade pizza and pasta. No reservations will be required.
Fife and Farro is slated to open at the Pullman Market. (Courtesy, Pullman Market)
  • Mezquite will be a restaurant and mezcal bar focusing on the cuisine of Sonora, Mexico.
Mezquite is slated to open at the Pullman Market. (Courtesy, Pullman Market)
  • Isidore will be an “elevated dining experience” with a regularly changing menu, the release states. Reservations will be required.
Isidore is slated to open at the Pullman Market. (Courtesy, Pullman Market)
  • Nicosi, created by award-winning pastry chef Tavel Bristol-Joseph, will be an intimate dessert bar with 18 seats and a no-phone policy.

The news release adds that the to-go food vendors will also sell burgers, ice cream, tacos, sandwiches, ceviche, coffee, and more.

“Pullman Market is a wonderful complement to the vibrant culinary, retail, and cultural landscape that defines Pearl today,” Pearl CEO Mesha Milsap said in the release. “The success of our Pearl Farmers Market over the past 14 years shows that our neighborhood supports local farmers, chefs, and food enthusiasts. With Pullman Market, we are excited to provide a space where residents and guests can connect to these experiences daily, in addition to our weekend Farmers Market.”

Pullman Market is slated to open at the Pearl in San Antonio in Spring 2024. (Courtesy, Pullman Market)
Pullman Market is slated to open at the Pearl in San Antonio in Spring 2024. (Courtesy, Pullman Market)
Pullman Market is slated to open at the Pearl in San Antonio in Spring 2024. (Courtesy, Pullman Market)

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