San Antonio Art League Museum
This tiny museum houses art from regional 20th- century American artists. In the 1920s, the San Antonio Art League was famous for annual...
La Villita Historic Arts Village
History meets commerce at downtown's La Villita. San Antonio's first neighborhood, this 'little village' of stone and adobe houses dates...
This restaurant has live music Friday and Saturday night. On Friday you'll find the small dancefloor packed with salsa, cumbia and...
Impossibly tender carne asada (marinated, grilled flank steak) is always on the menu at this traditional Mexican haunt, but changing...
713 S Alamo St · interesting places nearby
Here, a hip, stylish clientele lounges beneath blown-glass chandeliers sipping mojitos and nibbling fabulous New Latin cuisine. Eat at the bar between 16:00 and 19:00, when small plates like smoky-pork sofrito (a Puerto Rican sweet-pepper sauce) on cloudlike corncakes are half off.