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101 S Santa Rosa Ave (Commerce St)
"Focuses on the Latino experience in the US. Your second foursquare check in will earn you a free museum t-shirt."
The Institute of Texan Cultures
801 E Cesar E Chavez Blvd (Market St)
"The Asian Festival rolls around every Chinese New Year. Great food from all different countries, colorful cultural performances, and various trinkets for purchase make this a must-visit every year!"
The Guenther House
205 E Guenther
"Breakfast tacos are delicious! With a side of fruit it's a great way to start the day. Filling and inexpensive. Didn't have a pastry but WOW did they look good!! Super cute inside and out for seating."
Snacks · $$
103 E Jones Ave
"Everything is good here! Pulled pork, fries and curry chicken salad have been my faves. Beautiful spot on the River walk, and has a hip, family friendly environment."
Mexican · $$
100 E Grayson St (btwn Karnes St & Elmira St)
"Tried a number of things on the menu, and the only reliably wonderful items are the molcajetes, battered fish tacos and crispy chicken tacos."
Brewery · $$$
200 E Grayson St Ste 210
"Farmer's Market every Saturday. The best veggies sell out quick. The Goat Cheese stand makes some phenominal spreads, Saweet has outstand cupcakes to go, and SNIPSA normally socializes the rescue do"
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