About San Antonio

San Antonio is Texas' second largest city, and is rich in its diverse cultural offerings. Famous as the location of the Alamo and the River Walk area, San Antonio is a vibrant city that is growing rapidly.

River Walk/Downtown

The heart of the city's tourism business beats along the River Walk and in the downtown area. Densely packed with hotels, attractions, restaurants and bars, a visitor could conceivably spend their entire trip right here. The area bustles with activity nearly every night of the week and almost all year long, with locals and tourists alike enjoying mouth-watering cuisine at Boudro's or Paesano's River Walk, singing their hearts out at Howl at the Moon, or dancing the night away at Polly Esther's. Not your average tourist trap, the River Walk entices many locals to brave the crowds and enjoy their city.

King William/Southtown

If San Antonio gets funky, this is where it happens. Once primarily residential and neglected, the area has seen a resurgence of interest and an infusion of capital. Urban professionals are snatching up historical homes and refurbishing them, entrepreneurs are launching hip new businesses, and the locals are taking notice. Wander just a few blocks from downtown and discover Espuma Tea & Coffee Emporium and Rosario's. If you can, check out the area during a First Friday celebration. This community-wide celebration held the first Friday of each month draws crowds from all over the city for art openings, theater productions, dining and shopping.

Alamo Heights

One of the original suburbs of San Antonio, Alamo Heights harbors some of the city's finest dining establishments and upscale shopping opportunities. And with good reason, as a huge portion of the city's wealth resides in this neighborhood. For dinner, locals flock to Paloma Blanca or Cappy's. Beer and pool preside at the Broadway 50/50. For a gift for that special someone, you can't go wrong at Sloan-Hall. At Twin Sisters, pull up a chair and get your daily dose of neighborhood gossip over breakfast or lunch.

Monte Vista/Olmos Park

Neighboring Alamo Heights, this area is home to some of the most exquisite mansions in the city. At the very least it is worth driving through just to gawk. You will find some wonderful neighborhood secrets, such as the thick chocolate shakes at Olmos Pharmacy or superb take-out at WD Deli.

North East/North Central

Shopping centers, housing developments and highways are popping up all over North East and North Central San Antonio as many new residents move in, both from out of town and from within the city's more central neighborhoods. This kind of rapid growth seems to require predictability, as is evidenced in the plethora of restaurant and shopping chains. If you want to shop at Old Navy, use the phone book. Otherwise, be a rebel and shop at a place like James Avery Craftsman. Likewise with dining, enjoy the down home cooking at Casey's Bar-B-Q.

Northwest/Medical Center

The medical industry is big business in San Antonio, so this area continues to grow at a steady pace. Sort of a hodgepodge of strip shopping centers, restaurants, residences and office complexes, the atmosphere of the neighborhood seems a bit disjointed. Still, you can find great dining at Jacala Mexican Restaurant, Texas Land & Cattle Steak House and Bob's Smokehouse. Shopping is somewhat limited to chain stores. For a fun night out in this part of town, you can't beat the Fox & Hound English Pub & Grille.

Far Northwest

When big money folks are tired of paying city taxes, they flee outside the city limits. Locals that feel the need to escape the city head out this way to dine at Rudy's BBQ and then dance the night away at Leon Springs Dance Hall. The next day, shop at all the antique stores in Boerne or spend the day at Six Flags Fiesta Texas or Sea World.

  • San Antonio Zoo

    3903 North Saint Mary's Street San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 734 7184
    Situated along the San Antonio River and next to Brackenridge Park, this zoo is considered one of the finest in America, housing more than 3500 animals representing more than 700 species. The recently renovated big cat exhibit draws big crowds, as does the bird collection, which is one of the largest in the United States. Allow time for wandering around and exploring everything this zoo has to offer. San Antonio Zoo offers weekly educational programs and is also available for private events. 
  • San Antonio Botanical Garden

    555 Funston Place San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 3250
    33 acres (4046 square meters) of lush foliage and colorful blooms beg to be appreciated. A wonderful attraction often overlooked by visitors, the garden is exquisite year round, with something always in bloom. A conservatory, formal gardens, "old-fashioned" gardens and native plant areas provide a variety of interest. This is definitely a must-see for both botany experts and garden-variety folks. If you're visiting in the spring, don't forget your antihistamines. The garden center features a luncheon cafe, a gift shop, guided tours, and adults' and children's classes. It is also available for private parties.
  • Historic Market Square (El Mercado)

    514 West Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78207 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 8600
    The historical center and heart of the city's Mexican culture, the square is the largest Mexican marketplace outside of Mexico. Here you can dine on Mexican food at one of several cafes, enjoy the lively sounds of Mariachi bands and buy wonderful blankets, clothes, leather and metal goods and much more, imported from just south of the border. The square plays host to many cultural events and fairs throughout the year, including Fiesta del Mercado (Party of the Market) in April and Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in November.
  • Spanish Governor's Palace

    105 Plaza de Armas San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 0601
    The Spanish Governor's Palace is the "most beautiful building" in the city according to the National Geographic Society. This national historic landmark was originally the official residence of the Governor of the Spanish Province of Texas in the late 18th Century. Visiting the building is like taking a step back in time; it is replete with period furnishings, small rooms with low ceilings, and thick stucco walls. The cobblestone patio features beautiful foliage and a fountain supposedly haunted by a former resident. Most noteworthy is the original keystone over the entrance, which bears the carved, double-headed eagle from the Hapsburg coat of arms along with an inscription, in Spanish, reading "finished in 1749."
  • Alamo

    300 Alamo Plaza San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 1391
    Originally the Mission San Antonio del Valero, the Alamo is by far the most famous historical site in Texas, playing a significant role in Texas' quest for independence from Mexico. Under the command of Col. William Travis, 189 Texan soldiers bravely defended this fort for 13 days before finally succumbing to Santa Anna's massive Mexican army in early 1836. The chapel and the Long Barrack are all that remain of the fort. Saved from civilian apathy by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, the mission is now a museum containing relics from the era. Narrated tours are available.
  • Steves Homestead

    509 King William San Antonio, TX 78204 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 5924
    For lovers of history, architecture and antiques, this home is a must-see. Built in 1876, this three-story, French Second Empire-style home belonged to prominent citizen Edward Steves. The interior is decorated with original pieces from the era. Incidentally, the one-story River House behind the home housed the first indoor swimming pool in the city. Since 1954, the San Antonio Conservation Society has maintained the homestead as a historic house museum.
  • Tower of the Americas

    600 Hemisfair Fair Park San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 223 3101
    What a sight to behold: glass-walled elevators ascend more than 500 feet to the observation deck, providing a panoramic view of the city. Standing a total 750 feet tall, the tower was constructed for HemisFair, the 1968 World's Fair and symbolizes the progress made by the people of the Western Hemisphere. Tower of the Americas is one landmark that you surely can't miss on your trip to San Antonio. This tower is open to public everyday from  10 a.m onwards.
  • Alamo Plaza Spa at the Menger Hotel

    204 Alamo Plaza San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 223 5772
    Sure, a little pampering never hurt anyone. But at this spa, there's so much pampering to be had you could spoil yourself rotten. Services include massage, herbal scrubs and wraps, facials, manicures and pedicures and more. Indulgence can also be packaged into one-hour, two-hour, half-day and full-day treatments using Baden Baden stress reduction and relaxation therapies. Reservations are preferred. Services are by appointment.
  • Rio San Antonio Cruises

    315 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 244 5700
    Hop aboard one of the city's river barges and take a 40-minute cruise around the 2.5-mile stretch of the San Antonio River known as the River Walk. Narrated cruises emphasize the history of the area and depart hourly from three "ports." Don't be shy about waving to passersby, as there's something about you being on a boat that will make them want to wave to you, too. Barges are available for private tours, dining charters and custom cruises. River taxis are available for groups, as well. Reservations are accepted for seating on general public narrated cruises.
  • Travis Park United Methodist Church

    230 East Travis Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 8341
    Located in the heart of downtown San Antonio, across from Travis Park, this beautiful church was home to the first United Methodist congregation in the city. Built in the mid-19th century, Travis Park United Methodist Church features a double-aisled sanctuary, finely detailed stained glass windows and majestic spires. Served by an ordained minister, Travis Park United Methodist Church welcomes people of all faiths for Sunday worship.
  • River Walk

    San Antonio River Walk San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 4262
    When you think of San Antonio, two things automatically come to mind: the Alamo and the River Walk. The River Walk was conceived in 1929. Downtown had serious flood problems, and Robert Hugman suggested that the city turn the San Antonio River into an asset rather than a hindrance. Hugman's brainchild has since become the essence of the city. The city's most popular attraction, it is often crowded and filled with children, party goers, tourists and locals. In the heart of the River Walk is an area filled with restaurants, shops and nightclubs, punctuated by fountains and towering Cypress trees. The River Walk is particularly crazy during Fiesta.
  • San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

    6701 San Jose Drive San Antonio, TX 78214 United States - Phone: +1 210 932 1001
    The wilderness that is now known as San Antonio and South Texas was primarily settled by Spanish Catholic priests. And apparently priests with exquisite taste in architecture. Mission Concepcion, Mission San Jose, Mission San Juan and Mission Espada, the four historical missions that compose what is known as the Mission Trail, all possess very distinct and beautiful detailing in their designs and constructions. The history behind each is intriguing; as far as attractions go, this one is definitely a "must see." Admission is free.
  • Six Flags Fiesta Texas

    17000 IH-10 West San Antonio, TX 78257 United States - Phone: +1 210 362 5050
    It just keeps getting bigger and bigger. The city's largest theme park now boasts not only the shows and musical reviews that made it popular, but also dozens of rides and a water park. Each year the park adds new and faster rides, primarily in the roller coaster category. The water park expands each year, as well. In addition, the musical shows always manage to upstage what had been done previously. All of the shows are held at Lone Star Lil's in Crackaxle Canyon. Definitely an all-day trip, Fiesta Texas is a fun, but expensive, adventure. Admission varies depending on the season.
  • San Antonio Central Library

    600 Soledad San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 2500
    The San Antonio Central Library (also known as the "red enchilada") is a modern addition to this old town. It was completed in 1995, at which time there was much controversy over the building color. With vibrant purple and yellow accenting its red exterior, the new library is hard to miss and looks fantastic. Within its walls lie a six-story atrium, a genealogy collection, an art gallery and a terrace for special events. And as this is a library, you will of course also find a plethora of books, as well as an excellent children's library and a wonderful media center.
  • San Fernando Cathedral

    115 Main Plaza San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 1297
    Although construction did not begin until 1749, this cathedral was established in 1731 by the Canary/Spanish Islanders, who sought to build their own place of worship. It is the oldest cathedral sanctuary in the United States. The famous Alamo defender James Bowie was married here and during the siege of the Alamo Santa Anna used it as an observation post. Notable historic figures Bowie, William Travis and Davy Crockett are buried here. The cathedral still draws huge crowds for Mass and always welcomes visitors.
  • Southwest School of Art & Craft

    300 Augusta Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 1848
    Originally home to the Ursuline Academy School for Girls in the 19th century, this historic property was purchased in 1965 by the San Antonio Conservation Society. The Society feared demolition and decided to save the 10 acres. With reflections of French design, the conglomeration of small buildings is beautiful, especially the small chapel adorned with amazing stained glass. Today the center is where creative adult and child artisans of all skill levels learn and teach. With expert instructors, this is the place to learn traditional and contemporary arts and crafts. Even if you are not interested in taking a class, stroll through the grounds and visit the art gallery, the chapel and the Copper Kitchen Restaurant.
  • SeaWorld San Antonio

    10500 Sea World Drive San Antonio, TX 78251 United States - Phone: +1 800 700 7786
    This theme park is a treat for anyone who loves animals, roller coasters and fabulous shows. Not only does SeaWorld San Antonio have Shamu (the performing killer whale), it also has walk-through habitats where you can watch sea lions, sharks, fish, penguins and flamingos do what they would do in the wild. For those who crave being a part of the action, there is an inverted roller coaster (do this on an empty stomach), along with a variety of water rides. Check out the water-skiing shows and the restaurants, too. Be sure to stick around at night for laser shows and seasonal concerts.
  • Brackenridge Park

    3700 North St Mary's Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 3000
    One of the city's largest parks, Brackenridge offers more family fun than one day can accommodate. Start with the musical carousel featuring 60 antique horses. Then try the Skyride, which consists of Swiss manufactured cable cars that lift visitors to enjoy the view of the park as well as the city skyline. If ground transportation is more your speed, opt for a ride on the miniature train that runs through a 3.5-mile (5.6-kilometer) stretch of the park. For water travel, cruise around the upper part of the San Antonio River in paddle boats. Other facilities include a municipal golf course, a driving range, bike trails and picnic areas.
  • Friedrich Wilderness Park

    21395 Milsa Road San Antonio, TX 78256 United States - Phone: +1 210 564 6400
    Trek into this park and you will feel like you have wandered far into the hill country. Only a short drive up IH-10 from downtown, Friedrich Wilderness Park offers 5.5 miles of hiking trails, which vary in terms of their difficulty levels. The park also boasts the most improved handicapped trails in the region. The more difficult trails can be a great workout, while the lower levels offer an easy walk in a beautiful setting. If you choose the highest level and find yourself being passed quickly by kindly older men don't despair—they are likely retired military officers from the nearby army base. In addition to its hiking trails, the park hosts a bird population so diverse that it attracts even hard-core bird enthusiasts. Guided interpretive hikes are available. This place is open evryday from 7:30 a.m onwards
  • Temple Beth-El

    211 Belknap Place San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 733 9135
    The city's oldest synagogue, the congregation of this Reform Jewish temple began meeting around the 1850s, but wasn't formally chartered until 1874. The congregation adheres to the three-fold function of Judaism (worship, education and fellowship) with popular programs designed to serve all age groups. A founding member of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC), the temple serves over 1,250 families from all around the city. Tot Shabbat services for families with children younger than six are held on Fridays. Junior Congregation services for youth in grades one-four are held on Fridays following Tot Shabbat.
  • Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church

    600 Oblate Drive San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 7231
    This Catholic church boasts a large and active congregation in the heart of North San Antonio. With daily mass, numerous parish committees and strong community organizations, there is something with which everyone can become involved. In addition to regular church services and activities, Blessed Sacrament offers a private school, day care and an after-school program for children.
  • Casa Navarro State Historic Site

    228 Soutth Laredo Street San Antonio, TX 78207 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 4801
    This former home of Jose Antonio Navarro is now one of the best, but least known, gems of the city's history. Navarro was a prominent rancher and statesman and was one of only two native Texans of Mexican nationality to sign Texas' declaration of independence from Mexico. Built in 1848, the home was preserved by the San Antonio Conservation Society and now operates as a small museum conducting informative, interactive tours. Special activities are available for children as well.
  • Fort Sam Houston Quadrangle

    1400 East Grayson Street San Antonio, TX 78234 United States - Phone: +1 210 221 1232
    Constructed in 1870, this post became a permanent home for the US Army. The Quadrangle, with its impressive clock tower, was originally built as a supply depot. In 1886, however, it served as prison grounds for Apache Chief Geronimo and his warriors. Much to the delight of children and adults alike, the facility now houses flocks of deer, rabbits, chickens, geese and ducks, which have occupied the grounds for over 100 years. The animals are tame enough to hand-feed and occasionally pet.
  • HemisFair Park

    200 South Alamo Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 8572
    Originally created as the grounds for the 1968 Worlds Fair, this park is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Stroll through the park's 12 acres of fountains, pools and beautifully landscaped grounds or cavort on the Downtown All Around Playground. Built entirely by volunteers, this playground features wooden play areas designed by kids, including a space tunnel and a castle—perfect for letting little imaginations run wild. Also located on the park grounds are the Institute of Texan Cultures and the Tower of the Americas.
  • McAllister Park

    13102 Jones Maltsberger Road San Antonio, TX 78247 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 3000
    While North Central San Antonio continues to grow in both size and population, this 856 park remains firmly anchored as a wooded respite among the concrete sprawl. Best known for its hiking and biking trails, the park attracts hundreds of visitors on the weekends. The trails vary in terms of their difficulty levels, and bicyclists tend to dominate, so hikers beware. Other visitors enjoy the covered picnic areas, soccer fields and softball diamonds. Camping is allowed with reservations and a permit from the Parks and Recreation department. The park is open to public everyday from six in the morning.
  • Texas Transportation Museum

    11731 Wetmore Road San Antonio, TX 78247 United States - Phone: +1 210 490 3554
    This interesting attraction is definitely off the beaten path, as it is nestled away in North San Antonio not far from McAllister Park. Outside exhibits include antique horse-drawn carriages, a Studebaker Carriage and a horse-drawn fire engine. Inside, you'll discover a restored train depot complete with a steam locomotive, a Pullman car and a business car, all ready to be explored. Three functioning model railroads complete the discovery. As an added treat, if you visit on the first Sunday of the month, you can take a train ride on a one-third-mile track in the back of the museums grounds.
  • Scobee Planetarium

    1300 San Pedro Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 733 2910
    What a find this little spot is! Although surrounded by the lights of the city, this planetarium and observatory captures the vast Texas sky and all its beauty, delivering it to the imagination of visitors. The planetarium's star projection show delights and fascinates children of all ages with its breathtaking images and its easy-to-follow narration. Then, the observatory opens and offers a glimpse of space and all its mysteries; weather permitting, of course.
  • Splashtown

    3600 North IH 35 San Antonio, TX 78219 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 1400
    This water park is hugely popular, particularly with folks who do not want to drive out of town to enjoy the water or fight the crowds at some of the larger parks. You will find acres of body slides, tubes, pools, spraying and splashing attractions and kids areas providing hours of fun and relief from the Texas heat. Life jackets and inner tubes are included in the cost of admission. Splashtown also has lockers available for rent as well as a fairly good refreshment stand.
  • Bandera Road Community Church

    9355 Bandera Road San Antonio, TX 78250 United States - Phone: +1 210 523 9085
    If you are looking for a contemporary Christian church service, then BRCC might just be the place for you. Pastor David Saathoff delivers messages from the Bible and relates them to today's society. BRCC's demographic is younger than most churches. The services use PowerPoint slides as well as video and visual presentations to help convey the message, and the music has a definite rock flair. BRCC may not cater to the traditional church-going crowd, but in this case that's not necessarily a bad thing. Casual attire is accepted, and even encouraged, and the music leans more towards rock and roll (no traditional organ/piano music here). BRCC also has a children's program called Promised Land, which runs concurrent with the adult service.
  • Calaveras Lake

    12991 Bernhardt Road San Antonio, TX 78263 United States - Phone: +1 210 635 8359
    Calaveras Lake, along with its sister lake, Brauning Lake, is among the prime fishing spots in the San Antonio area. Water temperatures vary little throughout the year, so fishing is good pretty much year round. The lake is rich with bass, crappie, catfish, shad and drum. However, fishing isn't all that Calaveras has to offer. The 146-acre park is also a popular destination for boating, water skiing, canoeing, camping, picnicking and bird watching. Bird watchers can see such diverse species as the curve-billed and long-billed thrashers, white-wing doves, cactus wrens and many others.
  • Eisenhower Park

    19399 Northwest Military Highway San Antonio, TX 78257 United States - Phone: +1 210 698 1057
    Located in northwest San Antonio, Eisenhower Park is a great place to go to get away from the noise and hurried pace of city life. The park spans 318 acres and offers approximately five miles of well-marked trails for hikers of all abilities. One of the trails is even paved, and is therefore friendly to those in wheelchairs who still want to experience the great outdoors. Because this is such a high volume park, and also due to the scorching South Texas summers, the best time to see the wildlife here is either early in the morning or near dusk. Visitors may spot white-tailed deer, armadillos, raccoons and skunks, as well as many unique insects. Not the biggest or the best, Eisenhower Park is still a good place to visit, it is very busy at times and the observation tower does offer a grand view of the city when the conditions are right. This park is open to public on all days of the week from 6 a.m onwards.
  • Guadalupe River State Park

    3350 Park Road 31 Spring Branch, TX 78070 United States - Phone: +1 830 438 2656
    The cool, clear waters of the Guadalupe River are the primary attraction at this 1,938-acre (784-hectare) park, located 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of San Antonio and 13 miles (21 kilometers) east of Boerne, Texas. Park guests can choose from a variety of outdoor activities, including swimming, tubing, canoeing, fishing, bicycling (only in designated areas), picnicking, camping, and bird and wildlife watching. The park also boasts over three miles (4.8 kilometers) of hiking trails that parallel the river and connect to the many campsites. Among the wildlife that can be spotted at any time are raccoons, armadillos, white-tailed deer, squirrels and a diverse range of birds and fish.
  • Hill Country State Natural Area

    10600 Bandera Creek Road Bandera, TX 78003 United States - Phone: +1 830 796 4413
    Bandera, Texas, known as "The Cowboy Capital of the World," is home to the mammoth, 5,369-acre Hill Country State Natural Area. This park is Texas' largest state park open to equestrians. This park isn't for everyone, though. It is totally undeveloped, it lacks paved roads and it doesn't have potable water or restrooms. Those who do chose to brave the outdoors without all of the modern day amenities, however, are treated to over 36 miles of mixed-use trails ideal for horseback riding, hiking, backpacking, primitive camping and off-road bicycling. Swimming and fishing opportunities are also plentiful in the area's spring-fed West Verde Creek.
  • Lost Maples State Natural Area

    37221 FM-187 Vanderpool, TX 78885 United States - Phone: +1 830 966 3413
    This is one of the best spots in all of Texas to view fall foliage. Situated along the Sabinal River in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, the park is a spectacular mixture of limestone cliffs, dense woodlands, deep canyons and numerous crystal clear streams. Designated as a National Natural Landmark, it is home to the state's largest stand of big tooth maples east of the Guadalupe Mountains. During the fall, the park attracts thousands of visitors who come to view the dazzling display of colors. To be sure, the main draw of the park is the changing of the leaves from mid-October to mid-November. But the park is also popular throughout the rest of the year for camping, fishing and wildlife observation.
  • Goliad State Historical Park

    108 Park Road 6 Goliad, TX 77963 United States - Phone: +1 361 645 3405
    Just 75 minutes southeast of San Antonio sits Goliad State Historical Park, which is linked to one of the most pivotal moments in Texas history. After two days of fierce combat, Texas forces, commanded by Col. James Fannin Jr., surrendered to their Mexican foes on March 20, 1836. Upon their peaceful surrender, the Texans were imprisoned and later put to death under orders by General Santa Anna. As word spread, Texans embraced the war cry, "Remember Goliad!" Goliad State Historical Park is a 187-acre piece of land that houses the Mission Espiritu Santo church and its living quarters and grounds, as well as an informative museum that documents the mission's history. For the children, there is a small petting zoo that features goats and rabbits. The San Antonio River runs through the park, offering fishing and canoeing opportunities for visitors.
  • Natural Bridge Caverns

    26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road San Antonio, TX 78266 United States - Phone: +1 210 651 6101
    Just a few minutes northeast of San Antonio lies a geological wonder that attracts tourists from around the globe. Natural Bridge Caverns, designated both a U.S. Natural Landmark as well as a Texas Historic Site, contains some of the most phenomenal cave formations in the country. Giant stalactites resembling enormous chandeliers and stalagmites that look like fried eggs are just a few of the more than 10,000 formations contained within this living cave. The caves are not wheelchair accessible. Special rates are available for groups of 25 or more.
  • Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch

    26515 Natural Bridge Caverns Road San Antonio, TX 78266 United States - Phone: +1 830 438 7400
    Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch offers a unique safari experience, minus the trip to Africa. It features a petting zoo and a nursery, but is highlighted by the drive-through sanctuary. Park guests can purchase animal food to take with them on their journey through the park. Ever wondered what it is like to have a camel slobber all over your windows? Camels, along with 65 other animal species from six continents, roam freely throughout the park. The less timid animals will approach visitors and, if allowed, will stick their heads inside the vehicles and eat whatever they can find. Visitors can also encounter the endangered addax antelope, in addition to zebras, llamas, ostriches, giraffes and lemurs, among many other animals.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    404 North Alamo San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 0215
    The oldest Presbyterian church in the city, its services draw members and visitors from all neighborhoods. As the mission states, members believe they are called "to proclaim and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed, so that we and all people, far and near, will come to trust Him as Lord and Savior, be motivated to practice His teaching in every area of life, and discover here a community of service in order to be a visible sign of God's love for all people. The church's day care center is one of the best in the city, with a strong curriculum and highly qualified teachers; as a result, the waiting list is long.
  • First Unitarian Universalist Church

    7150 IH-10 East San Antonio, TX 78213 United States - Phone: +1 210 344 4695
    Members of the Unitarian church strive to achieve a universal means for understanding and living religion. It encourages all members to participate in the church and its operations, and it welcomes members of all backgrounds. As a part of the Unitarian Universalist Association, the congregation promises through its covenant to promote "the inherent worth and dignity of every person; justice, equity, and compassion in human relations; acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations; a free and responsible search for truth and meaning; the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large; the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all; respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.
  • Retama Park

    1 Retama Parkway Selma, TX 78154 United States - Phone: +1 210 651 7000
    Looking for fun, adventure and the chance to do a little gambling? Check out the Retama Park racetrack. You will find live and simulcast horseracing, casual and fine dining, live concerts and special events. The main track at Retama Park is a 1.1-mile dirt oval. There is a 5.5 percent banking on turns, and the distance is only 990 feet from the final turn to the finish line. Special events such as "Fifty-cent Fridays" feature family activities and discounted admission. All the live racing dates and times vary.
  • Japanese Tea Gardens (Sunken Gardens)

    3853 North St. Mary's Street San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 212 4814
    In 1915, the city requested a Japanese immigrant and his wife to transform an old rock quarry into a Japanese-styled garden, and a man named Mr. Kimi Eizo Jingu agreed to the task. He started with a rock house, which still stands today and is surrounded by winding pebble walkways, stone bridges, a waterfall and tranquil pools. His work transformed the old rock quarry into a garden filled with lily ponds and lush green vegetation. With the onset of World War II and the growing anti-Japanese sentiment that surrounded it, the city council changed the garden's name to "Chinese Sunken Garden." In 1983, the original name was finally restored.
  • Alamo Visitor Center

    317 Alamo Plaza San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 447 3372
    The Alamo Visitor Center can provide the help you need, whether you want to make hotel reservations, purchase tickets to local attractions, book a tour of San Antonio or just obtain general information the city. The staff can provide many of its services over the phone. However, if you go downtown, be sure to stop in the Center so you can pick up free brochures on events and attractions in the downtown area. Tourist information personnel will be there to assist you. They are located just inside the Menger Hotel next to the Alamo. Most information is provided free on behalf of San Antonio (excluding some souvenir items), but tips are always welcome.
  • St. Mark's Episcopal Church

    315 East Pecan Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 2426
    The cornerstone of St. Mark's was laid in 1859, but the onset of the Civil War delayed construction. Work resumed in 1873 and the first service was held on Easter Sunday in 1875. An interesting note about St. Mark's Episcopal Church is that Lyndon Baines Johnson and Claudia "Lady Bird" Taylor were wed at this location on November 17, 1934. This was also the first Episcopal Cathedral built west of the Mississippi River. The first Sunday service is the 7:45a Holy Eucharist. At 8a, breakfast is offered for a small charge, while another Holy Eucharist is offered at 9a. The children's chapel is also in service at 9a. At 10:10a, an all-age-group Sunday School is offered. The third Holy Eucharist takes place at 11a and is followed by 'Tea Under the Trees'. If you are looking for a traditional Episcopalian service in a very historical church, this may be just the place for you to visit.
  • Trinity Baptist Church

    319 East Mulberry San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 733 6201
    Time Magazine has referred to Trinity Baptist Church as "The Boom Church" because it is one of America's fastest-growing churches. Its humble beginnings date back some 50 years to 1949, when a small group of Christians gathered with a vision of creating a church in Laurel Heights. Today, the congregation exceeds 8,000 members. The church is led by world-renowned evangelist Dr. Buckner Fanning. Billy Graham calls Dr. Fanning "the ideal pastor...a pastor evangelist whom God has greatly used." The church offers two identical worship services on Sunday mornings, one at 8a and the other at 11a. Bible study takes place in between the two services at 10a.
  • University United Methodist Church

    5084 De Zavala Road San Antonio, TX 78249 United States - Phone: +1 210 696 1033
    The roots of this church date back to 1890. Over the years, the congregation has grown and has moved several times, finally settling in a permanent, multi-purpose stone building in 1980. A pipe organ was installed in 1991; it has a prominent presence in the sanctuary and makes a beautiful sound in the hands of the very qualified organists who play it.
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church

    13715 Riggs Road Helotes, TX 78023 United States - Phone: +1 210 695 8791
    Located about 16 miles northwest of downtown San Antonio, this is one of many area churches honoring the patroness of the Americans, the Virgin of Guadalupe. This church reflects the area's Hispanic heritage with its beamed ceiling, its walls of native stone and its Saltillo tile floors. It is charming and peaceful, with windows behind the altar looking out over the wooded banks of the creek bed. The Blessed Sacrament chapel is small and intimate, with native limestone walls and rustic pews that reflect the frontier nature of the town.
  • Pachanga

    454 Soledad Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 4262
    Not that the famed River Walk area needs more reasons to visit it, but this popular feast-fest has quickly become one of the more anticipated events of the year. Over 20 restaurants open their kitchens along the River Walk creating a giant, scenic buffet with a weekend-like party atmosphere. In years past food items have included ribs, fajitas and innovative soups. An admission ticket grants access to all the food and drinks, as well as transportation to the event via the River Barge.
  • San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau

    203 South St. Mary's Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 6700
    If you are looking for adventure, then San Antonio is the place to go. Steeped in Americana history, this vibrant town offers an amalgamation of versatile people, like the Native Americans, Old Mexico, Germans, cowboys, African-Americans and the Deep South. It is the eighth largest city in the United States, and truly the spirit of Texas. The Visitors' Bureau is the ideal source of information for tourists. It keeps you updated on the latest happenings and familiarizes you with everything that is to be known about the city. Catch the latest information on tourist attractions, hotels, museums, restaurants, nightlife, and shopping areas.
  • La Villita Historic Arts Village

    South Alamo Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 8614
    If you intend to spend a fun day with your family, La Villita, the historical arts village is just perfect for you. There are so many things to do that your day will end in no time. If you are an art freak, the galleries here will interest you, as well as the River Art Show in October. There are many restaurants so you can just pick one that suites your taste. A must visit for all guests is the church with beautiful stained glass windows and the museum in building nine. If you plan on taking some souvenirs back home, don't forget to visit the gift shops.
  • Randolph Oaks Golf Course

    Building 1300 San Antonio, TX 78150 United States - Phone: +1 210 652 4653
    If you like to be 'on par' with the Generals, then tee it off at this lush green course. Get acquainted with military diction and listen to combat stories first hand. And if it's your 'off day', walk barefoot to relieve the tension. All in all, this is a great place to unwind.
  • The Little Church

    418 Villita Building San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 3593
    Established on March 2, 1879, this church forms an integral part of the history of La Villita. No particular denomination met here consistently, but it continues to exist, and is the favorite local wedding venue. The church also supports and hosts the Starving Artist Art Gallery's annual show—so whether you wish to wed or enter your art-work in the event, call to register!
  • King William Historic District

    Dolorosa and South Main Avenue San Anotnio, TX 78210 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 8786
    Take a peek into the past of San Antonio. This charming district, which was originally farmland, is located on the eastern side of San Antonio River and has found a place in the National Register of Historic Districts. A few buildings, including The Guenther House and The Edward Steves Homestead, are open to public. The Guenther House houses a restaurant, museum and a store while The Steves Homestead is a museum. Self-guided walking tours can be taken so that you can leisurely stroll along the pretty lanes or drop into a restaurant or art gallery. Several events like the King William Fair and Spring Garden Tour are conducted during the year.
  • St. Paul Square

    1170 East Commerce San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 800 447 3372
    Saint Paul's square provides a glimpse into San Antonio's rich past dating back to 1877. This historic district once played host to nightlife and other entertainment activities and featured artists like Louis Armstrong. The venue where culture and cuisine meet—Sunset Station—is nestled here. This district has a close association with the African American community.
  • Mission San Francisco de la Espada

    10040 Espada Road San Antonio, TX 78214 United States - Phone: +1 210 932 1001
    This mission, now a part of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, was the first mission in Texas. It was originally founded in Weches and moved to its current location in 1731. The chapel is an attractive feature of this mission. Its construction was completed in 1756. The back side of the church, which collapsed, was rebuilt in 1880s. A part of this premise was used as a school during the 20th century. Today, it houses the visitor's center for the National Park. Sadly, only the front arch is an existing part of the original structure. The stone arch and the entrance door are interesting reflections of architecture during that period. Another interesting feature is the still functional Espanda dam and Aqueduct.
  • Mission Concepción

    807 Mission Road San Antonio, TX 78210 United States - Phone: +1 210 534 1540
    This mission is located within the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. It is one of the few missions along the San Antonio River that had tried to convert the local people into Catholics. The original 200 year old stone church still stands in the premises. It is a good example of Spanish Colonial Architecture. One also gets to see beautiful Moorish designs, wall and ceiling paintings, and other interesting design details. The pretty geometrical designs that once adorned its surface have faded away over time.
  • Mission San José & Visitor Center

    6701 San Jose Drive San Antonio, TX 78214 United States
    This mission, located at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, was founded in 1720 by Father Antonio Margil de Jesús. It was the largest mission and the main center for cultural and social activities. Hence it was labeled as the ‘Queen of Missions'. A large part of the church was destroyed over the years. The existing Rose Window is one of the finer pieces of architecture belonging to the Spanish colonial era. Some of the few remnants include the arches that once gave shelter to the missionaries, the convento area and a part of the irrigation ditch, which is visible outside the compound. The church still functions and visitors are permitted to attend the Sunday mass.
  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

    9101 Graf Road San Antonio, TX 78214 United States - Phone: +1 210 932 1001
    This mission, located at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, was established in 1731. During that period, its vast land was used to cultivate agricultural products, such as maize, sweet potatoes, sugarcane and many more. In due time, it was the leading supplier to all other missions and settlements close by. Its community was self-sufficient with artisans producing tools and cloth. The mission housed a stone church and a granary. A larger chapel construction, however, never saw completion. When you visit, take the self guiding tour to discover the place at your own pace.
  • Travis Park

    300 East Travis Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 800 447 3372(Tourist Information)
    A veritable relaxation zone after a tiring day, Travis Park is abode to all that calm and nice. Head to this quaint park and sprawl on the verdant green grass or lounge on one of the benches here. Perfect for a lazy afternoon, you can also set up family picnics here. Come here during the Jazz'SAlive festival, dedicated entirely to this free-style music genre, featuring acts from around the locality, region, state and nation, and go home charmed. A bevy of local and cultural events greet you and make you want to come back time and again.
  • SegCity - Segway Guided Tours

    124 Losoya Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 0773
    Would you like to glide through the streets of San Antonio? This city tour is conducted not on a bus, but on Segways—each tourist gets their own Segway HT! For those of you who aren't in the know, a Segway is a self-balancing two-wheeler that can transport you anywhere much faster than your own two feet. Take joy in riding it as you pass by Houston Street, Riverwalk, King William District, La Villita and finally, Alamo. Training is a part of the deal and costs around USD65 per person. Don't wait—make reservations as early as possible, or else, you may have to wait in queue. What's more? Gift certificates are available too! Check the website for timings.
  • Fort Sam Houston Military Mosque

    1212 Stanley Road San Antonio, TX 78234 United States - Phone: +1 210 221 5005
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Offer your prayers at this beautiful edifice. Besides, Fort Sam Houston Military Mosque is the ideal place to spend some time in peace and tranquility.
  • Southtown Art District

    716 South Alamo San Antonio, TX 78204 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 0888
    The Southtown Art District is a unique cultural neighborhood in downtown San Antonio which has helped keep the performing and visual arts alive in the form of concerts, exhibitions and other events that are arranged all year around. A melting pot of races, nationalities, cuisines and more, this area is one that can't afford to be missed. Live music, food festivals and walks are a regular occurrence so check out the website for more on what this cultural precinct has to offer visitors.
  • Rosedale Park

    303 Dartmouth Street San Antonio, TX 78237 United States - Phone: +1 210 435 5253
    Rosedale Park is by far, one of the largest parks of San Antonio. Spread over 60 acres of land, this park has hosted a number of concerts and festivals and will continue to do so. A famous picnic spot, this park can be rented for private and corporate events as well. Built over a century ago, this park was a little shy of 2 acres then. Throughout ages, various people have brought about changes and additions for the betterment of the local community. Today this park houses a big playground, huge sport fields and a pavilion.
  • Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower

    1715 North Zarzamora San Antonio, TX 78201 United States - Phone: +1 210 735 9126
    Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower or the Little Flower Church is one of the few churches in the US that is designated a minor basilica. Found by a group of friars, this basilica is an architectural masterpiece. The church holds a few interesting annual events like the 'Musical Showers of Flowers', 'El Dia de Los Ninos' and others which add color to the Christian community here.
  • San Antonio Speedway

    14901 State Highway 16 South San Antonio, TX 78264 United States - Phone: +1 210 628 1499
    This is for all the fast and furious types. San Antonio Speedway at Texas is a racing track not meant for the faint-hearted. The tracks cater to car racers and you can catch some adrenaline boosting racing at the speedway.
  • Christ Hutchins Place Church

    339 Hutchins Place San Antonio, TX 78221 United States - Phone: +1 210 924 7565
    The Christ Hutchins Place Church offers devotees a serene ambiance to introspect and pray. With special prayer services, mass and readings of the bible, this church guides devotees towards the spiritual path. This church is a Non-Denominational church with various spiritual activities the year round.
  • San Antonio

    San Antonio San Antonio, TX 78201 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 6700(Tourist Information)
    San Antonio welcomes more than 26 million visitors per year and offers a variety of recreational options. The most visited city in Texas is also home to the first museum of modern art in the state and a popular party spot for natives and tourists alike. Known for its famous theme and water parks as well as local cafes and clubs, San Antonio offers a Tex-Mex flavor that can rarely be found elsewhere!
  • Showplace Hill

    14693 West Highway 90 San Antonio, TX 78161 United States
    Showplace Hill is an expanse of land located next to the community of Sutherland Springs, that was once known as the "Saratoga of the South" for the water springs that were clear. The ranch and the ones around it serve as refuge for urbans from San Antonio who come here to relax and unwind. There are provisions for water supply on the 5 bedroom ranch and it also contains a swimming pool and other necessity amenities.
  • City Park

    Highway 123 North Stockdale, TX 78160 United States
    City Park with its lush green lawns and well managed garden makes for a serene and calm space for the residents of Stockdale. It also doubles up as an event venue that hosts important cultural and regional festivals of the town. Every year, this park is abuzz with activities during the 'Stockdale Watermelon Jubilee ' held in June and takes on a colorful and cheerful look. While you are in town, do attend a fest or an event at the City Park.
  • Santa’s Ranch

    9561 Interstate Highway 35 North New Braunfels, TX 78130 United States - Phone: +1 830 743 1293
    Located in a quaint corner of New Braunfels, Santa’s Ranch is a huge green expanse that serves as an ideal location for a fun day-out with your family. Here, you get to see nearly 1.5 million Christmas lights along a stretch of one mile. What's more, the tranquil environs of the ranch assure unforgettable moments and a peaceful time for nature lovers. Santa's Ranch also plays host to a few local events at times. Call ahead to know more.
  • 310 Chestnut Street

    310 Chestnut Street San Antonio, TX 78202 United States
    310 Chestnut Street is a bustling block that is situated in central San Antonio. There lies a warehouse on its site which is spread across 15000 square feet. This warehouse plays host to various temporary exhibitions, expositions and other local events throughout the year. Among the most popular events taking place at the venue is the Dinosaur George’s Ultimate Paleo-Adventure which is an exhibition of dinosaurs set amidst phenomenal lights and a natural setting. If you wish to visit an enthralling exhibition, then you must head to 310 Chestnut Street.
  • Mansfield Park

    Park Road Bandera, TX 78003 United States - Phone: +1 830 796 8448
    Located a few miles from the center of the city of Bandera, the Mansfield Park is a popular recreational park among the locals and visitors. On the premises, there is a rodeo arena, a camping site, a recreational hall, and an RV park pavilion, which are all well-maintained. The park is also the venue for various community events, including rodeos, baseball tournaments, concerts and much more.
  • Bulverde Community Park

    475 Brand Rd Bulverde, TX 78163 United States - Phone: +1 210 286 8050
  • Boerne City Lake

    Upper Cibolo Road Boerne, TX 78006 United States - Phone: +1 830 249 9511
  • Mission County Park

    6030 Padre Drive San Antonio, TX 78214 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 7275
  • University of the Incarnate Word

    4301 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78212-2537 United States - Phone: +1 210 829 6000 / +1 800 749 9673(Toll Free)
  • La Vernia City Park

    San Antonio Road La Vernia, TX 78121 United States - Phone: +1 830 779 4541(City Park Council)
  • Landa Park

    Landa Park Drive New Braunfels, TX 78130 United States - Phone: +1 830 221 4000(Tourist Information)
  • St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church

    2504 N. St. Mary's Street San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 735 5051 / +1 210 735 5043
    The red-tiled roof of St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church stands grandly on St. Mary's Street, and has been standing tall here since the 1920s. The glorious Byzantine architecture of the church building is a shelter for the Orthodox Greek community of the city. Besides the prayer service, the church also plays host to a variety of events. Call to know more.
  • Alzafar Shrine

    901 North Loop 1604 San Antonio, TX 78232 United States - Phone: +1 210 496 1625
    A part of the Ancient  Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, or Shriners, the Alzafar Shrine takes forward the organization's principle of spreading love, fraternity, relief, and truth. This temple was built around the early years of the 20th Century, and is a prominent structure for this fraternity. They also have facilities that they rent out for a variety of purposes. Do see the website to know more.
  • Nightmare on Grayson

    201 East Grayson Street San Antonio, TX 78215 United States - Phone: +1 210 299 1555
    If ghosts, paranormal activity or the like gets your adrenaline pumping, then a stop at Nightmare on Grayson is highly recommended. This haunted house, like all other haunted houses, has its own unique and intriguing history. However, this story is really intriguing and tells the tale of a scientist called Frederich Von Strussen, a spy for the military forces of the Axis side, who was sent to the United States to work in the Double Cola Factory on Grayson street, but who, in fact, had arrived to develop a stimulating, hallucinogenic drink for soldiers, using the local public as test subjects. Things went awry, and Von Strussen was executed before his verdict could be passed, and thus it is said his spirit haunts the building. Do see the website to know more.
  • Enchanted Springs Ranch

    242 Highway 46 West Boerne, TX 78006 United States - Phone: +1 830 249 8222 / +1 800 640 5917(Toll Free)
    Enchanted Springs Ranch preserves the feeling of the Old West. This fun filled attraction has something for the whole family with an active ranch that has exotic animals and an old western town that makes it seem like you've walked right into the 1800s. In fact, Enchanted Springs Ranch is often used as a movie set! This popular tourist spot is buzzing all year round and hosts many unique events throughout the year. This attraction has varying hours and is open on additional days in the summer. Please check their website for additional information.
  • Mayor Maury Maverick Plaza

    408 Villita San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 8614
    Nestled within the La Villita Historic Arts Village, the Mayor Maury Maverick Plaza is dedicated to the city's celebrated former mayor. The plaza features his statue at the center and large open space surrounding it which is used as a venue for large scale festivals and events. This includes the fantastic annual Maverick Music Festival which sees a crowd of more than 2000 music lovers gather here to watch the performances of the local and national artists/ bands.
  • Crockett Park

    1300 North Main Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 7275
    Crockett Park’s origins as a public square date back to 1875. North Main Avenue divides this 5.3-acre (2.14-hectare) landscape into two halves, thus giving it a nickname of Twin Parks. It is a great recreational spot for locals and is equipped with a playground. Their gazebo can be rented out for private functions. The San Antonio Summer Art and Jazz Festival is a popular event held here. Other park features include sidewalks, jogging tracks and fountains.
  • Roosevelt Park

    331 Roosevelt Avenue San Antonio, TX 78210 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 7275 (City Park Council)
    Roosevelt Park is a popular recreational destination among locals and visitors alike. Named after President Theodore Roosevelt, this 12.9-acre (5.22-hectare) space houses two pavilions, a basketball court and playground. Enjoy a picnic on a nice spot on the lawn or a swim in the outdoor pool, if the weather permits. Their community center and multi-functional field host cultural and private events throughout the year.
  • Woodlawn Lake Park

    1103 Cincinnati Avenue San Antonio, TX 78201 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 7275
    The Woodlawn Lake Park is a scenic park that has great recreational facilities as well. Established in 1918, it features a huge man-made lake, gym, basketball and tennis courts, swimming pool, lighthouse, sport fields, picnic tables, playground and restrooms. This 62 acres (25.09 hectares) greenery also has a 1.3 mile (2.09 kilometers) walking trail and is a popular fishing and canoeing spot. It is indeed one of the oldest and best of its kind in the neighborhood.
  • Kiddie Park

    3015 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 4351
    Take a trip down memory lane at Kiddie Park, one of the most well known amusement parks in the country. Established in 1925, it is a dream come true for children and adults with its innumerable rides. Hop onto the school bus or allow the children to pedal their way on the mini-train. Another famous ride is the old carousel that both children and parents can enjoy. The entry fees are modest and pocket-friendly, adding to the charm of the place. There is a small snack bar too where one can grab a few bites before heading to the next ride.
  • Panna Maria Historic District

    Panna Maria Panna Maria, TX 78144 United States - Phone: +1 830 780 4471
    Touted to be one of the foremost Polish settlement in the nation, the Panna Maria Historic District represents the rich Polish heritage. This area was inhabited by Polish immigrants who arrived here in 1850s. The places worth visiting include the St. Joseph’s School Museum and the Snoga store.
  • Landmark Inn State Historic Site

    402 Florence Street Castroville, TX 78009 United States - Phone: +1 830 931 2133
    The Landmark Inn welcomes it's visitors to step into this beautiful historic inn and experience the history of Texas. With a comfort that it offers in the stay and the fine breakfast meals, the site also offers a look of the serene and tranquil gardens around and also enjoy the Medina River for the recreational opportunities.

  • Morgan's Wonderland

    5223 David Edwards Drive San Antonio, TX 78233 United States - Phone: +1 210 495 5888
    Morgan's Wonderland is a family fun park that believes in providing accessible fun for all kids. The park encompass rides and attractions for all ages. Some of the major attractions at the park are the Music Garden, The Picnic Palace, Water Works, Pirate Island, the carousel, and the butterfly playground, but there are many more to explore. They also host a series of events like Mom's Group and Senior Fridays. It is truly a place for fun and entertainment for all ages. The special thing about the park is that it is totally accessible to guests of all abilities.
  • Morgan's Wonderland Carousel

    5223 David Edwards Drive San Antonio, TX 78233 United States - Phone: +1 210 495 5888
    Morgan's Wonderland Carousel is one of the most loved attractions in Morgan's Wonderland 834718. All the creatures on this beautiful carousel is accessible by wheelchairs. The carousel mounts beautifully decorated animals and chariots moving up and down and swaying side way and it is illuminated with LED lights. It can be enjoyed by people of all ages, alike.
  • The Mission Historic District

    Mission Road San Antonio, TX United States - Phone: +1 210 207 6700(Tourist Information)
    Located in southern San Antonio and by the San Antonio River, the Mission Historic District overs a glimpse into San Antonio's past. This charming small district includes several historical points, including the Mission Concepción, Mission San José, Mission San Juan Capistrano, and Mission San Francisco de la Espada.
  • St. Joseph Catholic Church

    623 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205-2693 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 0126
    The St Joseph Catholic Church is located in the Downtown San Antonio. Built in the 19th century, the church was preceded by another site of faith. This Roman Catholic Church is an active institute of faith. The church is built in the Gothic Revival style of architecture and is a spectacle of grandeur. An erstwhile religious site for German immigrants, it currently serves a diverse community of worshipers. The regular services are conducted in English, accompanied by mariachi music and occasional singing performance by the San Antonio Liederkranz. Check the website for information on mass timings and services.
  • Twin Sisters Bakery & Cafe

    6322 North New Braunfels Avenue San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 822 2265
    This is a funky little spot in the middle of the stereotypically conservative Alamo Heights neighborhood. It serves breakfast and dinner, but is most popular for lunch. The soup-and-sandwich-type lunch menu and daily specials have a decidedly healthy and sometimes vegetarian, bent. Don't miss the iced herbal tea, the spinach salad or the turkey burger. The dinner specials are also worth a try, especially the grilled empanadas with ground beef and onions and the potato stir-fry, blended with seasoned spinach and fresh tomatoes. If you have a sweet tooth, a warm snicker doodle cookie is the way to go. Twin Sisters draws a crowd early, so plan to wait for a table.
  • Twin Sisters Bakery & Cafe-Downtown

    124 Broadway at Travis San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 354 1559
    The funky cafe found a second home downtown. Just like its uptown twin, this cafe serves breakfast but is most popular for lunch. For dinner though, you'll have to go back uptown. The healthy, vegetarian-friendly lunch menu offers a welcome alternative to the previously limited and unbearable lunch options downtown. While you won't find any Mexican food entrees, the "blue plate" specials and various soups and sandwiches give this spot all the business it can handle. As this location is even smaller than the original location, the crowds pack in early, so plan ahead.
  • Original Mexican Restaurant & Bar

    528 Riverwalk San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 9951
    The River Walk boasts a disproportionate number of Mexican restaurants. So, what does one do to stand out from the crowd? Create different flavored margaritas made out of fresh fruit and have such a large selection that people just keep coming back again and again. While you enjoy your drink, dine on classic Mexican fare such as fajitas, enchiladas, burritos and tacos. Lots of outdoor seating is available overlooking the River Walk and enjoy the soothing live music in the background.
  • Casa Rio Mexican Foods Restaurant

    430 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 6718
    Casa Rio was the first restaurant on the River Walk and is still a must if you have never eaten riverside. With colorful décor, inside and outside seating and a prime location for people-watching, this restaurant is a favorite among both tourists and locals. Add potent, thirst-quenching margaritas, waitresses bustling about in Mexican sun dresses and Mexican favorites such as enchiladas and tamales and you have the makings of the classic Tex-Mex dining experience. Because no reservations are taken and this is a hot spot, you may want to arrive a little early to avoid long lines.
  • Little Rhein Steak House

    231 South Alamo Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 2111
    Dining just does not get more Texan than a cold beer and a good steak and that is what you get at the Little Rhein. This famous River Walk restaurant is housed in the oldest two-story structure in San Antonio, which was built in 1847. Antique memorabilia decorates the walls and takes you back to an age when Texans sat down to dinner with their six guns. The menu contains a variety of steaks, ranging from fillet mignon to T-bones to rib eyes.
  • County Line Smokehouse & Grill

    111 West Crockett San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 229 1941
    This is the kind of barbecue you dream about. The County Line serves up a variety of tender meat, slow-cooked for 18 hours, that literally falls off of the bone and melts in your mouth. Located on the River Walk, this restaurant not only offers a spectacular view, but also affords downtown visitors an opportunity to enjoy the "state meal" without venturing far from their hotels. Not a beef eater? Don't despair; the barbecue chicken, turkey, pork and sausage are equally tasty. All entrees come served with generous portions of sides, including classic potato salad, beans and coleslaw. For dessert, be sure to try one of the fruit cobblers. A full bar is available, but real Texans drink ice cold beer with their barbecue.
  • Cafe Ole

    521 River Walk Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 281 1292
    While the city, along with the River Walk for that matter, is overrun with Mexican restaurants, this one distinguishes itself by offering both a beautiful view of the River Walk and a quiet atmosphere. Along with a friendly wait staff, Cafe Ole offers patrons sweet serenades of Mexican mariachis on a nightly basis. The mariachis are one of the defining local Hispanic traditions and really give guests an authentic taste of the culture that makes San Antonio unique. The menu is more Tex-Mex than pure Mexican, but includes tasty fajitas, enchiladas, flautas and quesadillas to name a few selections. This restaurant is also known for its good selection of margaritas.
  • Dick's Last Resort

    406 Navarro Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 0026
    This is by far one of the happening restaurants on the River Walk, so diners can expect loud music, great food, cold beer and steely attitudes from the staff. Do not take your in-laws or your children; unless, of course, they can swig a long neck and crack crab legs with the best of 'em. The food here is good and has a definite Cajun flavor. All entrees either arrive in a bucket (craw fish and crab legs) or on top of butcher paper (hamburgers, ribs, chicken). It's messy, but fun. The crowd tends to get a little crazier the later it gets, as the restaurant gradually morphs into a full-fledged bar with live music every night.
  • Dolores Del Rio

    106 Riverwalk Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 9998
    A small awning above a rosemary-green door gives the only indication that this little Italian restaurant has carved out some space on the River Walk. If you're having trouble finding Dolores Del Rio, just follow the smell of garlic or look for the crowd of people waiting to get in. Warm candlelight casts lazy shadows on the white rock walls and low ceilings settle over intimately fixed tables. Add in some live jazz music and belly dancing and you've got one of the most romantic, one-of-a-kind restaurants in the city. Almost anything you order is guaranteed to be delicious. Try Linguini with Asparagus, Mostacolli with Meatballs or Stefania's Gorgonzola Pasta at this truly unique eatery.
  • Fig Tree Restaurant

    515 Villita Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 1976
    If you are looking for an upscale dining experience with classic cuisine and a decor to match, look no further. Nothing is taken for chance at this restaurant, which is located on the River Walk in a charming, restored old home in La Villita. The china, silver, table settings and general decor of Fig Tree Restaurant make it an experience in fine dining. The menu consists of entrees such as rack of lamb, Chateaubriand and beef Wellington. The Fig Tree also spares no expense on a very well-rounded wine list.
  • The Laboratory Brewing Company

    7310 Jones-Maltsberger Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 1997
    Known as "The Lab" by locals, this hot spot was the first true brewpub in the city. It serves up great burgers and such for dinner, but it's the after-hours atmosphere that draws the crowds. Four proprietary beer varieties are brewed on site to complement the fully stocked bar. Locals and visitors revel in hanging out on the breezy patio and enjoying the live music. Get there early if you want a table and any semblance of service, because it gets packed later in the evening.
  • Swig Martini Bar

    111 West Crockett Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 476 0005
    Ultra-chic without trying too hard, Swig is San Antonio's ultimate martini and cigar bar. The full-service bar features more varieties of potent martinis than you can count. Along with delicious hors d'oeuvres, Swig offers the cigar afficionado perhaps the most complete humidor on the River Walk. Live jazz adds sizzle to the ambiance each night as this is easily one of the best spots to either start your evening or wind it down.
  • Boardwalk Bistro

    4011 Broadway Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 0100
    This little restaurant is tucked away so well, you almost don't notice it. The multicultural cuisine makes decisions a challenge. Pasta, tapas, seafood, Mediterranean specialties and vegetarian dishes are popular on the menu list at Boardwalk Bistro. If you indulge, the award-winning wine list is extensive and offers several choices for even the most discriminating palate. Live entertainment, usually jazz music, is featured each Friday night. A more limited, less expensive menu is available for lunch.
  • Boudro's

    421 East Commerce San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 8484
    Steaks, seafood and Southwestern specialties from deep in the "haute" of Texas. Located on San Antonio's famous River Walk, Boudro's is often the restaurant for spotting visiting celebrities. Don't miss the fresh Guacamole (made table side), the Prickly Pear Margaritas or the blackened Prime Rib. And be sure to dine with friends so you can order one of every dessert to share. Boudro's is a favorite among locals and tourists alike and books quickly. Dining is available indoors, riverside and on river barges with advance reservations. Handicapped access is available through a street-level elevator.
  • Mi Tierra Cafe Y Panaderia

    218 Produce Row San Antonio, TX 78207 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 1262
    Located in Market Square, this San Antonio oldie-but-goodie has been a favorite of both locals and tourists since 1946. The Mexican specialties such as Chile Rellenos, Huevos Rancheros and the huge combination platters are excellent, and the atmosphere truly takes you south of the border. Nowhere else will you be serenaded by mariachis while enjoying chorizo and eggs or an eight-ounce rib eye. But be sure to have a tip ready for the entertainers; they want to enjoy a meal later as well. Finally, do not miss the panaderia (bakery) for fresh breakfast pastries, Mexican breads and sweet rolls.
  • El Milagrito Cafe

    521 East Woodlawn Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 734 8964
    This inexpensive, friendly, family-owned-and-operated Mexican food favorite is the perfect spot to recuperate after a hard night on the town. It is also a great spot to meet friends and hang out. The mariachis, which play every Saturday and Sunday, are sure to lift your spirits and can make even the grumpiest person show a grin. The wait staff is constantly busy, but they are friendly and speedy. The Menudo is reputed to cure the worst hangover and the Huevos Rancheros are legendary. Try the Tacos Loco, which come filled with potato, eggs, beans and sausage, or the amazing enchiladas. No matter what you order, you will leave with a smile on your face and a full tummy.
  • Paesano's River Walk

    403 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 8490
    If you are planning a trip to the Alamo city, there are two things you must eat: any type of authentic Mexican food and Paesano's "Shrimp Paesano." This incredible appetizer/entree is so rich and tasty that you won't know when to stop. Paesano's on the River Walk has a relaxed yet upscale atmosphere; you can sit inside or by the river and browse through an extensive wine list. Don't stop with the Shrimp Paesano, though, because everything on the menu is fresh and scrumptious. The pasta dishes are huge, the pizza is made with fresh, innovative ingredients, and the meats are varied and delicious. If you're dining away from downtown, but still in the mood for Italian food, visit Paesano's at its Quarry location.
  • Joe's Crab Shack

    255 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 930 1736
    If you have children, this restaurant is a must. Joe's Crab Shack, located in the Quarry Shopping Center, has everything, from excellent crab, fish, shrimp, hush puppies and oysters to a fun and lively environment. What make Joe's stand out from the sea of restaurants are the friendly wait staff and the singing and dancing. At random points, music will start to boom from all corners of the restaurant, at which time the employees begin performing a choreographed dance. Not only do the patrons have a ball, the performers truly have a blast, too. This restaurant provides entertainment for children and parents or for large groups of friends. If you want candlelight and wine, stay away. If you're looking for laughs, loud music and great food, Joe's Crab Shack is the ticket. It also has a sandy play area for kids in the back.
  • Lone Star Cafe

    237 Losoya San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 281 1292
    This restaurant is known for its Texas cuisine. Chicken-fried steak is served up here in heaping portions, as are most of the other entrees. You'll also find steaks, ribs, chicken and catfish here, as well as popular desserts such as apple and pecan pie ala mode. The majority of the seating is on a long second-story balcony that overlooks the River Walk, giving you a nice way to dine in a somewhat quiet setting without missing out on the action taking place below you.
  • Mad Dogs

    123-19 Losoya Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 0220
    Look for the statue of the Scotsman in full regalia to locate this fun bar with a British/Scottish theme on the River Walk. Enjoy a wide selection of both imported and local beers on tap while watching the crowds pass by from your patio table. The menu is definitely pub-oriented, but its offerings are rather tasty. Expect the usual steaks, fish and chips and sandwiches. While the food is good, the fun atmosphere, billiard tables, dart board, video games and large beer selection are the main attractions. Mad Dogs is open late and thus is a good place to end your evening.
  • Michelino's

    521 River Walk Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 281 1292
    One of the prettier restaurants on the River Walk, Michelino's has an excellent seating area that seems to compliment the surroundings. The food here is purely Italian, with specifically a North Italian country appeal. The pastas come accompanied with fresh poultry, veal, beef and seafood with flavorful sauces. If they all look good and you can't decide, then try the Angel Hair Di Mare with a roasted garlic cream sauce. The restaurant has an excellent wine list, as well, which does include some affordable selections. This place is an excellent choice for business dinners or just a lovely evening out.
  • Pieca D'Italia

    502 Riverwalk Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 5517
    This small Italian restaurant is known for large, well-topped and tasty pizzas. Located right on the River Walk, this eatery has every type of pizza that any connoisseur could ever want. These pizzas come loaded down with toppings; no scrimping on ingredients at this establishment. Several Italian dishes are available as well, including a stuffed flounder that is excellent. The nice selection of desserts to round out your meal, including tiramisu, cannoli and sorbetto, comes from a local bakery and creamery. There's a large amount of outdoor seating right on the River. At times, though, this area can get a little busy with foot traffic.
  • Rio Plaza

    245 East Commerce San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 2450
    This is one of the more elegant places to eat on the River Walk. As you walk by this restaurant, you cannot help but notice the mission-like colonnade entrance that beckons you to enter. The outdoor patio seating surrounds a beautiful, large wrap-around bar, which anchors this restaurant. The food here is described as eclectic New American and compliments the surroundings nicely. The menu is rounded out with unique selections of pasta, poultry, pork and top-grade beef. Although most of the entrees are excellent, waiters tend to push the ever-popular pecan-crusted chicken in an apple/brandy/butter sauce.
  • Schilo's Delicatessen

    424 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 223 6692
    A San Antonio institution, this authentic German deli in the heart of downtown has been serving business people and tourists alike since 1917. Known for its delicious deli fare of corned beef, chicken salad, reubens and braunschweiger sandwiches, this is an excellent place to stop in for lunch or dinner. Don't forget to wash your meal down with some of the special Schilo's root beer or top it off with the signature cherry cheesecake. A popular spot, the dining room fills quickly.
  • Texas Land & Cattle Steak House

    201 North Saint Mary's street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 2263
    This Texas steakhouse, with its mesquite-grilled steaks, chicken and shrimp, has quickly become a favorite among San Antonio's business and leisure diners. John Wayne would have felt right at home here in this large but cozy steakhouse, reminiscent of a modern-day ranch house. While you're waiting to be seated, grab a handful of peanuts and start munching. Don't worry about the empty shells, though; that's what the floor is there for. A full bar and hearty wine list complement the beef-oriented menu. Start off with a cup of steak soup and then cut into a 16-ounce TXLC Smoked Sirloin, an 18-ounce Texas T-bone or Rattlesnake Pasta and Trail Quail!
  • Rebar

    8134 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 320 4091
    A friendly atmosphere with a unique design. Twisted metal and a lounge like feel make this place a favorite of the Alamo Heights crowd. The Rebar bar is almost always packed and has a great outdoor patio where one can sit back with a cold beer and enjoy the crowd.Whether you are inside or out you will not be disappointed.
  • Luigi's

    6825 San Pedro Avenue San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 349 5251
    This great find hides behind an unassuming facade in a less-than-glitzy neighborhood. Once inside the door, you'll discover a menu ripe with delicious and authentic Italian dishes, an impressive wine list, beautiful decor and thoughtful service. Luigi's puts its own delicious mark on standard fare such as Fettuccine Alfredo, lasagna and manicotti. For an unusual side dish, try the steamed spinach with lemon and butter. The soft lighting and the pianist help create an intimate and romantic atmosphere.
  • Liberty Bar

    1111 South Alamo Street San Antonio, TX 78210 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 1187
    Liberty Bar's menu and the wine list boast some unique and tasty selections. You can't go wrong with any meal they serve. Don't pass up any of the chicken dishes, the chilled green bean salad, or the homemade breads and desserts. The bar portion of the restaurant draws an eclectic and lively crowd in the evenings. Be sure to pop in for brunch on the weekends.
  • Silo Restaurant

    1133 Austin Highway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 8686
    If a somewhat cramped restaurant above what was once a high-end produce and grocery market does not sound like your cup of tea, you are going to miss out. Silo offers delicious entrees such as sea bass and tenderloin, as well as a well-studied wine list and desserts you cannot pass up, all in a stylish setting. This place is popular with the locals, so reservations are recommended, particularly for dinner. A bar is now open in the space below.
  • Grey Moss Inn

    19010 Scenic Loop Road Helotes, TX 78023 United States - Phone: +1 210 695 8301
    Best known for its tempting menu and its romantic setting, Grey Moss Inn is worth the short drive out of the city. Dine by candlelight on fresh seafood or on a perfectly grilled steak. Enjoy cocktails or dessert by the crackling fireplace or on the tree-lined patio. Thoughtfully, the chef prepares both heart-healthy and vegetarian dishes in addition to the meat-centric menu. Reservations are strongly recommended. Private banquet rooms are available.
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House

    7720 Jones-Maltsberger Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 821 5051
    Big business, big celebrities and big money pass through these doors every night. It is not unusual to see local moguls, San Antonio Spurs' players and socialites holding court over elaborate meals. The perfectly broiled-to-order prime steaks, fresh seafood and impeccable service make Ruth's Chris Steak House a popular place for special occasions, client dinners and other celebrations. In addition to a wonderful meal, enjoy a full bar, an extensive wine list and a well-stocked humidor. Semi-private dining areas are also available.
  • WD Deli

    3123 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 828 2322
    This popular little deli has distinguished itself by offering a classic menu with a twist. Beyond the usual hoagie, offerings include WD's signature spinach chicken sandwich, tomato and basil soup, homemade cakes and pies and a number of daily specials. The health conscious can opt for the reduced fat or non-fat sandwiches and salads. The ambiance is relaxed and encourages lingering. A rotating exhibit of local artwork adorns the walls and a stack of local newspapers provides delightful diversions if you should be dining alone.
  • Rio Rio Cantina

    421 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 8462
    Mexican food so good, they named it twice. Located in the heart of the city's River Walk, Rio Rio Cantina offers tried-and-true Tex-Mex dining, both indoors and overlooking the river. Do not miss favorites such as Green Enchiladas, beef and Chicken Fajitas and enormous Quesadillas. The bartenders also make a darn good margarita. This is a colorful, fun and noisy place where kids blend in well and have a great time. Private banquet rooms are available, as is private catering, both on premise and off premise.
  • Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine

    5800 Broadway, North of Austin Highway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 822 6151
    Taking its menu a step beyond the expected fare, Paloma Blanca features enticing chicken and beef dishes, delicious soups and more in addition to the usual enchiladas, tostadas and quesadillas. A full bar offers a killer margarita, so beware! With a relaxful ambiance and enlivening music, Paloma Blanca draws lots of locals and plenty of kids. This is an all-around excellent choice for Mexican cuisine.
  • Francesca's at Sunset

    16641 La Cantera Parkway San Antonio, TX 78256 United States - Phone: +1 210 558 6500
    A resort as elegant as the Westin La Cantera would be expected to offer a restaurant as lovely. Mark Miller, Santa Fe's chef extraordinaire, designed the menu, which has received continual raves since the restaurant's opening. Try the Shrimp Corn cakes or the Gazpacho before diving into to perfectly prepared steak and seafood entrees. The wine list is as impressive as the service. The only thing better is the panoramic view of the Hill Country, a true crowning touch. Francesca's is popular with locals as well as resort guests, so reservations are highly recommended.
  • La Fogata

    2427 Vance Jackson Road San Antonio, TX 78213 United States - Phone: +1 210 340 1337
    This is one of San Antonio's best-known Mexican restaurants, and for good reason. Both the food and the beverages are excellent. The margaritas will knock your socks off; be sure to enjoy one on the large, shaded patio. For Mexican cuisine, La Fogata sets an excellent standard with green enchiladas and queso flameado that cannot be beat. Other specialties include the garlic-heavy pollo loco, quesadillas and chile rellenos.
  • Chuy's 281

    18008 US Highway 281 North San Antonio, TX 78232 United States - Phone: +1 210 545 0300
    The Austin, Texas landmark finally made its way a little closer to the border. Chuy's 281 boasts decor that could most politely be called kitschy: painted wooden fish hanging from the ceiling, an enormous jalapeno pinata and framed black-and-white photos of other Mexican restaurants in the city, to name a few of the oddities. The food is delicious and, thankfully, not mainstream. Enjoy chicken enchiladas made with blue corn tortillas, "big as yo' face" burritos and the Elvis Presley Memorial Combo (a platter of oversized servings of enchiladas, tacos and queso).
  • Rosario's

    910 South Alamo Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 223 1806
    Located in the heart of Southtown, Rosario's is packed every night. It can pack in even more now that they are in a larger (but just as lively) location just a block from where the restaurant used to be. Sip on a perfectly crafted frozen Margarita as you enjoy enchiladas, carne guisada, pork tips and so much more. Do not miss Rosario's on Friday nights, when it offers entertainment by some of the best bands in South Texas. Get there early to snag a table and enjoy dinner, then prepare to dance yourself silly.
  • Acadiana Cafe

    1289 Southwest Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78227 United States - Phone: +1 210 674 0019
    For authentic Cajun cookin', this is the place to go in San Antonio. Located on the far west side of the city, the huge restaurant plays host to hordes of locals craving authentic Cajun cuisine, seafood and catfish. As this is definitely a family restaurant, you can expect child and parent-friendly touches such as lids and straws for milk glasses, a plentiful supply of saltines to munch on, and crayons as a diversion. Housed in what resembles a massive two-story cedar house, the restaurant boasts a large porch and a cavernous interior. The quick and friendly service more than compensates for a table setting that leaves something to be desired (vinyl cloths, heavy wooden chairs and tables balanced on sugar packets for stability). Cajun specialties such as red beans and rice, gumbo and jambalaya abound, and all are wonderfully prepared. Should you crave seafood, any of the shrimp entrees can't be beat. For fish lovers, be sure to try the famous catfish. Side dishes include expected choices such as coleslaw, potato salad, hush puppies and basic vegetables.
  • Adelante

    21 Brees Boulevard San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 822 7681
    Although the term "healthy Mexican food" seems like an oxymoron, somehow these folks make it work. While it is a little off the beaten path, any restaurant that can make enchiladas, refried beans and tortillas low-fat, healthy and delicious is worth a visit. Your best bet is to try the tamales, the enchiladas or the chalupas with sides of Mexican rice and either refried or black beans. For an interesting twist, opt for the whole-wheat tortillas. Splashed with wild colors and funky ethnic decorations, the interior is small but inviting. The faithful arrive early for lunch and dinner to garner the best tables, with larger groups either claiming their space at the semi-private back tables.
  • Harlequin Dinner Theater

    2652 Harney Road San Antonio, TX 78234 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 9694
    Located on Ft. Sam Houston, this community theater produces an average of eight plays a year. Talented actors, directors and technical staff come together from around the city to perform to sold out audiences. Past seasons have included works from Neil Simon, George Bernard Shaw and others. Dinner is served prior to the performance—you can choose from four entrees and three desserts, and you also get soup, salad and a beverage.
  • Shiraz

    4230 McCullough Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 829 5050
    In a city filled with Tex-Mex offerings, it's delightful to find a restaurant with a different ethnic flair. A small and intimate spot, Shiraz is a wonderful choice for a break in your culinary routine. A plentiful and diverse menu offers exquisite Persian delicacies and gourmet dishes. Shish kabobs are a mainstay, with the lamb kabob being the most popular. If chicken is your choosing, try the Fesenjan, a chicken breast baked in a sweet walnut pomegranate sauce. Beef lovers will thoroughly enjoy the Ghormeh Sabzi, which consists of sautéed beef with parsley, cilantro and green onions. The restaurant also offers several seafood and vegetarian selections along with a wonderful selection of wines.
  • Las Canarias Restaurant

    112 College Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 518 1000
    Las Canarias is located inside one of San Antonio's most historic hotels, Omni La Mansion del Rio. It offers formal, courtyard and patio dining in addition to providing room service for hotel guests. Renowned chef Scott Cohen, who was formally trained in France, strives to provide food and service that goes beyond guests' expectations. Chef's specialty, grilled swordfish is a must. The restaurant also offers burgers and fries for the kids. A full bar and an extensive wine selection are also on hand. Locals flock to the restaurant to enjoy Sunday brunch. Reservations are highly recommended for this meal.
  • Sze-Chuen Chinese Restaurant

    124 North Main Avenue San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 354 1688
    This new Chinese food restaurant, located on the River Walk, boasts a recently refurbished interior but retains an older exterior that belies its young age. Puzzles of Chinese landmarks adorn the walls, and Chinese music is piped in via a boom box. Sze-Chuen touts over 20 daily lunch specials. General chicken, kung pao chicken and sweet and sour pork are just a few of the many items on the menu. What Sze-Chuen lacks in atmosphere, it makes up for in the quality and amount of food that you get for your money. It is a popular place for businessmen at lunch, but the restaurant has plenty of seating, and it is rare that you have to wait for a table.
  • Rudy's Country Store and BBQ

    10623 Westover Hills San Antonio, TX 78251 United States - Phone: +1 210 520 5552
    Just a short drive out of the city, you'll find some of the best barbecue in this part of the state. Rudy's is housed in what resembles an old country store and the rows of picnic tables inside and out of the restaurant are filled with diners almost any time of day. After dining, wander through the general store to stock up on snacks. You can even fill up your gas tank outside.
  • Cappy's

    5011 Broadway Avenue San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 828 9669
    In a small, tastefully decorated space, tucked way behind a collection of shops, lies a restaurant. It has an extensive wine list, an inspired menu and the best chocolate cake in the city. After you finish dinner and dessert, wander next door to Cappycino's for a cocktail or a cup of liqueur-infused coffee. With rough stone walls, wooden floors and a sizable outdoor patio, the environment is just right for an elegant evening.Enjoy the perfectly grilled tenderloin, succulent chicken or fresh fish over candlelight. For lunch, you can enjoy one of the many sandwiches, salads or light entrees available.
  • Olmos Pharmacy

    3902 McCullough Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 822 3361
    Sure, you can find Pepto-Bismol, aspirin and a myriad of other pharmaceutical needs in this small neighborhood drug store. But it's the lunch counter in back that draws the locals. Plop down on a stool and order a juicy burger or a perfectly prepared BLT (bacon, lettuce and tomato) sandwich with fries. But by all means, order a large chocolate shake. Thick and creamy, they're rumored to be the best in the city and many a patron have agreed.
  • Martinis

    8507 McCullough San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 344 4747
    Virtually hidden in an unassuming strip center behind one of the city's largest shopping malls, this bar is a favorite of young and old alike. Dripping in red velvet, naugahyde-covered chairs and subdued lighting, the small space is filled to capacity by locals who come to see the bar's owner perform on stage. The owner is probably one of the best cover singers around, possessing the uncanny ability to sound exactly like Neil Diamond, Willie Nelson or anyone else, for that matter. This is the epitome of a lounge act, and the Mylar "rain" curtain behind the stage is icing on the cake.
  • India Oven

    1031 Patricia San Antonio, TX 78213 United States - Phone: +1 210 366 1030
    Exotic spices infuse the plentiful and wonderfully aromatic dishes at one of San Antonio's few Indian restaurants. If you're not sure you like Indian cuisine, venture in for lunch, the uninitiated lunch buffet. You can sample such traditional dishes as beef curry, chicken with spinach, and tandoori chicken. Tandoori dishes are prepared in the restaurant's authentic tandoor, a high-temperature, wood-burning clay oven that cooks everything from chicken to shrimp. When you're ready to expand your horizons and try some more sophisticated Indian cuisine, ask your server for a primer. The staff is knowledgeable and eager to help you decide among the many authentic lamb, chicken, seafood and vegetable dishes.
  • Cha Cha's Restaurant

    2026 Babcock Road San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 615 7000
    The festively named Cha Cha's, located in the heart of the Medical Center area, is big on atmosphere. The decor ranges from traditional and somewhat boring to elegant and quaint. For a romantic dinner, ask for a table in the gazebo section. Each secluded table is surrounded by a white wrought-iron dome laced with (ahem, plastic) ivy. However, after a few of this place's 52 varieties of margaritas, you won't care. Expect to find the usual Tex-Mex favorites: enchiladas, tacos and fajitas. The second Cha Cha's location is at 5616 Bandera Road in San Antonio (+1 210 681 2066).
  • Van's Chinese Seafood Restaurant

    3214 Broadway Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 828 8449
    In the mood for sushi? Go to Van's. Moo Goo Gai Pan? Try Van's. Spring rolls? Van's. This multi-faceted restaurant in old Alamo Heights deftly blends Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine in an unhurried atmosphere. Van's serves a steady business rush at lunch and draws a crowd as varied as its dinner menu. The mostly nondescript décor is made interesting by a wall of wine bottles offset by a fish tank-lined wall.
  • Hung Fong Chinese Restaurant

    3624 Broadway Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 822 9211
    Hung Fong is one of San Antonio's oldest Chinese restaurants, and it continues to serve up satisfying Szechuan, Cantonese, Hunan and Mandarin style cuisine year after year. You don't just eat in this restaurant, you experience its aura. American and Taiwanese neon flags exude a dominant presence, while pictures made with huge(and real) butterfly wings rest comfortably behind plexiglas frames. You have to see 'em to believe 'em. The restaurant offers both lunch and dinner specials. At night, order a la carte from several combinations or just enjoy family dining which is a popular choice. Beer and wine are served, and child's plates are available for the wee ones.
  • Ding How Chinese Restaurant

    4531 NorthWest Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 340 7944
    Of the many Chinese restaurants in San Antonio, this establishment holds the distinction of being the only one on stilts. This unique restaurant on the outskirts of the Medical Center offers a satisfying menu of Szechuan, Cantonese, Hunan and Mandarin style cuisines. Traditional and comfortable, this restaurant is more elegant than most. Ding How offers both lunch and dinner specials. At night, order a la carte or from several combination plates. Family dinners are popular and reasonable. A full bar is available for the adults, and child plates are available for the kids.
  • The Guenther House

    205 East Guenther Street San Antonio, TX 78204 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 1061
    The Guenther House makes its home in an elegant historic mansion on the property of Pioneer Flour Mills in the historic King William area. From its not-so-humble beginnings as the home of Carl Hilmer Guenther in 1860, it has been restored into one of the more unique dining experiences in the city. The breakfast menu (served all day) offers Southern Sweet Cream Waffles and breakfast tacos, among other items. At lunch, choose from such entries as Champagne Chicken Enchiladas and Pioneer Taco Salad.
  • Blue Star Brewing Company

    1414 South Alamo Street San Antonio, TX 78210 United States - Phone: +1 210 212 5506
    Head over to the Southtown neighborhood for something different at this brewpub. The huge copper brewing tanks here figure prominently, and a sizable patio offers a view of the tranquil river. Along with the variety of beers, it offers standard bar fare such as burgers and chicken wings, as well as a few surprises including sautéed chicken and artichokes and grilled salmon. Try a four-ounce sample of the Smoked Dark Ale or the creamy Stout. 
  • Formosa Garden

    1011 Northeast Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 828 9988
    From a prominent location on Loop 410, Formosa Garden serves some of the best Chinese food in town from its extensive menu of mostly Szechuan cuisine.
  • Madhatter's Tea

    320 Beauregard San Antonio, TX 78204 United States - Phone: +1 210 212 4832
    A short walk from the riverwalk Madhatters is the perfect place for a tête-à-tête over your favorite tea. There are more than 50 different green, black and herbal teas to choose from. The atmosphere is comfortable and inviting, while the clientele ranges from college students to old ladies. The menu presents hot and cold entrées including the Mediterranean Tea-Smoked Chicken Over Field Greens Salad and the Turkey, Avocado and Chilpotle Cream Cheese Sandwich. Beer and wine are also available.
  • Demo's Greek Food

    7115 Blanco Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 342 2772
    If you've never tried Greek food, Demo's is the place to start. Grab a classic gyro or a large Greek salad anything that suits you. If you're feeling a bit bold, try the sampler plate and get a taste of beef and chicken souvlaki, spanakopita, a gyro, a Greek salad and a tiropita. A live Greek band on Saturday nights and belly dancers on Wednesday nights add to the celebratory mood of this casual restaurant. Demo's is also located at 2501 North St Mary's Street, San Antonio, TX 78212; +1 210 732 7777; the Vineyard Shopping Center 1205 Loop 1604 and Blanco Rd. 235 (210)798-3840
  • Crumpets Restaurant & Bakery

    3920 Harry Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 821 5600
    Crumpets' casual elegance is rivaled only by its contemporary cuisine. Daily specials and beautiful surroundings make this little restaurant and bakery popular among ladies who lunch, couples who kiss and friends who fraternize. Dining al fresco is simply a treat. Let the shade of the live oak trees ease the burden of the sun as you listen to the soft rush of small waterfalls in the background, or sit by one of the huge picture windows and enjoy the scenery from the inside. The varied menu includes a delightful selection of soups, salads, seafood, pasta, beef and chicken. Choose a traditional entrée such as the rosemary chicken, or try something not as traditional, like the ostrich filet. The five-course Sunday brunch is a must-do.
  • The Barn Door Restaurant

    8400 North New Braunfels Avenue San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 0116
    The hokey name and checkered plastic tablecloths belie the mouthwatering (and pricey) steaks, chicken and seafood at this San Antonio institution. The Barn Door runs its own butcher shop, and every aged cut is tender and juicy. This steakhouse is huge and its atmosphere is casual, with pictures of horses and cowboys telling the story of old Texas. It's equally suited to a business lunch, a first date or a family night out. If you find yourself waiting for a table on the weekend, wander into the bar and check out the horse racing memorabilia. At lunch, try a tenderloin sandwich or a chicken-fried rib eye steak. At dinner, the six-ounce Lady's Filet and the 14-ounce Gentlemen's Ribeye is most tempting. The restaurant also serves a great selection of seafood, chicken, chicken livers, pork chops and quail. If you're dining with a good friend, pour some extra-garlicky Green Goddess dressing on your salad.
  • TKO's Sports Bar

    123 East Travis Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 8119
    If you know that "TKO" means "technical knockout," then you're in the right place. Every boxing event, along with other major sports events, is televised on a 60-inch TV screen, as well as on others TVs strategically located throughout the bar.
  • Fox & Hound English Pub & Grille

    12651 Vance Jackson Road San Antonio, TX 78230 United States - Phone: +1 210 696 1356
    Unfortunately stuck in a strip mall, the Fox and Hound offers a casual but upscale English pub atmosphere, with a few minor adjustments. Watch a sporting event while enjoying tasty food and choosing from a wide selection of beers and ales from around the world. Hunting scenes depicting foxes and hounds, decorate the richly colored walls, while 33 large-screen TVs broadcast sporting events and music videos. Game rooms flank the main room and bar and feature "civilized" entertainment such as billiards, darts and shuffleboard. The kitchen is open all day and serves up generous portions of (non-English) food such as Grand Champion Wings, Philadelphia Chicken Sandwich and Hawaiian Pizza. The service leaves a little to be desired, but overall, you are likely to have a good time.
  • La Tuna Grill

    100 Probandt Street San Antonio, TX 78204 United States - Phone: +1 210 212 5727
    This ultra-casual bar called La Tuna Grill provides the perfect backdrop for drinking a few brews, getting a little sun and seeing a lot of local color. A few tables are inside, but most of the action takes place on the patio, under a canopy of huge pecan trees.  For a list of beers, ask the bartender or just look at the bottle caps blanketing the patio. Delicious food on the menu is a big draw, too. This is also a family friendly establishment, offering a kids menu. 
  • Ibiza Patio Restaurant and Bar

    200 South Alamo San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 1400
    Just around a bend on the River Walk and located inside the hotel Hilton Palacio del Rio, Ibiza Patio Restaurant and Bar is a cool place for outdoor dining. Innovative Mediterranean and South Texan cuisine are delectable to taste. Enjoy the music by live bands on Saturday nights. Sip on some luscious wine and enjoy this memorable dining experience.
  • Dave and Buster's

    440 Crossroads Boulevard San Antonio, TX 78201 United States - Phone: +1 210 515 1515
    Start with 50,000 square feet of space, add an odyssey of golf simulators, upscale carnival midway games and sophisticated cyber games, mix in some good food and cold drinks, and you've got a great place to spend an hour or an evening.
  • Canyon Café

    255 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 821 3738
    The dramatic flaming torches positioned under an open-beam canopy outside the restaurant promises something different and the food delivers on that promise.A Southwestern theme is emphasized with pine timbers, pleasing shades of turquoise and terracotta, and lots of Native American accessories. The restaurant is always busy during lunch and dinner, so be prepared to wait. Everything that comes out of the kitchen is garnished with spicy goodness. Try the sublime Tudie's Chicken-Fried Tuna, the tender Tahoe Tenderloin or the provocative Desert Fire Pasta.
  • La Marginal

    2447 Nacogdoches Road San Antonio, TX 78217 United States - Phone: +1 210 804 2242
    Just outside The Loop, in your average middle-class American neighborhood, sits this remarkable little Puerto Rican restaurant called La Marginal. Ignore the fact that it sits in an unassuming little strip center and wander in. You'll be glad you did. Black beans abound on this menu. Beyond that, two of the best options are the award-winning Sandwich Cubano, featuring tender beef and pork and melted Swiss cheese, and the Platano Loco, with roast pork, grilled ham, Swiss cheese and green plantains.
  • Earl Abel's

    1201 Austin Highway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 822 3358
    Earl Abel's offers casual family dining at reasonable prices and is a favorite among the locals. For that down-home cooking—the kind your mother used to make—you must try the fried chicken, pot roast or fried catfish dinners. For dessert, try a slice of the triple-layer German chocolate or coconut cake. If it's pie you want, the coconut cream pie is quite tempting.
  • Old San Francisco Steakhouse

    10223 Sahara Street San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 342 2321
    For over 30 years, the Old San Francisco Steak House has been a San Antonio tradition, serving some of the finest steak dinners in town. Although the restaurant is well known for its steaks, it has enhanced its menu to include fresh seafood and chicken dishes. One of the unique features of this restaurant is the girl in the red velvet swing. She entertains guests as she swings above them as they enjoy their meals. The peppered steak and 12-ounce rib eye are two of the favorites of local patrons, or try the spicy Jamaican chicken.
  • Bob's Smokehouse

    5145 Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 344 8401
    For that uniquely Texan barbecue flavor, Bob's Smokehouse is the place to go. Whether you choose the juicy brisket, smoked sausage, barbecue chicken or beef ribs, a better barbecue plate is hard to come by. For something a little outside the norm, you might want to try the lamb ribs. Be sure to get a helping of the homemade beans and potato salad, too. Finally, don't forget desert; the fresh-baked sweet potato pie is a real treat.
  • Old World German Restaurant and Delicatessen

    1546 Babcock Road San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 366 9523
    Looking for some Old World German cooking? Then go straight to Old World German Restaurant and Delicatessen, which offers family dining and old world charm. This place is always open for a late breakfast, lunch or dinner. The dining is casual, the food delicious and the atmosphere charming. You will find everything from schnitzel and wurst to potato pancakes at the Old World Delicatessen. Step up to the counter and step back in time—the cooking is just like Oma used to make. Dieters beware—though the rich, creamy desserts are almost decadent, but they are definitely worth trying.
  • Tex's Grill and Sports Bar

    611 Northwest Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 377 4653
    A restaurant and sports bar, Tex's is a great place to dine while watching your favorite team win the big game. The sports bar provides two large-screen televisions. The place caters to the sports enthusiast by offering drink specials, happy hour and a chance for you to watch your favorite team with your friends. Tex's also has a party room, which can be reserved and which seats up to 45 people. Tex's offers one of the finest all-you-can-eat prime rib buffets in town. If you're not in the mood for beef, you can try the seafood pasta or the roast turkey. If you want something a little lighter, the restaurant offers both a soup and salad bar and a baked potato bar. The Yorkshire pudding is second to none; if you're not in the mood for pudding, though, be sure to at least check out the full dessert display.
  • Anaqua Room

    555 South Alamo Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 229 1000
    Anaqua Room offers a mix of both Texan and Mediterranean flavors. Among its specialties and other highly requested items are the Pecan Crusted Prime Rib and the Jumbo Sea Scallops. If your taste runs more toward traditional Texas home cooking, try the Wild Mixed Grill, which consists of four different meats accompanied by potatoes. The food is excellent and the atmosphere is inviting, making this a great place when you're planning for that special dinner. Also open for breakfast and lunch.
  • The Malt House

    115 South Zarzamora Street San Antonio, TX 78207 United States - Phone: +1 210 433 8441
    The Malt House has been serving San Antonio for the last 50 years. It has such a diverse menu—you can get a great burger, fries and a soft drink or enjoy one of the thick, rich chocolate malts. If you're in the mood for Mexican food, the enchiladas with fresh tortillas are hard to top. If you want something more southern, try the fried chicken. The prices are reasonable, and the atmosphere is what you would expect from a small neighborhood restaurant.
  • Bistro Vatel

    218 East Olmos Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 828 3141
    Offering traditional French cuisine in an intimate setting, this small but elegant restaurant is sure to please even the most discerning diner. A favorite among locals is the lamb loin with goat cheese and a merlot sauce. Other specialties include the cassoulet and the pot-au-feu. A three-course dinner is reasonable enough, making this both an enjoyable and affordable place to dine in style.
  • Los Barrios Mexican Continental Cuisine

    4223 Blanco Road San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 732 6017
    In a city where Mexican food reigns supreme, Los Barrios Mexican Continental Cuisine is one of the kings. But Los Barrios doesn't rely on formality—the menu promotes eating tacos, tostados, tortillas, and flautas with your fingers. The restaurant's large seating capacity is made homier with traditional colors and wall art, large windows and lots of lush green plants. A well-stocked bar and live music Friday-Sunday evenings help make the wait for a table a little more bearable. With a comprehensive menu offering everything from tacos and tamales to cabrito and cod, it's hard to decide what to order. However, you can't go wrong with the Classic Enchilada Assortment, which offers enchiladas prepared five different ways.
  • The Madrid Room

    300 East Travis San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 4392
    Located in the Historic St. Anthony Hotel, the Madrid Room has served San Antonio for over 90 years. Famous for its pasta bar, the restaurant features many other delights, as well. Appetizers range from the Jose Cuervo Tequila Shrimp and the Jumbo Gulf Shrimp Cocktail to the Chile Crusted Prosciutto Wrapped Shrimp. Entrees include the Charbroiled Filet Mignon, which comes served with a barbecue vinaigrette, and the North Atlantic King Salmon. For something a little closer to home (that is, if you are a Texan), try the Gulf Coast Red Snapper with Tequila Lime Butter Sauce.
  • Bolo's Rotisserie Grille

    9821 Colonnade Boulevard San Antonio, TX 78230 United States - Phone: +1 210 691 8888
    Looking for wild game, then look to Bolo's, located in the Omni Hotel. It offers a diverse menu. From the rotisserie, you will find free-range chicken with potato gratin and mushroom sauce, Long Island duck served with wild rice. The herb-rubbed pork loin with brandied apples and French onion risotto is always a favorite. If steaks are more to your liking, then try the bone-in strip steak with an ancho chili sauce and potato gratin or maybe the center-cut filet mignon with garlic butter and vegetable ratatouille. The restaurant also serves breakfast and lunch.
  • Henry's Puffy Tacos

    6030 Bandera Road San Antonio, TX 78238 United States - Phone: +1 210 432 7341
    Famous for their puffy tacos, Henry's also offers a large selection of entrees. Some of the most requested items on the menu are the sizzling fajitas, which come in both chicken and beef varieties and are served on a hot skillet; and the Lopez Monterrey, a special tomato sauce-flavored whole chicken breast topped with cheddar and Monterrey jack cheese. Among the other delights on the Henry's menu are the enchilada dinners, which come in cheese, picadillo or shredded chicken flavors. Henry's also offers a Senor Lopez Special, which consists of three entrees of your choice along with rice and beans.
  • Shogun Japanese Steak House

    5500 Babcock Road San Antonio, TX 78240 United States - Phone: +1 210 696 8638
    Shogun's offers original Japanese cuisine of excellent quality. Imagine the thrill of being able to watch an experienced and talented Japanese chef prepare your meal right before your eyes. Entrees include hibachi chicken, sukiyaki steak, shrimp flambé, salmon, lobster, steak and shrimp, and a seafood delight. Shogun's also offers a large sushi menu and a full bar. For exceptional food and a most entertaining evening, Shogun's is a must!
  • Simi's India Cuisine

    4535 Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, TX 78201 United States - Phone: +1 210 737 3166
    If you are in the mood for something different but a little familiar, Simi's is the place to go. The restaurant overcomes its strip-mall location with a truly elegant setting. A rich red carpet leads to cinnamon-colored booths and chairs around white-clad tables. Traditional Indian music plays softly in the background as waiters move quietly in and out of the kitchen. As with most restaurants that serve Indian cuisine, Simi's offers several selections prepared in an authentic tandoor oven. Try the Tandoori Shrimp or Tandoori Snapper. A lunch buffet lets you sample a few of the more popular dishes, and at night, you can choose from several combination dishes. The small bar pours a decent selection of beer and wine.
  • Fujiya Japanese Garden Restaurant

    9030 Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX 78240 United States - Phone: +1 210 734 3551
    "Ogenki desu ka?" Fujiya Japanese Garden Restaurant is one of the first things you will hear from the friendly people at Fujiya Japanese Garden Restaurant. The wait staff at Fujiya enjoys taking time to take care of you, as they have been serving some of San Antonio's best Japanese cuisine and sushi since 1970. This is why one of the first things you will hear is "how are you?" in Japanese.
  • Leon Springs Dance Hall

    1515 Rogers Avenue San Antonio, TX 78208 United States - Phone: +1 210 698 7070
    Get your cowboy boots, your Wranglers and your kids together, because it's time to go two-steppin' with your friends and family. Here you'll find a relaxed, small-town atmosphere where people of all ages can talk, listen to local country music bands, dance, and enjoy beer and barbecue. Call for more information on special events, to reserve a table or to find out which bands are playing.
  • Paesano's

    555 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 828 5191
    One of the most acclaimed Italian restaurants in San Antonio, Paesano's has been a local favorite for decades. Tourists are most familiar with its location on the River Walk. But the one just north of downtown in Lincoln Heights, near the Quarry Marketplace, offers the same great menu in a different atmosphere. Paesano's in Lincoln Heights is relaxed yet sophisticated, a place to see and be seen. Be sure to visit on a nice day during sunset. The west room has a spectacular sunset view overlooking the Quarry Golf Course—it's a view that you would not want to miss, especially with that special someone. You can choose from a variety of dinners including red snapper sautéed with artichokes, mushrooms and white wine and shrimp with fra diavolo sauce. Of course, the restaurant would not be the same without its namesake, Gamberi Paesano (Shrimp Paesano), which is served as either an appetizer or a dinner.
  • Texas Land & Cattle Steak House

    9911 IH 10 West San Antonio, TX 78230 United States - Phone: +1 210 699 8744
    Texas Land and Cattle is a lesson in Texan. Jeans-clad food servers waltz across the dining room floor. Branding irons, horseshoes (oriented upwards, of course, so the luck does not run out), cowboy boots and chaps decorate the walls. And everything is big, including the booths, the longhorns and the food portions. After an 18-ounce Texas T-Bone, a 16-ounce Cattleman's Ribeye or a 9-ounce Trail Boss Filet, you will be talkin' Texan in no time. If red meat does not strike your fancy, try the spicy Mesquite-Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad or the TXLC Salmon Steak.
  • Carrabba's Italian Grill

    12507 I-10 West San Antonio, TX 78230 United States - Phone: +1 210 694 4191
    From the time the doors open for dinner until the last pasta dish is served, Carrabba's capacity limit is practically always challenged. The classically comfortable atmosphere draws a constant flow of families, twenty-somethings and big wigs. The food servers are usually knowledgeable and always eager to please. Linger over cappuccino and tiramisu in the dining room, or treat yourself to a show at the dining bar. Here, in front of the exhibition kitchen, you can watch the cooks sauté your Scampi Damian, grill your Chicken Bryan Texas, bake your lasagna or toss your Italian Chicken Pizza. The bar offers beer, wine and the restaurant's signature Carrabba-Rita.
  • Golden Wok Chinese Restaurant

    8822 Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX 78240 United States - Phone: +1 210 615 8282
    Golden Wok Chinese Restaurant invites you to sample an assortment of dim sum every Sunday at 11:30am. Golden Wok's main lunch and dinner menus feature traditional Mandarin, Szechuan and Cantonese meals; however, on Sundays, you can expect to see a celebration of dim sum treats.
  • Logan's Roadhouse

    12477 I-10 West San Antonio, TX 78230 United States - Phone: +1 210 641 5900
    Shells a-firing and grills a-grillin'! Logan's has all the food and spirits you need to round out your day, and you don't even have to clean up your peanut shells off the floor. Rustic ranch with a Texas twist in the form of natural wood chairs and buckets of peanuts at your table. Don't mind the peanut shells on the floor stepping on them harmonizes with the busy chatter of customers. Loaded hamburgers, steaks, ribs, salmon, huge sandwiches, large salads and a variety of vegetables can be expected in a very reasonable amount of time during lunch and dinner. Take a load off with a domestic or imported beer, a glass of wine or a specialty drink.
  • King's Palace

    3304 Broadway Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 0279
    King's Palace is located two blocks from the San Antonio Botanical Gardens, just north of downtown. It has great food and friendly service. The restaurant is simple and clean, with sections separated by large fish tanks containing beautiful exotic fish. The menu has all of the usual Chinese fare, as well as a few of the restaurant's own creations. The wonton soup is fresh and flavorful. Try the sesame chicken for something sweet, or the Mongolian beef for a tasty, traditional flavor. Lunch and dinner plates come with fried or steamed rice, an entree and an egg roll. Delivery is available.
  • The Golden Star Cafe

    821 West Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78207 United States - Phone: +1 210 223 1681
    It used to be San Antonio's only all-night Chinese food place, but now the Golden Star closes after the late-night club people go home. Located just west of downtown, it serves Asian food and some American dishes, too. The restaurant is a revamped diner with large red dragons along the walls, a combination that gives it an Asian-American feel. Try the almond chicken, served with an excellent sauce made of a thin, soy gravy. Or go for the beef and broccoli, which comes with the steamed broccoli served on the side and is not covered in sauce like it is at many places.
  • Grady's Bar-B-Que

    4109 Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, TX 78201 United States - Phone: +1 210 734 3636
    A good place to get some great food, Grady's skips the frills and concentrates on serving tender, juicy barbecue instead. Popular for business meals or family dining, Grady's has personal-size meals and family (or larger) size orders. The brisket will melt in your mouth as the barbecue sauce runs down your chin and the fresh potato salad will remind you of picnics in the park. The beans have a robust, cowboy-style flavor. They are a great pick to go with the hot, spicy sausage.
  • Pico de Gallo

    111 S Leona Street San Antonio, TX 78207 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 6060
    This seasoned restaurant is popular with both tourists and natives. The festive interior and good food make it a hot spot just about anytime you go, but the lunch crowd is especially fierce so go before 11:30a or expect to wait an hour to get a table. Also, this is one of the few Tex-Mex restaurants in town that is open on Sundays. The food at Pico de Gallo is well made and served with generous portions. Try the crunchy chalupas with spicy beans and loads of toppings, or the carne guisada, which isn't served on a taco, but on a plate with rice and beans. The fajitas are good, and every meal is served with chips and tasty, but not too hot, salsa. The restaurant also hosts live music at times.
  • Jacala Mexican Restaurant

    606 West Avenue San Antonio, TX 78201 United States - Phone: +1 210 732 5222
    Escape the stresses of everyday work life by having a puffy taco and a margarita with your friends. The exotic ambiance of Jacala Mexican Restaurant invites you to relax. Wooden floors and ceilings provide a rustic, antique look. Plants surround the room as if you were in an outdoor paradise. A large patio outside inspires fond memories of warm summer nights. If you love spicy food, try the Chile Relleno Dinner. You will have a large, stuffed Poblano Pepper with picadillo, salsa ranchera, guacamole salad and beans and rice. If traditional Mexican cuisine is more up your alley, try the carne guisada or the famous Jacala Dinner (cheese enchiladas, beef puffy taco, chile con queso and rice and beans). Salads, sandwiches, tacos, enchilada plates and short orders supplement the dinner plates. Don't forget to try their Original ORO margarita (Cuervo 1800 and Cointreau on the rocks) and the Sangria Swirl (frozen margarita with a little Yago Sangria).
  • Little Italy

    824 Afterglow Street San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 349 2060
    Established in 1983, this North side favorite has three possibilities depending on your dining mood. One side of the restaurant is cozy and comfortable just right for an intimate repast. On the other side is a wonderful take-out deli, filled with meats and cheeses, as well as the restaurant's bar. If you're in the mood for a large gathering, you can book the Big Apple room. No matter where you sit (or stand), you will be able to order from a wide selection of real Italian meals. Every meal comes with a slice of pizza and a side dish of spaghetti. Try the linguini with white clam sauce, followed by one of the restaurant's homemade desserts. If a taste of vino is to your liking, Little Italy's wine cellar is among the best in the city.
  • Crystal Steak House

    1039 Northeast Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 826 2371
    If you are looking for corn-fed red meat served in opulent surroundings, this restaurant fits the bill. Stained-glass skylights and room panels set off a wonderfully plush late-19th-century dining area prime beef, veal and seafood highlight the expansive menu. The Victorian elegance extends to the bar area, where an impressive back-bar holds an excellent choice of libations. The restaurant is a great place for business entertaining or for enjoying a cozy, romantic dinner for two. If you stop by on Sundays between 10:30a and 3p, you can enjoy an incredible brunch with free champagne.
  • EZ's Brick Oven And Grill

    734 West Bitters Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 490 6666
    Energetic and fun, EZ's serves thick burgers, truly delicious shakes, fresh salads and pizza that is made to order and baked in a wood-fueled oven. The curly fries and chicken strips are favorites among the kids. The decor is colorful and modern, with the oven and grill dominating the center of the restaurant. Table seating comes in the form of comfortable booths, while bar seating lets you watch the staff make pizzas and blend shakes from Blue Bell ice cream. The vibrant, cheerful atmosphere makes the juicy old fashioned burgers taste even better. Beer and wine are offered on tap.
  • Chris Madrid's Nachos and Burgers

    1900 Blanco Road San Antonio, TX 78201 United States - Phone: +1 210 735 3552
    This burger joint on the city's near-North side has been cranking out burgers for 23 years. Some people may think that a burger is a burger, but they probably haven't been to Chris Madrid's. A consistent winner of various critics' polls over the years, the restaurant won the 2006 local newspaper's Best Burger award. Like a lot of local burger places, this spot is decidedly low-tech and high-taste. The Cheddar CZ is its signature meal, but you might want to try the devastatingly good bean burger, too. Add an order of fries and a cold beer and you are in hamburger heaven.
  • Thai Kitchen

    445 McCarty Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 541 0282
    For more than a decade, owner Sam and his family have been offering quality, reasonably priced Thai cuisine. Located in a small strip center, Thai Kitchen has been a winner of several local critics' awards. The menu choices may make your head spin, but you can't go wrong with an order of Tum Yun Goon (hot shrimp soup) followed with Yum Nah (a steak salad). For dessert, a cup of coconut ice cream should put out the fire and salve the taste buds. There restaurant also houses a full bar, which includes Thai beer among its offerings.
  • StoneWerks Caffe & Bar

    7300 Jones Maltsberger Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 828 3508
    The décor here is something between a rustic ranch house and a polished hacienda. The interior is fairly standard, with booths and tables, but the wrought-iron tables that dot the patio add a comfortable charm. Strategically placed heaters keep the patio warm and wonderful year-round. A full bar serves several draft and bottled beers as well as a good selection of wine. If you are hungry, drop in for lunch or an early dinner. Start with the divine artichoke dip and then dig in to the pecan breaded chicken. Note that the kitchen stops serving food two hours before closing time.
  • Taipei Chinese Restaurant (Stone Oak)

    18802 Stone Oak Parkway San Antonio, TX 78258 United States - Phone: +1 210 403 3316
    A curvy design and tasty food distinguish this upscale Chinese restaurant on San Antonio's far north side. The inviting interior is dominated by buttery yellow walls with crimson and black accents and lots of Chinese prints. On any given night, you'll find families celebrating a night out, couples just in from playing tennis at the near-by country club, and singles popping in to place take-out orders. Alongside traditional Szechwan entrées, you will find more inventive dishes such as the spicy Pasta Delight, Sautéed Lamb Hunan Style, Volcano Chicken and Sausage Fried Rice as well as a good selection of steamed entrées under the "Diet Dishes" heading.
  • Alamo Antique Mall

    125 Broadway Stret San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 4354
    With three floors of an enormous old office building dedicated to antiques and collectibles of all sorts, you will find exactly what you are looking for or what you aren't. From glassware and Fiestaware to Lone Ranger lunch boxes and 50s-era ladies' hats, the prices are reasonable and the quality quite good. Even if you're just browsing, this antique mall provides a fun nostalgia trip.
  • Historic Market Square (El Mercado)

    514 West Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78207 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 8600
    The historical center and heart of the city's Mexican culture, the square is the largest Mexican marketplace outside of Mexico. Here you can dine on Mexican food at one of several cafes, enjoy the lively sounds of Mariachi bands and buy wonderful blankets, clothes, leather and metal goods and much more, imported from just south of the border. The square plays host to many cultural events and fairs throughout the year, including Fiesta del Mercado (Party of the Market) in April and Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in November.
  • Lucchese Boot Company

    255 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 800 548 9755
    World-renowned for classic Western boots and outstanding workmanship, Lucchese was established in San Antonio in 1883. There are hundreds of boots to choose from in both domestic and exotic leathers, various styles and numerous colors. Now with a beautiful store in the Alamo Quarry Market shopping center, you can choose not only boots, but also belts, Western clothing and accessories from the store's vast and tempting inventory.
  • Sloan-Hall

    5922 Broadway Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 828 7738
    This is a gift shop so well known for its atmospheric patchouli fragrance that San Antonians can sniff a gift and know it came from Sloan-Hall. The owner's eye for contemporary design and taste for the unique and unusual set this little shop apart from the mainstream, too.
  • The Alley on Bitters

    555 West Bitters Road San Antonio, TX 78232 United States - Phone: +1 210 494 3226
    The Alley on Bitters has housed San Antonio's most unique collection of locally-owned and operated specialty stores for more than 35 years. What began as a place for artists to showcase and sell their work has turned into a popular contemporary retail center. The center has several shops, restaurants, salons, and a yoga studio. 
  • Alamo Quarry Market

    255 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 8885
    San Antonio's newest shopping hot spot is a former cement plant, now renovated into a ready mix of shopping, dining and entertainment. Anchor stores include Old Navy, Bed Bath & Beyond and Whole Earth Provisions. The centerpiece is the enormous Quarry Market Movie Theater, which features more than eight screens with first-run selections. Enjoy specialty shopping at Restoration Hardware, Whole Foods Grocery or Pottery Barn. After dining at one of the center's restaurants, which include J. Alexander's and California Pizza Kitchen, be sure to enjoy a scoop of Amy's Ice Cream. This is a sprawling and diverse shopping center where you're sure to find whatever you want or need.
  • Rivercenter Mall

    849 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 0000
    As far as shopping malls go, this one is beautiful. Set right on the River Walk and attached to the Marriott River Center hotel, this mall is a dining, shopping and entertainment mecca. Although anchored by Foley's, Dillard's and an AMC movie theater, the mall offers scores of specialty shops and gift stores, as well as one of the largest parking garages downtown. Musical groups and dance troupes perform nightly during the summer months at the lagoon in the middle of the mall. Visitors can also board barges for tours of the River Walk from the lower level.
  • Learning Express

    255 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 930 4442
    This tiny toyshop goes way beyond carrying just the usual stuffed animals and games. The emphasis is on toys that teach and kids go crazy over the selection. Its inventory includes everything from infant and toddler toys to electronic gadgets that make teenage boys salivate. The prices are reasonable and they offer free gift-wrapping service on the spot—great if you're a last-minute shopper on the way to a party. Take advantage of the store's frequency card program—the more you purchase the quicker you earn discounts on future purchases.
  • Restoration Hardware

    255 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 828 2953
    The store isn't as dull as its name. And in fact, you won't find a hammer or nails anywhere in this store. You will find everything from contemporary drawer pulls and light fixtures to funky little knick-knacks and home decor items. The inventory is very high design and minimalist in style, with lots of stainless steel, sterling silver, textured fabrics. While most of the offerings are priced rather high, someone on a budget could still find just the right touch needed to perk up any room in the house. If you're in San Antonio during late fall, be sure to stop in and check out the Christmas selections. Last year's tin toy tree ornaments were something to see!
  • San Antonio Herb Market

    6205 West Avenue San Antonio, TX 78213 United States - Phone: +1 210 688 9421
    If you have too much thyme on your hands, or wish you had a little more, the annual Herb Market is the place to be. It hosts 30-plus exhibits offering everything from fresh potted herbs to herbal products and gardening tools. Several speakers are slated to cover various related topics, with a favorite subject being how to cook with herbs. The event also offers cooking demonstrations, crafts, and activities to keep the children busy while you browse. The Herb Market is a one-day event that usually takes place on a Saturday in October.
  • Rudy's Country Store and BBQ

    10623 Westover Hills San Antonio, TX 78251 United States - Phone: +1 210 520 5552
    Just a short drive out of the city, you'll find some of the best barbecue in this part of the state. Rudy's is housed in what resembles an old country store and the rows of picnic tables inside and out of the restaurant are filled with diners almost any time of day. After dining, wander through the general store to stock up on snacks. You can even fill up your gas tank outside.
  • Cheever Books

    3613 Broadway Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 2665
    Almost hidden behind a Wendy's fast-food restaurant, this gem of a bookstore is packed with an eclectic array of books, with something to delight everyone. As it specializes in used, rare and hard-to-find editions, the most avid bibliophile could spend hours wandering among the stacks. And that's fine, since lingering is never discouraged—it could take that long just to mentally absorb the inventory!
  • Stein Mart

    999 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 829 7198
    It's hard to imagine that the upper crust of discount designer clothing stores would be nestled in the heart of one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the city. But even the rich like a good deal. This store boasts an impressive inventory of name-brand clothing and merchandise at below-retail prices. Whether you need a last minute party gift, a frilly dress for your daughter or a new pair of shoes, you'll find it here. And if the airline lost your luggage, you can even pick up a new suit for that big client meeting.
  • North Star Mall

    7400 San Pedro Avenue San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 340 6627
    The city's premiere mall, North Star draws shoppers from all over the state and from as far away as Mexico. Anchored by Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Dillard's, the mall is also home to smaller stores such as Talbots and the Disney Store. The mall bustles with activity year round and even offers valet parking during the holiday season.
  • James Avery Craftsman

    255 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 822 0048
    Designed and created in the Texas Hill Country, James Avery's jewelry has a distinctive flair that is instantly recognizable by Texas natives and coveted far and wide by jewelry lovers. Avery is best known for incorporating Christian iconography in his designs, but secular imagery is just as prevalent. Other locations in San Antonio include Ingram Park Mall (+1 210 681 6766), Rolling Oaks Mall (+1 210 651 9180) and Stanley Square (+1 210 342 3412). Avery also does a booming business through his mail order catalog; any of the store locations can add you to the mailing list.
  • One Shot Outdoors

    18720 Stone Oak Parkway San Antonio, TX 78258 United States - Phone: +1 210 402 5344
    A river may not run through it, but this fisherman's paradise has everything a fly caster needs. A full-service fly shop, it offers a huge selection of bait- cast and spinning rods, fly-tying materials and rod components. If you're a picky fly fisherman, the shop's experts can build a custom rod to your specifications. For new fly-fishing fans, or for those who want to bone up on their skills, the staff offers fly-casting and fly-tying instruction.
  • Kid To Kid

    226 West Bitters Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 402 0191
    Kids will be kids. Which means stains from grass, formula, popsicles, sloppy joes, markers and more become the enemy in the battle to keep clothes clean and presentable. Kid To Kid offers a great alternative to retail by offering gently used children's clothing at a fraction of retail costs. Name brands abound amid the inventory, which encompasses babies through pre-teens, both boys and girls. It beats the heck out of paying full price for a pair of pants destined to last only five minutes on the playground.
  • Royalty Coins

    425 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 7431
    Since 1971, Royalty Coins has bought and sold numismatic coins, gold, silver, estate jewelry, diamonds, scrap gold, class rings, silverware and Rolex watches. It carries investment quality coins as well, and is a member of American Numismatic Association, Professional Coin Grading Service, and Numismatic Guarantee Corporation of America. Additionally, the shop offers appraisal and estate liquidation services. This is one of the best places to find that one particular coin you have been searching for. If what you want is not in stock, the staff will attempt to locate it with the help of their extensive dealer network.
  • Whole Earth Provision Co.

    255 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 829 8888
    If you're heading outdoors, put Whole Earth Provision Co. on your shopping list before you go. The inventory leans more toward clothing and accessories, but some equipment is available as well. As it is ensconced in one of the premiere shopping centers in the more well to do sections of the city, the prices can run a bit high. But it's worth it if it makes you look good rappelling down the cliff, right?
  • Adelante Boutique

    6414 North New Braunfels San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 826 6770
    Adelante Boutique blends chic style with a little bit of funk. The clothing and jewelry draw women from all over town. The soft fabrics and easy lines of the clothing are the epitome of comfort, and the unusual jewelry designs add flair to any outfit. Many a home is decorated with "antiqued" crosses, distressed wood candlesticks, picture frames, candles and other items from the store's home accessories collection. The shop's appealing inventory has saved its share of men from gift-giving quandaries.
  • Second Looks

    1804 Nacogdoches San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 826 6121
    This small men's resale clothing store boasts a remarkable inventory of quality brand name fashions. Suits, ties, dress shirts, casual attire, overcoats and accessories fill the racks at prices far below retail. Many a businessman has sauntered into a high-level meeting wearing a discounted Armani suit from this shop with none the wiser. Second Looks is a great resource for men who like to look like a million dollars, but don't want to spend it.
  • Harold's Clothing

    255 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 829 7718
    Popular for years with local socialites, this regional clothing chain offers a wide variety of fashions perfect for either work or play. Although predominantly a women's store, it does offer a somewhat small section of men's and children's clothing. The brand's new larger location has allowed the store to expand its inventory, and has made for easier browsing and shopping for its patrons.
  • Cavender's Boot City

    5075 NW Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 590 2668
    If you aren't a cowboy, at least you can dress like one. Cavender's Boot City carries everything you need—boots, jeans, shirts, belts and hats. To really blend in here in Texas, opt for Wrangler jeans, a Wrangler Brushpopper shirt and some Justin Roper boots. If you pick out a Resistol hat, be sure you wear straw from after Easter up until Labor Day, and felt after Labor Day all the way through to Easter. This location is not far from Far West Rodeo, one of the largest country and western bars in the city. How convenient! San Antonio offers two other locations as well.
  • CD Exchange

    6900 San Pedro San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 826 2662
    CD Exchange is the place to go for anything and everything related to records and CDs. If you're looking to buy used or new CDs or to sell your own CDs, this shop has the help and the knowledge you need. The various locations around town provide ample opportunity for you to peruse and listen to your favorite music as well as listen to local or lesser-known artists, all before shelling out your money.
  • Krazy Kat Music

    3020 North St. Mary's Street San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 737 0523
    Acoustic and electric guitars, bass guitars, violins, amps, keyboards, drums, rack gear, studio gear, cases, new stuff, used stuff and vintage stuff—you name it, and this store has it—or at least they will get it. Krazy Kat Music sells and buys musical equipment and accessories with an emphasis on catering to customers' specific needs. If you are interested in buying a particular product or model, check out the shop's web site for a listing of prices and availability. If you don't see what you want, tell them. The staff keeps a customer wish list for any item the store doesn't have, but should. You can even suggest what the wish list item's price should be. The staff recommends that you call them to check on product availability before driving to their location. It saves time.
  • Garden Ridge Pottery

    6840 Northwest Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78238 United States - Phone: +1 210 521 7737
    Are you just moving to San Antonio? Are you living in San Antonio temporarily? If so, Garden Ridge Pottery and World Imports is the place for you to shop for all of your household and decorating needs. The store caters to people who want variety, affordability and convenience. It is well known for its assortment of pottery, woven baskets and mats, but the huge inventory also includes a variety of kitchenware, dishes, glasses, utensils, party supplies, canvas and print pictures, frames, carpets, mats, furniture, and real and imitation plants. Satisfy the artist in you by selecting from all the supplies and starter kits for various arts and crafts hobbies such as painting, drawing, model car building and wreath making.
  • River City Silver

    5103 McCullough Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 734 2020
    River City Silver has provided quality photographic and digital imaging to the San Antonio area since 1984. The store has a huge number of products and services available—machine proofing, digital retouching, mounting, E-6 and C-41 processing, slide duplication, production and design, transparency and negative output, duratrans, all black and white services, reprints, custom color prints, internegatives, overheads, digital photo prints, drum scans to 8000 dpi, photo CD scans, computer-generated scans, photo business cards and greeting cards, title slides and much more.
  • Rolling Oaks Mall

    6909 North Loop 1604 East San Antonio, TX 78266 United States - Phone: +1 210 651 5513
    Located on the northeast side of town, Rolling Oaks Mall offers all the department stores you need in a relaxing environment. The newest mall in San Antonio, it is home to stores such as Dillard's, Foley's, Sears, Lady Foot Locker, James Avery Craftsmen, Deck the Walls, Eye Masters, Gurinsky's Fine Jewelry, Regis Hair Salon and many more. After an afternoon of shopping, be sure to eat at the Food Court located on the upper level, or perhaps see a movie at the theater near the Food Court. Finally, a word of advice: Since Rolling Oaks Mall is located on the outskirts of town, it is the place to go shopping during the holiday season. Plenty of parking and inside walking space the mall makes holiday shopping a breeze.
  • Good Sports

    5039 Beckwith Blvd San Antonio, TX 78248 United States - Phone: +1 210 694 0881
    Good Sports specializes in all sorts of sporting equipment and accessories. You will find well-known brands and high quality products for hiking and camping, running, water and snow skiing, and cycling, to name just a few activities. Whether you need equipment, gear, clothes, shoes, boots, accessories, helmets or watches, this shop should have it. If it doesn't, the staff will find it for you.
  • Joe Saglimbeni Fine Wines

    638 West Rhapsody San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 349 5149
    You could spend a couple of hours at Joe Saglimbeni Fine Wines and still not see everything. The 5,000 square feet of space are divided into 10 rooms, which are stocked to capacity with more than 4,500 wines and spirits—also including cigars, gift baskets and wine and cigar magazines and accessories. The daily discounts are outdone only by the weekly specials. The friendly staff honors you like they would a guest in their home and they'll gladly and expertly answer all of your questions. Call for a schedule of complimentary wine tastings featuring selections from Texas, California, Washington state, Oregon, Chile, Argentina, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Hungary, New Zealand, Australia, Italy and South Africa. It's all here under one roof!
  • Sheplers

    6201 Northwest Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78238 United States - Phone: +1 210 681 8230
    This chain of stores bills itself as having "The World's Largest Western Wear Catalog" and it backs up this claim with a huge selection of western clothing. Featuring an immense collection of boots and hats, it also offers women's clothing, menswear, a large children's section, and larger-size clothing for both men and women. The store carries full lines of blue jeans and casual shirts, as well as dressier clothing to wear at the office or on a night out. Brands include Wrangler, Justin, Stetson, Carhartt, Rockies and Resistol. You will also find souvenirs and western accessories ranging from jewelry and rattlesnake skins to postcards and bolo ties. The store will ship internationally from its online catalog.
  • Unlimited Thought Bookstore

    5525 Blanco Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 525 0693
    This bookstore calls itself the "how to improve your life bookstore" and it offers plenty of items to help you do just that. Located on Blanco Road just north of downtown, the store is an oasis of New Age harmony situated along a busy street. The store is filled with books on spirituality, UFOs, metaphysics, alternative health and healing. It stocks New Age accessories such as wind chimes, incense, crystals, tarot cards, scented massage oils and a large selection of cassette tapes on spiritual subjects. Classes, readings, counseling and seminars are also offered.
  • Sun Harvest Farms INC

    2502 Nacogdoches Road San Antonio, TX 78217 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 7800
    San Antonio's source for natural foods and herbal and holistic remedies for more than 20 years, the Nacogdoches store was the first one in the small chain to open. The store shows evidence of its age, but the produce and meats are fresh, and the displays are kept clean and filled with items. Expect to encounter at least a half-dozen stockers filling the shelves whenever you visit. The store is a neighborhood favorite and offers frequent discounts and sales on seasonal fruits and vegetables. The quality of the produce is superior to that of most grocery stores, as are the organic meats as well as the fresh breads and pastries from the bakery. Sin Harvest stocks a wide variety of dry goods in its bulk section; the bins are continually refilled, and the prices are reasonable. There are organic, soy and additive-free cereals, chips and drinks, as well. The store also carries a large selection of vitamins, herbs and alternative health medicines, and the staff is knowledgeable and willing to help the customer make an informed purchase. Aromatherapy and homeopathy oils and herbal products are available, too.
  • Viva! Bookstore

    8407 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 800 826 1143
    At first glance, this bookshop looks more like a private home than a store. You almost feel like an intruder walking onto the peaceful, plant-covered deck. Once you're inside, however, there is no doubt that this is a high-quality book dealer. Every title seems to have been chosen with utmost care and the staff is friendly and very knowledgeable about the stock. The two-story building is clean and airy and it is filled with religious gifts and handcrafted crosses. The selection of children's books is of an especially high quality and there is also a small selection of stuffed toys, craft projects and videos. Adult books cover all aspects of faith and spirituality.
  • Half-Price Books Records Magazines (Alamo Heights)

    3207 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 822 4597
    This groovy little bookstore in Alamo Heights buys and sells books, magazines, CDs, LPs, tapes, videos and software. Everything is sold for at least half off the list price and the sale items practically define the word "bargain." The store has three other locations, but this one has a particularly nice selection of magazines. Not to be outdone by Borders or Barnes and Noble, Half-Price Books offers seating (the floor), background music (the latest CD they purchased) and free coffee. They also work with anti-illiteracy groups, sponsor a children's summer reading program and offer a home decorating program called "Books by the Yard."
  • Half-Price Books Records Magazines (Medical Center)

    11255 Huebner Road San Antonio, TX 78230 United States - Phone: +1 210 558 3247
    Simply described, Half-Price Books sells hardbacks, paperbacks, glossy magazines, vinyl LPs, circular CDs, tapes, videos and even software. It also pays cash for these same items. The inventory hasn't yet made it into a computer database, so you'll have to "hunt and pick," but then again, that's half the fun. The store's unhurried atmosphere makes it a great place to while away a Sunday afternoon or even a lunch hour. But as you meander through the aisles, keep an eye out for the store's mascot a very white, very fat and very contented cat named Sebastian.
  • HogWild Records

    1824 North Main Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 733 5354
    Just across Main Street from San Antonio College, this independent music store offers everything a music lover with eclectic taste could want. A San Antonio tradition for 20 years, it attracts a young crowd of customers from the college in addition to being the ultimate shopping destination for teenage hard rock and metal fans. If you can't find the CD or record that you desire, don't worry, because the store can do special orders and searches for hard-to-find artists and albums.
  • The Twig Book Shop

    306 Pearl Parkway, Suite 106 San Antonio, TX 78215 United States - Phone: +1 210 826 6411
    This bookstore offers high-quality books for the discerning reader. As an independent bookseller, it specializes in books from local authors and carries an awesome inventory of Texana books and regional literature. Frequent book signings and dedicated customer service make this book store one of the most pleasant destinations for the book-lover. Special orders are available and expert advice from the staff will help you choose the perfect book.
  • The Red Balloon

    5009 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 826 5087
    Located next door to the Twig Book Shop and owned by the same people, this children's book store offers a superb selection of the finest books for kids. Newberry award winners are only the beginning, as every book is selected for excellence and quality. The Reading Grannies offer story times throughout the week and author signings are a frequent occurrence. The store also offers a special selection of autographed books from many of children's favorite authors. Books from regional authors are available as well, many of them Texas Bluebonnet Award winners.
  • RBC Music

    4415 Centerview Drive San Antonio, TX 78228 United States - Phone: +1 210 736 6902
    If you are looking for sheet music, there is no better place to look than at RBC. Whether for band instruments, guitar, piano or vocals, RBC carries the sheet music that you'll need. The store is hidden inside the Koger center off Loop 410, but once you find it, it proves to have an enormous selection of music books, karaoke tapes and musical gifts. From classical music to the very latest pop hits, the inventory of songs is amazing. How-to-play books are available for every instrument, and fake books are also offered to help you gain emergency musical knowledge. If you're not sure what sheet music you need, ask the staff. They'll do their best to help you find the right artist and songs.
  • The Book Cellar

    600 Soledad Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 2500
    The books in the Book Cellar may be well-worn library books, but there is no better place to find a large, inexpensive selection of reference and fiction books. How inexpensive? Most hardbound books are a dollar. Paperbacks range from a quarter to fifty cents. Even the premium books are reasonably priced. The store also stocks magazines, comics, videos and records, all at very low prices. All profits benefit the Friends of the San Antonio Library Foundation and are used to provide books and services to the public.
  • Alamo Records & Sheet Music

    125 Broadway Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 212 4200
    This downtown shop, just around the corner from the real Alamo, specializes in hard-to-find 78rpm, 45rpm and 33rpm records, making it a must-see for the serious music collector. From the Beatles to Elvis, it caters to those with a yearning for the past and an appreciation of good tunes. It also stocks a good selection of vinyl LP records in classical, jazz, rock and blues. There are compact discs for modern technophiles, too. A choice selection of sheet music is available. Drop by and talk to the owner he buys and trades used records as well.
  • The History Shop

    713 East Houston Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 229 9855
    Just across the street from the Alamo, this rustic shop holds some of the treasures and memories of yore. Antique maps and books are only the beginning, as it also stocks a good deal of modern history books dealing with the Civil War and Texas history. Browse through the titles and be sure to ask the owner about the merchandise the stories behind the treasures are often as interesting as the items themselves. The owner also offers book and document restoration and does genealogical research for those interested in their Texan roots.
  • My Doll House

    6000 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 930 5363
    This shop has miniatures and doll houses that are so exquisite you won't believe your eyes. The detail and work that are put into its products is simply stunning and the selection of doll houses is fantastic. From the gingerbread-decked Victorian doll houses to the rustic Texan-style models, this shop has it all. It is the only full-service miniature shop in San Antonio, offering custom work and classes to its patrons. It also sells dolls, furniture and everything needed to stock the ultimate doll house.
  • Dragon's Lair Comics & Fantasy

    7959 Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 615 1229
    For comic books new and old, there is no finer place to look than this Medical Center shop. Stocked with a wide variety of classic comics and the latest offerings, it also carries a large selection of role-playing games, toys, models, cards, novels and videos. Japanese anime is a hot item, as are the latest collectibles related to the most popular movies and games. Drop by and use the game rooms for a match of your favorite board game or browse through the comics to find the Superman that will complete your collection.
  • Crossroads Mall

    4522 Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, TX 78201 United States - Phone: +1 210 735 9137
    Crossroads Mall is known for two things: the theater, which brings San Antonio the kind of art-house films ignored by the monstrous 24-screen cineplexes popping up around the city and the Burlington Coat Factory. Bargain hunters will enjoy the mall for this store alone, but they will find more discount shopping at Super Target as well as the relatively "upscale" Steinmart, which carries brand names found at Dillard's and Macy's. Crossroads has a nice food court and a beautiful fountain that features jazz music during the summer weekends.
  • Ingram Park Mall

    6301 Northwest Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78238 United States - Phone: +1 210 684 9570
    Anchored on three ends by Foley's, Dillard's and Sears, Ingram Park Mall is a traditional mall that houses traditional stores as well as some Texas favorites such as James Avery. The food court offers a little something for everyone, and there are specialty food and candy stores surrounding it. From Monday through Friday, the mall opens its doors at 7:15a and allows walkers to use the mall as a "track". Don't try to do this after the stores open at 10a, though, because this mall is always busy.
  • The Lion & Eagle

    3511 Broadway Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 826 3483
    In operation since 1971, this store offers quality antiques from the New York City market. The pieces are displayed in a refurbished 1929 apartment complex, which creates the perfect showcase. You can find French, Italian, Spanish and French Parisian pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries, along with accessories to compliment each item. This store also offers a large selection of lampshades such as sheepskin varieties by Foss and fabric Mica ones by Rose Art.
  • Gary S Jewelers

    6722 San Pedro Avenue San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 829 8650
    Exquisite original designs are what you will find when you visit this store. Gary, who designs all the pieces, has more than 30 years of experience in the business and his exceptional quality works are sold by many stores in the Southwest. He uses the highest quality materials in his works and will consult with you in order to design exactly the piece you want. The result should be an item to cherish for many years to come.
  • Nelda's Vintage Clothing

    1621 North Main San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 271 7111
    What better way to look exceptionally great and save money than picking out some recycled clothes? This store has been in operation for more than 16 years and is still going strong in the resale business. You can find name brands here in a large selection of sizes. Styles include casual, business casual, business dress and evening wear and the store also carries just the right accessories to complete the outfit.
  • J Adelman

    202 Alamo Plaza San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 5914
    If you need an extra-special gift for yourself or someone you love, you are sure to find it in this exquisite store. Stroll through the selection of fine antiques, beautiful estate jewelry, hard-to-find collectible items and fine art pieces and you'll feel as though you have entered another world. You'll find collectible pieces by Meissen, Continental, Dreseden and Halcyon circa the 18th century, just to mention a few. Not only that, the estate jewelry collection will take your breath away. Stop by this store or visit the downtown store located in the famous Menger Hotel for a pleasant shopping experience.
  • Lone Star Coins & Collectibles

    15909 US 281 North San Antonio, TX 78232 United States - Phone: +1 210 735 7131
    Serving South Texas for 40 straight years, this Northside shop has a great selection of rare coins and jewelry. One of the current owners is president of the Texas Numismatic Association, and it is that level of expertise and experience that allows the store to buy and sell the many wonderful and valuable objects that it does. It sells bullion, coins, scrap gold, and jewelry and coins obtained from estate sales—it will also provide in-store appraisals of your valuables, and it offers an estate liquidation service as well. The shop's owners are dedicated coin lovers, and they welcome everyone to join them in their hobby.
  • Dixie Flag Manufacturing Company

    1930 North Pan Am Expressway San Antonio, TX 78208 United States - Phone: +1 800 356 4085
    It's hard to miss this San Antonio landmark, as the 30-by-60-foot American flag that gracing the front of the building is an eye-catching sight. This family-owned shop has been making flags for businesses and individuals since 1958, offering everything from banners for theme parks to the flag that flies in front of the Alamo. The store has a huge selection of flags in stock, and custom orders are available in any size and in several fabric styles. Don't miss the historical flag collection. Flags from throughout Texas' and America's history are available at reasonable prices, and you will also find replica flags for sale should you be on a tighter budget. The store carries world flags and banners for schools and religious use as well.
  • Back Alley Antiques

    555 West Bitters Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 494 5902
    This cozy little shop almost feels like home when you enter. The polished hardwood floors and throw rugs help set a perfect background for the beautiful antiques on display. Americana is the theme for most pieces. You can choose wardrobes, roll-top desks, tables, chairs, cabinets and even pianos. Accessory items include glassware, the popular Fiestaware, china, crystal, quilts and light fixtures. This store can provide a pleasurable shopping experience for antique lovers.
  • Cabeza de Piedra Art Studios

    707 Grand Jean San Antonio, TX 78204 United States - Phone: +1 210 533 2234
    The colors of this former warehouse state the diversity of cultures found in our fine city. With a definite taste of Texmex (Texas-Mexico) expression, you'll discover wonderful artwork by several local artists such as Armando Sanchez, with his colorful style and Luis Lopez, who uses symbolism to convey his artistic ideas. This enticing studio has lots to offer art-lovers. Not only the beautiful ready-for-framing paintings but also the wood and metal art pieces and mural samples. You will enjoy Cabeza de Piedra.
  • Wilds & Wovens

    555 West Bitters Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 490 7881
    This small but cleverly arranged shop offers products made of native plants and materials designed to compliment most any decor. It features beautiful, unusual wreaths and artwork from the Texas landscape as well as small art pieces including Native American tree ornaments, beaded Santas and various pottery items. You will also find silver and turquoise jewelry, Texas-themed storybooks, cookbooks and textiles.
  • Von's Paper Garden

    555 West Bitters Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 494 9602
    This little shop is such an inspiration. Even if you don't buy any of the handmade greeting cards, you will surely want to create your very own. The selection of plain and fancy papers is mind boggling, and the assortment of rubber stamps is extensive as well. Apart from the paper products, you can also choose wonderful smelling candles by Yankee and potpourri by Joy Jowell. There are even some Texas scents such as San Antonio Spice and Texas Piney Woods. This is the perfect place to find a truly unusual card or gift.
  • Plain Jane's Folk Art

    7319 Caribou Street San Antonio, TX 78238 United States - Phone: +1 210 520 6223
    This cozy little shop is full of lovingly made primitive and folk art items. The shop owners have created the majority of the inventory, which ranges from dolls to quilts. Dolls range from Santas to Angels and each one is tea-dyed and tattered to give it the illusion of being an authentic antique. There are also beautiful wall hangings, wearable art items and samplers fit for home use. If you don't find exactly what you have in mind, you can simply purchase the materials and pattern and make your own. There are even classes offered here. There is nothing plain about this shop!
  • Artistic Endeavors

    418 Villita San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 2497
    This shop reflects the many talents of local and regional artists, and its selection of bright and colorful creations depicts the area's heritage. As you browse this stunning store, you will find fine art pieces in an array of styles and color themes in addition to posters of the area and black-and-white photography prints by Rick Hunter. The store also offers custom framing, letting you put the finishing touches to your selection. You should enjoy this shopping experience.
  • Chamade Jewelers

    504 Villita Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 7753
    If you are fond of unusual gold and silver artworks, you shall enjoy being here. In business since 1972, this jewelry store has been creating custom rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings and pendants for both local and out-of-town customers. The fine pieces here are made of the purest gold, imported from France and Italy, along with platinum and both precious and semi-precious stones. The store also houses a large selection of Native American items from the Hopi, Navajo and Zuni reservations.
  • Village Gallery

    502 Villita Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 0404
    Village Gallery's striking displays of handmade pottery should certainly catch your eye. This store, full of stoneware and pottery, has been in operation for more than 25 years and enjoys a good reputation among art collectors. Its owners even produce an exclusive pottery line. Custom designs, special orders and complete dinnerware sets are available. An item from this shop would make a memorable gift.
  • Village Weavers

    418 Villita Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 0776
    This very interesting store has been in business for more than 20 years and offers many unusual and beautiful items. Unique, hand-woven wearable art is available in the form of jackets, coats, ruanas and cocoons, and vests, all for both men and women. The selection of hand-woven home accessories includes rugs, wall hangings, blankets, throws and wonderful baskets. Imported Chulucana pottery from Peru gives shoppers even more interesting accessorizing options. There's something for every budget in this store.
  • Angelita

    418 Villita Building San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 8362
    This little house of fashion is located in one of San Antonio's historic residential buildings. Cool fabrics are the focus among the lovely fashions you will see on display. Flax, linens and batik cotton fashions have become the store's trademark. It also carries a large selection of Brighton belts, silver jewelry depicting the Southwest, and an array of jewelry accessories. You should enjoy a stroll through this store.
  • Villita Stained Glass

    418 Villita San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 223 4480
    Have you ever seen how stained glass is created? Well, you can do so at this store, where the craftsmen ply their trade directly in house. As you watch, you can see beautiful, brightly colored designs being crafted in the form of sun catchers, mirrored boxes, candle holders, kaleidoscopes and a variety of other items. This is the perfect store to visit if you want to pick out an unusual gift or simply watch artisans at work.
  • Casa Manos Alegres

    418 Villita Building San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 5107
    The "House of Happy Hands" has lots of Mexican gifts and goodies that you can choose from without having to drive the four or five hours to actually get to Mexico. This little shop is filled with many colorful items of Mexican artwork. The papier-mâché birds and animals are a very popular item, perfect to accent any home or office. You may also find Oaxacan woodcarvings, brightly colored windsocks, jewelry, wall hangings and pottery pieces. This is a fun store to visit.
  • Bonsai Arbor

    418 Villita Building San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 5770
    Inside the shaded courtyard of La Villita, you might find the owner of this shop busy creating another Bonsai masterpiece. Having been at this location for more than 14 years, the store has gathered quite a large selection from which to choose. The assortment includes Ming, pine, bald cypress, rosemary, juniper, Chinese elm and jade trees, just to mention a few varieties. The store also carries a good selection of tools, containers, display stands and books on how to care for the beautiful Bonsai. This is a great shop for little trees that are bound to please.
  • Kelly AFB Golf Course

    1800 Dimsted Place San Antonio, TX 78236 United States - Phone: +1 210 977 5100
    This golf course, positioned over the hills of San Antonio, was built by the military as a nine-hole course. It is now an 18-hole private course. With difficult finishing holes and many water barriers, this golf course offers a challenging game for not just amateurs, but also the pros. Test your game skills and enjoy great views of the city that this venue additionally offers.
  • Lone Star Mercantile

    418 Villita Building San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 223 4199
    If you're wondering what to gift your loved one on a special occasion, head to the Historic Arts Village. You'll find a little shop - Lone Star Mercantile – offering various art-related items for women, all made locally. No fusses about brand names, just local art. Choose from T-shirts, jewelry, gourmet foods and other gift articles. It's very likely you'll find the right cook-book for your mom, or that perfect little pair of earrings for your sister!
  • Originals

    418 Villita San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 7625
    This unique shop offers you the chance to acquire rare products of nature - the various crystals, minerals, and jewelry available are truly amazing. Step in to find something beautiful to adorn your drawing room or to buy a piece of hand-made jewelry for that special someone. Even inanimate objects like rocks are on display - who knows, you may just find the ideal one for your rock collection.
  • River Art Group

    418 Villita Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 8752
    This fine art co-operative pays its tribute to local art by hosting shows and allowing artists to display their work at the gallery nestled in Florian House. Around 360 artists work to create artistic wonders. Browse through the fine art on display like the acrylic works, oil works, water color paintings, and more. Have a look at the photographs on display. Three-dimensional art works, including batik, wood, jewelry, egg carving and hand-blown glass are also exhibited. The River Art Show that takes place in October features a competition between members. The gallery also hosts an art show during San Antonio's Fiesta.
  • Mustang Grey's

    418 Villita Building San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 1894
    Head to Mustang Grey's to try a different look altogether. The variety of Texan clothing and accessories available might just tempt you into trying the cowboy look. Choose from the various leather accessories on display, such as belts, jackets, hats, and other accessories. Grab the cool leather jacket you always wanted. Go ahead and surprise friends—don a new look.
  • Scentchips USA

    503 East Nueva San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 341 7373
    This place is a fragrant paradise. Pick up some Scentchips from this store at La Villita. These aromatic delights are manufactured using premium products, hand-picked from the markets. There are different ways in which you can enjoy the fragrance–use them in candles, simmering pots, potpourri, or the patented wick-cone, which you'll only find in a Scentchips USA outlet. Choose from the various fragrances on offer–singles or blends. They are all hand made and also make great presents.
  • Bazar Sábado

    200 West Jones Avenue San Antonio, TX 78215 United States - Phone: +1 210 978 8100
    An array of the most traditional and finest Mexican folk art welcomes you into this special Saturday market held every year during winter. Its proximity to the holiday season sees droves of people heading here to buy unique art creations for their near and dear ones. It's held in the parking lot of the well-known San Antonio Museum of Art, which hosts various other art related events and exhibitions throughout the year. So if you want to give your drawing room a Mexican touch, something from this bazar will be a good buy!
  • Tiffany & Co.

    15900 La Cantera Parkway San Antonio, TX 78256 United States - Phone: +1 210 877 9933
    Tiffany & Co. features some of the finest jewelry in the world. You will also find breathtaking crystal, flatware, chinaware, silverware, and timepieces for sale here. Shop for engagement rings and anniversary presents, or something special for a newborn baby. Anything wrapped in Tiffany's signature blue box is sure to be considered an heirloom that the recipient will treasure for generations.
  • it's aGLOW

    201 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 444 2456
    If you've been hunting for a souvenir to take home after a visit to San Antonio or something to enhance the look of your newly done home, this is the place to check out. The shop has articles carved out of Honeycomb Calcite, found exclusively in Utah. The stone has natural patterns which are beautiful and can be polished well to adorn a center table or the mantelpiece. The thickness determines the color of the stone, sunshine yellow or deep golden amber. Since the pieces are hand crafted, there is only one of its kind that you find for yourself.
  • Apple Store

    15900 La Cantera Parkway San Antonio, TX 78256 United States - Phone: +1 210 558 0745
    Apple Store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • San Marcos Prime Outlets

    3939 I-35 South San Marcos, TX 78666 United States - Phone: +1 512 396 2200
    Located 40 miles north of San Antonio and 40 miles south of Austin, the Prime Outlets at San Marcos offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 130 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include Armani, Benetton, Calphalon, Converse, Crate & Barrel, Escada, Furla, La Perla, Gucci, Harry & David, Hugo Boss, Juicy Couture, Kipling, Lacoste, Movado, Neiman Marcus, Salvatore Ferragamo, Sony, Williams-Sonoma and many more.  Hours during sales may vary, please visit website for more information.
  • The Shops at La Cantera

    15900 La Cantera Parkway San Antonio, TX 78256 United States - Phone: +1 210 582 6255
    La Cantera is located amidst lush greenery and tranquility. The open-air location of La Cantera, while providing the same variety, has a feel different from that of a mall. Find departmental stores, women's and men's apparel and accessories, and restaurants in this shopping paradise. Victoria's Secret, Macy's, and Dillard's are few of the stores here. Dining options include Grimaldi's Pizzeria, Yard House, and The Cheesecake Factory. 
  • Tourneau

    15900 La Cantera Parkway San Antonio, TX 78256 United States - Phone: +1 210 694 5654
    Step into Tourneau located at La Cantera to get the latest designer watches. No less than seventy famous brands are lined up to get your approval. Tourneau specializes in helping one find not just a watch that helps tell time but all reveal a part of your personality. Along with watches, watch-gears like straps and batteries are also up for grabs. Servicing of watches is also taken care of at the store. Generous discounts and guarantees are on offer.
  • FYE

    6301 Northwest Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78238 United States - Phone: +1 210 681 4950
    From recent releases to timeless classics, For Your Entertainment stacks them all. Located at the Ingram Park Mall, the store is situated in between Macy's and Sears. The three most prominent sources of leisure i.e books, movies and music CD's form the majority of what's on offer. If not willing to spend a share on originals, you could scan the used titles on display and you might just find the one you're looking for. The store also ships its goods anywhere around the US.
  • Louis Vuitton

    5900 La Cantera Parkway San Antonio, TX 78256 United States - Phone: +1 210 694 3522
    Louis Vuitton is inarguably the best place to shop for leather goods and accessories in San Antonio. The store offers uber-chic and classy handbags, leather purses, clutches and a wide variety of leather accessories. The tastefully decorated interiors of the store with dim lighting and mirrored walls give the entire place a great ambiance. A wide assortment of leather goods adorn the walls of the store and the helpful staff will make sure you find yourself the perfect bag.
  • Abercrombie Kids

    15900 LaCantera Parkway San Antonio, TX 78256 United States - Phone: +1 210 877 6281
    Abercrombie Kids offers a collection of fashionable teen clothing and gears that are stylish yet high on quality, comfort and durability. They have huge lines of apparel for girls and boys alike. Girls can choose from the latest tops, dresses, pants, denim, accessories, totes, shoes and more, while boys can pick-up casual tees, jeans, jackets, hoodies, shorts, caps, colognes, etc. They use a rich palette of bright colors and fashionable designs, suitable for all ages. Abercrombie Kids retail store takes kids fashion beyond pinks and blues.
  • M.A.C Cosmetics

    7400 San Pedro San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 344 3450
    Make-up is the way to transform your look from an ordinary Mary-Jane to a sexy siren in a matter of minutes! M.A.C offers a range of skincare and haircare products, cosmetics, brushes, tools, fragrances, etc. that will suit your needs. Whether you are a teenager or a 50-something, they have the perfect colors and shades that work best for you. M.A.C is a popular name worldwide and their collection always reflects the latest trends in make-up. All their products are developed to be incredibly gentle on the skin and prevent any kind of damage.
  • Javelina Harley Davidson

    29078 Interstate 10 West Boerne, TX 78006 United States - Phone: +1 800 860 9696(Toll Free) /+1 830 755 5202
    Javelina Harley Davidson is where you go when you know you're a motor-head and you want to be associated with the best. Here at this Harley shop you can learn, buy, ride, make, add and see everything Harley. The shop trains those who are new to their world, sells parts to those who need a change and also have on display the newest Harley in the market. Everything you need to keep you on the road on your Harley, you can find here. Do check their website or contact them for details.
  • Evolve Boutique

    22806 US Highway 281 North, Suite 105 San Antonio, TX 78258 United States - Phone: +1 210 549 5001
    Stay on top of the latest trends at Evolve Boutique. At this cute store, you can find the perfect look for a sunny spring or summer day. The racks are full of colorful tops, beautiful skirts, and unforgettable dresses that you'll want to take home before you even try them on. The boutique occasionally hosts fundraisers for non-profits. Don't forget to pair the perfect necklace or bracelet with your new outfit - they have a great selection of accessories. 
  • Dirt Cheap Distro

    600 East Amber Street San Antonio, TX 78221 United States - Phone: +1 210 555 0123
    If you're looking for unique fashion that's on the edge, head over to Dirt Cheap Distro. They've been clothing San Antonio in pin-up dresses and punk rock t-shirts for over a decade. Over the years, their merchandise has expanded to include items like decorative votive candles, Hello Kitty tote bags, unicorn-themed baby socks, and vintage handbags. Stand out and look great with a new set of duds from Dirt Cheap Distro. 
  • Bless Your Heart

    18771 Farm to Market 2252 San Antonio, TX 78266 United States - Phone: +1 210 651 1000
    Find a great selection of colorful clothing and accessories at Bless Your Heart. The clothes at this boutique can be on the pricey side, but they also have good deals on sale. If you're looking for the perfect flowery top to complete your summer look, you're likely to find more than a few good candidates here. As you'd expect from a fashionable Texas boutique, they also have cute cowboy boots for sale. 
  • Nine Lives Books

    4907 Northwest Interstate Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 647 5656
    Shop for secondhand books at reasonable prices at Nine Lives Books. Feel free to browse the shelves and take a seat on one of several cozy chairs to go over your selections before you walk up to the register. If you have gently used books, bring them in to sell and use the money towards an exciting new literary adventure. Their collection spans the most popular genres, so you're likely to find something you can't live without. 
  • Texas Trash Clothing Exchange

    1710 McCullough Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 259 6028
    Recycle your style at Texas Trash Clothing Exchange. Whether you want to sell some of your wardrobe to make room for new pieces, or find some sweet designer deals to call your own, this secondhand shop has what you need. Find brands like Juicy Couture, Calvin Klein, Banana Republic, and other hidden gems hanging on the racks. They also have accessories and artwork for sale, making for a unique shopping experience. The inventory changes often, so stop by frequently to find some amazing threads. 
  • Ooples

    7460 Callaghan Road San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 370 3203
    Anime fans have a place to shop at Ooples in San Antonio. This store has movies, books, clothing, accessories and more, along with an expert staff who can help you find something you'll love. Whether you're a fan of Pokemon, Naruto, Yu-Gi-Oh, and other popular franchises, or more obscure anime, you'll be pleased with the selection offered here. 
  • Finck's Cigar Factory Outlet

    6100 West Avenue San Antonio, TX 78213 United States - Phone: +1 210 307 4684
    This history of Finck's Cigar Factory Outlet dates back to the 1880s when Reinhold Finck started the Finck cigar factory. Now, at the store, you can choose from an incredible selection of cigars. The knowledgeable staff will be able to guide you in finding the right cigar or pipe. They carry a selection made in their own factory, and others from around the world. 
  • Mustang Xchange

    443 West Hildebrand Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 9494
    If you're looking to add some funky new pieces to your wardrobe, head to Mustang Xchange, for secondhand shopping. This shop recycles dresses, shirts, pants, handbags, shoes, and more, giving you great deals on hard-to-find vintage pieces. Carrying everything from platforms to pin-up dresses, you're bound to find a piece at Mustang Xchange that adds some spice to your style. 
  • Toy Werks

    923 North Loop 1604 East San Antonio, TX 78232 United States - Phone: +1 210 490 7171
    Toy Werks offers one of the best selections of toys in San Antonio. You'll be able to find great gifts for kids, from board games to stuffed animals, and everything in between. There are even designated play areas so kids can test out toys before you buy them. Who knows, you might end up playing with some toys yourself! This store is full of fun, so come prepared to spend a little time exploring. 
  • Bass Pro Shop

    17907 IH-10 West San Antonio, TX 78257 United States - Phone: +1 210 253 8800
    To get geared up for all your outdoor adventures, head to Bass Pro Shop. This huge store has everything you need to fish, hike, and hunt: apparel for men and women, fishing poles, ATVs, and more. Get some practice in and head to the archery range to hit some targets. If you work up an appetite wandering through the displays of taxidermy animals and wilderness, the onsite restaurant serves tasty food that will satisfy your hunger. 
  • Bakery Lorraine

    511 East Grayson Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 862 5582
    Located on Grayson Street in the Westford, Bakery Lorraine is known for its wonderful confections and pastries. Choose from a range of flavored muffins, macaroons, croissants, scones and many more, everything here is absolutely delish! For some awesome handmade baked goodies, head here.
  • Fiesta On Main

    2025 North Main Avenue San Antonio, TX United States - Phone: +1 210 591 8144
    Fiesta On Main is truly like a party. Once you walk inside the Victorian house you'll be bombarded with Mexican items for sell. You'll find arts and crafts, jewelry, home decor, an so much more. Browse through their collection of clothing and accessories, and you might just find the perfect outfit to wear to your next fiesta.
  • Kay Jewelers

    255 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 832 8701
    Kay Jewelers offers their customers a range of elegantly designed pieces that have been crafted from a variety of materials, including gold, silver, and stainless steel, embellished with diamonds and coloured gemstones of exceptional quality. There are few gifts that capture memories and cherished moments as aptly as jewelry often does. Whether it be your daughter's 16th birthday, your wedding or graduation, Kay offers a selection of customizable jewelry to perfectly capture those treasured memories. While Kay is known for their finely crafted and exquisite jewelry, they are best known for a collection titled "Charmed Memories" which consists of a selection of beautiful charms created using precious metals and gemstones. With such a vast and adaptable collection, you are sure to find something that perfectly fits your taste at Kay Jewelers.
  • Dick's Last Resort

    406 Navarro Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 224 0026
    This is by far one of the happening restaurants on the River Walk, so diners can expect loud music, great food, cold beer and steely attitudes from the staff. Do not take your in-laws or your children; unless, of course, they can swig a long neck and crack crab legs with the best of 'em. The food here is good and has a definite Cajun flavor. All entrees either arrive in a bucket (craw fish and crab legs) or on top of butcher paper (hamburgers, ribs, chicken). It's messy, but fun. The crowd tends to get a little crazier the later it gets, as the restaurant gradually morphs into a full-fledged bar with live music every night.
  • The Laboratory Brewing Company

    7310 Jones-Maltsberger Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 1997
    Known as "The Lab" by locals, this hot spot was the first true brewpub in the city. It serves up great burgers and such for dinner, but it's the after-hours atmosphere that draws the crowds. Four proprietary beer varieties are brewed on site to complement the fully stocked bar. Locals and visitors revel in hanging out on the breezy patio and enjoying the live music. Get there early if you want a table and any semblance of service, because it gets packed later in the evening.
  • Swig Martini Bar

    111 West Crockett Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 476 0005
    Ultra-chic without trying too hard, Swig is San Antonio's ultimate martini and cigar bar. The full-service bar features more varieties of potent martinis than you can count. Along with delicious hors d'oeuvres, Swig offers the cigar afficionado perhaps the most complete humidor on the River Walk. Live jazz adds sizzle to the ambiance each night as this is easily one of the best spots to either start your evening or wind it down.
  • Polly Esther's Danceplex

    212 College Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 220 1972
    Totally retro, totally kitsch and totally fun. This dance club occupies three floors of a former office building overlooking the River Walk. The first floor features '90s and current music and is decked up with plenty of mirrors, silver tones and neon colors. Polly Esther's Disco holds court on the second floor and features music from the disco era. The '70s experience is complete with a "Saturday Night Fever"-style lighted disco floor, a Partridge Family bar and a Lava Lamp Lounge. Topping it all off is Polly Esther's Culture Club on the third floor. Take a nostalgia trip back into the '80s, complete with black light bars and a laser-lit "Purple Rain" dance floor. Drink specials, contests and cover charges vary.
  • Howl at the Moon

    111 West Crockett Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 212 4770
    Combine two full-service bars with two talented dueling pianists and you have a recipe for wild, raucous fun. Howl at the Moon is a high-energy sing-along bar that gets louder and more fun as the night goes on. Musicians take requests, so you can hear your favorite tunes sung by a huge crowd of people. Enjoy jello shots and cocktails - which are sometimes served in huge buckets - in a lively atmosphere. Right on the River Walk, it's conveniently located. 
  • Boardwalk Bistro

    4011 Broadway Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 0100
    This little restaurant is tucked away so well, you almost don't notice it. The multicultural cuisine makes decisions a challenge. Pasta, tapas, seafood, Mediterranean specialties and vegetarian dishes are popular on the menu list at Boardwalk Bistro. If you indulge, the award-winning wine list is extensive and offers several choices for even the most discriminating palate. Live entertainment, usually jazz music, is featured each Friday night. A more limited, less expensive menu is available for lunch.
  • Rebar

    8134 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 320 4091
    A friendly atmosphere with a unique design. Twisted metal and a lounge like feel make this place a favorite of the Alamo Heights crowd. The Rebar bar is almost always packed and has a great outdoor patio where one can sit back with a cold beer and enjoy the crowd.Whether you are inside or out you will not be disappointed.
  • Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine

    5800 Broadway, North of Austin Highway San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 822 6151
    Taking its menu a step beyond the expected fare, Paloma Blanca features enticing chicken and beef dishes, delicious soups and more in addition to the usual enchiladas, tostadas and quesadillas. A full bar offers a killer margarita, so beware! With a relaxful ambiance and enlivening music, Paloma Blanca draws lots of locals and plenty of kids. This is an all-around excellent choice for Mexican cuisine.
  • Durty Nelly's Irish Pub

    200 South Alamo Street San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 1400
    Durty Nelly's, located on the River Walk on the river level of the Hilton hotel, is a rollicking good time. Pull up a chair, order a beer (or two) and sing along to the live music. The pianist takes requests and can play just about anything. Probably the most fun thing to do is munch on the peanuts and toss the shells on the floor. Yes, it is allowed!
  • Martinis

    8507 McCullough San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 344 4747
    Virtually hidden in an unassuming strip center behind one of the city's largest shopping malls, this bar is a favorite of young and old alike. Dripping in red velvet, naugahyde-covered chairs and subdued lighting, the small space is filled to capacity by locals who come to see the bar's owner perform on stage. The owner is probably one of the best cover singers around, possessing the uncanny ability to sound exactly like Neil Diamond, Willie Nelson or anyone else, for that matter. This is the epitome of a lounge act, and the Mylar "rain" curtain behind the stage is icing on the cake.
  • TKO's Sports Bar

    123 East Travis Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 8119
    If you know that "TKO" means "technical knockout," then you're in the right place. Every boxing event, along with other major sports events, is televised on a 60-inch TV screen, as well as on others TVs strategically located throughout the bar.
  • Ibiza Patio Restaurant and Bar

    200 South Alamo San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 1400
    Just around a bend on the River Walk and located inside the hotel Hilton Palacio del Rio, Ibiza Patio Restaurant and Bar is a cool place for outdoor dining. Innovative Mediterranean and South Texan cuisine are delectable to taste. Enjoy the music by live bands on Saturday nights. Sip on some luscious wine and enjoy this memorable dining experience.
  • Old San Francisco Steakhouse

    10223 Sahara Street San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 342 2321
    For over 30 years, the Old San Francisco Steak House has been a San Antonio tradition, serving some of the finest steak dinners in town. Although the restaurant is well known for its steaks, it has enhanced its menu to include fresh seafood and chicken dishes. One of the unique features of this restaurant is the girl in the red velvet swing. She entertains guests as she swings above them as they enjoy their meals. The peppered steak and 12-ounce rib eye are two of the favorites of local patrons, or try the spicy Jamaican chicken.
  • Old World German Restaurant and Delicatessen

    1546 Babcock Road San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 366 9523
    Looking for some Old World German cooking? Then go straight to Old World German Restaurant and Delicatessen, which offers family dining and old world charm. This place is always open for a late breakfast, lunch or dinner. The dining is casual, the food delicious and the atmosphere charming. You will find everything from schnitzel and wurst to potato pancakes at the Old World Delicatessen. Step up to the counter and step back in time—the cooking is just like Oma used to make. Dieters beware—though the rich, creamy desserts are almost decadent, but they are definitely worth trying.
  • Tex's Grill and Sports Bar

    611 Northwest Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 377 4653
    A restaurant and sports bar, Tex's is a great place to dine while watching your favorite team win the big game. The sports bar provides two large-screen televisions. The place caters to the sports enthusiast by offering drink specials, happy hour and a chance for you to watch your favorite team with your friends. Tex's also has a party room, which can be reserved and which seats up to 45 people. Tex's offers one of the finest all-you-can-eat prime rib buffets in town. If you're not in the mood for beef, you can try the seafood pasta or the roast turkey. If you want something a little lighter, the restaurant offers both a soup and salad bar and a baked potato bar. The Yorkshire pudding is second to none; if you're not in the mood for pudding, though, be sure to at least check out the full dessert display.
  • Los Barrios Mexican Continental Cuisine

    4223 Blanco Road San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 732 6017
    In a city where Mexican food reigns supreme, Los Barrios Mexican Continental Cuisine is one of the kings. But Los Barrios doesn't rely on formality—the menu promotes eating tacos, tostados, tortillas, and flautas with your fingers. The restaurant's large seating capacity is made homier with traditional colors and wall art, large windows and lots of lush green plants. A well-stocked bar and live music Friday-Sunday evenings help make the wait for a table a little more bearable. With a comprehensive menu offering everything from tacos and tamales to cabrito and cod, it's hard to decide what to order. However, you can't go wrong with the Classic Enchilada Assortment, which offers enchiladas prepared five different ways.
  • Leon Springs Dance Hall

    1515 Rogers Avenue San Antonio, TX 78208 United States - Phone: +1 210 698 7070
    Get your cowboy boots, your Wranglers and your kids together, because it's time to go two-steppin' with your friends and family. Here you'll find a relaxed, small-town atmosphere where people of all ages can talk, listen to local country music bands, dance, and enjoy beer and barbecue. Call for more information on special events, to reserve a table or to find out which bands are playing.
  • Bonham Exchange

    411 Bonham Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 271 3811
    The Bonham Exchange, simply known as "The Bonham," is a large and popular nightclub a couple of blocks away from River Center Mall. Although the Bonham still primarily sees itself as a lesbian/gay club, times have changed and the club now boasts a more diverse clientele. Dance on one of the club's three dance floors and when you are hot and tired, enjoy a drink on the patio. If you are hungry, you can usually find someone selling tacos or hamburgers. There is a small room between the first and second floors of the main dance floor with newspapers, flyers and other information about the lesbian/gay community.
  • 2015 Club

    2015 San Pedro Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 733 3365
    The 2015 is a friendly neighborhood bar in the Monte Vista district that sports an almost exclusively lesbian/gay clientele. It has pool tables, a small dance floor and multiple nightly drink specials. The 2015 is a great place to start the evening before heading off to a restaurant or club, as well as a place to go have a drink without having to deal with the lounge or pick-up scene.
  • Graham Central Station

    4902 Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 979 9313
    Graham Central Station is a place which is definitely not like what it sounds. It is a famous nightclub which has a bar and hosts live music shows as well as birthday bashes for small and big alike. The music changes as per the latest trends and the karaoke club is the main attraction at this club. There is a night dedicated to the smallest of reasons like the ladies night, men's night, college night, hospitality and business night. On weekends, you can catch a glimpse of Jay Perez, Emilio, Michael Salgado, Little Joey La Familia and David Lee Garza.
  • Club Rio

    13307 San Pedro Avenue San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 403 2582
    Club Rio is a trendy spot where you can dance and hear some great music. It has been designed to provide ultimate comfort punctuated with class and lavishness. Catering to music lovers, it has the latest sound equipment to further enhance the quality of tunes. The likes of Julieta Venegas, the Mexican singer and song writer, and DJ Paul Oakenfold have performed here. Check the website for a detailed event line up.
  • White Rabbit

    2718 North Saint Mary's Street San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 737 2221
    White Rabbit on North St. Mary's in San Antonio is one of the best places to enjoy live music in the city. There are great bands featured on most nights of the week, and drinks are reasonably priced. Though most of the music played falls in the hard rock genre, other genres are featured too. If you are a music lover then this is a great place to visit while in San Antonio.
  • Club Hot Spot

    9926 San Pedro Avenue San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 541 0932
    The temperature certainly rises several notches higher at Club Hot Spot. This entertaining and fun place has a different event scheduled for each day. A number of artists have performed and entertained the audience at this vibrant nightclub. This place also serves drinks that compliment the party mood. The state-of-art sound equipment, vibrant lighting mixed with eclectic music, create the perfect party scene.
  • Midnight Rodeo

    12260 Nacogdoches Road San Antonio, TX 78217 United States - Phone: +1 210 655 0040
    In the city of cowboys and country music, Midnight Rodeo has managed to stand out for over two decades. This 20,000 square foot club is a thriving hot spot for San Antonio's youngsters, hippies and executives by day. If the 'patented race track dance floor' does not charm those who don't line-dance and 2-step, the bar specials (almost every night), free dance lessons on Wednesdays and Sundays and live Country music on weekends surely will. All that's needed to gear up for a party at Midnight Rodeo are tight jeans, a Stetson and a night of watching Country-Western reruns.
  • Planeta Bar-Rio

    3830 Parkdale Street San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 593 0411
    Having been around for quite some time under the name Planeta Mexico, the revamped and renamed Planeta Bar-Rio has stayed close to its Latino roots. Its easy to alienate party-goers when the vibe is undoubtedly south-of-the-border, with the DJ spinning largely Latino Pop and Rock. Planeta Bar-Rio balances it out well by hosting College Nights for the teen crowd, as also Salsa Nights and the usual Ladies Nights. Live Latin music in another big draw at the club and bigger the act, more the crowds the club manages to pack. Book a table in advance, dress chic and be prepared to splurge on the alcohol. Afterall, Tequila never comes alone!
  • Cowboy's Dance Hall

    3030 Northeast Interstate 410 Loop San Antonio, TX 78218 United States - Phone: +1 210 646 9378
    Wear your cowboy boots and your Wranglers because it's time to go two-steppin' at this Western-themed nightclub. Here you'll find a relaxed, small-town atmosphere where people of all ages can talk, listen to local country music bands, dance, and sip on a beer or two. Special dance lessons are held here from time to time so you can brush up on your moves. 
  • Sneaker's Night Club

    1430 Somerset Road San Antonio, TX 78211 United States - Phone: +1 210 932 3441
    Sneaker's Night Club is a happening spot for drinks and dancing. There is nothing really exceptional about this place but it is one of those average clubs where guests can expect good music and drinks to get by the evening.
  • Luna

    6740 San Pedro Avenue San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 804 2433
    Luna is a frequent hang out for club goers in the north central neighborhood of San Antonio. Refreshing tunes and live performances are the unique features of this place. Live R&B, Jazz, Soul, Funk, Latin and Blues performances by well known artists and bands set the place on fire. To add to the entertainment, Luna also features performances by well known DJs. Those who have an interest in sports can watch various matches and games on one of the two TVs. Luna is the perfect place if you want to have a great time with friends.
  • The Warehouse Music Venue and Bar

    1305 East Houston Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 782 2817 / +1 210 430 1089
    The Warehouse Music Venue is a popular event space that hosts a large number of live acts, touring acts, music performances and the like. Featuring a number of genres like ska, rock, punk among others, the nightly events are sure to make you come back for more.You can also hire the space to hire private events and parties. Entry for shows from 7p. Call for more details on current and upcoming events and exact show times.
  • The Ten Eleven

    1011 Avenue B San Antonio, TX 78215 United States - Phone: +1 210 320 9080
    The Ten Eleven is famous for the impressive array of live performances and musical extravaganzas it hosts throughout the year. Sip on a drink as you feast your eyes on the red décor and listen to some dazzling music. Genres like indie, alternative, rock, psychedelic, visual, rock and others find expression here. You can also choose to sit at the patio in the backyard with tables set in the form of a picnic arrangement. Call for more details on current and upcoming events and exact show times.
  • Coalition Colliseum

    5357 Glen Ridge Drive San Antonio, TX 78299 United States

    Located at Glen Ridge Drive, happening Coalition Colliseum hosts everything from music events to concerts and parties and more.The party atmosphere is happening through the night, thanks to strong drinks and top-notch entertainment. Music by the DJ is performed everynight besides having live acts.

  • The Falls

    226 West Bitters Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 490 5553
    The Falls is a great place to go in San Antonio for dancing and live music. There are four different sections in this nightclub, so you can hop between them and hear different music. The huge outdoor patio is a welcome escape for smokers. The atmosphere is somewhat upscale, so jeans and a t-shirt would probably not be the best attire. 
  • Thirsty Horse Saloon

    2335 Northwest Military Highway San Antonio, TX 78231 United States - Phone: +1 210 348 1513
    If you're a country music fan, Thirsty Horse Saloon is the place to be on a weekend night. They host concerts by some great country bands, and they have a big dance floor where you can dance the night away. Get on your cowboy boots and your cowboy hat, and don't forget that big gleaming belt buckle - you'll fit right in at the Thirsty Horse Saloon. 
  • Acapulco Sams

    212 College Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 220 1972
    Acapulco Sam's is a haven for party enthusiasts and revelers with a club and a bar occupying the 2 floors. Located on the beautiful and serene locale of beach side River Walk, the Acapulco Sam's has a capacity to host 12,500 guests at a time and comprises Sam's Beach Club on the second floor and Havana Ultra Lounge on the first. Each of these facilities is well equipped with various facilities and arrangements to host birthday parties and events along with variety of beverages. A perfect place to organize your weekend bash, visit their website to know more.
  • BarFly

    7460 Callaghan Road San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 340 3504
    If dancing to live music is your way of partying, then BarFly is a perfect spot to indulge in as it offers much more than a party house would. This bar cum nightclub caters to the hippest crowd in the city with various local bands performing their gigs on the spacious stage set with amazing acoustics and ambiance. The BarFly provides a cozy atmosphere to relax in the lounge area which is set with sofas and to sip on the chilled beers on offer. Call to know more.
  • Metropolis

    13307 San Pedro Avenue San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 403 2582
    This grand party house is well known for its chic attitude that attracts the upscale crowd and also for the kind of music it caters to. The DJ booth is mounted above a 20 feet elevation that can be seen from a U-shaped mezzanine floor surrounding the dance floor. Equipped with latest sound technology and bars with variety of beverages ranging from beer, vodka and cocktails on offer, Metropolis is the place to dance to the beats of house, trance and techno spun played by the in-house DJs. Call for more information.
  • Club NV

    7460 Callaghan Road San Antonio, TX 78230 United States - Phone: +1 210 524 0141

    Located North of the City Center, Club NV is an elegant nightclub that could easily feature in a list of happening places to party at in town. This multiple level house comprises of 2 bars and dance floors, both playing different genres of music. The house, reggae and hip-hop form the main flavor of both of these dance floors. You are bound to fall for the selection of cocktails and beverages served by the bartenders. Your perfect party destination when you happen to be in this part of San Antonio. Call ahead for more information.

  • H2O Lounge

    516 Brooklyn Avenue San Antonio, TX 78215 United States - Phone: +1 210 444 2492
    A town not dearth of loud and happening bar-cum-clubs that cater to all kinds of people, the H2O Lounge comes as a respite for those seeking for a fun mixture of coziness as well as vibrancy in its atmosphere. Here, one can enjoy conversations over drinks, and as the mood is set, one can also indulge in some reveling and tap a feet or two to the beats of the music churned out by the DJ. A jolly good time is guaranteed once you visit the H2O Lounge. Call to know more.
  • Jewels & Sky Lounge

    5500 Babcock Road San Antonio, TX 78240 United States - Phone: +1 210 691 3000
    Music in all its vivacity will stir you at the Jewels & Sky Lounge. The energy that live music exudes and the thumping strokes of enigma that DJ music spins is all available in large dozes at this lounge. For the office crowds who come in during happy hours, the young waitresses in school uniforms are particularly sassy and attractive. The chilled out atmosphere created by not just the party people but also the ambiance, makes this a fun place to hang out. So pick your evening of hip hop, R&B or days to howl over the mic at the karaoke sessions and visit. Carry your dance shoes along and stream into the night of madness and ecstasy. For further information, call on the number mentioned.
  • Zenbar Ultra Lounge

    221 East Houston Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 271 7472
    If techno, trance, hip-hop and R&B suits your style then Zenbar Ultra Lounge is the perfect place to burn the dance floor either with your friends or by yourself. However, this may not be the only reason to visit this place, as Zenbar Ultra Lounge is a decent hangout that serves variety of beverages ranging from martinis, cocktails and beer. The interior of the house is cozy with the decor based on Buddhist themes. A perfect place to enjoy your drinks and mingle with the locals and tourists visiting the place. Call to know more.
  • Nerve Ana

    212 College Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 220 1972
    Located on the second floor of the building that houses Joe's Crab Shack on the famous River Walk avenue, Nerve Ana is a famous nightclub that caters to those who have grown up listening to classic rock  of the 1990's. Here, you can enjoy the amazing atmosphere of the house while sipping on some exotic martinis and cocktails churned out by the bartenders. The friendly staff and a company of like minded people makes Nerve Ana a joyful party house. Open only on weekends, call ahead more details.
  • Arjon's International Club

    8736 Testro Drive San Antonio, TX 78217 United States - Phone: +1 210 809 1419
    The Arjon's International Club has received loads of accolades from local critics as well as bar hoppers, making it one of the 10 best International Clubs in United States. This uniquely upscale live music venue and bar blends fun and relaxation together. If offers it guests an excellent selection of entertainment, which is what get the young 20s-30s something to drop by after work, or after university for some frolic or to chill out with friends. There's also salsa dancing, live music performance and yes, lots and lots of drinking. Call ahead or check their website for reservation and more information.
  • Kocktails Bar and Lounge

    2818 North East Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78218 United States - Phone: +1 210 267 2155
    The Kocktails Bar and Lounge is a perfect place to spend a fun- filled evening out with friends. The distinct ambiance reflecting the perfect music and theme creates a vibrant atmosphere. From ladies night to salsa night-outs and jazz nights, you can enjoy multiple theme nights on different days. Drink, chat or jazz until the wee hours of the morning, and make it a night to remember. Call ahead for more details.
  • Endless Music

    19314 Highway 281 North San Antonio, TX 78259 United States - Phone: +1 210 404 9282
    One of the premier spots for partying in the Encino Park area in the northern part of the city,  Endless Music is a popular venue. It maybe located away from the bustling center of the city, but this club strives to being some of the most known DJs and bands through its doors, thus making it a favorite among the locals. Do see the website to know more.
  • Greenhouse

    4553 North Loop 1604 West San Antonio, TX 78249 United States - Phone: +1 210 393 0511
    Enjoy the perfect San Antonio weather at Greenhouse. This rooftop bar is decorated to be the ideal outdoor hangout. Grass below your feet and strings of beautiful lights hanging over you set the perfect atmosphere. It's a good spot for a date night or just a fun outing with friends. Hear some fantastic tunes from well-known local DJs while sipping a glass of wine or a cocktail. 
  • Ivory Lounge

    5152 Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 340 4879
    This cool nightspot prides itself in serving a chic crowd. It offers a relaxed ambiance and extensive drinks menu featuring martinis, cocktails and other refreshments. If you don't want to be a part of the crowded dance floor, you can book a VIP booth that offers bottle service. You can also hire this swanky club for your private functions. Call for details.
  • Hi-Tones

    621 East Dewey Place San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 785 8777
    Nestled in a historic building in the St. Mary's strip, Hi-Tones is a collaboration between 2 brothers; Miguel and Danny Delgado. The dark cellar ambiance has an old world charm to it while the revolving artwork adorning the walls is refreshing. With over 27 varieties of bottled and draft beer and a menu of signature cocktails, the drinks are affordable and good quality. Hi-Tones is a not only a hip bar but also a contemporary music venue featuring bands like Dark Planes, Whiskey Ships, and Fear Snakeface.
  • Club Sirius

    228 Losoya Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 223 3722
    Club Sirius is located right of the River Walk in San Antonio, making it a convenient destination for fun, drinks, and dancing. During the day, stop by and lounge with friends, enjoying a Lone Star or a michelada. A DJ takes over for the jukebox at night, so you can hit the dance floor after a couple of shots from their menu of over 100. The atmosphere is lively, with people gathering to dance and enjoy flavorful cocktails and Texas beer. 
  • Tucker's Kozy Korner

    1338 East Houston Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 320 2192
    A fixture in San Antonio since 1948, Tucker's Kozy Korner has maintained its cool vibe through the decades. They offer a full bar and a menu of snacks like wings and sweet potato fries. What keeps people coming back, though, is the DJ spinning some Motown sounds that really get you dancing. If you get too warm on the dance floor, head to the outdoor patio to relax and cool off. 
  • The Industry

    8021 Pinebrook Drive San Antonio, TX 78230 United States - Phone: +1 210 366 3229
    If you're looking for a weekend dance party, head to The Industry. This club keeps the night lively by playing your favorite dance tunes from the 80s and 90s. The dance floor isn't huge, but it manages to get packed. Pair the cool tunes with reasonably priced cover charges and drinks, and it's easy to see why this place is one of San Antonio's favorite dance spots. 
  • Brass Monkey

    2702 North St. Marys Street San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 480 4722
    If you're looking for a fun night on the town without breaking the bank, head to Brass Monkey. This popular nightclub never has a cover. Groove to some cool beats and sip on a reasonably priced beer. The dance floor is spacious and features plenty of lasers. The music played is mostly hits from the 80s and 90s, so be forewarned that you might find yourself getting nostalgic. 
  • Wax Club Lounge

    2211 San Pedro Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 379 4788

    For an unforgettable night on the town, head to Wax Club Lounge. Featuring great DJs and reasonably priced drinks, it's got everything you need to have a great time on the dance floor. Listen to groovy tunes from the 80s and 90s while sipping on a martini. Keep an eye out for special events and theme nights throughout the week.  

  • Grand Agave

    18326 Tuscany Stone San Antonio, TX 78258 United States - Phone: +1 210 402 0045
    Listen to some great music and dance all night at Grand Agave. During the day, you can come here to enjoy delicious Mexican cuisine. At night, it becomes the perfect venue to host a birthday party or other special events. Hits in both English and Spanish are played in a trendy atmosphere, featuring lasers and colorful lights. Throughout the week they also have special events like salsa dancing. 
  • Kremlin

    212 College Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 220 1972
    Enjoy a luxurious night out at Kremlin, located right off the River Walk. The dance floor is illuminated with colorful lights and lasers. If you don't feel like working up a sweat dancing, there's plenty of lounge space for conversation and sipping drinks. For a special event or birthday party, check out the VIP booths, which are centered around illuminated cubes that serve as tables. 
  • San Fernando Cathedral

    115 Main Plaza San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 1297
    Although construction did not begin until 1749, this cathedral was established in 1731 by the Canary/Spanish Islanders, who sought to build their own place of worship. It is the oldest cathedral sanctuary in the United States. The famous Alamo defender James Bowie was married here and during the siege of the Alamo Santa Anna used it as an observation post. Notable historic figures Bowie, William Travis and Davy Crockett are buried here. The cathedral still draws huge crowds for Mass and always welcomes visitors.
  • Temple Beth-El

    211 Belknap Place San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 733 9135
    The city's oldest synagogue, the congregation of this Reform Jewish temple began meeting around the 1850s, but wasn't formally chartered until 1874. The congregation adheres to the three-fold function of Judaism (worship, education and fellowship) with popular programs designed to serve all age groups. A founding member of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC), the temple serves over 1,250 families from all around the city. Tot Shabbat services for families with children younger than six are held on Fridays. Junior Congregation services for youth in grades one-four are held on Fridays following Tot Shabbat.
  • The Rose Theatre Company

    11838 Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX 78230 United States - Phone: +1 210 360 0004
    Formerly known as The Steven Stoli Playhouse, The Rose Theatre Company is a popular production house that organizes theater workshops, acting classes and similar activities for adults as well as kids. Apart from that, the company also conducts comedy shows, improvisational theater, live musicals and concerts. Started with an aim to hone local talent, the company makes an honest attempt to bring out the creative prowess of one and all. Check website to know more.
  • St. Mark's Episcopal Church

    315 East Pecan Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 2426
    The cornerstone of St. Mark's was laid in 1859, but the onset of the Civil War delayed construction. Work resumed in 1873 and the first service was held on Easter Sunday in 1875. An interesting note about St. Mark's Episcopal Church is that Lyndon Baines Johnson and Claudia "Lady Bird" Taylor were wed at this location on November 17, 1934. This was also the first Episcopal Cathedral built west of the Mississippi River. The first Sunday service is the 7:45a Holy Eucharist. At 8a, breakfast is offered for a small charge, while another Holy Eucharist is offered at 9a. The children's chapel is also in service at 9a. At 10:10a, an all-age-group Sunday School is offered. The third Holy Eucharist takes place at 11a and is followed by 'Tea Under the Trees'. If you are looking for a traditional Episcopalian service in a very historical church, this may be just the place for you to visit.
  • Trinity Baptist Church

    319 East Mulberry San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 733 6201
    Time Magazine has referred to Trinity Baptist Church as "The Boom Church" because it is one of America's fastest-growing churches. Its humble beginnings date back some 50 years to 1949, when a small group of Christians gathered with a vision of creating a church in Laurel Heights. Today, the congregation exceeds 8,000 members. The church is led by world-renowned evangelist Dr. Buckner Fanning. Billy Graham calls Dr. Fanning "the ideal pastor...a pastor evangelist whom God has greatly used." The church offers two identical worship services on Sunday mornings, one at 8a and the other at 11a. Bible study takes place in between the two services at 10a.
  • Computer Express

    5563 De Zavala Road San Antonio, TX 78249 United States - Phone: +1 210 490 4700
    Having trouble with your hard drive? Need an upgrade, a computer rental or just some advice? This Northside shop might be able to help you with quality service and expert advice on IBM-compatible hardware. It has been offering repairs and low prices to the San Antonio area since 1992. It is an authorized repair center for Hewlett-Packard, IBM and Okidata products, including both PCs and printers. It stocks a good selection of reasonably priced computer components that you can use to upgrade your current machine or to build an entirely new computer from the case up.
  • Christus Santa Rosa Hospital-City Centre

    333 North Santa Rosa Street San Antonio, TX 78207 United States - Phone: +1 210 704 2011
    Emergency room, high-risk obstetrics, UNOS-certified transplant institute, comprehensive children's heath care, rehabilitation facilities and services—all the modernized facilities are available at Christus Santa Rosa Hospital-City Centre. Cancer center is partnered with the Cancer Therapy and Research Center. Sufficient paid parking adjacent to hospital and medical center.
  • University Hospital

    4502 Medical Drive San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 358 4000
    Located in the Medical Center area, University Hospital is a premium health care system. Level 1 trauma center, newborn intensive care unit, transplant and cardiac programs, pediatric cardiac care are the services available here. The hospital is also the primary teaching facility for The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
  • Methodist Healthcare System

    8109 Fredericksburg Road San Antonio, TX 78229 United States - Phone: +1 210 575 0355
    Emergency room, specialized children's and women's services, cardiac care, transplant services and obstetrics. The Gamma Knife Center features non-surgical treatment of certain brain dysfunctions and the Texas Neurosciences Institute offers comprehensive neurosciences services. Numerous outreach programs are available.
  • Southwest General Hospital

    7400 Barlite Boulevard San Antonio, TX 78224 United States - Phone: +1 210 921 2000
    Emergency room, psychiatric-geriatric mental health program, rehabilitation and skilled nursing. The BirthPlace features complete obstetrics and maternity care. Outreach programs are available.
  • Nix Medical Center

    414 Navarro San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 271 1800
    Facility first opened in 1930 and overlooks the San Antonio River Walk. Offers acute care, intensive care, women's health services, rehabilitation, physical therapy, pain management, wound care and hyperbaric medicine. Full-service pharmacy on site.
  • Baptist Medical Center

    111 Dallas Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 297 7000
    Air ambulance, cancer treatment, children's and women's services, rehabilitation, pain management, vascular medicine and orthopedics. Limited paid parking available.
  • The Cos House

    418 Villita Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 8610
    On December 9, 1835, the Articles of Capitulation for the Mexican Army was signed by Perfecto de Cos, right in this place. Today, however, the venue is used for varied purposes, not political. If your wedding is a small and private affair, this might just be the place for your reception. You can also host other private events here. An appealing patio, sheltered porch, two medium sized rooms, restrooms, and a utilitarian kitchen constitute the Cos House. Call to fix an appointment for viewing the premises.
  • SAY Si

    1414 South Alamo San Antonio, TX 78210 United States - Phone: +1 210 212 8666
    SAY (San Antonio Youth) Si (Yes) is an organization working to aid talented students make and sell their art work. Around 35 students from 12 different schools are involved in this organization. Various programs, such as the Visual Arts, Project Working Artists and Mentors, and the Graphic Arts Lab have been formulated for different age groups. There are many events organized by SAY Si throughout the year.
  • San Antonio Multimedia Center

    660 North Main Avenue San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 226 4600
    San Antonio Multimedia Center got its edge when it was selected as one of the top 12 training facilities in the US. The multimedia center boasts of hi-end technology in instructional design and ergonomics, and focuses on ambiance and comfort. Its forte is its flexibility to change and suit your specific business needs. The center has two computer-training classrooms with a seating capacity of 14 and 31, a 30-person boardroom and a 1200 square feet multipurpose room that can accommodate upto 48 people. Its also an ideal venue for social functions, where buffet-style meals are served in the elegant Mission Dining Room.
  • Pearl Stable

    312 Pearl Parkway San Antonio, TX 78215 United States - Phone: +1 210 212 9539
    The place was formerly known as the Pearl Brewery complex along the river. The circular Pearl Stable has been restored in all its glory to accommodate modern technology, and serve as a venue for conferences and social dos. The stable, which was once home to the breweries' draft horses in the 19th century have now turned into a hi-tech ground for corporates to gallop around with plans and policies. With a capacity to accommodate 500 people, the venue offers 5525 squarefeet of space indoors and two courtyards measuring 20,000 squarefeet for multiple purposes. The indoor hall has a 655 square foot sound stage, theatrical lighting system, and wonderful acoustics enhanced by the old architectural marvel.
  • The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center

    200 East Market Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 8500
    Spread across 1.3 million square feet, this huge convention center is a preferred venue for high profile meetings, conventions and events. With 59 meeting rooms, 3 ballrooms and 4 exhibition spaces, it sure is the place to organize important events, be it business or personal. The Lila Crockell Theater, named after the former Mayor, is a performing arts center located in the Center. It can seat 2,521 people and a 65x55-foot performance space. No wonder this place has been voted the best in the Convention Industry twice in a row!
  • Apple Store

    15900 La Cantera Parkway San Antonio, TX 78256 United States - Phone: +1 210 558 0745
    Apple Store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • National Cab

    10221 Desert Sands Street San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 434 4444
    National Cab is one of the preferred taxi companies in the San Antonio region. With a range of services from local transportation to Airport and company services, it is always a great experience to avail of their services. Be it shopping, touring or an airport transfer, National Cab will be at your service!
  • Virgil T. Blossom Athletic Center

    12002 Jones Maltsberger Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 491 6100
    Virgil T. Blossom Athletic Center is the perfect place for undertaking sporting activities. It has a comprehensive list of facilities, which includes a state-of-the-art gymnasium and a pool. This makes the place a big draw for the parents as well as the kids, looking for some fun time. The training facilities and the tracks are perfect to coach aspiring athletes. Football, swimming and soccer tournaments are held at the center of the field and it is also utilized by the NEISD students.
  • The Venue

    800 Lexington Avenue San Antonio, TX 78212 United States - Phone: +1 210 732 7440
    The Venue is a one-of-a-kind event center that offers many choices to host all sorts of events. The decor here will set a really elegant tone to your event. The event space is fully equipped with a stage, dance floor, art gallery, bar, sound system and ample parking space. Staffing is included for all events. The venue can accommodate more than 400 guests quite easily.
  • Bill Greehey Arena

    1 Camino Santa Maria San Antonio, TX 78228 United States - Phone: +1 210 436 3528
    Located on the campus of St. Mary's University, Bill Greehey Arena is home to its men and women sports team, Rattlers. This 135,000 square foot facility is capable of seating 3,500 people. It features various amenities, some of which are an indoor running track, natatorium, training rooms, six tennis courts, racquetball courts and much more. A fiery seat of sports activities, Bill Greehey Arena is not to be missed when in San Antonio.
  • UTSA Convocation Center

    1 UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249 United States - Phone: +1 210 458 4011
    The Convocation Center on the University of Texas at San Antonio campus is used as the venue to host the commencement exercises and convocation ceremonies. Besides that, it is also used for other activities. The events held here run the gamut from basketball matches, to Tailgate parties and rallies to welcome home returning sports teams. Check website for further details.
  • The San Antonio Rose Palace

    25665 Boerne Stage Road San Antonio, TX 78255 United States - Phone: +1 210 698 3300
    Two palatial sized arenas with a total capacity of over 4000, more than 500 stalls, The San Antonio Rose Palace in other words. From social events to trade fairs this place can be put to use efficiently. Various kinds of shows and private gatherings can also be arranged for with an ease, here at Rose Palace. Facilities for food stalls and comfortable seating arrangement in the arenas, make this place popular. No wonder their events calendar is invariably almost full all year round. Its location close to many hotels solves all your accommodation requirements—another pro of this 'palace'.
  • St Mary's University

    One Camino Santa Maria San Antonio, TX 78228 United States - Phone: +1 210 436 3011
    St Mary's University goes beyond merely educating and aims at all-rounded development of it's students. This complete and grand university campus features students center and two full fledged libraries. The St. Mary's University Alumni Athletics & Convocation Center is the activity hub of this college and houses Bill Greehey Arena—a venue for events. The university is home to the Athletics Booster Club that deals with the athletic and sports programs.
  • Watson Fine Arts Center

    1801 Martin Luther King Drive San Antonio, TX 78203 United States - Phone: +1 210 531 3321
    The Department of Fine Arts and other departments of St. Philip's College Fine Arts Department in San Antonio regularly organize various events to showcase the abundance of talent on campus. The Watson Fine Arts Center is used as the venue for these events like one man shows, recitals by the San Antonio Symphony and lots more.
  • The Spire

    230 Center Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 474 7640
    The Spire, is a venue that provides space, picturesque setting and has an old-world charm to it. Built in 1884, this building is spacious enough to accommodate up-to 300 people and elegant enough to steal many hearts. Plan a lavish wedding or a grand get-together, this venue is fit for just any occasion. Housed in the royal Sunset Station, this is one venue you can't give a miss.
  • Harlandale Memorial Stadium

    4002 Roosevelt Avenue San Antonio, TX 78214 United States - Phone: +1 210 977 1645
    Harlandale Memorial Stadium is home to Harlandale Little Indians football and cheer leading teams. The stadium can be reached via Highway 281 through Loop 410. The seating capacity of this stadium is 10,000 and it has disabled access. This stadium is open for game practices.
  • The Pavilion at Sunset Station

    1174 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 222 9481
    Sunset Station is a multi-faceted space featuring smaller venues within its premises—one of them being 'The Pavilion'. This space has a capacity of over 2000 guests and has played host to many concerts of prominent artists such as Zingy Marley and Def Tones. Apart from gigs, the venue can also be rented out for private events and social functions with arrangements of food and decorations made by the management. Located next to the Pavilion is the Plaza area complete with a well landscaped space and fountain that adds a to the overall pleasant ambiance and charm.
  • San Antonio

    San Antonio San Antonio, TX 78201 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 6700(Tourist Information)
    San Antonio welcomes more than 26 million visitors per year and offers a variety of recreational options. The most visited city in Texas is also home to the first museum of modern art in the state and a popular party spot for natives and tourists alike. Known for its famous theme and water parks as well as local cafes and clubs, San Antonio offers a Tex-Mex flavor that can rarely be found elsewhere!
  • Live Oak Civic Center

    8101 Pat Booker Road Live Oak, TX 78233 United States - Phone: +1 210 653 9494 / +1 888 443 5622(Toll Free)
    Playing host to a number of trade shows, exhibitions, meetings, seminars and other corporate events, the Live Oak Civic Center deserves to be called one of the finest event centers in the city. The center is furnished with modern facilities that ensure every event that takes place here is a grand success. Besides corporate events, the Live Oak Civic Center also hosts cultural and community gatherings in its premises. Call ahead to know more.
  • University of Texas at San Antonio

    One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249 United States - Phone: +1 210 458 4011
    The University of Texas at San Antonio was started to serve the Metropolitan Area and the broader region of South Texas. This university has some of the best tutors who not only used modern techniques of teaching but also inculcate values in the students. The University also aims at the all round development of students. The campus is spacious and is well equipped to aid teaching. The University of Texas at San Antonio also has a very strong alumni. Apart from the regular education, the University also doubles up as an event space playing host to both social as well as cultural gatherings.
  • San Antonio School for the Performing Arts

    12915 Jones Maltsberger Road San Antonio, TX 78247 United States - Phone: +1 210 495 2787
    Considered as a paradise by ardent art lovers, the San Antonio School for the Performing Arts is a reputed institute that teaches young, budding artists the nuances of dance, music and theater. The school offers training programs in various disciplines that include classical ballet, jazz, flamenco, tap dance and acting. Besides this, the institute also hones young talent in playing various instruments like the guitar, bass, percussion, violin, apart from providing vocal training. The school organizes various concerts and dance shows for its students where they get to enchant a discerning audience with their performance. Check website to know more.
  • Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church

    225 North Swiss Street San Antonio, TX 78202 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 2696
    The Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, or Bethel AMEC as it is popularly known as, lies in downtown San Antonio. Since its opening in 1915, this church has been a strong and stable shelter for the African-American community of the city. However, the church welcomes worshipers of any color, creed, race or gender. One of the ways in which this church chooses to reach out to its 'flock' is through various cultural and religious events. For more information please see the website or call.
  • Children's Fine Arts Series

    3201 West Avenue San Antonio, TX 78213 United States - Phone: +1 210 340 4060
    The Children's Fine Arts Series was started as a fund raiser for the Judson Montessori School. It later transformed itself into a non-profit organization to promote art and culture among students and more specifically, children. This theater has over the years churned out dramatic performances for one and all to enjoy. They also organize training sessions in music, dance and drama for children, thus giving them an opportunity to explore their hidden talents. Call ahead or check website for more details.
  • Performing Arts Conservatory of Texas

    22610 US Highway 281 North San Antonio, TX 78258 United States - Phone: +1 210 494 5100
    Pay a visit to the Performing Arts Conservatory of Texas, and enroll yourself in one of the many dance courses that the school has to offer. The Performing Arts Conservatory of Texas has well-trained instructors to guide you through the ins and outs of the various dance and gymnastics forms the school offers. Those looking for a quicker and simpler option, can choose to participate in the workshops held at the center. Check their website or call ahead for reservations and other details.
  • San Antonio River Bank

    200 East Grayson Street San Antonio, TX 78215 United States - Phone: +1 210 207 6000(Tourist Information)
    On the San Antonio River Bank there's not one thing you can't find. One of the main attractions here is the Pearl Farmers Market, where you can buy, cook, taste the most wonderful and fresh foods. Other amazing things on the banks are the San Antonio River Walk, where you take a walk along the beautiful river, the many restaurants, bars and cafe's where you can grab a coffee, drink or a snack and try out the local cuisine, the intriguing art galleries where there is some of the local artists' artwork displayed, heritage and history sites, and a whole lot more. There are also a number of hotels in the area so do contact the tourism board for details.
  • Coker United Methodist Church

    231 East North Loop Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 494 3455
    Situated in a quiet corner of San Antonio, the Coker United Methodist Church is a regularly visited destination for several locals and tourists who come here to bask in its warm and tranquil ambiance. The church offers special services, besides regular masses, prayers, baptism and communion services. Apart from that, it hosts weddings and receptions in its premises. Performances by the church choir where young, aspiring artists come forth and display their talent are commonplace here. Call ahead to know more.
  • 310 Chestnut Street

    310 Chestnut Street San Antonio, TX 78202 United States
    310 Chestnut Street is a bustling block that is situated in central San Antonio. There lies a warehouse on its site which is spread across 15000 square feet. This warehouse plays host to various temporary exhibitions, expositions and other local events throughout the year. Among the most popular events taking place at the venue is the Dinosaur George’s Ultimate Paleo-Adventure which is an exhibition of dinosaurs set amidst phenomenal lights and a natural setting. If you wish to visit an enthralling exhibition, then you must head to 310 Chestnut Street.
  • Antioch Missionary Baptist Church

    1001 North Walters San Antonio, TX 78202 United States - Phone: +1 210 225 2452
    Antioch Missionary Baptist Church is a lovely community church. It was built in 1935 and has gone through a few changes since then. The church ministry has only been getting bigger to accommodate the increasing community worshipers. The church has a number of activities and events like the youth choir group, the senior citizens group and they also have ministries to address women's, marital, youth and other issues. The church also has a sports complex and hosts regular games and contests. For more information do contact the church or visit their website.
  • Boerne

    Boerne Boerne, TX 78006 United States - Phone: +1 830 249 7277(Tourist Information)
  • Jimmy Brought Fitness Center

    320 Wilson Road San Antonio, TX 78234 United States - Phone: +1 210 221 1234
  • Oakdell Pharmacy, Inc.

    7220 Louis Pasteur Drive San Antonio, TX 78229-4583 United States - Phone: +1 210 614 6200
  • H-E-B Advertising

    646 South Main Avenue San Antonio, TX 78204-1210 United States
  • St. George Maronite Church and Center

    6070 Babcock Road San Antonio, TX 78240 United States - Phone: +1 210 690 9569 / +1 210 696 5937
    Located in the northwestern part of the city, the St. George Maronite Church and Center is a committed Maronite Catholic church of the West Syriac Antoichene Tradition. As the only Eastern Catholic Church in the city, this church has a tremendous responsibility to offer spiritual and religious support and shelter to those who seek it. Besides being a church, St. George Maronite is also an events center on its premises, which helps in the organization of weddings, receptions, and other events. Among the facilities on offer are the Phoenician Ballroom and the Courtyard. Do call to know more.
  • Alamo Heights United Methodist Church

    825 East Basse Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 826 3215
    With a mission to bring people closer to Christ, forging a stronger connection with Him, Alamo Heights United Methodist Church is located in Basse Road, in Dijon Heights. The church is home to a vibrant congregation and welcomes all people, regardless of their ethnic and/or social backgrounds. While it offers a traditional worship service, it also conducts a more contemporary worship that may appeal to younger members of its congregation. Apart from this, there are many events and cultural programs offered throughout the year.
  • South Texas Popular Culture Center

    1017 East Mulberry Avenue San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 792 1312
    The South Texas Popular Culture Center or STPCC is a cultural organization that strives to preserve and promote music pertaining to the South Texas region. Established by Margaret Moser and Michael Ann Coker, STPCC collects objects, records, documents and memorabilia, and puts it on display for the general public. That, makes it easier for visitors to learn about South Texas' music culture and get an insight of the same. For details, call ahead.
  • Unity Church of San Antonio

    1723 Lawndale Drive San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 7351
    Located on Lawndale Drive, the Unity Church of San Antonio recognizes that God is within and all around us, as opposed to the concept of God as a power external to our being. The church encourages a way of life that was propagated and followed by Jesus Himself. It believes that the One True God loves each and everyone of us equally, and that, although what He may be called may vary, what He stands for remains the same throughout the faiths and cultures of the world. The Sunday Service starts at 11a.
  • Lighthouse Baptist Church

    10400 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78217 United States - Phone: +1 210 590 9590
    Lighthouse Baptist Church serves the community's religious and spiritual needs under Pastor Ohm and music and youth Pastor Jordan Potter. The teachings are centered on the Word of God and the acceptance of the Old and New Testaments. The church aims to go beyond just being a place of worship and actively engages through various programs and ministries, and also has an active choir. Regular services are conducted on Sunday. Check website for more information.
  • St. Anthony de Padua

    102 Lorenz Road San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 1743
    St Anthony de Padua Catholic Church is a religious site for the prosperous community of San Antonio. It is a result of the efforts of the Shrine Workers of St. Anthony, who wanted a committed place of worship for the community. This rapidly growing congregation centers its preaching on the Word of God. The church propagates its teachings through worship, education and ministries. The beliefs are recited in the Nicene Creed on every Sunday Mass. Check the website for upcoming events and services.
  • MacArthur Park Lutheran Church

    2903 Nacogdoches Road San Antonio, TX 78217 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 7135
    MacArthur Park Lutheran Church encourages it biblical teachings with the mission statement - "Live the gospel. Change the world". The first worship service at MacArthur Park Lutheran Church was headed by Pastor Schwanenberg in 1960 and is presently led by Pastor Paul R. Ziese and Associate Pastor Tracey Breshears Schultz. The Catholic beliefs are recited in Nicene, Apostles' and Athanasian Creeds. The church encourages through Bible study and adult forums a way of life that was propagated and followed by Jesus Himself. Check the website for more information.
  • Northeast Baptist Church

    2930 MacArthur View San Antonio, TX 78217 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 7235
    Northeast Baptist Church is a congregation that strives to deepen the knowledge and promote the community's faith in Jesus Christ. The church believes that it is only through the teachings of God and His word that people can live together and lead an enriching life. Under Dr. Chad Chaddick, regular Sunday services are conducted and worshipers can indulge in bible study class after the worship. Visit the website to know more about the upcoming events.
  • St. Pius X Catholic Church

    3303 Urban Crest Drive San Antonio, TX 78209 United States - Phone: +1 210 824 0139
    Led by Pastor Francis McHugh, St. Pius X Catholic Church is located in the heart of the city and serves the community's religious needs with its mission "Restore all things in Christ". The church has been a place of worship for over five decades and offers spiritual guidance to its prosperous community. The interiors of the church are beautified with statuary and symbols, and stunning stained-glass windows. Services are conducted daily and the main Sabbath celebration is held on Sundays . Visit the website for more.
  • Temple Chai

    7410 Blanco Road San Antonio, TX 78216 United States - Phone: +1 210 340 2090
    Temple Chai is a Reform synagogue serving the spiritual and religious needs of the Jewish community in San Antonio. Rabbi Komerofsky leads Shabbat worship on two Fridays and also adult education programs once every Saturday. Besides worship services, the synagogue conducts numerous program for community engagement. Shabbat Mornings are accompanied by music and Torah study. Check website for more details.
  • The Church in San Antonio

    5400 Callaghan Road San Antonio, TX 78228 United States - Phone: +1 210 435 5400
    In 1988, a welcoming community of believers in San Antonio established The Church in San Antonio. It aims to go beyond just being a place of worship to being a meeting place for its diverse community. Beyond the traditional worship services, the church organizes numerous events and meetings. The church is an active participant in Russian teaching and ministry work. Check website for service timings and more.
  • St. Joseph Catholic Church

    623 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78205-2693 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 0126
    The St Joseph Catholic Church is located in the Downtown San Antonio. Built in the 19th century, the church was preceded by another site of faith. This Roman Catholic Church is an active institute of faith. The church is built in the Gothic Revival style of architecture and is a spectacle of grandeur. An erstwhile religious site for German immigrants, it currently serves a diverse community of worshipers. The regular services are conducted in English, accompanied by mariachi music and occasional singing performance by the San Antonio Liederkranz. Check the website for information on mass timings and services.
  • Agudas Achim

    16550 Huebner Road San Antonio, TX 78248 United States - Phone: +1 210 479 0307
    Agudas Achim, meaning "A gathering of the brethren", is a synagogue serving the spiritual and religious needs of the Jewish community in San Antonio. It follows egalitarian traditions and principles of Torah, Avodah and Gemilut Chasidim. It is an orthodox congregation founded in 1889 or even prior to that. Bar/Bat Mitzvah is conducted for families and children to enlighten them more about Judaism and their Jewish identity. Check the website for service timings and events.
  • San Francesco di Paola Catholic Church

    205 Piazza Italia San Antonio, TX 78207 United States - Phone: +1 210 227 0548
    The San Francesco di Paola Catholic Church is located in Downtown San Antonio. The church was established in dedication to San Francesco di Paola. This active institute of faith has a captivating red-brick building. The beautiful stained glass windows add to the splendor of this religious site. Check website for information on services and timings.
  • Denver Heights COGIC

    512 Dreiss Street San Antonio, TX 78203 United States - Phone: +1 210 533 7729
    Denver Heights COGIC is an active Pentecostal church located in the city of San Antonio, Texas. The church holds historic importance as it was constructed after the Azusa Street Revival in 1906. Locals, commonly refer to it as the "Mother Church", for its been one of the oldest religious structures in the city. With its major restoration work, the church plans to have to spacious classrooms and a cafeteria. Check the website for service timings and upcoming events.
  • Community Bible Church

    2477 Texas 1604 Loop San Antonio, TX 78232 United States - Phone: +1 210 496 5096
    Since its modest beginning in 1990, Community Bible Church has been moving ahead with the mission "To Reach, Teach, and Help People in Jesus' Name". It is a Bible-centered church preaching the Word of God and His beliefs. Group celebrations and worship are conducted which is complimented by music, and later activities like Bible study, fellowship, prayer and ministry keep the visitors engaged. Drop in at The Cafe for snacks or browse through the bookstore after attending the service. Check the website for service timings and events.
  • Cornerstone Church

    18755 Stone Oak Parkway San Antonio, TX 78258 United States - Phone: +1 210 490 1600
    Cornerstone Church propagates God's love to all living beings and towards the world and experience His presence. Though the congregation grew rapidly, its outreaching programs are directed towards individual requirements. Besides worship services, the church conducts numerous musical and educational programs for community engagement and their social involvement. Check the website for service timings and upcoming events.
  • St. John's Lutheran Church

    502 East Nueva San Antonio, TX 78205 United States - Phone: +1 210 223 2611
    St. John's Lutheran Church with the motto "The heart of Christ in the heart of the city" aims to spread the teachings of Jesus Christ. The community church is an active member in community activities and strives to stimulate the involvement of the congregation that leads a healthy spiritual life. The church has an active choir group which is an integral part of the worship services. Apart from regular Sunday service, the church offers Day School started by Pastor P. F. Zizelman in 1857. For more information on the event schedule, visit their website.