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Otto Bombach House The Otto Bombach House is la contributing structure in the La Villita Historic District of the Bexar County city of San Antonio in the U.S. state of Texas. The one-and-two-story native limestone structure was built by German immigrant Bombach in the mid-19th century. It was acquired and restored by the San Antonio Conservation Society which still owns the property. Over the decades, SACS has leased the property to a variety of tenants, including the San Antonio Press Club. Currently, the building houses the Little Rhein Steak House. -98.488333333333 29.421388888889 http://sanantonio.city/restaurants/12515774
The Guenther House One of the Resaurant's most unique features is the light fixtures cast of solid copper. Chinese dragons with lily pads and lotus blossoms form the sconces and reflect motifs Erhard encountered on his trip through China. The bowls of these fixtures are alabaster. "Ballroom-style" seating has been chosen for the Restaurant. This style was relevent at the turn-of-the-century in hotels and restaurants. The paneled walls in the Dining Room are of the original redwood. The lower vestibule and the Parlor entrance are paneled in quarter-sawn oak. The plaster panels above the wainscot were originally embellished with hand-painted grape clusters, leaves and vines framing each panel. The top of the wainscot served as a plate rail. The exterior Dining Room windows are a very fine German glass, while the wall sconces and matching chandelier are a Flemish-syle and are antique brass. The ceramic tile floor is another lovely feature of this room. The origin of these tiles is unknown, and therefore, irreplaceable. -98.49485 29.41118 http://sanantonio.city/restaurants/12516020
La Frite Belgian Bistro La Frite is San Antonio’s premier and only Belgian Bistro. La Frite Belgian Bistro offers crowd pleasing, masterfully prepared, traditional Belgian/French fare, in a warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Zagat rates this bistro with the “best mussels since Brussels”. French inspired daily specials are offered in addition to the traditional Belgian treats. La Frite is where the locals come to enjoy a tasty meal in a casual European atmosphere. The outside tables are ideal for people watching. Urban Spoon, Yelp and trip advisor are constant sources or prasie loyal fans. -98.48852 29.41663 http://sanantonio.city/restaurants/12516054
Cured at Pearl Beyond the grand and powerful doors of the 110-year-old building that housed the famed Pearl Brewing Company, in the space once belonging to its president’s headquarters, is Cured – chef Steve McHugh’s highly anticipated first restaurant. This seasoned chef from a small farm in Wisconsin has accomplished so much within his career. His ten years in the vibrant culinary epicenter of New Orleans were crowned by his work as chef de cuisine for chef John Besh at August, followed by two years opening and overseeing Lüke in San Antonio – Besh’s first establishment outside of New Orleans. Yet, McHugh’s highest achievement of all has been defeating cancer. After such a life-changing triumph, he set out to open his own restaurant, endowing it with a name that speaks to his personal feat, as well as the artisanal cured meats hanging in view – a gritty glimpse of the epicurean pleasures ahead. Beyond will, character and vision, McHugh's rapport with food now instinctively insists on a purity of natural ingredients and hands-on, unadulterated cooking methodology that enhanced his own healing process. His from-scratch focus and his conscious use of ingredients proven to empower the human body – like Blood Orange, Sweet Potato, and Cauliflower – unites science with art, resulting in a purposeful, powerful, seasonally-dynamic menu. Dishes such as Sweet Potato Agnolotti with Bourbon Brown Sugar and Sage and Slow Cooked Heritage Hog with Smoked Andouille and Okra, are complemented by cocktails individually crafted with the same care and attention, right down to the house-made bitters. One of the driving philosophies of Cured is an appreciation of life, in gratitude and celebration. Steve McHugh has found a way to implement a bit of “gastronomic giving” – by donating $1 from every charcuterie board ordered to a different charitable organization every quarter. The progressive and honest culinary approach resonates throughout the design of the restaurant, which honors its historic roots while adding splashes of modern, old-school and industrial chic accents in stunning juxtaposition. -98.479889199019 29.441972362742 http://sanantonio.city/restaurants/12516077
Ácenar Mexican Restaurant “The nod for most-cutting-edge restaurant design on the River Walk goes to trendy Ácenar, with its soaring space, multiple levels, eye-popping colors, and cool, umbrella-shaded terrace.” – Texas Monthly Hungry for unforgettable Mexican cuisine? Look no further than Ácenar. Nestled along the banks of the San Antonio River Walk at the E. Houston St. bridge (steps away from The Majestic Theater), you’ll love Ácenar’s modern take on Texas regional Mexican dishes, hip vibe and friendly, casual service. Explore our tantalizing menu…begin with our Zagat-rated “killer margaritas” (try our signature pear cactus margarita or cucumber jalapeño margarita). Move on to our famous tableside guacamole, fresh ceviche, or award-winning buttermilk fried oysters served on yucca chips with jalapeño honey mayo and charred pineapple. For the main course, tantalize your taste buds with our many fine selections of fresh Gulf fish, crab or shrimp (grilled or fried) or a host of our many popular dishes – steam-roasted young Texas goat served with ancho salsa ranchera, duck chalupas, and sizzling parrilladas – all made fresh with a contemporary flare. “Ácenar serves up the best margarita we have tasted on the Riverwalk.” – Margarita Texas Special Features: fit for foodies, good for groups, great for brunch, great for outdoor dining, scenic view, great for lunch, veggie options, hot spot -98.492309585013 29.426390404278 http://sanantonio.city/restaurants/12516238
Beto's Alt-Mex We are happy you're ready to step outside the box and get some ALT-MEX in you. Our goal is to make you happy and let you get as much of the Beto's experience as you can handle. Don't hesitate to ask you server for a sample of any of our unique offerings: Chalupa Cabra, Peruvian Style Ceviche, Fried Yuca, Chimi Churi and more... and please don't leave until you've tried our famous banana with leche quemada empanada. -98.46609 29.51087 http://sanantonio.city/restaurants/12516735
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The Alamo Considered to be hallowed ground and the Shrine of Texas Liberty, the Alamo is a former mission which was also the site of the Battle of the Alamo (1836). -98.486112613045 29.425721196087 http://sanantonio.city/attractions/Alamo_Mission_in_San_Antonio
Institute of Texan Cultures A one-story 50,000 sq. ft. museum featuring Texan history, brought to life by docent-interpreters, and the cultures of over 20 national/ethnic groups of people who have made Texas their home. -98.482237997544 29.416665143015 http://sanantonio.city/attractions/W__78485800
North Star Mall San Antonio's internationally-acclaimed shopping destination center boasts over 200 specialty stores and restaurants. -98.495383407732 29.51862114194 http://sanantonio.city/attractions/W__26651873
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park On July 5, 2015, the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, along with the Alamo Mission in San Antonio, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. -98.480277777778 29.361666666667 http://sanantonio.city/attractions/T__447243f9fde5
Tower of the Americas It is the tallest building in San Antonio, and the 27th tallest building in Texas. -98.483577774628 29.419053575219 http://sanantonio.city/attractions/W__78485919
Witte Museum Dinosaurs, textiles, natural history, science treehouse, and more. A museum complex with lots of different activities going on - fun with kids! -98.4671905 29.4618518 http://sanantonio.city/attractions/N__457507596

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North Star Mall San Antonio's internationally-acclaimed shopping destination center boasts over 200 specialty stores and restaurants. -98.495383407732 29.51862114194 http://sanantonio.city/shopping/W__26651873
Shops at Rivercenter The Shops at Rivercenter is a shopping mall located in Downtown San Antonio, Texas, United States along the city's River Walk. -98.484942076272 29.42464066728 http://sanantonio.city/shopping/T__d87a6056e96b
Alamo Quarry Market The Alamo Quarry Market is a lifestyle center located in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of north central San Antonio in the U.S. state of Texas, near the cities of Alamo Heights and Terrell Hills. -98.481004782121 29.495548699646 http://sanantonio.city/shopping/W__79876776
South Park Mall South Park Mall is a shopping mall located on the southwest side of San Antonio in the U.S. state of Texas. -98.53081046247 29.354767167709 http://sanantonio.city/shopping/T__a07d501090ae
Melissa Guerra Latin Kitchen Market Melissa Guerra is a modern Mexican marketplace, and is all about food and Fiestas. -98.4805025 29.4436683 http://sanantonio.city/shopping/T__c31bff7ba0bd
Wonderland of the Americas Our vast array of nationally renowned retailers such as Burlington Coat Factory, Stein Mart, Target, Hobby Lobby, Ross Dress for Less, Anna’s Linens and Burkes Outlet, coupled... -98.551377407918 29.493039248642 http://sanantonio.city/shopping/T__a89fe8f7e1b2
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