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Madison on Dietrich Apartments is a charming community located in East San Antonio with quick and easy access to I-410 and I-10, making your commute anywhere in the area quick and convenient. We are situated near many shopping, dining and entertainment options, including AT&T Center, Willow Springs Golf Course, the downtown San Antonio business district and Riverwalk area! Madison On Dietrich Apartments is also located near several area employers and schools, such as Cott Corporation, Forterra, CPS Energy, Cameron Elementary, Davis Middle School and Sam Houston High School.

East of downtown and inside the Loop in the San Antonio school district, Madison on Dietrich offers residents the ideal blend of comfort, convenience and scintillating city living. Near NE I-410 and plenty of public transportation, everything is a short trip from home, including The Alamo, movie theaters, the San Antonio Zoo, the Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, the Harlequin Dinner Theater, the Majestic Theatre for Broadway shows and the Cowboys Dancehall for a classic Texas night of country music and bull riding. Dining out offers a never-ending bonanza of delights, and it might take Madison on Dietrich residents a lifetime to experience each one.

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When you’re planning a pizza party, put Big Lou’s Pizza at the top of your list. They offer many sizes, but the granddaddy is the 62-inch diameter pizza, which requires more than one person to carry. Get great home cooking at Ma Harper’s Creole Kitchen, where Ma Harper herself is behind the stove. Fans say that, in addition to items such as po’ boys, gumbo, fried fish and red beans and rice, you have to order the swamp water (tea and lemonade). Mark’s Outing–Home of the original Fatty’s Burger–is in a bright yellow building that you can’t miss. Inside you’ll have a choice of 13 different homemade burgers in addition to Mark’s “famous beans,” sandwiches, salads, hot dogs, and desserts.

Texas Pride BBQ began as a little cafe in a little country gas station in the 1920s. Today the restaurant is known for slow-cooked brisket, pork ribs, chopped beef sandwiches and peach cobbler. If you want to know “where real BBQ is smoked,” check out The Smokehouse, where your lunch comes straight off the pit and is sliced right in front of you. Sweet Yams Organic offers dishes such as sesame ginger shrimp, blackened shrimp and chicken and lemon garlic shrimp, alongisde delicious vegetables, salads and vegan and gluten-free items.

The Lord’s Kitchen specializes in burgers in a variety of sizes (up to 3 lbs.), hand-cut fries and onion rings. Tucker’s Kozy Korner features jazz music, cocktails and a soul food menu that includes chicken and waffles, a ham hock sandwich and chicken-fried grits. Toro Taco Bar is an open-air taco bar offering freshly made frozen fruit drinks and Mexican-inspired bar snacks. It’s a great place to quench your thirst with agave-based drinks and Mexican, South American and Texas craft beers. Dignowity Meats specializes in smoked meats sold by the pound, hand-crafted sandwiches and specialty sides.Alamo Beer Company brews four beers: Alamo Golden Ale, Alamo Amber Lager, Alamo Pilsner and Alamo German Pale Ale. Visit their beer garden, beer hall and brewery, located just beneath the historic Hays Street Bridge. Big Hops, also at the Hays Street Bridge is a beer garden and dive bar serving “the best craft beer in San Antonio.”

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The AT&T Center is the home of the NBA San Antonio Spurs, WNBA San Antonio Stars, AHL San Antonio Rampage and the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. The event center also frequently hosts superstar concert performances.

The Alamodome is located next to Historic Sunset Station (a meticulously restored 1902 train depot that is now an event venue) and is a center for major sporting events, concerts and conventions. The Cameo Theatre, part of the Sunset Station complex was built in 1940 to serve the east side of San Antonio and featured a vaudeville stage and a movie screen. Musical greats who performed there included Louis Armstrong, B.B. King and Fats Domino. Today the Egyptian Art Deco theatre hosts events ranging from film and multimedia to plays, concerts and theme parties. The Carver Community Cultural Center, a few blocks away, is a historic pillar of the African-American community, providing artistic programs and presentations, community outreach activities and educational programs.

The Old San Antonio City Cemeteries Historic District is bordered by N. New Braunfels, E. Crockett, Nevada and Pine Streets. It covers 103 acres of 31 contiguous burial grounds established from 1853 to 1904. You’ll discover numerous types of sculpture, statues, markers and monuments built from materials ranging from marble to wood.

Enjoy a day at Splashtown San Antonio, a waterpark designed for family fun, featuring more than 50 rides, a wave pool, dive-in movies, a restaurant and a covered picnic area.

The Salado Creek Greenway is part of a network of hike and bike trails circling the city. This 5.6-mile section begins at Jack White Park and continues south to Covington Park and beyond.

The Hays Street Bridge is a pedestrian bridge built by the Southern Pacific Railroad around the turn of the 20th century. The 1,400-foot-long bridge was renovated in 2010 to provide a recreation area for both the community and visitors, and as a bonus, it affords fantastic views for taking pictures and sometimes hosts yoga classes.

Fort Sam Houston Museum tells the story of the U.S. Army post, the birthplace of military aviation, from 1845 to present. The historic Fort Sam Quadrangle, where Geronimo was once held, is open to the public. The U.S. Army Medical Department Museum campus at Fort Sam Houston is east of the Quadrangle and covers seven acres. The complex includes the main museum building, a restored hospital train car and two pergolas, one of which contains modern wheeled ambulances and the other contains helicopters. The galleries and outdoor exhibit areas tell the more than 200-year history of the U.S. Army Medical Department, both in war and peace. Today, San Antonio is a leader in military medicine through a joint agreement by the Army and Air Force to create the San Antonio Military Health Systems (SAMHS), with the majority of the mission based at Form Sam Houston.


The Dixie Flag & Banner Company is a great place to get national, state or historic flags, plus flagpoles, hardware and more.

Yeya’s Antiques & Oddities owners describe the store as an “independent, creative antique, random objects, junk shop” where every aisle is unique.