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You can't get more Texas than Pearl beer. This brewery is a beautiful landmark that stands out when driving on the highways around downtown. The limestone structure is now used for events, excercise classes, a culinary institute and more. You can...more
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I highly recommend going on a weekend during the farmers market. They have lots of unique foods for sale. The band is playing kids are dancing and dogs are barking. Very cool family atmosphere. Great hang out area on the grass. Excellent drinks.
Walked here from our hotel on the river walk. The walk was beautiful. Experienced the farmers market and it was cool to see so much happening. Local venders and families of all shapes and sizes. We walked around the hotel lobby. So cool to see....More
This is a must do in the San Antonio area. The history of the old Pearl Brewery is wonderful and what they have done to the area is fantastic. This area is extremely pet friendly and has everything from fine dining to picnicking on the...More
This is a must stop when anywhere in the San Antonio or Central Texas area. The Pearl Brewery District has many bars and restaurants and shopping opportunities. They have amazing food in a wide variety high end restaurants or easy to access food court. They...More
This is the type of area I love. Shops, restaurants, pet and kid friendly, indoor and outdoor spaces. A great place to gather with friends and family or just relax as a couple. We were there in late June and it was too hot during...More
What a great place, we went out on the Saturday and they had a farmers market which was very interesting.
Great architecture with lots of things to see.
We then visited the Emma Hotel which is a must.
There are always a variety of locally grown produce and other food goods available on Saturdays for the farmer's market. Live music is usually on, as are fountains for kids and pets to enjoy (make sure dogs are leashed). Early morning is best May-Sept to...More
This property is absolutely amazing! A former brewery, this 22 acre complex is now home to mixed use space including a hotel, restaurants, bars, locally-owned stores, residential space, a public square and more. The property (including the extraordinary Hotel Emma) is decorated with old equipment...More