Pearl’s Delights Are Your Neighbors

Like all great neighborhoods, Pearl has a rich history tied to place and time. Pearl is also a place to share meals, to learn, to work, to live. With apartments, restaurants and cafes, retailers and resident businesses, as well as a twice-weekly Farmers Market, this neighborhood is always full of life and activity.

Learn more about the nearby and notable by clicking points on the map below:

Hotel Emma

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Larder

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Supper

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Sternewirth

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Curio

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Hiatus Spa & Retreat

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Brewmeister's Alley

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Southerleigh

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Pearl Farmer's Market

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Jazz, TX

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Bottling Department

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Culinary Institute of America

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Hotel Emma

Comfortable and unconventional, Hotel Emma’s historical ambiance proclaims a new standard of South Texas luxury and geniality.

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Larder

Our local food market where you can stock up on fine provisions, wine, beer, baked goods, flowers, and freshly-prepared foods to eat in or take out.

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Supper

Supper will be your favorite neighborhood restaurant. Chef John Brand’s elemental Midwestern approach is straightforward and creative, guided by flavor and what’s in season.

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Sternewirth

Hotel Emma’s bar and clubroom. Enjoy a restorative cocktail, a notable wine or sturdy craft beer in a classic city bar environment.

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Curio

A shop / cultural jewel box carrying a thoughtfully-curated selection of treasures.

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Hiatus Spa & Retreat

Private treatment rooms, nail lounge, skin-quenching services, massage and body treatments. Full menu of single services and all-day programs.

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Brewmeister's Alley

The lively space between the Hotel and Cellars, a sort of communal sidewalk café for patrons of Larder, Sternewirth, Southerleigh and other Pearl destinations. The broad pedestrian avenue leads to the river.

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Southerleigh

Chef Jeff Balfour’s modern take on Texas' cross-cultural cuisine is enhanced by a rotating array of craft batch beers from brewer Les Locke’s on-premise brewery.

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Pearl Farmer's Market

Well-established market abundant with seasonal produce, prepared foods and local goods like goat’s milk soap, local honey and beeswax candles.

Saturday and Sunday, rain or shine.

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Jazz, TX

The "Sound Underground" in the cellar of the Bottling Department serves up a full spectrum of South Texas music—Jazz, Blues, Swing, Salsa and Folk, plus an extensive menu of food and drink.

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Bottling Department

A community food hall offering a diverse range of local creative cuisine, pop-up dinners, delectable collaborations with CIA and the farmers market, and of course, cold beer and fine wines.

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Culinary Institute of America

The CIA’s third campus in the U.S. is training future chefs, offers “food enthusiast” classes for non-students and runs NAO Latin Gastro Bar.

Hotel Emma

One of just ten U.S. hotels that made Travel & Leisure’s 2016 “It List” and the focus of high praise from The New York Times, Southern Living, Architectural Digest and Garden & Gun, Hotel Emma is the flagship for Pearl’s culinary and cultural community. World-class hospitality, dining, drinks and gourmet groceries, right next door. 

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Culinary Destinations

Restaurants, bakeries, cafes and bars. Pearl is a frontier of culinary destinations,  an experimental space, a collaboration between farmers, ranchers, chefs, home cooks and people who just love food. And it’s home to the third U.S. campus of The Culinary Institute of America, where you can take a number of “food enthusiast” not-for-credit courses.

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Dance to The Music

Jazz, TX is Pearl’s "Sound Underground" in the cellar of the Bottling Department. where they celebrate the full spectrum of South Texas music—Jazz, Blues, Swing, Salsa and Folk. Twice a year Pearl hosts Échale, a free and eclectic concert series that is a pure reflection of Latin American arts and traditions. Plus, lots of live music flavors the events Pearl hosts in the Park and amphitheater year round to celebrate South Texas culture y cultura.

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Get Fresh at The Farmers Market

Every Saturday and Sunday, rain or shine, Pearl holds a producers-only farmers market. Browse the bounty of fresh, local, and seasonal products that come from farms and ranches within 150 miles of San Antonio. More than 40 vendors set up to sell goods ranging from farm-fresh produce and dairy, to honey, salsas and gourmet candies.

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Shop Pearl

Start your shopping trip at Hotel Emma’s gift shop, Curio, where you’ll find alluring, eclectic items characterized by good design, artisanal quality and confident style. Seek further retail bliss at Tiny Finch (linens, jewelry, clothing), The Sporting District (haberdashery), Leighelena (fashion and gifts), Melissa Guerra (Latin kitchenwares) and many other sources of temptation.

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