Groceries & Markets in Schertz


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  • Mrs Annie's Peanut Patch
    For more than 23 years, Mrs. Annie has been dishing out homemade sweet treats and natural snacks blended fresh, one pot at a time, every day. Sugar-lusting customers can peruse the plethora of premium brittles and artisan eats, and bury bicuspids into brittle classics such as peanut brittle (16 oz., $7.95) and pecan brittle (16 oz., $8.95), or spiced up jalapeno peanut brittle (16 oz., $8.95). Flavored peanuts—Spanish-roasted, spicy hot, or sugar-coated (7 oz., $2 each)—shake the foundation of legume traditionalists, while Mrs. Annie’s all-natural peanut butter ($3.75 for a pint) makes for the perfect PB&J sandwich or a delicious solution to roof repair.
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    1019 B St
    Floresville, TX US
  • For Goodness Sake Natural Food
    Beverly Crock and her daughters, Lauren and Shannon, are the family behind For Goodness Sake Natural Food Store. They stock familiar items such as bacon, as well as lesser-known products such as bioflavonoids—plant compounds believed to improve the skin's appearance. But if visitors aren't familiar with such items, it's not a problem. “We educate people,” Shannon explained to The NB Scene. “That comes naturally to me because I grew up this way and it is my lifestyle as well.” Although the store's representatives happily guide patrons through their inventory, many of the store's products need no introduction. Rainbow-hued carrots and crisp sugar-snap peas beckon from their perches, and organic eggs come from Vital Farms, where chickens roam in pastures and take European vacations whenever they want. Additionally, at the juice bar patrons sip on nectars squeezed from the store’s organic produce.
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    1306 Common St
    New Braunfels, TX US
  • Medical Massage Wellness Center
    As the name of founder Danette Hernandez's studio might suggest, Medical Massage Wellness Center is home to health-oriented corrective and preventative bodywork. Danette gets down to business in her clean, inviting treatment room, easing aches in soft tissue and joints, improving range of motion, and honing in on the root cause of chronic maladies. Her approaches are guided by the findings of her clinical assessments and evaluations, and her techniques come inspired by her background in holistic remedies.
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    16607 Blanco Road
    San Antonio, TX US
  • Capparelli's Italian Food
    Inside the kitchen of Capparelli?s Italian Food, the smell of baking bread and pizza dough mingles with the aroma of fresh seafood being prepared for Italian feasts. Piles of pasta accompany baked salmon or meatballs in marinara, garlic, or mushroom sauce. After ordering at the counter, diners can feast on homemade pizza dough topped with fresh ingredients such as hamburger, jalape?os, or bell peppers that ring in A-flat when bitten.
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    1502 West Oaklawn Road
    Pleasanton, TX US
  • Mustafa Asian & Middle Eastern Grocery
    As an arm of the popular Mustafa Asian & Middle Eastern Grocery, Mustafa Restaurant plies patrons with deliciously authentic dishes of South Asian cuisine from all regions of the subcontinent. Siblings Syed Riyaz Siddiqui and Mohammed Fayaz charm visitors with an expansive bill of fare filled with nutty roasted basmati rice, tender hyderabadi chicken curry, and sweet, creamy Indian yogurt desserts. The menu takes visitors on a culinary journey of India and Pakistan, from the stir-fried noodle dishes that originate from Kolkata's Chinatown to the paper-thin dosas and gram flour donuts that grow from the trees of South India. As guests savor the spices and fragrances of goan fish curry or fluffy, buttery naan, an elegant atmosphere envelops them. Beaded crimson cloth and sheer white curtains frame a room full of velvety pillows, embroidered wall decorations, and a buffet full of curries, basmati rice, and desserts.
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    4085 Medical Drive
    San Antonio, TX US
  • J Anthony's Sea Food Cafe
    J. Anthony’s eclectic maritime menu dishes up fresh seafood and ceviche alongside a land-trotting troop of appetizers, burgers, and poultry entrees. Hand-breaded daily by a merry band of loaf-armed chefs, J. Anthony’s fried seafood entrees include an 8-ounce catfish filet and its hulking jumbo shrimp sidekicks ($7.29) as well as a Mexican-inspired medley of fish tacos ($6.49) and seafood enchiladas ($7.99). Fresh campechana invites taste buds to a rollicking deep-sea soiree with a cocktail's worth of delectable fish, shrimp, oysters, crabmeat, and octopus ($5.99 for a medium, $9.99 for a large). Diners can fix fangs into a variety of bun-ensconced beauties bursting with meat, fish, shrimp, and oysters ($3.29–$6.89), or gather ancestors, acquaintances, and peg-legged parrots for one of J. Anthony's colossal family feasts ($12.89–$25.99).
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    7210 NW Loop 410
    San Antonio, TX US

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