Frommers.com has featured San Antonio's Market Square on a new list of America's 10 best public markets, alongside such legendary locales as Seattle's Pike Place Market.
Market Square stands as a celebration of Mexican culture in downtown San Antonio, and the largest Mexican market outside of Mexico. Three markets make the Market Square: Farmers Market, El Mercado, and Produce Row, all offering authentic Mexican apparel, décor, gift items, and more. Market Square is also home to the famous family owned Mi Tierra Café y Panaderia, opened in 1941 as a three-table café and today a San Antonio institution seating over 500. With a wide variety of dining, shopping, and events, Market Square offers an extraordinary escape with the opportunity to find many treasures and treats.
To plan your visit to Market Square and San Antonio’s many other top-rated destinations, visit www.visitsanantonio.com.
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The San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau, a department of the City of San Antonio, is funded through the hotel/motel occupancy tax. The bureau is a marketing, sales and service organization dedicated to the promotion of San Antonio as a meetings and visitor destination for the purpose of positively affecting the city's economy.