The history of African Americans in the Alamo City is an important part of our city’s culture. This year, Black business owners will meet February 27th-March 6th for the 4th Annual Black Restaurant Week: San Antonio in order to promote cuisine, culture and community.
As the month of love arrives, you may be searching for a perfect new date spot in February. With an array of things to do, the Historic Pearl is the perfect place for a romantic day or night out. The gorgeous 22-acre property is sprawling with locally-owned restaurants, shops, and lined with picturesque greenery and architecture that is sure to make you swoon.
What could be more Texan than a good old-fashioned rodeo? Rodeos have been a Texas tradition since 1883 when the first rodeo took place in Pecos, Texas where awards were doled out to winners of events.
For many tourists and locals alike, a main attraction of the city is its huge number of varied eateries. This February, what better way to start the day than with a meal you will love? With so much variety, it can be difficult to decide. But do not fret – we have you covered!
The Alamo City, Spurs Nation, Deuce Dime, Countdown City. Whatever your nickname of choice is for this charming city in the heart of Texas, you have to admit there is nothing quite like San Antonio.
From date night in the city to Galentine’s, there’s something for everyone this February 14th. Here’s a guide on getting the most out of your Valentine’s Day in San Antonio, regardless of your relationship status.
Opening its doors in November of 2002, with a capacity of about 19,000 people, The AT&T Center has since become host to many concerts, shows and local events that keep the community entertained.
After the hardships that the restaurant industry has faced these past two years due to the pandemic – the local San Antonio food scene is back and bustling this year with new delicious restaurant openings. Keep reading to discover ten great new restaurants additions in San Antonio to try out in the new year!
Find new ways to experience and appreciate San Antonio in January. In January, the city will host DreamWeek 2022 in an effort to encourage people to share their dreams and ideas for solving universal issues facing multicultural communities.