Turns out San Antonio isn't a good place to live, at least not as pleasant as it was last year. The publication considered data related to affordability, quality of life, job prospects and other factors to determine its ranking. It seems that the city's great amenities and the “slightly lower cost of living” weren't enough to keep San Antonio at the top of the list. No, the city's labor market, which the publication called “less healthy than that of other similarly sized metropolitan areas,” and the unimpressive public transportation system caused enough damage to apparently justify the dramatic fall of Alamo City.
McHugh's trips to Spain have provided endless inspiration for both his San Antonio restaurants and his next Austin concept, Luminaire. If there's one thing San Antonio chef Steve McHugh is known for besides his award-winning local restaurants, it's bringing people together.