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The cradle of Texan liberty, San Antonio is more than a historic city. It boasts some of the nation’s finest museums, great amusement parks, fine dining, and lively pubs and bars. Add to your San Antonio travel guide the Majestic Theatre and other of the city’s cultural highlights. If you like to see the city at its liveliest, San Antonio is best visited in February, when they hold the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, or in late April, for a a 10-day, city-wide, fun-filled, multi-cultural, family-oriented fiesta.

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Pearl

Still brewing, only shopping and events now

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Formerly the Pearl Brewery, this site is no a mixed use center for everything from film to food. It is home of the Center for Food of the Americas, a branch of the renowned Culinary Institute of America. Situated on the river, it is the perfect stopping off point of River Walk’s river pilots.

Shopping to tasting great Spanish cuisine, there’s something for everyone here. At Melissa Guerra’s store visitors can find just about any culinary gadget imaginable, and there are tons of Mexican curios and Latin American chocolates and wine at Pearl too.

A bookstore, and many other fine shops make this a must see attraction for any visitor. Be sure an check out the Stable, where the brewery’s draft horses were kept - it’s now a convention center.

Pearl
200 E. Grayson, Ste. 210, San Antonio, San Antonio
Phone
+1 210 212 7260
Website
www.pearlbrewery.com/
Hours
Hours vary by vendor, please check or call
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