Do you crave a city that bleeds charm and authenticity? The Pearl District is a hip neighborhood that used to be the site of the industrial Pearl Brewery. It’s been beautifully renovated, taking advantage of the attractive historic architecture that was already there. With accredited restaurants, independent shops and cocktail bars all housed in a compact, 22-acre site by the San Antonio River, Pearl has quickly become the city’s most advantageous neighborhood to be in.
The main attraction in Pearl District is Hotel Emma. The hotel building was originally Pearl’s Brewhouse, built in 1894 and a San Antonio landmark ever since. As well as year-round favorites, Weekly Farmers’ Market, and the 1.33 mile stretch of the San Antonio riverwalk.
Beyond Hotel Emma, the neighborhood boasts a range of dining options, from comfort food to four-star cuisine the options are endless. Other things are: The San Antonio Museum of Art. Its collections feature pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial and Latin American art that are organized in two buildings connected by a bridge with a view of the city.
The Pearl District’s northern boundary is West Josephine Street, to the east the boundary is North Alamo Street; the southern boundary is Newell Avenue, and the western boundary is East Euclid Street.
The Pearl District is not only known for the history it brings San Antonio but the restaurants it houses. With one of the three campuses of the Culinary Institute of America in the heart of the Pearl District you will definitely find something to suit your palate
Check out this district’s local resources and business directory.
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