Free kids’ meals, happy hour and Sunday brunch are among the many promotional events at H-E-B’s new "3 Double-O Nine" restaurant and bar.
What makes the one month-old restaurant unique is that chef Randy Evans, the company’s just-named director of restaurants, designed the menu.
The restaurant also features a full bar stocked with Texas craft beer and more than 70 different spirits.
Located in the Schertz H-E-B Plus store in San Antonio, the establishment serves Texas-style Brisket that's slow-smoked in-house for 13 hours, Korean fried chicken and Creole entrees.
Promotional events are held virtually every day of the week.
Mondays are “Margarita Mondays,” during which frozen margaritas cost $5 and rock margaritas, $6.
Fiesta with us TODAY!!! MARGARITA MONDAYS$5.00 Frozen Margaritas$6.00 Rock MargaritasPosted by 3009 Restaurant & Bar on Monday, April 20, 2015
Each Thursday, children under 12 eat free with an additional $8 purchase. On select kids nights, there are balloon artists and face painters. The restaurant even features a kids’ play area.
What does THURSDAY mean to 3009 Restaurant and Bar? KIDS EAT FREE ALL DAY!!!!!!! Join us today and bring the kiddos. We have a play area too!(An $8.00 Purchase Required for each Kids Eat Free)Posted by 3009 Restaurant & Bar on Thursday, April 30, 2015
Live music is featured every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. And every Friday, it hosts Happy Hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. during which it offers $1 Texas craft brews, $1 off select wines and $2 off select appetizers.
For Mother’s Day, moms could eat free with the purchase of meal of equal or greater value. The event also featured live entertainment and a mimosa bar.
3009 Restaurant and Bar is helping make Mothers Day Special!!! MOM'S EAT FREE ALL DAY!!! (With Purchase of an Entree...Posted by 3009 Restaurant & Bar on Friday, May 8, 2015
As reported, the restaurant is named after the exit number (3009) that a driver would take on San Antonio’s Farm to Market road to get to the restaurant. It is H-E-B’s second restaurant in San Antonio and fourth chainwide. H-E-B reportedly plans to operate six such concepts by end of 2016.
Evans formerly ran Haven, Houston's first green-certified restaurant, which closed last summer. He served as a consultant to H-E-B prior to officially joining the company, according to a report.
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