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"Wake up in the Alamo City with the scent of huevos rancheros in the air, the sound of mariachis, and the sight of barges winding down the San Antonio River, and you know you're some place special.

San Antonio is quite possibly Texas's most beautiful and atmospheric city, so it's no wonder it's the state's number-one tourist destination. Remember the Alamo? It's here, sitting in a plaza right downtown, so you can easily walk to it from your hotel. But while most visitors check out this famous symbol of Texas liberty when they come to town, the historic mission is by no means the only reason to visit San Antonio.

In fact, the heart of the visitor area is the Paseo del Rio—the River Walk—a festive, almost magical place that winds through downtown at 20 feet below street level. Nestled in by tall buildings and cypress trees, and tucked away from the noise of traffic above, the River Walk draws crowds to its high-rise and boutique hotels, specialty shops, and plethora of restaurants with alfresco dining.

Families are drawn to the big theme parks on the northwestern edge of town. San Antonio's Sea World is the largest marine-adventure park in the Sea World chain, and has what every kid wants in a park: animals, roller coasters, waterslides, and swimming pools. Meanwhile, Six Flags Fiesta Texas also boasts a water park and roller coasters, plus many other rides and Branson-like musical shows.

Snuggled firmly in south-central Texas, San Antonio acts as the gateway to the Hill Country—a landscape punctuated with majestic live oaks, myriad lakes, and flush-with-wildflowers hills—as well as the beginning of South Texas, the huge triangular tip of the state that is home to the Rio Grande Valley and South Padre Island, favorite destinations for bird watchers and beach-goers. San Antonio also isn't far from the Mexico-Texas border—between two and three hours to Del Rio to the west and Laredo to the south.

Given the city's close proximity to Mexico and its one-time position as the chief Mexican stronghold in Texas (prior to Texas's independence), it's not surprising that the rich tapestry of San Antonio's heritage has a good deal of Hispanic culture woven into it. Visitors can peruse shops selling Mexican crafts and jewelry, dine on Tex-Mex food, and enjoy Spanish music and mariachi bands at Market Square.

If experiencing San Antonio's multifacted ethnicity—including not only its Latino side but also its German, French, African, and even Japanese influences—is of prime importance to you, then the best time for you to visit may well be during Fiesta each April. An event that began in the late 1800s to pay tribute to the soldiers who died in the Battle of the Alamo and San Jacinto, the 10-day citywide celebration captures the city's many cultures, with music, food, festivals, fairs, parades, a carnival, and more."

Aldaco's in Stone Oark, a San Antonio Mexican food favorite, is a landmark that has been serving locals & tourists zesty mexican food for over 15 years. With amazing patio dining, stone oak area, and group dining options, it's the perfect place to stop to satisfy your Mexican food cravings.
Latin American/Caribbean
It would be a grat pleasure to welcome you to Azuca, the first Nuevo Latino Restaurant in San Antonio. The idea of our Restaurant was inspired by a desire to unite the cuisine, service, and atmosphere of the Caribbean, Central and Latin America with all of its glamour and vitality in one place - Azuca. It is our absolute goal to consistently provide our guests with an enjoyable and unique dining experience. We do this by providing exceptional service, a unique Nueva Latino Cuisine, and a diverse palette of entertainment.
"Behind the glistening metal beaded chain curtain lays the ultra sleek Vbar, voted as the place to be seen in 2005 by the San Antonio Downtown Alliance. Enjoy your favorite cocktail at the lustrous black bar adorned with comfortable leather stools. Elegant and intimate, the small seating areas located throughout the lounge offer a more private setting. Gorgeous views of the Riverwalk with its giant cypress trees are at your feet when you step out onto the well-furnished spectacular stone terrace. Heightened by the lighted outdoor sconces at night, these views provide the ideal backdrop for an evening of pleasure and relaxation. "
Riverwalk Restaurants in San Antonio look to Biga as the standard for Fine Dining, Catering and Banquet Rooms. Biga on the Banks has a reputation for innovation among Riverwalk Restaurants in San Antonio and we are proud of our role in redefining San Antonio fine dining. Owner and Chef Bruce Auden is known for his culinary creativity, and offers flavors and cuisine that are sure to please. Biga welcomes the opportunity to share our innovative gourmet foods with you and hope that you will consider us when looking for fine dining on the San Antonio Riverwalk.
"Boudro's is an experience to savor, embracing all the flavor of our regional heritage with a distinctive menu of Texas and southwestern specialties. Relax in the cool, comfortable interior or take a sidewalk table right on San Antonio's renowned Riverwalk. Then it's time for the best food on the River, from smoked shrimp enchiladas and blackened prime rib to seafood straight from the Gulf. Boudro's is the ideal spot for intimate lunches or dinners as well as large parties and convention groups. We can accommodate you inside or on one of our special river barges, catered exactly to your taste. Experience Boudro's, a Texas bistro on the Riverwalk."
"Welcome to Fogo de Chão® (fo-go dèe shoun), an authentic Brazilian steakhouse. In 1979, Fogo® began sharing the gaucho way of preparing meat in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Today, our gaucho chefs still expertly grill each of our 15 cuts of meat and offer you continuous tableside service. We invite you to enjoy the delicious preparations of our gaucho chefs along with our gourmet salad bar, authentic Brazilian side dishes, and award-winning wine list. Welcome to Fogo de Chão. "
Step into the Francesca's at Sunset sensory dining experience. South Texas cuisine meets Southwestern flair to bring you distinctive, profound flavors. Working with Uncertain Farms, just outside San Antonio, the new, evolving "Farm-to-Table" menu features locally and naturally nurtured produce, resulting in seasonal, fresh fare. Enhance your culinary journey with a selection from our award-winning, hotel sommelier-developed wine list. Food and wine pairings available. Entertain your visual senses with commanding views of the sunset inside an artistically inspired ambiance.
A place that was created to celebrate the rich and delicious street foods from interior Mexico. From tacos al pastor in Mexico City, tlayudas in Oaxaca, to cocteles de mariscos from Veracruz, Mexico’s street foods are as unique and colorful as its traditions, culture and people. Come enjoy the food and drinks and you’ll soon realize... no hace falta morir para llegar a la Gloria.
"Built on three levels that descend down to the River Walk, the AAA four diamond Las Canarias is known for its romantic and relaxing atmosphere. Sitting under the graceful palms, watching the flow of the river, or being caught up in the festivities of people strolling by, diners are carried away to another place and time. Inside, Las Canarias recreates the graciousness that accompanies fine dining while providing the comfort that contemporary lifestyles demand. Las Canarias was voted Readers and Critics Choice for Best Hotel Restaurant by the San Antonio Express News for 2009. Las Canarias is ""American Refined."" It is a careful presentation of sight, smell, texture and taste. It is a ""celebration of food and wine."" If you want to eat, you can go anywhere, but if you want a truly memorable dining experience, then Las Canarias is the place. "
American/Italian & French Fusion
"Nestled in the heart of Castle Hills, Texas and surrounded with magnificent oak trees and manicured grounds lies The Lodge Restaurant, just 10 minutes north of downtown San Antonio, Texas. Chef Jason Dady's 4-Diamond Rated New American menu features an array of the freshest meats, poultry, seafood and produce, prepared utilizing country Italian techniques with French influences. "
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