When Col. Travis drew his famous line in the sand, the lone person not to cross was Moses Rose. After 10 days of fighting, Moses had enough and left...but where did he go? He needed a Hideout! And he found one! Right smack in the heart of the tourist district, just off the corner of Alamo St. and Houston St., Moses Rose's Hideout feels like it has been here since ol' Moses first wandered in 175 years ago! The building is a beautiful old structure with old brick construction and antique tin ceilings dating to the early 1900's.
We've livened the place up with a full bar, Live Music, 10 TV's with lots of sports, a full menu with Mose's favorite Texas foods, along with Santa Anna's favorite Mexican foods: Texican food! One last thing- how good would this Hideout be without a password entry? All guest will be required to know the password to enter, but NO WORRIES if you don't know the password! All “Texas Worthy” guests will be allowed inside! We look forward to seeing you at Moses Rose's Hideout soon!
We are The Place to satisfy your cravings for delicious Tex-Mex Cuisine. Known as the home of the Ultimate Fajita and the 60oz Margarita, Cafe Ole is located in the center of the action. You will find us nestled between the Hilton Pilacia Del Rio Hotel and the Hyatt Regency. We boast a multi-level patio with beautiful views of the river. It's the perfect place to take a break from meandering along the river to enjoy Lunch, Dinner, or Happy Hour. Dine outside in the midst of the action while cooling off with our misting fans or choose a quaint table indoors and enjoy air conditioning.
Inside or outside, you will be greeted with our friendly and talented staff who are here to make your visit a memorable one. Strolling Mariachis playing music table side is a common scene and adds that extra touch, providing the perfect festive atmosphere. Ole!
Brace yourself for a rootin' tootin' fun time! Lone Star Cafe has a prime spot in the heart of the San Antonio Riverwalk and has proudly served tourists and locals alike since 1981. Whether you are in the mood for a tender, delicious, flame broiled steak or a juicy hamburger, Lone Star Cafe is the place to be. Located on the street level, our balcony seats and outside bar provide beautiful scenic views of the Riverwalk. Remember, everything is BIGGER in Texas, so saddle up and bring your Texas sized appetite!
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This is where the San Antonio River Walk turns up the heat on Mexican food.
One of the original Mexican restaurants on the San Antonio River Walk, Rio Rio Cantina is locally famous and famously local. This downtown restaurant will indulge your cravings with a fiesta of flavors. Rio’s fresh Tex-Mex recipes, homemade flour tortillas and handcrafted margaritas bring the tastes of Mexico to your table.
Don't forget to also check out the stripped-down Naked Iguana Tequila Lounge. This is your destination for afternoon sips, Happy Hour daily from 3pm-6pm or just an adventurous night out on the San Antonio River Walk. In case you couldn’t tell, the Naked Iguana doesn't do tame!
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
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