Value Place San Antonio

6922 Interstate Highway 35, San Antonio, Texas, 78218, United States
Value Place San Antonio (Northeast - Fort Sam)
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The Sporting Location in town

by ATXtraveler

One of the largest buildings in downtown San Antonio is home to the Alamo Dome, an extremely large multiuse stadium built with the original intention of a NFL football team. The San Antonio Spurs played here for several years until recently when they moved to a new arena north of town. The Alamo Dome is still the home to the Alamo Bowl college football game, the NCAA Final Four on multiple occasions, and various other large scale events. Eventually, San Antonio might be able to attract an NFL team and if so, this will likely be their venue of choice.

Theater in a Historic Treasure

by TexasDave about The Majestic Theater

Built in 1929, closed in 1974, and reopened in 1989 after a $4.5 million restoration. It is the venue for many touring companies of Broadway shows, concerts, and The San Antonio Symphony.
Check to see what might be playing when you're in town to enjoy the show and, best of all, the intricate Art Deco architecture.

Attitude with your Meal

by ATXtraveler about Dick's Last Resort

Do you like verbal abuse when you eat, drink and be merry? If so, then Dick’s on the Riverwalk is definitely your place to go eat. The waiters and waitresses here definitely have it in for you, and there crude style of waiting is exactly why people actually go here. The only place where I consistently had worse service is actually in Australia, where the empathy level for their job makes waiting tables laughable at best. Here at Dick’s though, rude is what you are paying for, because it surely is not the food.
…… I would recommend the Dolly Parton.... its two plump juicy chicken breasts.

FORT SAM HOUSTON

by mtncorg

Originally, the Army was stationed around the Alamo after coming to San Antonio in 1845. The Army then moved out here in 1876, evolving from an original 92 acres to over 3000 today. This was the largest Army post in the continental United states from 1910 until World War II.

Today, the main post is located east and south of a vast Parade Ground - jogging around the entire Parade Ground will score you a five mile run, something I used to do daily in my gung ho days - and officer family quarters are across on the other side.

The best place to start a visit to the Fort is to head to the Fort Sam Houston Museum located out near the southwestern edge of the Parade Grounds. Like most military posts today, Fort Sam is not open as it was in the days of my training. To enter, with identification, you need to pick up a daily visitor pass at one of three gates - the main two being Walters Street Gate on the south side of the post reached off I-35 and the Harry Wurzbach Road Gate reached on the north side of the post. The Fort was recognized for its historical importance in 1975 and comprises the largest collection of historical structures of any Department of Defense installation. Fifteen thousand people work on the post - ten thousand military and five thousand civilian - and it is interesting to note that two US Presidents - Dwight Eisenhower and Theodore Roosevelt - and some 13 Army Chiefs of Staff have served here at Fort Sam.

Note: to get around Fort Sam Houston, as most soldiers sadly find out quickly, you really need a car to get past the summer heat - I was here for six weeks where everyday was over 100 F with the nights never cooling as much as I had hoped (98 degrees at 10 PM!) - and the vastly laid out set up of the Fort.

Salsa!

by lisa_lise

If you're up for salsa dancing, Friday nights at Rosario's shouldn't be missed. Rosario's Mexican Cafe y Cantina is a Mexican restaurant downtown. The space used to be a gallery, so it's got great vaulted ceilings, store-front glass windows and bright colored walls. The meals are a little overpriced and not so great--you should probably stick to drinks and dancing. If you must eat a meal, I recommend the mushroom enchiladas--unique and fairly tasty.

On Friday nights only, they have a live band and salsa dancing. Everyone is friendly and people usually change partners with each new song. You'll see people of all skill levels, but last time I was there I saw 2 couples that were especially good. Ever seen a woman dipped to the floor by only a hand on her neck? You will at Rosario's.

See website link below for full menu and directions.

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