San Antonio: Things to do this weekend?

pronstar

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Last minute trip…heading down this evening, staying on the Riverwalk.

It’ll be me, Mrs Pronstar, a friend of hers, and the Boy who’s not quite 5 months old.

We’ve been there quite a few times, so any hidden gems you locals might know about would be great.

Too much outside probably ain’t gonna fly with the Boy, so something like hiking will have to wait for another time.

Indoor stuff is a plus.

Any recos y’all can share would be great.
Restaurants, historical stuff (we’ve been to the Alamo a few times), museums, fun stuff…literally any suggestion would be most welcome and appreciated


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Don't remember any names , but try some hole in the wall mom and pop Mexican restaurants. Better than any tourist attraction eatery.

I agree. Many times, some of the smaller family owned restaurants have some really great food. The wife and I prefer then since many times they aren't as crowded, and the service and food can be much better. Sometimes even a bit cheaper too.
 

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Last minute trip…heading down this evening, staying on the Riverwalk.

It’ll be me, Mrs Pronstar, a friend of hers, and the Boy who’s not quite 5 months old.

We’ve been there quite a few times, so any hidden gems you locals might know about would be great.

Too much outside probably ain’t gonna fly with the Boy, so something like hiking will have to wait for another time.

Indoor stuff is a plus.

Any recos y’all can share would be great.
Restaurants, historical stuff (we’ve been to the Alamo a few times), museums, fun stuff…literally any suggestion would be most welcome and appreciated


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