Garcia Art Glass, Inc

715 S. Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205
(210) 354-4681

Garcia Art Glass was founded in 1998. After receiving her B.F.A. in industrial and environmental design, Gini eventually opened a hot glass design and fabrication center that specializes in the creation of one-of-a-kind blown glass lighting and sculpture, including tablescapes and art for the wall. These creations, made to client specifications, range from the functional to the whimsical for homes, corporate offices, restaurants, and hospitals. Recently, she traveled to Murano, Italy and studied the “Chandelier for the New Millennium.”
Using blown glass as a filter for light, each of Gini’s creations is designed with the overall environment in mind. Recent clients include AT&T, Wells Fargo, United Way, Volvo, and Warner Brothers, as well as numerous restaurants and hundreds of residential commissions. Garcia Art Glass, Inc. employs talented team members with a combined experience of fifty years in design, blown [...]

Charles A James Bicycle Company

114 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78205
San Antonio’s oldest bicycle shop
Quality service since 1920
“We Service What We Sell” expresses the spirit of C.A. James Bicycle Company. We have been selling and keeping quality bicycles road-worthy since the shop opened in 1920.

Actually we are happy to “service what anybody one sells.” Even if your bike came from a discount or department store, a personal treasure of many years, a family heirloom, or a classic of unknown origin. Whatever the brand or age and wherever it was purchased, C.A. James Bicycle Company will provide you with the best service and repairs.

But we are not stuck in the past. We evolve. In today’s world we work with all types of bicycles and riders. If you are a serious cyclists or racing pro, or a new-comer to the world of biking, you will find what you need at our [...]

Del Sol San Antonio

321 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205

Del Sol is the world’s leading brand of color-changing clothing and accessories. Have fun in the sun with Del Sol shirts, shorts, nail polish, hats, jewelry, hair clips, sunglasses and much more that all change color in the sun. Del Sol’s color-changing products are one color outside in the sun and then return to their original color indoors. Remember hypercolor clothing? It’s just like that – only better. No sweaty blotches all over like hypercolor; rather color-changing clothing changes one color outdoors with sun and another color indoors without sun.

Don Yarton Antiques & Accessories

100 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78215
(210) 224-1434

Alamo Antique Mall

125 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78205 –
Phone: (210) 224-4354 – Antiques


Alamo Antique Mall Storefront
A Great Place To Shop Downtown
With 3 Full Floors Of Quality Antiques

Just Few Of The Many Things We Have:

Life Magazine
Estate Liquidation
Buy – Sell – Best Prices Paid
One Piece Or Full House

We Ship!


Pearl Brewery

200 E. Grayson
San Antonio, Texas 78215
Phone (210) 212-7260 

Pearl, located north of downtown San Antonio, provides a unique experience as a top culinary and cultural destination. The mixed-use space features retail, dining, picturesque green spaces and paseos, a riverside amphitheater, educational institutions such as the Aveda Institute and the third campus of the Culinary Institute of America. As a former brewery operating from 1883 to 2001, Pearl reflects a vivid past while embracing the future with LEED-certified complexes mixed with historic architecture.

The 22-acre Pearl site is home to the Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio and Aveda Institute San Antonio and the year-round Pearl Farmers Market. Pearl restaurants include Il Sogno Italian Osteria and the Sandbar Fish House and Market, both by CIA graduate and James Beard Award-nominated chef Andrew Weissman, La Gloria Ice House by CIA graduate chef Johnny Hernandez, NAO New World Flavors, from The [...]

La Villita

418 Villita St # 900A  San Antonio, TX 78205-2926
(210) 207-8610

Located on the south bank of the San Antonio River, La Villita was San Antonio’s first neighborhood. It was originally a settlement of primitive huts for the Spanish soldiers stationed at the Mission San Antonio Valero (the Alamo). After a flood in 1819, brick, stone and adobe houses replaced the earlier structures. In 1836, La Villita was the site of General Santa Ana’s cannon line in the Battle of the Alamo and a map from early that year showed the village to be of considerable size.

Late in the 19th century European immigrants from Germany and France moved into the area. These pioneers became San Antonio’s business leaders, bankers, educators, and craftsmen. The cultural mix that occurred at this time is best illustrated by the variety of architectural styles reflected in La Villita’s buildings. The architecture portrays the evolution of [...]

El Mercado-Market Square

514 W. Commerce, San Antonio, TX 78207
Phone: (210) 207-8600
Fax: (210) 207-4287

The rich culture of San Antonio abounds throughout the plazas of Market Square. A three-block outdoor plaza lined with restaurants, shops and produce stands near San Antonio’s city center, Market Square is the largest Mexican market in the U.S. It is one of America’s top -ten outdoor markets according to Frommer’s. Dozens of shops sell everything from hand-embroidered dresses to leather belts. Market Square’s working artists, musicians, dancers and major cultural events give it a rich and lively cultural atmosphere. Visitors browse through 32 shops at “El Mercado,” and 80 specialty shops in the Farmers Market Plaza. Market Square is also the scene of many Hispanic festivals where food and beverage booths spring up alongside Guadalajara lamps while the sounds of mariachi music blends with the excitement of Mexican dances

Market Square – El Mercado

514 W. Commerce San Antonio TX 78207
Phone: (210) 207-8600 Fax: (210) 207-4287

From early morning until late at night, Market Square is alive with activity. Visitors browse through the 32 shops at “El Mercado,” an area patterned after an authentic Mexican market. In addition, there are 80 specialty shops in Farmers Market Plaza. Market Square is also the scene of many Hispanic festivals where food and beverage booths spring up alongside the Guadalajara lamps and the strains of mariachi music blend with the excitement of Mexican dances. Free admission. Hours: 10 a.m.-8 p.m., summer 10 a.m.-6 p.m., winter. Stores closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day and Easter.