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Wine & Dine Road Trip: 48 Hours in San Antonio, Forbes

Jessica Dupuy

Apr 13, 2021

For a health-conscious lunch in the Southtown area, Pharm Table is just the place.

Fondly referred to as the "Alamo City," oddly to remember a nineteenth-century battle Texans actually lost, San Antonio is one of the most touristed cities in Texas, with more than 39 million annual visitors accounting for more than $15.2 billion to the local economy according to Visit San Antonio. The Alamo is one of five Spanish colonial missions worth visiting around town. In addition to the many festive annual events throughout the city, including Fiesta San Antonio, Luminaria: Contemporary Arts Festival, Culinaria Food & Wine Festival, the Conjunto Music Festival, and the largest Día De Los Muertos celebration in the country, the city is also a culinary Mecca. In 2017 it was designated a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, only the second city in the U.S. to receive the designation. San Antonio also enjoys the geographic location as the southern gateway to the pastoral Texas Hill Country.  

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