Events & Attractions
Landrace Tasting Tuesdays
Tuesdays are the new Thursdays! Take your happy hour to Landrace – first taste is always on us!
Off The Record – Live Music Series
Experience San Antonio’s top local talent at The Moon’s Daughters every Tuesday from 7:00pm – 9:00pm. Enjoy live music and the best views in the city.
1009 Avenue B, San Antonio 78215
A 10 minute walk from Thompson San Antonio. El Camino is the perfect spot to bring together friends family and furry companions. Enjoy a variety of foods from local food trucks and craft beer and cocktails. You can find live music from local talents every weekend. @elcaminosa
King William / Southtown the Arts District
Just past the hustle an dbustle of downtown, you’ll find Southtown the Arts District. Southown encompasses a large creative community and is unique with a mix of artists, locally-owned bars, coffee shops, boutiques, museums and art galleries. You can also find King William, a Victorian-inspired neighborhood filled with history and charm.
239 E. Grayson Street, San Antonio 78215
New Upscale Tex-Mex! Carriqui embraces the ideas, flavors, rituals, and cultures that harmonize here in San Antonio. We are dedicated to showcasing South Texas Foodways—from the Rio Grande Valley to the Texas coast and north to San Antonio. Our menu features fresh seafood from the Texas coast, botana platters worthy of the Rio Grande Valley, barbacoa and brisket cooked in pits forged in the Texas Hill Country, and regional standards like nachos, enchiladas, fajitas, and our soon-to-be famous margaritas. @carriquitx
Downtown, San Antonio, Texas 78205 United States (0.45 mi)
This must-see historic landmark is the most visited in all of Texas and is just a five-minute walk from Thompson San Antonio – Riverwalk. Take a self-guided tour of the 300-year-old mission and learn about the 1886 battle long remembered.
Briscoe Western Art Museum
210 W Market St, San Antonio,, Texas 78205 United States (0.58 mi)
Stroll the galleries and sculpture garden of this modern museum breathing life into the Old West. Stagecoaches, sculptures, paintings, and more illustrate the dramatic crossroads of cultures, ideas, and commerce of San Antonio’s past.
San Antonio Museum of Art
200 W Jones Ave, San Antonio, Texas 78215 United States (0.69 mi)
With a fine arts collection that spans 5,000 years, this art museum’s collections include paintings, sculptures, photographs, and more — all housed in a historic brewery along the banks of the River Walk. This gem is just a four-minute walk from Thompson San Antonio – Riverwalk.
306 Pearl Pkwy UNIT 101, San Antonio, Texas 78215 United States (1.04 mi)
A charcuterie-focused menu pairs regional ingredients with organic methods to create cured foods handcrafted with love. Start with a cheese plate or signature charcuterie board and move on to a 30-day dry-aged ribeye or chicken-fried chicken livers.
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
6701 San Jose Dr, San Antonio, Texas 78214 United States (4.74 mi)
Immerse yourself in the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Texas. Four of the first five Spanish frontier missions dating back to 1700s are connected by a 10-mile path that you can hike, bike or drive.
Guadalupe River State Park
3350 Park Rd 31, Spring Branch, Texas 78070 United States (30.2 mi)
Refresh in the cool waters of this scenic river and swimming hole. Canoe, tube, swim, or fish the waters and hike, horseback ride or mountain bike 13 miles of trails through the forest.
280 Marina, Canyon Lake, Texas 78133 United States (37.3 mi)
Take in the beautiful scenery or get active. Fish for bass, rent a boat, hike the 31 trails, or hunt for fossils at this scenic reservoir — located 40-mile away, through scenic ranchland, beautiful pastures, tree tunnels, and wide-open Texas skies.
112 W Main St, Fredericksburg, Texas 78624 United States (64.2 mi)
In the heart of Texas Wine Country, this quaint German village offers Hill Country charm, small boutiques, local restaurants, live music, and more along its historic Main Street.
Landrace Tasting Tuesdays