If you are planning a trip to the Alamo city, there are two things you must eat: any type of authentic Mexican food and Paesano's "Shrimp Paesano." ... More
Paesano's River Walk
If you are planning a trip to the Alamo city, there are two things you must eat: any type of authentic Mexican food and Paesano's "Shrimp Paesano." This incredible appetizer/entree is so rich and tasty that you won't know when to stop. Paesano's on the River Walk has a relaxed yet upscale atmosphere; you can sit inside or by the river and browse through an extensive wine list. Don't stop with the Shrimp Paesano, though, because everything on the menu is fresh and scrumptious. The pasta dishes are huge, the pizza is made with fresh, innovative ingredients, and the meats are varied and delicious. If you're dining away from downtown, but still in the mood for Italian food, visit Paesano's at its Quarry location.
Built in 1928 and completely renovated in 2000, Wyndham Riverside Suites is located in the heart of downtown San Antonio
and approximately nine miles from San Antonio International Airport. Local attractions include the River Walk and the Alamo, both ...
Steaks, seafood and Southwestern specialties from deep in the "haute" of Texas. Located on San Antonio's famous River Walk, Boudro's
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Casa Rio was the first restaurant on the River Walk and is still a must if you have never eaten
riverside. With colorful decor, inside and outside seating, and a prime location for people watching, this restaurant is a ...