San Antonio B-cycle is one of the first large-scale municipal bike sharing systems in the United States. We are placing B-stations in downtown San Antonio in highly visible and trafficked areas. San Antonio B-cycle members are able to pick up one of the gray bikes at any B-station and drop it off at any B-station.
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Our Religious and Non Religious wedding ceremonies are available in English or Spanish every day of the week.
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Our Corporate Office is located near the Riverwalk in Downtown San Antonio at :
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The Majestic Theatre and Charline McCombs Theatre are San Antonio’s premier performing arts facilities featuring Broadway shows, concerts, comedians and other live events.
The Historic Majestic Theatre is located at 224 E. Houston Street in the heart of downtown San Antonio, Texas. Built in 1929 by John Eberson for Interstate Theatres, the Majestic was intended to be the most modern building in South Texas and was the first in the state to be totally air-conditioned. The Majestic remains one of the finest examples of atmospheric theatres ever built, receiving National Historic Landmark status in 1993. Purchased in 1988 by the City of San Antonio, the theatre was renovated in 1989 at a cost of $15 million, and shortly after, in 1996, the stage was expanded, allowing the theatre to accommodate major Broadway musicals. Since 1989, the Majestic has hosted over 5 million patrons, all at no cost to taxpayers. Address: 224 E. Houston St, San Antonio, Texas 78205
The Charline McCombs Empire Theatre was built in 1913 on the site of the former Rische's Opera House in downtown San Antonio, Texas. Designed in the style of a European palazzo by architects Mauran, Russell & Crow of St. Louis, the Empire operated as a vaudeville house and then a motion picture theatre. The Empire's grandeur was prematurely concealed by inappropriate repairs to extensive flood damage in 1921. After a long, slow decline, the vaudeville house, turned B-run movie theatre, closed its doors in 1978. Address: 226 N. St. Mary’s Street, San Antonio, Texas 78205
La Villita, south of the River Walk in downtown San Antonio, was originally settled nearly 300 years ago as one of the city's first neighborhoods. In 1939, La Villita Historic Arts Village was established and the neighborhood was adapted into a center for teaching regional arts and crafts and to serve as an artists market. Today, nearly 30 shops and galleries offer distinct handcrafted items by artists from San Antonio and surrounding areas. You'll find paintings, folk art, textiles, sculptures, copper wares, jewelry, and more. Plus, in the midst of these tree-lined walkways and plazas, enjoy a savory culinary experience at the area restaurants with options ranging from traditional Mexican flavors to steakhouse favorites. For individual shop listings go to http://lavillita.com/
German and American deli favorites since 1917. House specialties include homemade root beer, split pea soup, bratwurst, Reuben sandwiches, wienerschnitzel and cheesecake..... Lunch specials....... Also, wonderful breakfast menu!
Schilo’s is one of the oldest continually operated restaurants in the State of Texas.
Housed in an old mercantile exchange building dating back to the 1800’s, Schilo’s embodies that time in San Antonio when the majority of the citizens were of German decent. The exchange’s vault is now our walk-in refrigerator. Old signage, postcards and tile floor continue the German theme throughout the deli.
We are known worldwide for our famous homemade Root Beer, Split Pea Soup, Reuben Sandwiches, Hot Mustard and our Weekly Specials. When you are in town, stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Our prices won’t put a dent in your wallet.
Exquisite steakhouse dining in historic La Villita on the River Walk.
The Little Rhein Steak House occupies the Bombach House, which was built in the 1800s when German immigrants designated the area the Little Rhein district. Old photos, posters, beverage trays and other San Antonio collectibles adorn the limestone walls of the main dining room. Antique accents including brass lights from the Federal Courthouse and wooden benches from the Katy Train Depot help to create a comfortable, rustic atmosphere. The main dining room and two lower-level dining rooms are available for private events.
The Fig Tree Restaurant celebrates tradition in a gracious setting just steps away from the River Walk. Crisp linens drape the tables set with fine china and sparkling crystal. The Fig Tree evokes a congenial yet elegant spirit for...
Pearl is a neighborhood and like all great neighborhoods it has a rich history that is added to and upheld by the many people who have ties to the place - the buildings, the river, the brewery since it was founded in 1881. Pearl is also...
Drink Up The History!
The Barwalk is a boutique walking tour through downtown that features stops in historic and unique bars and taverns. Each stop is just long enough for you to enjoy a drink where legends have imbibed...
BATTLE FOR TEXAS: The Experience is a fully immersive and interactive adventure showcasing the world’s most historically significant Alamo artifacts and connecting them through...