Public input began for the revamp of Maury Maverick Plaza and plans to add three new restaurants to create a more vibrant historic downtown space.
This weekend you can browse a Fiesta-themed exhibit at UTSA’s Institute for Texan Cultures, celebrate National Poetry Month, and more.
Spain’s king and queen are visiting their former colonial settlement in honor of San Antonio’s Tricentennial, touring sites including Mission San José.
The plan features three new restaurants and significant upgrades to the plaza’s current structures and surrounding areas.
If plans are approved, La Villita and Maverick Plaza could become home to three new restaurants run by respected San Antonio chefs by 2021.
I am a son of San Antonio, a descendant of the Isleños (Canary Islanders) and Payaya natives who founded San Antonio about 300 years ago.
The humid air, pink sunset and sound of children’s laughter created the illusion of a warm summer night for the opening night of the second season of The People’s Nite Market on Tuesday.
More than 3,500 people came out for the fourth annual Coffee Festival held at the La Villita Historic Arts Village to taste freshly brewed coffee, listen to live music, and eat from food carts.
After heavy rains canceled Saturday’s event, revelers packed La Villita Historic Arts Village for day two of the Día de los Muertos celebration, Muertos Fest.