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San Antonio, TX.

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  • Ocho: Downtown – river walk Cuban/Latin – I like to go for brunch or lunch I wouldn’t recommend dinner it’s more of a bar and a pretty cool one


  • Max’s Wine Dive: Quarry Village - brunch is their best menu! Fried chicken and champagne, truffled Max & cheese, or chicken and waffles! Also fun as bar. (but when it comes to food brunch is their speciality)


  • Cured: Historic Pearl - brunch/lunch/dinner – but closed Sundays (not for picky eaters)



  • The Boiler House: Historic Pearl: I actually recommend their brunch menu more than any other time of the day - Comfort food.


  • Bird Bakery: (Broadway) - Best cupcakes in town and obsessed with their turkey sandwich 

  • Perry’s: The Shops at La Cantera - lunch/dinner- Classic Steakhouse, try their Mac and cheese


  • Bakery Lorraine: Historic Pearl - All day! Coffee, desserts and bistro, don’t be surprised if the place is packed! it is very good and everyone knows that. especially during the weekends (worth it) 


  • Whiskey Cake: The Shops at La Cantera - pretty cool place with all natural ingredients. 


  • Barbaro: Pizza - one of the best Pizzas in town, the place is rustic so be prepared for that (its not shiny new but so good)

  • Supper: At Hotel Emma: Feeling a bit more fancy? Supper is the top restaurant (in my opinion) for fine cuisine.

  • Southerleigh: Historic Pearl - good comfort food, with in house brewed beer - Love their corn bread!



  • Blue Box: Historic Pearl - same area as restaurants so you can do dinner somewhere and drinks there.


  • Ocho – Havana hotel: Downtown – the place is pretty cool even at night.


  • ​Paramour: San Antonio's top rooftop bar, also open early for coffee and pastries.


  • Esquire Tavern: Downtown - Riverwalk, not much for a whole meal but great appetizers plus the place is originally from 1933 - Oldest Bar on the Riverwalk


  • The Brooklynite: Downtown - Great cocktails, currently one of the best bars in town. 




  • Bakery Lorraine


  • Local Coffee (my favorite location is at the pearl or broadway)


  • Rosella Coffee: Easy going great food


  • Revolucion Coffee+Juice: very good coffee but i'm obsessed with their juices.


  • Cuppencake: Bakery, espresso bar, and more. (lunch and breakfast)


  • Market on Houston: Downtown - Pastries, coffee plus its dog friendly





  • Northstar Mall: Indoor (has a few stores La cantera doesn’t like Saks)


  • Quarry Market: Food, shopping, movies, living


  • San Marcos Outlets: Not in San Antonio, but if you're a hard-core shopper this is the place to go, about a 40min drive from SA


  • Camilla Crown: One of my favorite Boutiques (women's clothing only - sorry guys) on 1604 access road - Plus named best boutique in town for 2015

Fun & Culture:


  • Spurs: fun even if you don’t really get basketball


  • Majestic Theater: Check listings – Broadway shows-


  • Six Flags & Sea World


  • Botanical gardens: easy day for pictures and nature lovers


  • The Alamo: history, (the visit is pretty quick so its great to do the whole downtown and riverwalk visit on the same day)


  • SAMA: San Antonio Museum of Art – great exhibits for art fans


  • McNay Art Museum: the place its self is amazing


  • Riverwalk: day and night great for eating shopping or just walking (wear comfortable shoes)


  • Missions: Historic - whole day activity


  • Top Golf: Both for golf players and those of us that just want a good time, (food, drinks) be sure you're prepared to wait, it si still pretty new and extremely popular especially weekend nights but totaly worth it!!

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