“The rich east side history is what I love most about Tucker’s,” Cullum says. “I want to showcase San Antonio soul food and music by revamping the bar and providing excellent service for a positive customer interaction. My vision is a classic 1940’s cocktail profile with a Southern twist.” Cullum plans to preserve the bar’s historical features. The food is also staying true to its origins as a hamburger stand, with the addition of fried chicken sliders and a wider array of soul food. Also, guest chef pop-up kitchens will be a new permanent feature. First day of business will be New Year’s day. The bar will open at 1 p.m. for bottomless mimosas and will feature a Bloody Mary bar. What better way to welcome the New Year with black-eyed peas and corn bread? Entertainment will begin with Midtown Jazz Sound and Jim Cullum & Friends, and will continue into the night with DJ Gibb. For more information, click here.