Bells were rededicated to Robert H.H. Hugman
A trip back in time
If you feel like going on a picnic or eating out on that nice hotel balcony, why not stop at HEB's Central Market! On top of the regular grocery store items, they've got a great selection of home-made meals, salads and sandwiches, cheese from all over the world (we found an amazing one from Wales), cold cuts and pates, etc. They also offer a great selection of Texas and international wine and beer. You're sure to make some really great finds that will turn your picnic into a feast! I bought some Red Dragon, a cheddar cheese made with Welsh brown ale and mustard seeds, and a bottle of Sister Creek rose - sooooo good!!
We a trying to give each restaurant on the river a try, so on this trip we stopped in Cafe Ole. The food was ok, not great and nothing stood out. The major highlight was when the mariachi band came around to play. We had the fajitas for two and my son had the cheese enchiladas. The food was ok. The chips and salsa wasn't to die for either. We had a much better experience at Boudro's which was across the river.
Although a bit like a fast food restaurant, this is the best Sea Food place in San Antonio... save your money and enjoy an excellent sea food dinner in here!
Worthy contender:Papadeoux at 410, near 281. Fried Oysters: This are the best in town! They are so fresh, it's as thought they just cought them today.
This is *the* biggest tourist attraction in the state of Texas.
Home to the famous "Remember the Alamo" battle cry, this place is now huge tourist site filled with rich history of the famous Texas/Mexico battle (ok, technically this isn't the home of the original Alamo, but that's another story).
306 W Market St, San Antonio
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Address: 7719 Louis Pasteur Ct, San Antonio, TX 78229