The Best Places to Hang Out if You're an Introverted San Antonian
By San Antonio Current Staff
Go out on the town to the beat of your own drum. Whether you’re a solo adventurer, can’t get anyone to agree to your plans or are looking for spots to meet new people (or not), here’s some inspiration for when you have a hot date with yourself.
Bike the city with Howard W. Peak Greenway Trails System sanantonio.gov
Ride it, walk it, bike it the Greenway Trails System is the best way to disconnect yourself from the hustle & bustle of city life.
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Pamper yourself with a spa day at Neva Face and Body 601 E Dewey Pl, (210) 734-6382, nevafaceandbody.com
Because you deserve it.
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Enjoy the aesthetic at Denman Estate Park 7735 Mockingbird Ln, (210) 207-7275, sanantonio.gov
San Antonio offers plenty of parks, but Denman is the only one that has Korean-inspired monuments.
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Attend a class at Southwest School of Art 1201 Navarro St, (210) 224-1848, swschool.org
Immerse yourself in a new hobby like ceramics, papermaking and weaving, to name a few.
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Grab a cup of joe at Brown Coffee Company Multiple locations, browncoffeeco.com
One sip and youll never put yourself through a horrific Tinder/coffee date again.
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Appreciate the creations at Artpace 445 N Main Ave, (210) 212-4900, artpace.org
The 18,000-square-foot facility is home to innovative art pieces that speak for themselves.
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Get cultured at The South Texas Museum of Popular Culture 1019 E Mulberry Ave, (210) 858-8935, stpcc.org
This haven for music junkies and history buffs alike hosts a variety of events and exhibits related to South Texas music.
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Have a drink in peace at Ocho Lounge 1015 Navarro St, (210) 222-2008
One of the few places where drinking alone is glamorous and not sad.
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People watch at El Mercado 514 W. Commerce St, (210) 207-8600
Snack on some pan dulce from Mi Tierra while you watch the frenzy of characters roaming through Market Square.
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