Park Inn San Antonio North

10811 Interstate 35 North, San Antonio, Texas, 78233, United States
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What to Do and Eat on Riverwalk

by ghannan

I am heading to San Antonio for a convention near the end of November. I won't have a car, so I was hoping for some ideas of what to do and eat around the Riverwalk area. I will have limited time to do things as I will be attending the convention, but I was hoping to check out some of the area while I was there. Thanks for your advice!

Re: What to Do and Eat on Riverwalk

by danmillwall

Hello Mate,

Not sure if this will help much but I have been looking at San Antanio as I am going for a day in November,

I have heard that the Riverwalk and the Alamo are both close together and worth seeing, it seems that doing both will talk at least half a day so maybe thats all you need to do.

Actually I dont think my advice is very good so I will keep an eye on this for my own research

Anyway heard its nice so have a good one

Re: What to Do and Eat on Riverwalk

by Dabs

We stayed on the Riverwalk and were able to walk over to the Alamo, it's free and definitely worth a visit. The one place we really loved for food was Boudro's, their guacamole is delicious and made tableside, I heard they had a good drink too with prickly pears (Margarita maybe?) Lunch was easier to get a table and less expensive as well.

If you like looking at architecture, the King William district had a lot of nice old homes, we walked but it was a bit of a hike, there is also a trolley that goes over there. And just walking the riverwalk is nice, it's filled with shops and restaurants.

Re: What to Do and Eat on Riverwalk

by ATXtraveler

You will absolutely be able to walk through most of the downtown San Antonio area without a car. It is a relatively small downtown district, and all roads lead to the Riverwalk. The Alamo is located just above the Riverwalk, with plenty of signs pointing toward it.

Your best bet on options of what to see and eat while there are in the travel guides and tips from posters. Quite a few of us have put effort into writing those restaurant reviews to ensure you have a good time, so please do have a look.

Travel Tips for San Antonio

Start at the heart of the city: downtown

by darthmilmo

Take a stroll downtown. Start by walking through the River Walk. When you have your filling, head to the streets and follow the crowd to see the historic Alamo. If you are not the walking type, then grab one of the trolly like buses or perhaps even take a romantic ride on one of the horse drawn carriages.


by Ariannrhod

Well you can't see them
but behind my dad's big old head are
windmills creating energy!

Their are hundreds of these for about 10 or 15 miles going down the I10 it'S really something else!

The bar in The Menger Hotel...

by Kay_C

The bar in The Menger Hotel -Menger Bar
This bar is in a historic hotel built in 1859 and is a reproduction of The House of Lord's Pub. Teddy Roosevelt recruited his 'rough-riders' here for the Spanish-American War. It is a beautiful bar where I wish the walls could talk!

Elegant Tex-Mex

by TexasDave about Acenar

This upscale Tex-Mex restaurant is located at a quiter section of the Riverwalk, which in my opinion makes eating there all the more enjoyable. The outside tables are on a terrace a little above the Riverwalk itself so you get to look out over the whole area and don't have to put up with people gawking at you eating as they pass by.
Inside on the street level there is a very modern techno-style bar which is quite busy evenings and weekends. There are several items on the menu that you won't see at most restaurants in the area. Cochinito Pibil (pork slow roasted with spices in banana leaves) is one example and is my favorite plate here.

Remember the Alamo

by geeyook

The Alamo is actually a small part of the original Mission San Antonio de Valero constructed in 1718. It is perhaps the most famous and recognized place in Texas and the world. In 1836, 189 Texians fought to the death against 1,800 Mexican troops in a 13 day seige in the name of freedom. "Remember the Alamo" became the now famous battle cry of the Texas Revolution. The Alamo is a Texas shrine and is considered hallowed ground.
The Alamo is opened daily and admission is free.


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