1401 N. Harborth Ave.
Three Rivers, TX 78071
Phone: (361) 786-3563
Fax: (361) 786-2628
If you're looking for unique fashion that's on the edge, head over to Dirt Cheap Distro. They've been clothing San Antonio in pin-up dresses and punk rock t-shirts for over a decade. Over the years, their merchandise has expanded to include items like decorative votive candles, Hello Kitty tote bags, unicorn-themed baby socks, and vintage handbags. Stand out and look great with a new set of duds from Dirt Cheap Distro.
Located in touristy North Beach, not far from the Texas State Aquarium and the USS Lexington you'll find North Beach Gift Shop. A great place to find some quirky and fun souvenirs to take back home. In addition to souvenirs you'll find everything to make your stay on the beach spectacular--beach towels, sun screen, sun glasses, hats, inflatable toys and more.
With a Gulf Coast clientele, Mike Doyle's Custom Surfboards has been building quite the reputation. For over thirty years Mike Doyle and his family have been hand shaping surfboards. In their small-scale factory the Doyles work their surfboard magic, providing whatever kind of surf craft that one might desire. Both locals and visitors are welcome in the shop to talk surfing and customizing. Furthermore, they specialize in surf trips, rentals, and repairs.
The colors of this former warehouse state the diversity of cultures found in our fine city. With a definite taste of Texmex (Texas-Mexico) expression, you'll discover wonderful artwork by several local artists such as Armando Sanchez, with his colorful style and Luis Lopez, who uses symbolism to convey his artistic ideas. This enticing studio has lots to offer art-lovers. Not only the beautiful ready-for-framing paintings but also the wood and metal art pieces and mural samples. You will enjoy Cabeza de Piedra.
Set up by a group of forward-thinking friends, Co-Op Supply caters to fashion-minded men looking to inject their wardrobe with quality and style. This gentlemen's shop offers a selection of curated goods, ranging from fashionable clothing to home goods and apothecary items. Walk in their classy hunting-lodge-like Downtown store and discover the endless possibilities for male styling and decorating. The collection is highly suitable for young professionals. Being in touch with the latest trends, the staff is very helpful.
The perfect place to find that special "one-of-a-kind" gift. El Zocalo specialized in importing hand-made crafts jewelry and home decor. Most wares come from artists in Mexico, Guatemala and Peru. Products are often made of wood, paper, tin and glass and all are hand made. Clothing is made with chemical-free dyes and most often using natural materials. Prices are quite reasonable so feel free to splurge.
The cornerstone of downtown's dining and shopping scene, the Water Street market has something for everyone. If you are hungry there's the Water Street Seafood Company, the Water Street Oyster Bar or for a quick caffeine fix, Agua Java. At Executive Surf Club you can grab a drink with your buddies. Explore the history of surfing in Texas at the Texas Surf Museum located at the Surf Club Records. There are plenty of other shops to browse through and a few benches if you just need a break from all the fun.
Located in the Water Street Market along plenty of other shops and restaurant, this darling little shop is a great place to look for that one-of-a-kind gift or souvenir. Pieces of art, clothing, jewelry and hats are just a few thing you will find here. Prices are reasonable and the staff is always willing to help you with your selection.
Unique gifts can be hard to come by. However, at Bleu Frog Mercantile you will find a variety of antique furniture, lamps, one-of-a-kind art and interesting jewelry. This place is fun even just to window shop, there is always something new and most likely you will find something you have never seen before. Located right next door to Hester's Cafe, just in case you need a caffeine jolt to keep you going.
As far as shopping malls go, this one is beautiful. Set right on the River Walk and attached to the Marriott River Center hotel, this mall is a dining, shopping and entertainment mecca. Although anchored by Foley's, Dillard's and an AMC movie theater, the mall offers scores of specialty shops and gift stores, as well as one of the largest parking garages downtown. Musical groups and dance troupes perform nightly during the summer months at the lagoon in the middle of the mall. Visitors can also board barges for tours of the River Walk from the lower level.
This fine art co-operative pays its tribute to local art by hosting shows and allowing artists to display their work at the gallery nestled in Florian House. Around 360 artists work to create artistic wonders. Browse through the fine art on display like the acrylic works, oil works, water color paintings, and more. Have a look at the photographs on display. Three-dimensional art works, including batik, wood, jewelry, egg carving and hand-blown glass are also exhibited. The River Art Show that takes place in October features a competition between members. The gallery also hosts an art show during San Antonio's Fiesta.
This shop reflects the many talents of local and regional artists, and its selection of bright and colorful creations depicts the area's heritage. As you browse this stunning store, you will find fine art pieces in an array of styles and color themes in addition to posters of the area and black-and-white photography prints by Rick Hunter. The store also offers custom framing, letting you put the finishing touches to your selection. You should enjoy this shopping experience.