Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Downtown Northeast
2755 N. Panam Expressway
San Antonio, TX 78208
Phone: (210) 229-9220
Fax: (210) 229-1242
Bars et cafés
Get your cowboy boots, your Wranglers and your kids together, because it's time to go two-steppin' with your friends and family. Here you'll find a relaxed, small-town atmosphere where people of all ages can talk, listen to local country music bands, dance, and enjoy beer and barbecue. Call for more information on special events, to reserve a table or to find out which bands are playing.
The Granary 'Cue and Brew puts a distinctive flavor in everything they serve, from the house-brewed beer to the Texas and international barbecue dishes. Sip on delightful local brews in a trendy atmosphere. Classics like Texas toast are served alongside more exotic menu options like brisket ramen and smoked cauliflower risotto. If beer isn't for you, they also have a good selection of wines from around the world.
This little restaurant is tucked away so well, you almost don't notice it. The multicultural cuisine makes decisions a challenge. Pasta, tapas, seafood, Mediterranean specialties and vegetarian dishes are popular on the menu list at Boardwalk Bistro. If you indulge, the award-winning wine list is extensive and offers several choices for even the most discriminating palate. Live entertainment, usually jazz music, is featured each Friday night. A more limited, less expensive menu is available for lunch.
Step inside an over 110-year-old building and enter into a foodie's paradise. The culinary expertise and use of natural ingredients make the food distinctively delicious. Try Blood Orange, Sweet Potato Agnolotti, Slow cooked Heritage Hog with smoked Abdouille and Okra. These mouth-watering dishes are complimented by fine selection of cocktails and wines. The cozy and comfortable ambiance make up for a perfect dining experience.
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.
Durty Nelly's, located on the River Walk on the river level of the Hilton hotel, is a rollicking good time. Pull up a chair, order a beer (or two) and sing along to the live music. The pianist takes requests and can play just about anything. Probably the most fun thing to do is munch on the peanuts and toss the shells on the floor. Yes, it is allowed!
The Ten Eleven is famous for the impressive array of live performances and musical extravaganzas it hosts throughout the year. Sip on a drink as you feast your eyes on the red décor and listen to some dazzling music. Genres like indie, alternative, rock, psychedelic, visual, rock and others find expression here. You can also choose to sit at the patio in the backyard with tables set in the form of a picnic arrangement. Call for more details on current and upcoming events and exact show times.
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.
Taste artfully crafted cocktails in an trendy yet friendly atmosphere at The Brooklynite. Ornate wallpaper, crystal chandeliers, and rococo-style furniture are some of the decorative touches that make this speakeasy unique. Friendly bartenders serve up delicious drinks like the Sangre y Tierra, made with mezcal, ginger, beet, and lime. If you're hungry, food trucks await outside the bar to help keep your night going.
If you don't love sinful desserts, delicious coffee and fine wines, then perhaps you should choose another place. Otherwise, enjoy them all while curled up on a big comfy couch, poised at an antique table, or relaxing on a shaded patio. This coffeehouse and wine bar is one of the best kept secrets in the city. As is common in this part of town, Candlelight draws a mixed crowd. For a conservative city, this establishment is decidedly gay friendly.
Nestled in a historic building in the St. Mary's strip, Hi-Tones is a collaboration between 2 brothers; Miguel and Danny Delgado. The dark cellar ambiance has an old world charm to it while the revolving artwork adorning the walls is refreshing. With over 27 varieties of bottled and draft beer and a menu of signature cocktails, the drinks are affordable and good quality. Hi-Tones is a not only a hip bar but also a contemporary music venue featuring bands like Dark Planes, Whiskey Ships, and Fear Snakeface.