Downtown San Antonio continues to attract empty nesters and retirees seeking a rock star lifestyle of arts, entertainment, culinary adventures and special events. One grand opening follows the next – a welcome sign for residents of Alteza, a luxury condominium community above the Grand Hyatt, now considered one of the hottest addresses in all of Texas. How hot? Downtown San Antonio has caught the attention of America’s biggest rock star, Gene Simmons!
San Antonio’s AT&T Center gets the rock ‘n’ roll treatment with the opening of Rock & Brews. The restaurant from KISS members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley will hold its grand opening during the Spurs’ December 11 game against the Los Angeles Lakers.
The restaurant and entertainment concept, founded by two rockers with infamous reputations, is a family-friendly space serving up “American comfort food” and a wide selection of beer. The decor is heavily inspired by rock ‘n’ roll music and includes concert lighting and music-themed art.
“We spend a lot of time performing in large venues while on tour, and we are proud to be part of the AT&T Center renovations to enhance the fan experience,” said Stanley, who will perform the national anthem at the December 11 game.
Rock & Brews is just one facet of the $110 million AT&T Center renovation completed in October. Other updates include new seating, streamlined entryways, additional concession options, and a more modern look.
Rock & Brews is located on the west side of the Plaza Level at the AT&T Center. Other Rock & Brew locations can be found in California, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Florida, and Mexico. A second Texas location is slated to open in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
If you’re headed into town for the Spurs game or the restaurant opening, it may be a great time to pick out a permanent residence downtown. From December 9th to the 20th, Alteza is hosting the 12 Days of Alteza, offering the Season’s best deals and special stocking stuffer savings available for a limited time. For more information, visit The Alteza.com, or schedule an appointment at 210-212-8400.
Story edited from original article on Culture Map San Antonio.