Comfort Suites Alamo/River walk
505 Live Oak Street
San Antonio, TX 78202
Phone: (210) 227-5200
Fax: (210) 227-5202
Bars et cafés
The Warehouse Music Venue is a popular event space that hosts a large number of live acts, touring acts, music performances and the like. Featuring a number of genres like ska, rock, punk among others, the nightly events are sure to make you come back for more.You can also hire the space to hire private events and parties. Entry for shows from 7p. Call for more details on current and upcoming events and exact show times.
A fixture in San Antonio since 1948, Tucker's Kozy Korner has maintained its cool vibe through the decades. They offer a full bar and a menu of snacks like wings and sweet potato fries. What keeps people coming back, though, is the DJ spinning some Motown sounds that really get you dancing. If you get too warm on the dance floor, head to the outdoor patio to relax and cool off.
Located in the Menger Hotel, the Menger Bar is full of history - and ghosts, some would have you believe. This is the place where Teddy Roosevelt recruited his Rough Riders, and you'll find photos of him here, as well as plenty of historic memorabilia. Enjoy Texas beer, whiskey, and other drinks in this bar that was built in 1887 and some say is haunted. The decor is true to the era in which it was built, except for the flat-screen TV on the wall.
Drop by the River Terrace Lounge in Hyatt Regency Hotel for some cocktails. This is not just another hotel bar, but is a great pace for those who like to spend some time alone. Try out an espresso or a refreshing cup of Starbucks coffee and for there health conscious there is nothing better than a glass of fruit juice. If you need that alcohol...don't worry, River Terrace Lounge has some Margaritas and Martinis too! You can stand by the window and absorb the gorgeous view over the river.
Look for the statue of the Scotsman in full regalia to locate this fun bar with a British/Scottish theme on the River Walk. Enjoy a wide selection of both imported and local beers on tap while watching the crowds pass by from your patio table. The menu is definitely pub-oriented, but its offerings are rather tasty. Expect the usual steaks, fish and chips and sandwiches. While the food is good, the fun atmosphere, billiard tables, dart board, video games and large beer selection are the main attractions. Mad Dogs is open late and thus is a good place to end your evening.
Club Sirius is located right of the River Walk in San Antonio, making it a convenient destination for fun, drinks, and dancing. During the day, stop by and lounge with friends, enjoying a Lone Star or a michelada. A DJ takes over for the jukebox at night, so you can hit the dance floor after a couple of shots from their menu of over 100. The atmosphere is lively, with people gathering to dance and enjoy flavorful cocktails and Texas beer.
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.
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 goes on. Musicians take requests, so you can hear your favorite tunes sung by a huge crowd of people. Enjoy jello shots and cocktails - which are sometimes served in huge buckets - in a lively atmosphere. Right on the River Walk, it's conveniently located.
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.
A town not dearth of loud and happening bar-cum-clubs that cater to all kinds of people, the H2O Lounge comes as a respite for those seeking for a fun mixture of coziness as well as vibrancy in its atmosphere. Here, one can enjoy conversations over drinks, and as the mood is set, one can also indulge in some reveling and tap a feet or two to the beats of the music churned out by the DJ. A jolly good time is guaranteed once you visit the H2O Lounge. Call to know more.
It all started in 1881 when trappers, hunters and cowboys traded deer antlers for beer or whiskey at Albert Friedrich's saloon. Now, the saloon/museum's Hall of Horns, Hall of Feathers and Hall of Fins house not only the largest, but also some of the most impressive collections of native and exotic wildlife around. If you're squeamish about mounted deer heads, fish and fowl, then don't go. If you're awed by how large deer antlers can grow to be, by just how large of a mouth that a large-mouth bass can have, or at the wingspan of native turkeys, then you'll love this place. You can even bring in a set of antlers or a stuffed fish to trade at the bar for a whiskey or sarsaparilla.