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  • 9.2

    Paramour

    Cocktail Bar 102 9th St San Antonio, TX

    People also say (23 tips):

    • Eddie W.
      Eddie Williams: "Excellent view of the city with some of the Best Cocktails and Cocktail Enthusiast's on the Planet. Really!"
  • 8.8

    The Esquire Tavern

    Cocktail Bar 155 E Commerce St San Antonio, TX

    People also say (172 tips):

    • Joshua V.
      Joshua Van Dyk: "This is The best bar in San Antonio. Hands-down! The night we were there they have a live jazz quartet it was awesome. It didn't even feel like I was in Texas. I highly recommend it!"
  • 9.4

    The San Antonio River Walk

    Pedestrian Plaza San Antonio River San Antonio, TX

    People also say (301 tips):

    • Tiger T.
      Tiger T: "As long as you don't stroll up to the street level and stay on the river walk path, you can enjoy any of your favorite alcoholic beverages along the river!!!"
  • 9.0

    Pete's Takos

    Mexican Restaurant 1022 N Main Ave San Antonio, TX

    People also say (24 tips):

    • Lexy C.
      Lexy Cruz: "Great, great tacos. Try the beans, papas and bacon taco. Also, the coffee is delicious. One of the few breakfast taco places open on Sunday (until 3p.)"
  • 8.9

    Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse

    Brazilian Restaurant 849 E Commerce St #393 San Antonio, TX

    People also say (89 tips):

    • Gregory G.
      Gregory Garcia: "Everything is amazing. They have a market bar with prosciutto, manchego cheese, caprese salad with yellow tomatoes, maple black pepper salad. If you ask for water it comes in two liter bottles."
  • 9.0

    Texas de Brazil - San Antonio

    Restaurant 313 E Houston St San Antonio, TX

    People also say (25 tips):

    • Kristen👸🏻 B.
      Kristen👸🏻 Benson: "Cost is about $60 per person, all you can eat. Fond is EXCEPTIONAL, and the atmosphere great. I love this place. Sign up for emails from them for great coupons ($25 BIRTHDAY certificate!)"

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  • 9.0

    San Antonio Museum of Art

    Museum 200 W Jones Ave San Antonio, TX

    People also say (28 tips):

    • Cecelia G.
      Cecelia Garcia: "Free Tuesdays from 4pm-9pm...no admission fee during these times.Sundays 10am-noon no admission fee...admission starts at noon.Every first Sunday of the month is family day...bring in ur kiddos!"
    • d3 f.
      d3 fluffy: "Free admission on Sunday from 10-noon. On 4/17 the museum European art collections is closed to the public. They offered free Rodin collection to make up for it."
  • 8.9

    The Briscoe Western Art Museum

    Art Museum 210 W Market St San Antonio, TX

    People also say (13 tips):

    • Super D.
      Super Dad: "Free admission on Tuesdays from 4pm -to- 6pm!!! Nice western exhibits! Family really enjoyed it & kids really liked the miniature mock up of the Alamo!"
    • Visit San Antonio
      Visit San Antonio: "Visit San Antonio's newest museum! The Briscoe Western Art Museum preserves and interprets the art, history, and culture of the American West through engaging exhibitions and educational programs."
  • 9.1

    San Fernando Cathedral

    Church 115 W Main Plz San Antonio, TX

    People also say (41 tips):

    • Corrie D.
      Corrie Davidson: "Even the weddings are open to the public if you want to witness a big moment in someone's life while admiring the historic church, stained glass, organ and architecture."
    • Visit San Antonio
      Visit San Antonio: "Often considered the heart and soul of San Antonio, San Fernando Cathedral has played an integral part of the city's growth.  Built in 1738, its history includes both religious and secular duties."

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