For nearly 50 years, Los Patios has been a premier destination for hospitality delivered in a preserved, natural setting. The most surprising thing to first time visitors is that we’re here at all. Eighteen unblemished acres, hundreds of majestic trees, the cool water of Salado Creek, all tucked into the middle of the City.
Lunch at the Gazebo
The Gazebo Restaurant at Los Patios serves lunch with seating from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m, Tuesday-Sunday, with Sunday’s service being our much loved brunch/buffet. Call for reservations (1-210-655-6171).
Each year we produce hundreds of private luncheons, whether to celebrate weddings, births, retirements, or the life of a loved one. Our Event Specialists will guide you through the the process so you can focus on enjoying time with friends. Call (1-210-655-6171) or E-mail today.
Known as one of San Antonio’s most venerable and well respected wedding destinations, we’ve produced thousands of weddings since our doors opened in 1968. Our convenient location, natural setting and most of all our experience are yours should you choose us as your wedding or reception destination. Call (1-210-655-6171) or E-mail today.
Anniversaries, retirements, birthdays, business gatherings sometimes call for private space and time. Our evening events feature stand-alone private facilities, dedicated staff, and food and beverage services produced on-site by our culinary team. A single stream of service makes for an efficient and enjoyable planning process. Call (1-210-655-6171) or E-mail today.
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The site of Los Patios was once inhabited by nomadic Indians drawn to the shade and water of Salado Creek.
In 1968, Los Patios as we now know it was founded by geologist and naturalist John Spice. Los Patios was designed to be an oasis for visitors and native San Antonians alike. Only minutes from downtown and the San Antonio International Airport, our secluded and heavily wooded eighteen acre campus is a model of preservation in an otherwise busy, developed city.
Dine – Shop – Discover – Explore
Explore our website to see all we have to offer. If you would like a guided tour please don’t hesitate to connect with us.
Join The 1,000,000+ Satisfied Customers Today
In addition to dining and shopping, Los Patios hosts hundreds of private events like meetings, luncheons, showers and weddings, annually. Facilities are available to comfortably meet your guest list of up to 500 persons. With appetizers, buffet and seated dining options, you determine the look and feel of your event.
Love, marriage and Los Patios… it’s the perfect combination for over 35 years!
Let your heartstrings take you to the gateway of your new journey. We take pride in applying our expertise to make your event fun and memorable.
Starting in 2006 the City of San Antonio, under the leadership of Mayor Howard Peek, set out to create linear parkways along Salado, Medina and Leon Creeks. Given its status as a major metropolitan city, San Antonio was woefully lacking when it came to hike and bike trails. Unlike contained city parks, which are certainly wonderful features in any city, the Greenway system connects neighborhoods, promotes healthful activities, and offers citizens a chance to engage nature in a deeper way.
In cooperation with the City Parks & Recreation Department, the owners of Los Patios negotiated a careful and mutually beneficial agreement allowing the Salado Creek Greenway to be situated, in part, across our property. With forty years of history as one of San Antonio’s most natural destinations, we thought partnering with the city on the Greenway was a great way to share the beauty of Los Patios with others. Initially, our segment will begin at our front entrance on Loop 410 and continue to Ladybird Johnson Park about 1.2 miles to our north. In 2011, the trail will be completed to Mcallister Park with eventual connections beyond!
John Spice, the creator of San Antonio sanctuary Los Patios.
When asked why Los Patios has remained such a popular, repeat destination for so many San Antonians and out-of-towners John (who sold the business in 1998…) admits, “a property as beautiful as this will always attract people. When we added the restaurant and then the shops, the appeal continued to grow. Simply put, Los Patios’ success is a ‘natural’ and we plan on keeping it that way.”
Source: Hill Country Dining by Ernie Altgelt
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Enjoy our archive photos below. A history of people having fun!