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Best things to do in Stone Oak, San Antonio

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Steakhouse
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“Love this place save room for all the different meats you will be able to try. Best eating experiences. Just flip the card on the table to get more of your favorite meats. If you love meats you get to try em all. Lunch around $20.”
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Arcade
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“Perfect place for the family. Arcades, bowling, laser tag, and so much more!”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“Where I shop for groceries. Have everything including a lot of organic favorites.”
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Night Club
“Nearby 1604 & 281 area. Popular with locals and visitors alike. The IT crowd. High energy, party-style club, dress to impress and dance the night away. Food truck outside. ”
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Steakhouse
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Bar
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“Great little hidden bar where the Stone Oak locals hang out. Try their cucumber martini!”
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Night Club
“Fun place for country western dancing. They also play some top 40's music every hour.”
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Bar
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“Very cool, hip spot for a burger and brew! We also found out that instead of a free dessert on your birthday, they offer you a free shot ”
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Mediterranean Restaurant
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“The best Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food and deserts. Bring your own bottle. several locations.”
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Park
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Bar
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“If you go to Sushi Zushi (or want to chill and order through Uber Eats), you have to try their Cosimo Roll! Sooooo good! They have an extensive menu but this is our favorite roll by far (and we've tried a ton - lol).”
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Cafe
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Restaurant
“Le Peep is a nice little spot located in Stone Oak that is well known for their breakfast and brunch. Their menu offers traditional breakfast and south of the border themed breakfast. ”
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Mexican Restaurant
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“Nearby and numerous locations. Two close by - Blanco Road or 1604/281. Some of the best San Antonio breakfast tacos. Several locations and they're all good. Fast, easy, and inexpensive. Real tacos and they make their own corn tortillas. You can have "store-bought" corn there, but who would? Not open on Sundays. ”
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Restaurant
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