20 Kid-friendly San Antonio Spots Where Parents Can Get a Damn Drink
Life can be stressful, especially if you're taking care yourself plus tiny humans. Treat yourself to some drinks and let the kids have some fun at these San Antonio spots.
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The Friendly Spot
943 S Alamo St, (210) 224-2337, thefriendlyspot.com
With more than 75 drinks on tap, 300 canned or bottled brews, brunch on the weekends, kitchen open until midnight, and drink specials every day, it *literally* doesn’t get more friendly than The Friendly Spot.
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606 W Cypress St, (210) 227-2683, thecove.us
If you’re looking for quirky, stop here. You’ll stop in for food and drinks and to let the little ones run around, but on your way out, feel free to do a load of laundry at their laundromat or wash your car at their car wash.
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302 Montana St, (210) 559-0421, cherritybar.com
If you’re looking to drink with a cause, you’ve found your holy grail in Cherrity Bar. Not only do their proceeds go to charity, but most of them are local charities. You thought it was just their name? Plus, there are fun outdoor games and sensitivity rooms for those with disabilities.
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Down on Grayson
303 E Grayson St, (210) 248-9244, downongrayson.com
Located near the Pearl, Down on Grayson is a slightly-more upscale American food restaurant with a huge patio dining area under the shade of an oak tree. Have your wine and drink it too, right?
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2926 N St Mary’s St, (210) 320-0819, tycoonflats.net
Burgers AND Tex-mex! Tycoon Flats is causal enough to bring the kids and enjoy a laid-back meal, but still nice enough to have some darn-good craft brews as well.
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14530 Roadrunner Way, (210) 690-3333, theblocksa.com
Giant Jenga, dogs allowed, live music, children allowed, and tons of space to play? Is it too good to be true? Nope! Just check out The Block for yourself.
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Casa Azul de Andrea
1036 S Alamo St, (210) 451-9393, casaazuldeandrea.com
You’ve passed that blue house on S Alamo, right? Well that’s Casa Azul de Andrea. You’ll eat your strawberry horchata and mole fries surrounded by art inspired by Frida Kahlo.
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13259 Blanco Rd, (210) 251-2602, blancobbq.com
Blanco BBQ is the BBQ place you’ve been looking for all your life. While the inside has your typical rustic decor and serves up generous portions, the outside has a play area for the kids. If you get addicted, it’ll be okay - they’ve also got a drive-thru.
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521 E Grayson St, (210) 481-8776, grayzeongrayson.com
If you’re looking for your next spot to meet the squad, you should try Grayze at least once. For the people in your group that are gluten-free, vegan, or vegetarian, most dishes on the menu can be made to serve those needs. You don’t have to leave the pups at home either!
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106 Pershing Ave, (210) 267-9136, thepigpensa.com
You don’t have to leave the dogs at home! Since The Pigpen has a large patio, both pets and kids are welcome. You won’t want to miss the drinks or the food truck.
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