Downtown San Antonio boasts several lovely places to grab breakfast by the river, but none have the same stunning glass sunroom as Ocho. Open from early morning until midnight, Ocho in Hotel Havana makes a stunning stop for design lovers to grab a coffee or a cocktail.
For a distinctly Mexican feel, hit up Market Square. Also known as El Mercado, this historic shopping district in downtown San Antonio is home to the largest Mexican shopping center in the city, along with plenty of festivals and exhibits.
The Pearl Brewery is one of the coolest places you can visit in San Antonio. This brewery, established in 1883 and once home to Pabst beer, has recently been transformed from a historic brewery to a thriving multi-use space where you can eat, shop, learn, work and live. The Pearl is situated next to the recent Riverwalk expansion, so you can catch a tour boat or walk from the Pearl all the way downtown.
In downtown San Antonio you will find the biggest and most impressive Ripley's Believe It or Not Odditorium, with three floors filled with bizarre things from all around the world. It is the largest and most interactive Ripley's museum in the country. Ripley's will take you through a maze of original and unbelievable historical facts, it will be a memorable experience for the whole family.