Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
This weekend's lineup of virtual and socially distant events includes wild zoo encounters and Summer Nights at the Botanical Garden. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio.
Thursday, July 9
Get a taste of the Caribbean at the Pearl
Pearl’s Bottling Department welcomes a new restaurant to the fold that’s serving up fresh and tropical fare. Mi Roti, a Caribbean-inspired restaurant, opens its doors to the public this week with a “build your own” roti menu.
Friday, July 10
Book a wild encounter with the San Antonio Zoo
Go behind the scenes of the San Antonio Zoo with a virtual encounter featuring the animal of your choice. Choose from virtual tours featuring rhinos, arachnids, hippos, and more. Tours are scheduled at 11 am, Monday through Saturday, and each booking includes private Zoom link to access the fun.
Spend an evening at the San Antonio Botanical Garden
Summer Nights at the San Antonio Botanical Garden make the case for a socially distant evening al fresco. Guests can enjoy drinks from a cash bar, picnic baskets for noshing, frozen treats from Kona Ice, live music, and more. Bringing your own lawn chair and blanket is encouraged. Entry is free for members; general admission tickets can be purchased on the Botanical Garden website.
Saturday, July 11
Take a relaxing virtual yoga class
Traveling studio Mobile Om brings its yoga programming outdoors to San Pedro Creek Culture Park as part of its continued virtual offerings. Each class is led by a trained Mobile Om instructor and features poses for all abilities and experience levels. Tune into the free class every Saturday at 10 am on Mobile Om’s Facebook Page.
Visit the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck
The popular Hello Kitty Cafe Truck makes a return to The Shops at La Cantera for a limited time. Fans will get the opportunity to shop exclusive merch and collectibles and pose in front of the pink mobile pop-up. Increased sanitation efforts have been put in place to ensure the safety of staff and shoppers.