8021 Alamo Downs Parkway, San Antonio, TX, US, 78238
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If you know that "TKO" means "technical knockout," then you're in the right place. Every boxing event, along with other major sports events, is televised on a 60-inch TV screen, as well as on others TVs strategically located throughout the bar.
If techno, trance, hip-hop and R&B suits your style then Zenbar Ultra Lounge is the perfect place to burn the dance floor either with your friends or by yourself. However, this may not be the only reason to visit this place, as Zenbar Ultra Lounge is a decent hangout that serves variety of beverages ranging from martinis, cocktails and beer. The interior of the house is cozy with the decor based on Buddhist themes. A perfect place to enjoy your drinks and mingle with the locals and tourists visiting the place. Call to know more.
There is nothing more special than spending your night out at a classy, chic and trendy place in Downtown San Antonio. Metro Houston is the city's newest member of nightclubs and lounges, offering its guests with a plush place to party at. Each evening you can find young 20-30 something's dancing away to the latest music. Some drop by to spend time out with friends and even make new ones. The place also doubles up as an events space, where private functions can be held. Call ahead or check website for more details.
Located along Downtown's busy Houston Street, which is surrounded by commercial hubs and establishments, Suede Lounge is a chic attempt to pull in crowd from the high-end working class. With elegance being its forte, you can enjoy the atmosphere of the neatly designed interiors and a stylish VIP room with a view to the open street on the mezzanine floor. However, the dance floor is where the party gets real with feet thumping mixes churned out by the DJ catering to house, trance and disco. A must visit for those ready to splurge for a luxurious and cozy night in the city. Call ahead to know more.
This is by far one of the happening restaurants on the River Walk, so diners can expect loud music, great food, cold beer and steely attitudes from the staff. Do not take your in-laws or your children; unless, of course, they can swig a long neck and crack crab legs with the best of 'em. The food here is good and has a definite Cajun flavor. All entrees either arrive in a bucket (craw fish and crab legs) or on top of butcher paper (hamburgers, ribs, chicken). It's messy, but fun. The crowd tends to get a little crazier the later it gets, as the restaurant gradually morphs into a full-fledged bar with live music every night.
Acapulco Sam's is a haven for party enthusiasts and revelers with a club and a bar occupying the 2 floors. Located on the beautiful and serene locale of beach side River Walk, the Acapulco Sam's has a capacity to host 12,500 guests at a time and comprises Sam's Beach Club on the second floor and Havana Ultra Lounge on the first. Each of these facilities is well equipped with various facilities and arrangements to host birthday parties and events along with variety of beverages. A perfect place to organize your weekend bash, visit their website to know more.
Located on the second floor of the building that houses Joe's Crab Shack on the famous River Walk avenue, Nerve Ana is a famous nightclub that caters to those who have grown up listening to classic rock of the 1990's. Here, you can enjoy the amazing atmosphere of the house while sipping on some exotic martinis and cocktails churned out by the bartenders. The friendly staff and a company of like minded people makes Nerve Ana a joyful party house. Open only on weekends, call ahead more details.
Totally retro, totally kitsch and totally fun. This dance club occupies three floors of a former office building overlooking the River Walk. The first floor features '90s and current music and is decked up with plenty of mirrors, silver tones and neon colors. Polly Esther's Disco holds court on the second floor and features music from the disco era. The '70s experience is complete with a "Saturday Night Fever"-style lighted disco floor, a Partridge Family bar and a Lava Lamp Lounge. Topping it all off is Polly Esther's Culture Club on the third floor. Take a nostalgia trip back into the '80s, complete with black light bars and a laser-lit "Purple Rain" dance floor. Drink specials, contests and cover charges vary.
Ultra-chic without trying too hard, Swig is San Antonio's ultimate martini and cigar bar. The full-service bar features more varieties of potent martinis than you can count. Along with delicious hors d'oeuvres, Swig offers the cigar afficionado perhaps the most complete humidor on the River Walk. Live jazz adds sizzle to the ambiance each night as this is easily one of the best spots to either start your evening or wind it down.
Combine two full-service bars with two talented dueling pianists and you have a recipe for wild, raucous fun. Howl at the Moon is a high-energy sing-along bar that gets louder and more fun as the night wears on. There is definitely a proportional relationship between alcohol and singing: the more alcohol you consume, the more you sing and usually louder and further off-key, too. Oddly, that is what makes this place a great choice when you are out with a crowd.
Just around a bend on the River Walk and located inside the hotel Hilton Palacio del Rio, Ibiza Patio Restaurant and Bar is a cool place for outdoor dining. Innovative Mediterranean and South Texan cuisine are delectable to taste. Enjoy the music by live bands on Saturday nights. Sip on some luscious wine and enjoy this memorable dining experience.
The Bonham Exchange, simply known as "The Bonham," is a large and popular nightclub a couple of blocks away from River center Mall. Although the Bonham still primarily sees itself as a lesbian/gay club, times have changed and the club now boasts a more diverse clientele. Dance on one of the club's three dance floors and when you are hot and tired, enjoy a drink on the patio. If you are hungry, you can usually find someone selling tacos or hamburgers. There is a small room between the first and second floors of the main dance floor with newspapers, flyers and other information about the lesbian/gay community.