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The Pomegranate: Fresh New Look in Artisans Alley

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The Pomegranate opened its doors Thursday evening for a preview of Nancy Fitch’s new restaurant at The Shops at Artisans Alley, 555. W. Bitters Road.

Restaurateur Nancy Fitch welcomes guests to preview of The Pomegranate Thursday.

In the area across from what was once Apple Annie’s Tea Room, the new restaurant features fresh flavors with a healthful, Mediterranean theme. We sampled hummus, potato cakes with smoked salmon and sour cream, slider-sized sandwiches, pastries, cookies and more. Party-goers also checked out other seating areas that are situated around a central kitchen.

The walls are a pretty apple green. The main dining room has a polished wood floors, bead board and pressed-tin looking tiles on the ceiling. Sprays of flowers and, of course, the red fruit that gave the restaurant its name, are part of the decor in the light-filled area.

Fitch, left, who owns The Peach restaurant in Boerne, welcomed guests and said that the restaurant should be open in “about two weeks.”

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3 Responses to “The Pomegranate: Fresh New Look in Artisans Alley”

  1. Potato cakes w/ sour creme and smoked salmon sounds divine! Loved the version at Roaring Fork – can’t wait to try this place!

  2. Molly Ketcham says:

    Will they be open for dinner? Our monthly Girls Night Out is next week and we would love to go!

    • Hi Molly, I’ll try to find out. The Pom is still in early days and might just be open for lunch — but, you might give them a call at for awhile. You could also try to call, during the day. Their number is 210-494-9111.

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