Weekend Event Guide

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Esquire Tavern San Antonio cocktail
Esquire Tavern's curbside booze shop is now open. The Esquire Tavern/Facebook
Emily Sano
Splurge on virtual supper club, hosted by San Antonio Museum of Art's Emily Sano.  Photo courtesy of San Antonio Museum of Art/Facebook
The Twig Book Shop
Pick up books to-go with curbside service at The Twig Book Shop. Photo courtesy of The Twig Book Shop/Facebook
Esquire Tavern San Antonio cocktail
Emily Sano
The Twig Book Shop

Live music, local sips, and a virtual supper club will keep you entertained at home. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend. 

Thursday, April 30

Visit Esquire Tavern's curbside booze shop
River Walk favorite Esquire Tavern is rolling out a new booze shop, open 3-9 pm. Patrons can order local wines, beers, and cider for curbside pickup or delivery directly to their doors. Place your order via phone or go online to view the booze shop menu

Friday, May 1

Stream a live concert hosted by the River Walk Association
The River Walk Association is teaming up with Silver Eagle Beverages to present the Bud Light River Walk Relief Concert Series. The virtual event will feature local musicians and chefs and will air on the RAW Facebook and YouTube pages every Friday at noon. Viewers can support the cause by making donations to the San Antonio River Walk online.  

Splurge on virtual supper club reservations
The San Antonio Museum of Art is bringing an elevated dining experience directly into your home. SAMA’s co-interim director Emily Sano will host an intimate virtual supper club feast featuring cuisine from Tre Trattoria. Supper club reservations include a heat-and-serve meal and Ruffino wine pairings delivered to your doorstep on Friday afternoon. Reservations are limited. 

Saturday, May 2

Shop a local bookstore
San Antonio bookstore The Twig is currently offering curbside pickup and preordering to keep you stocked with new stories while you’re staying at home. Visit the bookstore website to place your order now. 

Sunday, May 3

Take an archery class
Buck & Doe’s Mercantile is open for those looking to practice precision and try their hand at a classic sport. Beginner archery classes are held every Wednesday and Sunday, and social distancing guidelines and limited class sizes have been instituted for community safety. Bringing your own bow is encouraged, but equipment is also available to rent onsite. Register on Facebook.