San Antonio’s only corn maze returns this October, with a cameo from Charlie Brown
Get an earful of this: on Saturday, October 2, San Antonio’s first and only corn maze in residence returns for weekends during the month of October.
The fourth annual attraction, planted outside of Traders Village, will feature three separate trails for every age group. The easiest among them includes an interactive game and is tailored for those looking to bring their tiny tykes along for a breezy and fun autumnal adventure. Adults can put their wits to the test through paths that are a bit more difficult to navigate.
Houston chain cooks up Texas-Cajun flavor with debut of first San Antonio location
This week, Houston-based chain BB’s Tex-Orleans opened doors at its first San Antonio location.
Serving up food that’s “Cajun with a Texas twist” BB’s patrons can look forward to a variety of delicious New Orleans-inspired menu items, including top seller “Bedtime in the Bayou” a deep fried shrimp po’boy, plus grillades and grits.
New San Antonio haunted house creaks open doors this October inside Rolling Oaks Mall
If you’re reading this, you may be a self-proclaimed thrill seeker.
If you’ve already watched every camp horror film in the catalog — and raised your pulse at every local haunted house — then this fall, you could be seeking some variation.
Luckily for you, Haunted Oaks, San Antonio’s newest horrifying haunt, is set to open on Friday, October 1 at 6 p.m.
All the best places in San Antonio to celebrate Oktoberfest this year
It’s no secret that central Texas is heavily influenced by German culture, with waves of immigrants settling the state’s Hill Country and San Antonio area through the years. The harvest moon has come and gone, and now, the autumnal celebration from the Deutschland is fast approaching.
Though festivities, which draw out more than 6 million attendees, in Munich have been canceled for a second year in a row, the stateside celebrations of all things bier kick off this week.
Six of the funniest moments from Spurs media day 2021
The Spurs welcomed the media back in to their practice facility on Monday after hosting the event virtually in 2020 due to COVID-19 and they were clearly ready to entertain.
Smiles were abound on the media side of things, though hidden behind required face masks, as everyone from team clown Keldon Johnson to Coach Gregg Popovich cracked jokes and pulled off high jinks.