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Alamo Quarry Market, San Antonio
(4.1/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • the concept of repurposing an existing historic site is a great one and the Quarry complex did it fairly well. They have most every kind of store you might want, from a theater to Starbucks, Old Navy,...  more »
  • Spent the afternoon at the Alamo Quarry Market doing some last minute shopping and then taking in a movie at the Regal Movie House. Interesting shopping center and grounds. Good place to pick up a gif...  more »
  • This convenient shopping center arose from an old Quarry!!! It has a wide variety of shops and quite a few dining options. Something for everyone! 
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  • Great shopping area. Clean. Good food. Coffee at this Starbucks isn't always exactly how it should be. Whole Foods is my favorite except for the management. And some of the holier than thou patrons who shop here. The supposed GM of Whole Foods has one of the worst business ethics/common sense that I've ever come across. Do you have an item that can ONLY be bought at their store but you have this item in bulk? Most people don't save receipts, especially on baby items. If you don't have a receipt but want to keep all of that money IN STORE when you return the clearly unused, clearly unopened, and not even close to expired items...you are SOL!!! They will not honor their own policy. And when you ask for the number to corporate offices, you are lied to straight to your face and given the number of that same incompetent woman...and she never even answers the phone. Call many times over the span of a month or two and THEN she'll call you back after you've gotten sufficiently annoyed enough to leave an irritated voicemail. Oh yes...and she'll basically black ball you from trying to take the items to the ONLY OTHER WHOLE FOODS IN ALL OF SA, by calling them and telling them not to honor your return. So all that money? Down the drain for you and into their competitors pocket!
  • Unique shopping center. My high rating based solely on the developers choices to incorporate elements of an abandoned rock quarry and cement factory into the design of this shopping center. Aside from reusing some structures, there is also several displays of old equipment. From a historical standpoint, it's a pretty cool shopping center to walk around.
  • A gorgeous area and an exemplary piece of what San Antonio has to offer. It's not too far from Downtown, University of Incarnate Word, and the airport. I'd highly recommend going here if you want to get shopping done or catch up with friends over coffee.
  • There are SO many very unique and upscale shops to take in here. It would take several visits to see everything you want to. I love the outdoor, walking shop to shop concept of this village of shopping. Absolutely fantastic!
  • Great place for shopping when you want an unusual variety of things to purchase. Kind of hard to drive through during peak times, and you have to drive awhile if you want fast food.