Beautiful scenery, rich history, vibrant culture and a thriving culinary scene await you in San Antonio. These days, you may be able to working from anywhere, so why invite a change of scenery into the picture. Explore San Antonio’s thriving downtown, famous River Walk and eclectic cuisine on your next trip. Plan your next adventure today, and consider our suggestions on things to do, see and explore below. Be sure to check attractions and restaurants websites for the latest on hours of operation and reservation requirements. Learn about San Antonio’s commitment to health and safety here.
– Start your day outdoors with a scenic walk along the River Walk. Make your way to street level for the most important meal of the day. Mi Tierra Café and Panaderia is the perfect place for a traditional Tex-Mex breakfast, with everything from huevos rancheros to breakfast tacos. Schilo’s has been serving German-Texan fare since 1917 and is the oldest restaurant in San Antonio. You can’t go wrong when you order the Pioneer pancakes or biscuits. In the mood for some schnitzel and homemade root beer? Check Schilo’s out for lunch.
– Break up your workday with a walk through La Villita Historic Arts Village, San Antonio’s first neighborhood. Today La Villita is a cultural hub, home to local artisans, shops and restaurants. Walk down the river to the Briscoe Western Art Museum for stories of the cowboy, the vaquero, Native Americans and the western landscape. Jump on a narrated tour of the River Walk with GO RIO San Antonio Cruises or take the shuttle to Pearl for shopping and a snack.
– San Antonio has a rich culinary heritage that showcases a wide array of flavors. For Texas barbecue, try Alamo BBQ Company’s peach glazed baby back ribs. Take a short drive to the northside of San Antonio for traditional Tex-Mex and over ten types of margarita at Aldaco’s Mexican Cuisine. Find flavors from Asia and South America at Botika, including short rib noodles, ceviche and a full-bar of speciality cocktails and sake.