Love Where You Live: A Guide to Neighborhoods in San Antonio

One of the best things about living in San Antonio is that it is truly a family-friendly city. From restaurants to parks to school choices, San Antonio offers a wonderful environment in which to raise children. San Antonio is also a very large city, and there are many different areas of town, each with its own distinct personality.

It can be overwhelming to navigate the various neighborhoods, so we asked our contributors to share information about their areas of town, including why their families chose to live where they do. We worked with our resident Realtor®, Lorena Pena, to find more information about each area of town.

So whether you are new to San Antonio and trying to decide in which area of town to settle or a current San Antonian who is curious about different areas of town, we hope you enjoy our guide to Neighborhoods in San Antonio!

A Guide to Neighborhoods in San Antonio

North Side

The far north side consists of the vast area outside of Loop 1604 between I-10 and I-35, including the communities along 281 North toward Bulverde.

Why I Love Where I Live

To me, living on the far north side of San Antonio is kind’of the best of both worlds: I get to enjoy the beauty of the Hill Country landscape and isolation from the hullabaloo of urban life without feeling disconnected. Traffic is the worst part about living outside of 1604, but barring rush hour, I can usually be anywhere in San Antonio I want to go in 20 to 30 minutes. The “newness” of this side of town appeals to me—most homes in my neck of the woods are fewer than 20 years old—and many communities around here include security gates, which, coupled with a fairly low violent crime rate, makes me feel confident in my family’s safety. While the area outside of 1604 isn’t really known for its unique culture or trendiness, it does boast some pretty cool hotspots, including the JW Marriott, Top Golf, and Tejas Rodeo, among hundreds of retailers and dozens of restaurants. With so many available options in such close proximity, I would rarely have to venture outside of this area of town if I didn’t choose to—and this comes with an added bonus: Spending a day at the Pearl or an evening on the River Walk almost feels like a vacation in my own city! —Taylor

We live north of 1604 but are equidistant from 281 and I-10, and we’re lucky that everything in and around San Antonio takes 20 minutes for us. We use this to our advantage to get out and about all over this fine city, but when we want to stay close to home, we’ve got great options nearby too. Bonus for being able to get big box shopping done off 281 at The Village at Stone Oak or off I-10 at La Cantera and The Rim. —Ashley

My family was drawn to the Stone Oak/Canyon Springs/Cibolo Canyons area of North Central San Antonio by the rolling hills, views, and trees. Living here, we get a taste of the Hill Country yet are close to city conveniences. It was most important for us to live in a neighborhood feeding into the award-winning NEISD schools. If you have someone in the family who travels regularly, as we do, it is wonderful to be within a 15-minute drive to the airport yet without the air traffic flying overhead! —Erin

Parks and Play: Tejas RodeoBullis County ParkEisenhower ParkParman LibraryLittle GymAlamo Drafthouse, Santikos Palladium IMAX, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Mays YMCA, Main Event

Located just off of Blanco about 10 miles from 1604, Tejas Rodeo is one of our favorite places to spend a fun evening out as a family.

Located just off of Blanco Rd. about 10 miles outside of 1604, Tejas Rodeo is one of our favorite places to spend a fun evening out as a family.

Family-Friendly Dining: Lupe TortillaWillie’s Grill & Ice House, Jim’s, Big’z Burger Joint, Beefy’s Backyard, La Hacienda de Los Barrios

Date Night Spots: 18 OaksCopa Wine BarKnife & Fork Gastropub, Stonewerks, Aldaco’s, Bar Louie, Brick House, Alamo Drafthouse

18 Oaks at the JW Marriott is always a Date Night favorite.

18 Oaks at the JW Marriott is always a Date Night favorite.

Favorite Shops and Boutiques: Lucky Thread Embroidery Boutique, Moon Mippy, Best Friends Kids Boutique, The Village at Stone Oak, The Vineyard

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $225,000–$245,000

School Districts: Northeast ISD, Northside ISD, Comal ISD

North Central

Blossom Park in the North Central area of San Antonio.

Blossom Park in the North Central area of San Antonio

Located outside Loop 410 and inside Loop 1604, North Central boasts many established neighborhoods that are conveniently located near main thoroughfares.

Why I Love Where I Live

North Central San Antonio is a great fit for our family because of the sheer convenience of location. Our neighborhood is just off of Bitters at 281. We are 15 minutes from just about everywhere in the city and love that we have access to the great things about all of our neighboring neighborhoods. —Amanda

When we first moved to San Antonio we did a whirlwind search of neighborhoods, looking at one house per. We accidentally settled on the north side in a neighborhood that, even years later, I’m not sure what it’s called. San Pedro Hills? Thousand Oaks adjacent? But I have loved it. It is not too far out, nor too far in. Convenient to get to the Zoo or to the Stone Oak area, with easy access to 1604, too. The people in our neighborhood seem either mostly older, having already raised their families, or families with young children. People wave and say “hi” and help you keep your trash can out of the street. The worst part is the sidewalk situation: For whatever reason, the neighborhood planners did not account for strollers. Sidewalks are narrow and disrupted by mailboxes cemented in, so one is forced to awkwardly go around them. We do most of our stroller walks in the road, tucked as safely to the side as possible. But that’s what everyone else does too, so drivers seem to be careful to share the road. —Jessica

Parks and Play: Clay CasaEmbassy Mini Golf, Bowlero, Walker Ranch ParkGymboreeThe Little GymThe YMCA at Thousand Oaks/Henderson PassBrook Hollow Branch LibraryMorgan’s WonderlandAlamo GymnasticsMcAllister Park, (Virgil T.) Blossom Park (lots of deer!)

Family-Friendly Dining: Alamo Cafe, MoMak’s Backyard Malts & BurgersMagnolia Pancake Haus, EZs, El Mirasol

Date Night Spots: Alamo Drafthouse movie with late-night margaritas at El Jarro de Arturo

Favorite Shops and Boutiques: Northwoods, The Alley on Bitters

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $199,000–$290,000

School Districts: Northeast ISD, Northside ISD

Far West Side

The Far West Side is bordered by I-10 to the north, Highway 90 to the south, 410 to the east, and includes Loop 1604 and beyond to the west. Bandera Road and Highway 151 cut through the center of the area. Neighborhoods within the West Side that are rapidly growing include the Alamo Ranch, 151, and Kallison Ranch areas.

Why I Love Where I Live

If all the neighborhoods of San Antonio were in a beauty pageant, the Far West Side would win Miss Congeniality. We may not be the prettiest, but we have culture and personality! There’s plenty to do and plenty to eat, and you can get a real taste of San Antonio without fighting for parking. We’re not too far from the city, and a short drive from the big wide open spaces. —Amy

We landed on the west side of San Antonio when we moved here eight years ago because it was centrally located for both of our jobs. One of the reasons we’ve grown to love our neighborhood is the way it offers big-city experiences without the big-city feel. From the West Side we are just 25 minutes from all the history and excitement of downtown, less than 15 minutes from both SeaWorld and Fiesta Texas, and within 10 minutes in several directions from a wide variety of shopping and entertainment. Being near the outskirts of the city also puts us within easy driving range of smaller towns like Helotes that have their own unique character. Even though we’re so close to all of these exciting places, our neighborhood is quiet, safe, and clean, which gives us that “small town in a big city” feel we love. —Katie

Parks and Play: Aztec indoor soccerK1 Speed Indoor Go-KartsLaserQuestMain EventHeritage Duck PondPump It UpFlipzSeaWorld & AquaticaTom Slick ParkLeon Creek Greenway System

Family-Friendly Dining: Teppanyaki Grill and BuffetRudy’sTaqueria El Charro de JaliscoBig Daddy’s Eats & TreatsThe Block (food truck park near UTSA), Big’z Burger Joint, El Chaparral (great patios and outdoor play areas), Pericos, Rome’s Pizza, Grady’s BBQ, Chuy’s

Date Night Spots: BJsJerusalem GrillMina & Dimi’sTiu Steppi’s Osteria, Cooter Brown’s Saloon, Alamo Drafthouse

Local Shops and Boutiques: Kid to Kid & Once Upon a Child consignment shops, Alamo Ranch area for a wide variety of shopping from department stores to boutiques

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $170,000

School Districts: Northside ISD

Oak Hills/Medical Center

Oak Hills is located between the Medical Center and Loop 410. It borders 410, Fredericksburg Road, and Babcock, and Callaghan runs right through it. It is right at the I-10/410 interchange and about four minutes from 281.

Denman Estate Park

Denman Estate Park

Why I Love Where I Live

We have lived in Oak Hills (near the intersection of Fredericksburg Road and Callaghan) for three years. I love the history and “look” of our neighborhood. It’s hard to believe, but when the neighborhood was established in the 1950s, it was a far-flung suburb of San Antonio. All of the houses were custom-designed and built, and Oak Hills has one of the largest collections of original ranch-style houses in the city. Our house is a more traditional “Leave it to Beaver”-style and was included in the 1962 Parade of Homes. I like the traditional layout with walls separating various rooms much more than the “great room” style that is more common in modern construction. And, the lots are large (some over 1.5 acres), with huge, old-growth trees. Second, our area is very walkable, and because it’s at the intersection of I-10 and 4-10, our neighborhood is 15 minutes or less from every part of town. The only downside of living in Oak Hills is that the neighborhood does not have great access to an HEB. The store has locations that are a five- to seven-minute drive away, but I would love to see one closer. —Katy

Parks and Play: Denman Estate Park, ThinAirOak Hills Lanes Bowling Alley, Oak Hills Country Clubthe Bijou movie theater, Dave and Buster’s, Inflatable Wonderland

Family-Friendly Dining: Paul’s Pizza Roma, La Fonda, Oak Hills Tavern

Date Night Spots: Yellowfish Sushi, Marrakech Cafe & Hookah Lounge

Favorite Shops and Boutiques: Mildfire Coffee Roasters, Wonderland of the Americas Mall

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $215,000

School District: Northside ISD

South Side

Located south of Downtown, the South Side embraces the essence of San Antonio. It is bordered by I-35 and I-10 and can be easily accessed via 281.

I am technically a West Sider, but being military, I am quite familiar with all things near Lackland Air Force Base. That, accompanied with my natural curiosity to explore all things San Antonio, I have found my way to the South Side more than once or twice. If you really want to experience San Antonio culture, you’ve got to get out to the South Side! —Amy

Parks and Play: Flip’z Trampoline ParkPica Pica PlazaPearsall ParkSouthside Lions Park, Rodriguez Park, San Antonio Missions

Family-Friendly Dining: Snowcone AddictionBig Lou’sPort San Antonio Food Trucks

Date Night Spots: Missions Baseball Game (and every Thursday is dollar night with dollar popcorn, hot dogs, soda and beers), Mission Marquee Plaza (formerly the Mission Drive-In Theater), CityBase Cinema

Favorite Shops and Boutiques: HEB Nogalitos Market, Southside Flea Market

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $165,000

School Districts: San Antonio ISD, Southside ISD

Downtown

At the heart of the city, this neighborhood embodies everything that is “puro” San Antonio. Neighbored by all major highways, there is no way to miss this San Antonio area for families.

Why I Love Where I Live

If you think all downtown San Antonio has to offer is the touristy River Walk, it’s time for another visit, because those days are long gone. The downtown of today is the center of San Antonio’s up-and-coming music, art, and food scenes. In my family we are definitely city dwellers—my husband and I both have offices downtown, and our son attends preschool downtown. Our home is about a 10-minute drive away, but we spend much of our free time downtown because it is so vibrant, convenient, and fun. For those who are daunted by one-way streets and paid parking, transportation in and around downtown is remarkably cheap and easy with Trolley Line and Bike Sharing. —Marisa

Parks and Play: The Magik TheatreSan Antonio Museum of Art, Hemisfair Park, Riverwalk Expansion

Family-Friendly Dining: Rosarios, The Luxury

Date Night Spots: Saveurs 209, La Frite, Azuca, Majestic Theater, The Tobin Center, The Esquire Tavern

Date Night at Saveurs 209

Date Night at Saveurs 209

Favorite Shops and Boutiques: The Jewelry Box, Revolution Coffee and Juice, Rosella Coffee

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $415,000

School Districts: San Antonio ISD

Monte Vista, Olmos Park, and Olmos Park Terrace

Landa Library is located in the heart of Monte Vista.

Landa Library is located in the heart of Monte Vista.

Located just north of downtown San Antonio, the Monte Vista Historic District is bounded by Hildebrand to the north, San Pedro to the west, Ashby to the south, and McCullough and Shook to the east. From Highway 281, you reach Monte Vista from the Hildebrand or Mulberry/St. Mary’s Street exits.

Olmos Park Terrace is a local historic district made up of eight streets. It runs north up to El Monte and south to Hermosa. Its east-west boundaries are McCullough and San Pedro. It is less than five minutes from both 281 and I-10.

Why I Love Where I Live

The homes of the Monte Vista Historic District, mostly built between 1890 and 1930, are some of the most beautiful and architecturally interesting in the city and seem to attract people who are invested in arts and culture in San Antonio. The streets are walkable, and you are bound to meet fascinating people wherever you go. Old houses need tender loving care, though. Changes to your house or yard need pre-approval from a review board. It may take up to a year of advance planning to find the right school, whether that’s an in-district charter in SAISD, a private school, or an open-enrollment charter school. And, oh, the joys of city life: Lock your bikes away, and beware that potted plants may mysteriously walk away in the middle of the night. —Inga

Olmos Park Terrace is a small local historic district just north of downtown, made up of eight streets nestled between San Pedro and McCullough, just opposite the sprawling estates of Olmos Park. Most of the houses are pre-war, English stone cottages constructed by renown builder, H.C. Thorman. This small, eclectic community of artists, educators, and entrepreneurs speaks to our family’s values of privacy, safety and conscience. Known for its “Uptown Art Stroll,” Olmos Park Terrace is home to many families who benefit from the proximity to more affluent neighbors and the access to quality restaurants and boutiques. The small size of the neighborhood also allows for neighbors to engage in the community directly, whether through the bi-monthly neighborhood meetings or by participating in the neighborhood garden. Above all, the preserved quaintness and modesty of the homes endures, and the location can’t be beat! Aside from SAISD and its in-disrtict charters, there are a number of private schools and public charters in the area. School choice is in no short supply here for early education, either: from Montessori to bilingual immersion and nationally accredited day schools, there is a bevy of schools to help children start out strong. —Celina

Parks and Play: Every year, the Monte Vista Historical Association hosts an Easter egg hunt and a Fourth of July parade and picnic. The Landa Gardens Conservancy hosts free family events every Saturday morning in May. Trinity University and neighborhood houses of worship frequently host concerts, lectures, and athletic events. Landa Library, which includes a playground and community garden, is the place to be for Monte Vista families. The library hosts story times, crafts, concerts, tutoring, book clubs, and more.

Family-Friendly Dining: Taco Taco Cafe, Lily’s Cookies, Sabor Latino aka “The Orange Place”

Date Night Spots: Capparelli’s on Main, La Fonda on Main, drinks at Park Social followed by pizza at Barbaro, the Olmos Pharmacy (also know as the Bharmacy)

Favorite Shops and Boutiques: On Main Off Main, Alamo Fiesta on Main, Olmos H-E-BLin Marche, Otra Vez Couture Consignment

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $500,000

School Districts: San Antonio ISD, Alamo Heights ISD

Alamo Heights, Terrell Hills, and Northwood

Located just north of downtown San Antonio, these neighborhoods are inside Loop 410 and convenient to 281.

Photo credit: http://www.thecorridor.org

Photo credit: http://www.thecorridor.org

Why I Love Where I Live

I have lived in Alamo Heights as long as my family has lived in San Antonio, so it’s honestly all I’ve ever known. I love the location and proximity to the airport and downtown, and all of the major highways are just minutes away! We call it “The Bubble” for a reason: almost everything we could ever need is right at our fingertips. I’ve always found it very interesting that several people I graduated high school with have moved back home and have decided to raise a family in AH as well. I think that speaks VOLUMES about our area. —Christin

Growing up in San Antonio, I always knew this city as one that required a car to get from point A to point B. Our family moved to the Alamo Heights area in 2013, and my favorite part of this area of town is that it is truly a small town that functions in the heart of a big city. We can walk to school, the grocery store, the park, restaurants, museums, etc. The sense of community is strong, and there are so many parades, festivals, and celebrations that make small-town living a reality in the heart of San Antonio. —Brooke

When my husband and I married, he had a bias against the Alamo Heights/Terrell Hills area, which was where I knew I wanted to live and raise our family. I liked to call it “reverse snobbery”! But as soon as we walked over the threshold of the home we ultimately bought together in Terrell Hills, Ryan knew that he had to let go of his preconceived notions about the area. Ryan grew up in Connecticut, and he was drawn toward the old homes (ours was built in the 1920s), established neighborhoods, and small-town feel. We both appreciate the central location and fantastic school district. A nighttime descent into San Antonio on an airplane gives you a true sense of the vast urban sprawl that is the city we love, but living in a small-town community within the larger metropolis appeals to our family. —Kelly

Parks and Play: The Botanical GardenThe Witte MuseumThe Pool in Alamo HeightsThe RollercadeThe PearlThe DoSeumThe McNay Art MuseumTerrell Hills PlaygroundCambridge Elementary playground

Family-Friendly Dining: Paloma Blanca, Cerroni’s Purple GarlicFratello’sBeto’sLonghorn Cafe

Date Night Spots: Bar du Mon AmiSam’s Burger JointPiattiCappy’sCappyccino’sTre TratorriaThe SandbarSilo

Favorite Shops and Boutiques: HEB Central MarketSunset Ridge Home and Hardware, Bless Your Heart, Impeccable Pig, Whole Earth Provision Co.

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $400,000

School Districts: Alamo Heights ISD, Northeast ISD

Boerne, Fair Oaks Ranch, and Leon Springs

Located on the northwestern edge of the San Antonio city limits, Leon Springs is a small, unincorporated region near Boerne, which is 30 miles northwest of downtown San Antonio. It is generally defined as the area surrounding westbound I-10 between Camp Bullis and Boerne. Fair Oaks Ranch is located off I-10 between Leon Springs and Boerne.

Why I Love Where I Live

We love Leon Springs because it’s a unique mix of secluded and close to everything. I can drink coffee on my back porch and see only trees and squirrels, but I can get in the car and be at the Rim in 10 minutes. We have a gang of deer that hang out at our house, and it’s not unusual to see 10 at a time eating their breakfast in our grass. The schools are great, too.    —Kristin

What I continue to appreciate most about Fair Oaks Ranch is the very thing that captured my attention the first time I visited here 17 years ago: its serene landscape and plentiful and varied wildlife. I’m not a crunchy granola type, but I can tell you that hardly a day goes by that I don’t consciously marvel over the beauty of my surroundings or watch animals frolic like I’m in a Disney movie, and that brings me joy. I also enjoy living in a small, close-knit community where people look out for one another and truly care and bond together to support each other. Fair Oaks is a relatively new development, so many families are transplants from other cities or states, which has made it easier for an “outsider” like myself to move in and acclimate. I don’t have school-aged children yet, but we definitely considered the fantastic public school system when we decided to move here. —Elizabeth

This is what a stag party looks like in Fair Oaks Ranch.

This is what a stag party looks like in Fair Oaks Ranch.

Parks and Play: Six Flags Fiesta TexasArtworks Leon Springs, Friedrich Wilderness Park, the pool and rock wall at LifeTime Fitness at the RimRaymond Russell ParkCibolo Nature CenterBoerne’s River Road ParkNorman Vestal Park (more commonly referred to as Pimlico Park)

Family-Friendly Dining: The Point Park and EatsDog and Pony GrillLonghorn CafeWillie’s, Las Cruces, Fralo’s Art of Pizza

Date Night Spots: Fralo’s Art of Pizza, Cypress GrillePiatti at Eilan, Silo Terrace Oyster Bar, Scenic Loop Cafe

Favorite Shops and Boutiques: The Shops at La CanteraThe RimWe Run San Antonio, CuppencakeToy ZoneTri-County Meat Market

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $365,000

School Districts: Boerne ISD, Northside ISD

Helotes

Located just past the northwest intersection of 1604 and Bandera Road, Helotes is about 20 miles northwest of downtown San Antonio on State Highway 16 (Bandera Road). The city has expanded in recent years to include 6.73 square miles of land within its corporate city limits. The 2012 U.S. Census population estimate is 7,880 residents. In 2013, Bloomberg Business named Helotes as the Best Small Town in Texas to Raise Kids.

Wine 101 in Helotes offers indoor and outdoor seating with a wide selection of wine and tapas.

Wine 101 in Helotes offers indoor and outdoor seating with a wide selection of wine and tapas.

Why I Love Where I Live

We live in Helotes on about five acres, among neighbors with similar acreage. The best of both worlds, Helotes gives us space for our animals and good breathing while being less than 10 mintues from a 16-screen movie theater, Super HEB, and Target (shout out to Santikos Silverado!). It’s beautiful country at the base of the Hill Country. Once a tiny stagecoach stop, Helotes is a booming community with a small park next to the firehouse, a dog park, and just minutes away from the miles of trails running through O.P. Schnabel Park. Helotes offers many local amneties, like Floore’s Country Store, where John T. Floore let Willie Nelson play to get his start in music, to Wine 101, to Pizza Hut, Rome’s, Jim’s, and Oolongs—most of which know our order when we walk in. (I choose to believe this says more about the friendly community of Helotes than it does about our family’s eating habits.) —Denise

Parks and Play: O.P. Schnabel ParkFloore’s Country StoreThe Marketplace at Old Towne Helotes (first Saturday of the month), Cornyval (April 30–May 3, 2015),

Family-Friendly Dining: Bandera Road Cafe, El Chaparral, Rome’s Pizza, Oolong Chinese Bistro, Bobby J’s Burgers, Pizza Hut

Date Night Spots: Dinner at El Chaparral followed by a concert (Willie Nelson twice a year) at Floore’s Country Store; for something a little quieter, tapas and drinks at Wine 101.

Favorite Shops and Boutiques: The Marketplace at Old Town Helotes, Roger Solar’s Sports  

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $265,000

School Districts: Northside ISD

Northeast San Antonio

Located on the northeastern side of San Antonio where 1604 meets IH-35, this area includes Universal City, Selma, Live Oak, Schertz, Cibolo, Garden Ridge and Windcrest. This area which offers a small town feel with the luxuries of a big city is convenient to central San Antonio, and just a stone’s throw from New Braunfels, San Marcos and beyond.

Why I Love Where I Live

When we moved to San Antonio, we were overwhelmed trying to decide where to live, but after checking out a variety of areas and neighborhoods, the trees, space and feel of Northeast San Antonio won us over. We quickly fell in love with the convenience of living close to so many things, but enjoyed the quiet life that “the suburbs” can include as well. We routinely have deer roaming behind our house, as well as a variety of other wild friends, making you feel like you’re out in the country instead of just a short skip away from the seventh largest city in the U.S.  You support the local coffee shop, bakery or restaurant because you KNOW the owners—they’re often your neighbors or their kids are in school with your kids. You see the swim coach and your hair dresser when you shop or take the kids to the library. Each town has its own holiday celebrations and festivals and when you go, you see everyone you know.  We like that feeling. And with Randolph Air Force Base close by, there’s also a large population of military families living here, something we also enjoy. – Dawnselma

Parks and Play:  Selma Stage Stop, Schertz Playscape, Paul Davis Park, Live Oak Park, Aerial Athletics, Schlather Park, Snake Farm and Animal Zoo, Inflatable Wonderland, Jumpy Place, Schlitterbahn, Morgan’s Wonderland

Family-Friendly Dining:  Four Kings, La Cabana, Mattengas, Abel’s Diner, La Pasadita, Bracken Cafe, Avocado Cafe, 3009 Restaurant & Bar, Emily’s Place, Momma J’s Cookies
, Arctic Ape Wild Desserts

Date Night Spots:  Houlihan’s, Oak Valley Vineyard, Bangkok Cuisine, Siam Cuisine

Favorite Shops and Boutiques:  Bless Your Heart, Bracken Village, The Forum, Best Friendz, BBR Boutique

Median Price of a Four-Bedroom Home: $175,000

School Districts: Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD, Northeast ISD, Judson ISD

Don’t see your neighborhood on this list and would like to see it included in this guide? Please send us an email ([email protected]). We’d love to work with you to make this guide represent as much of San Antonio as we can. We included the areas where our contributors currently reside when compiling this resource.

What do you love most about your area of town? Where are your favorite close-to-home places to visit as a family? What are your favorite nearby Date Night hot spots? Let us know in the comments!

 

 

One Response to Love Where You Live: A Guide to Neighborhoods in San Antonio

  1. aimee fauci March 4, 2015 at 8:27 am #

    I live outside of San Antonio, down the street from Tejas Rodeo and we love it! We used to live off of 1604 ..too hustle and bustle for us but great for shopping opps.