Health-conscious restaurant Pharm Table moving from downtown to San Antonio’s Southtown in November

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Pharm Table, the health-conscious cafe from chef Elizabeth Johnson, will be leaving its stylish location across from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for a larger space in Southtown sometime in November. © Provided by mySA Pharm Table, the health-conscious Top 100 cafe from chef Elizabeth Johnson, will be […]

Pharm Table, the health-conscious cafe from chef Elizabeth Johnson, will be leaving its stylish location across from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for a larger space in Southtown sometime in November.



a plate of food on a table: Pharm Table, the health-conscious Top 100 cafe from chef Elizabeth Johnson, will be leaving its stylish location across from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for a larger space in Southtown sometime in November.


© Provided by mySA

Pharm Table, the health-conscious Top 100 cafe from chef Elizabeth Johnson, will be leaving its stylish location across from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for a larger space in Southtown sometime in November.


Pharm Table’s new location at 812 S. Alamo St. will share the same block with the upcoming new location of San Antonio’s best restaurant, the progressive Mexican phenom Mixtli, which is moving from Olmos Park.

The restaurant was named one of the city’s best in the Express-News’ “Top 100 Dining & Drinks” guide for its spicy kitchari bowls, collard green tacos, quinoa tamales, grass-fed meatballs, fresh juices and desserts like spirulina chocolate truffles and avocado mousse.

In the new space, Pharm Table will add dinner service to its existing lunch program, keeping with Johnson’s health-forward approach. “There will be a new and expanded menu that reflects global cuisines and the library of world spices that inspire our cooking and mission to heal people with food,” she said.



a large building: Pharm Table, the health-conscious Top 100 cafe from chef Elizabeth Johnson, will be leaving its stylish location across from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for a larger space in Southtown sometime in November.


© Provided by mySA

Pharm Table, the health-conscious Top 100 cafe from chef Elizabeth Johnson, will be leaving its stylish location across from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for a larger space in Southtown sometime in November.


The restaurant will add a full bar with cocktails, natural wines and beer, curated by Houston Eaves of another San Antonio Top 100 program, The Esquire Tavern.

The new space will feature elements from design students at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico as well as local designers, including color palettes featuring cochineal reds, indigo blues and turmeric yellows. Keeping with pandemic concerns, a majority of the seating will be outdoors, and tables will be spaced 6 feet apart, with dine-in, curbside and delivery available.



a bowl of food on a plate: Pharm Table, the health-conscious Top 100 cafe from chef Elizabeth Johnson, will be leaving its stylish location across from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for a larger space in Southtown sometime in November.


© Provided by mySA

Pharm Table, the health-conscious Top 100 cafe from chef Elizabeth Johnson, will be leaving its stylish location across from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts for a larger space in Southtown sometime in November.


The current Pharm Table location at 106 Auditorium Circle in the Radius Center will stay open as close as possible to the new location’s opening, a spokesperson said.

Mike Sutter is a food and drink reporter and restaurant critic in the San Antonio and Bexar County area. To read more from Mike, become a subscriber. [email protected] | Twitter: @fedmanwalking | Instagram: @fedmanwalking

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