SEGUIN – It was late afternoon on a scorching Tuesday in downtown Seguin – normally a fairly quiet time of day along the main street of this town of about 30,000 people located about 30 miles east of San Antonio. But a steady stream of traffic could be found at a new business, a hip newcomer that shares duties as a bookstore and cafe offering a small menu of local, chef-led fare, craft beer and wine.
Pecantown Books and Brews opened on June 3 in an elegantly furnished Art Deco-era home in downtown Seguin, and the community immediately welcomed the new business with open arms — and wallets.
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