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Wednesday, 11 September 2013 20:36


Home to approximately 100,000 friendly people, San Angelo has something for everyone. It is home to three lakes, and the Concho River which runs right through the heart of the city. Unique to our area waters are our beautiful Concho Pearls. San Angelo is the place to come for good times, excellent educational and medical facilities, and just about every recreational activity under the sun. We are the home of Angelo State University, and Goodfellow Air Force Base.
Our city offers a diverse mixture of arts and culture, to include San Angelo Ballet, San Angelo Symphony, San Angelo Civic Theatre, ASU theatre and many wonderful concerts. Hispanic cultural events at our Paseo de Santa Angela, and many other wonderful events throughout the year, make San Angelo an ideal location to get away from it all.
Other San Angelo highlights include boat cruises on Lake Nasworthy, Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, and the Historic Santa Fe Deport & Railway Museum. Children will love our San Angelo Nature Center and the entire family will enjoy the Chicken Farm Art Center, as well as other unique shopping opportunities that San Angelo has to offer.
Discover a getaway that offers the perfect blend of West Texas charm, outdoor recreation, culture & arts, and just plain old fun.

We are thrilled to welcome you to San Angelo.

Dwain Morrison
City of San Angelo

Thursday, 06 September 2012 21:43

News Organizations

CBS KLST-8 5 949-8800, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

NBC KSAN 3 949-8800 www.ksan.tx, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ABC KTXS (Abilene) 12 325-677-2281

FOX KIDY 10 655-6006 www.foxsanangelocom,

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Univision KEUS 4 482-9277

Telefutura KANG 17 482-9277 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This guide shows the news and entertainment media available to San Angelo residents. This list is subject to change as ownership or format changes occur.

For current information contact the medium directly.


  • Ranch & Rural Living: Westnet Media; P.O. Box 2678, 76902; 655-4434, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,
  • Meat Goat News: Gary Cutrer, Editor; P.O. Box 2678, 76902; 655-4434; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view
  • Livestock Weekly: P.O. Box 3306, 76902; 949-4611; Steve Kelton, Associate Editor; Bobby Frank, Publisher; 949-4614,
  • San Angelo Family Magazine: P.O. Box 60124, 76906; Carolyn Harper, Publisher; 949-7976, FAX: 949-5965


  • San Angelo Standard-Times: Daily newspaper; 34 W. Harris Ave., 76903; Jeff DeLoach, Publisher; 659-8200, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,
  • Conexión Hispana: Weekly Spanish newspaper; 101 N. Chadbourne St., 76903; Gregorio Gutierrez, Publisher; 655-6371
  • RamPage: Angelo State University student publication; ASU station, 76909; Preston Lewis, News & Information Director; 942-2323
  • Goodfellow Monitor: Weekly military publication; 17TRW/PA, 351 Kearney Blvd., 76908-4410; AFC Anne Gathua, Editor: 654-3880, FAX: 654-5414, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Thursday, 06 September 2012 21:43

Radio Stations

KCLL 60s & 70s Pop Classics 100.1 FM Request: 659-1965

KCRN Christian Music & Programming 93.9 FM 655-6917

KCRN Christian Music & Programming 1340 AM 655-6917

KCSA Old Time Radio/Classical/BB 95.7 FM 659-4900

KDCD All Hit Country 92.9 FM Request: 947-4323

KELI Light Rock (BOB FM) 98.7 FM 655-7161

KGKL Country 97.5 FM 655-7161

KGKL News Talk 960 AM 655-7161

KGNZ Christian Contemporary 90.0 FM 800-588-8801(Abilene)

KIXY Contemporary 94.7 FM Request: 949-9470

KKCN Country 103.1 FM Request: 658-5536

KKSA All News/Talk/Sports 24 hour 1260 AM 949-2112

KMDX 70s, 80s, 90s & Today 106.1 FM 947-0899

KSJT Spanish Music & Programming 107.5 FM 655-1717

KUTX National Public Radio 90.1 FM 512-471-1631 (Austin)

KWFR Classic Rock 101.9 FM Request: 651-1019

Thursday, 06 September 2012 21:39

Getting Around


San Angelo is served by Mathis Field regional airport and industrial airpark.

  • American Airlines: American Eagle service through DFW International, 800-433-7300, local office 659-6409.

Auto Rental & Leasing

  • Affordable Rent and Leasing Inc.: 4062 Arden Rd., 949-8549, 949-4621, (800) 736-2277
  • Avis Rent a Car: Mathis Field, 949-8681, (800) 331-1212
  • Budget Rent a Car: Mathis Field, 944-4718, (800) 527-7000;
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car: 203 N. Bryant Blvd., 658-7275; 2688 Southwest Blvd., 942-0912, (800) 736-8222
  • Hertz Rent a Car: Mathis Field, 944-1221, (800) 654-3131 Taxi Service
  • Checker Cab Co.: 1302 S. Oakes St., 655-3105
  • Red Ball Express: 942-8899
  • Yellow Cab Co.: 1302 S. Oakes St., 655-5555

Bus Service

  • Concho Valley Transit District: 510 N. Chadbourne, 947-8729
  • State and Interstate Bus Service: Union Bus Center, 31 W. Concho Ave., 655-4159
  • Kerrville Bus Co. and Sunset Stages both have direct schedules to major cities.
  • Concho Coaches: Union Bus Center, 31 W. Concho Ave., 655-4159. Provides van shuttle service to and from Midland/ Odessa Airport. Limousine Service
  • C & L Limousine: 234-5466
  • Concho Valley Limousine: 374-7326
  • Mikeska Executive Limousine: 658-8367
  • Rent-A-Buggy & Rent-A-Pony: 949-6108
  • Southland Limousine: 374-6099 or 655-6462

Tours & Charter service

  • Conestoga: 651-0938
  • Concho Coaches: 658-7644
  • Concho Cruises: Non catered/catered lake cruise, pontoon boat, bass boat & paddle boat rentals. 325-481-3210
  • Red Ball Express: Operated by C. D. Roberts, 212-1335
  • Silsbee Tours: Operated by D&L Enterprises, 653-3664
Thursday, 06 September 2012 21:37


Emergency Numbers

  • Emergency: 9-1-1
  • Police: 657-4498
  • Fire: 657-4356
  • Sheriff: 655-8111
  • Lake Rangers/Park Police: 481-2617
  • Texas Department of Public Safety: 800-525-5555

Medical Facilities

  • Two excellent acute-care medical facilities, a geriatrics hospital, specialty hospitals and a high physician-population ratio reflect San Angelo’s position as a regional medical center. There are also many walk-in clinics in the community.


  • San Angelo Community Medical Center: 3501 Knickerbocker Road, 949-9511
  • Shannon Medical Center: 120 E. Harris Ave., 653-6741

Urgent Care Clinics

  • MediCenter Walk-In-Clinic: 5730 Sherwood Way, 944-3851
  • Shamrock Clinic North: 2239 N. Bryant Blvd., 658-7561
  • Shamrock Clinic South: 4208 S. College Hills Blvd., 942-8611
Thursday, 06 September 2012 21:35

Experience the West


Called “Over the River” by Fort Concho soldiers, San Angelo was at first, only a cluster of gambling houses, saloons and trading posts. We have changed over the years but our western heritage lives on in our incredible western stores, each with its own unique feel and offerings. Visit any of the fine retailers listed below, for a nostalgic look back.


For Fine Western Wear

  • Ashley’s Western Wear: 62 E. 5th St., 325-653-3619
  • Bill’s Man’s Shop: 137 W. Beauregard, 325-655-7545
  • Blair’s Western Wear: 4230 Sherwood Way, 325-949-6287
  • Mr. Boots: 2130 W. Beauregard, 325- 949-3921

Follow The Bootmakers Trail

  • Mercer J L & Son Boots: 224 S. Chadbourne, 325-658-7634
  • ML Leddy’s Boots & Saddlery “A Handmade Texas Legend”: 222 S. Oakes, 325-653-3397 Western & Rustic Home Decor
  • Anderson Horseshoe Iron Works: 5 E. Concho, 325-653-9602
  • Barbed Wire & Roses: 4001 Sunset Dr. (in the mall), 325-947-1069
  • Creative Designs: The Shops at Stadium Park, 223-8000, 2021 Knickerbocker Rd.
  • Santa Fe Furniture & Gifts: 1524 S. Bryant Blvd., 325-653-7400




Thursday, 06 September 2012 21:34

Area Ranches

Dry Hollow Hideaway:

Hwy 380 in Paint Rock, 732- 4272, 700-acre ranch with two private lakes and a cabin above Dry Hollow Creek. Concho River forms the northern boundary of the property. Overnight accommodations available. Visitors welcome by appointment.

 Harkey Ranch:

2600 acres nestled in West Texas just southeast of Christoval, Texas. Chase Akin, 325-650-8389 The ranch is a rare combination of natural beauty, exceptional facilities, and friendly folks where you will find one of the best collections of native and exotic game. The ranch includes a mixture of low rolling hills, live oaks, Texas prairie grasses and mesquites. With all of its natural beauty and the ultimate in lodging, the Harkey Ranch is something you won’t find anywhere else when looking to escape to the country.

Hummer House:

RR 2084 in Christoval, 255-2254, Ranch highlighting native birds and animals, many in their natural wildlife habitat. Overnight accommodations in private cottage available. Visitors welcome by appointment. Admission is $5 per person.

Lazy A Hide-a-Way:

Hwy 163 South in Sterling City, 1-877-695-2092 or 915-550-0530, e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Ranch with swimming pool, tennis, basketball, horseshoe, washer pitching, croquet. Overnight accommodations include satellite TV, central air and heat, barbecue grill, washer/dryer, full kitchen, private airstrip. Open March to September. Visitors welcome by appointment.

Lamesa 6 Ranch:

806-872-2727, 277-6553, 651-2465. Working ranch five minutes outside San Angelo. Trail drive with wagon ride, cowboy poet and chuck wagon dinner every third Saturday, April to October. Visitors welcome by appointment.

Mayfield Ranch:

1-866-805-4587, 3000-acre ranch is home to over 10 species of exotic game. Addax antelope, aoudad, axis deer, blackbuck antelope, fallow deer, gemsbok oryx, scimi horned oryx, red stag, Texas dall sheep, American bison. Visitors welcome by appointment.

Walnut Creek Ranch:

Between Sterling City and Water Valley, 484-3713. 10,000-acre ranch with rich history, diversity of terrain. Popular with outdoor photographers, archaeology buffs, trail riders, historians. Overnight accommodations available. Visitors welcome by appointment.

X-Bar Ranch:

near Eldorado, 888-853-2688 or 325-853-2688, Five generation working ranch one hour from San Angelo. Over 7,100 acres of natural beauty – private cabins or guest house and enjoy hiking, mountain biking, scenic driving/riding routes, wildlife viewing, photography, swimming. Ideal location for family reunions, amateur astronomers and retreats. Visitors welcome by appointment.

Thursday, 06 September 2012 21:31

Outdoor Attractions


San Angelo Nature Center:

7409 Knickerbocker Road, 942-0121. The center includes a museum with changing displays to show the ‘‘hidden wonders of West Texas,’’ including live animals and an interpretive garden. The museum’s Discovery Room allows children to feel and play with the exhibits. The center also features a nature trail, located on Spillway Road, which is open free to the public during daylight hours. It includes three different ecosystems found in West Texas—semi-arid, wooded and wetlands. Spring Creek Wetlands is a 260-acre property developed as a recreational and educational area. More than seven miles of trails lead visitors through terrain that changes from a semi-arid environment to a freshwater marsh. Open noon–5 p.m. Tuesday–Saturday all year. Museum admission: $2 for ages 3 and older.

Nature Trail at Spillway Road:

Off Knickerbocker Road. One-mile trail through three different ecosystems forms a loop over 60 acres along the Middle Concho River. Trailhead is two miles down Spillway Road off Knickerbocker Road. Guide identifying trail markers, local flora and fauna available at the San Angelo Nature Center museum. Open daily during daylight hours. 942-0121

Paint Rock Excursions:

U.S. Hwy 183 in Paint Rock. One of the largest Indian pictograph sites in the nation. Thirty-two miles southeast of San Angelo in Paint Rock. More than 1,600 ancient paintings are visible along a limestone bluff just north of the Concho River. Easily viewed from a footpath 50 feet below; no climbing necessary. Admission charged. Call 732-4376 or 732-4418 for reservations.

San Angelo State Park:

7,563-acre park at O.C. Fisher Reservoir along the western boundary of the city. Offers fishing, water recreation, wildlife viewing, picnicking and camping, as well as 50 miles of continuous, multi-use trails for horseback riders, hikers and mountain bikers. Hunting permits are available in specified areas. Interpretive tours, stargazing parties, and trail rides available. Call 949-4757 or 947-2687 for details.


Concho Park at Lake Ivie:

357-4466. Hookups, convenience store, grills, service station.

Elm Creek at Lake Ivie:

357-4776. Cabins, RV hookups.

Kennedy Recreation Area at Lake Ivie:

Camping, picnic shelters.


6699 Knickerbocker Road, 949-3242. Full hookups.

Middle Concho Park:

Red Bluff Road at Lake Nasworthy, 481-2617. Camping, picnic shelters, access to low wake water.

San Angelo State Park:

949-4757. Campsites with water, electricity; dump site, showers, boat ramps, hookups.

Spring Creek Marina:

2680 Camper Road, 944- 3850. Full hookups, full marina.

Sportsman’s Lodge/Motel:

2923 Hwy 1929, 357-4996. In Voss outside Kennedy Park at Lake Ivie.


Many areas in San Angelo and the surrounding counties offer hunting leases for white-tailed deer, pronghorn antelope, Rio Grande turkey, quail, dove and seasonal waterfowl. Some landowners offer exotic game such as axis, oryx and fallow deer. Hunting leases may be obtained by calling the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department at 512-389-4971 or 800-792-1112. Ask for a free copy of the Western Division Hunting Leases Registry or look under Hunting at


San Angelo has three lakes and four more are within an hour’s driving distance, offering a variety of species including crappie and bass. Area rivers and streams offer catfish, bass and perch. For information, call Parks and Wildlife at 651-4846.

Lake Nasworthy:

Fisherman’s Road, three miles northwest of Knickerbocker Road City-owned lake. Primarily largemouth bass and red drum.

O.C. Fisher Reservoir:

Off Mercedes St. Home of San Angelo State Park. Primarily fed by the North Concho River. Bass, crappie, big flathead, blue catfish, walleye.

Twin Buttes Reservoir:

Five miles west of San Angelo off U.S. Hwy 67. Reservoir owned by The Federal Bureau of Reclamation. Primarily largemouth and white bass.

Lake E.V. Spence:

35 miles north of San Angelo off State Hw. 208, then five miles west on State Hwy 158, 453-2982. Owned by the Colorado River Municipal Water District. The first of several reservoirs on the course of the Colorado River.

Lake O.H. Ivie:

40 miles east of San Angelo on FM 765 to Millersview, then north on FM 2134, 357-4776. Large, relatively new lake owned by the Colorado River Municipal Water District.


San Angelo is a wonderful place for birding. It has varied habitat with farmland, ranchland, lakes, streams and hills. San Angelo is far enough south to pick up many species usually associated with Mexico and lies near the 100th meridian with both western and eastern species. According to the Concho Valley Bird List, 337 species have been confirmed in this area since 1980. Bird enthusiasts can contact Delbert Tarter at 949-1622, Ross Dawkins at 942-2064 or Cathy Brown (Hummer House) 255-2254 for a checklist at no charge.


The International Water Lily Garden: Civic League Park, W. Beauregard and Park Streets. Water lily exhibits from around the world. Day and night blooming varieties provide breathtaking beauty from mid- May through October. Primary month is August. Best viewing is 10:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Roses, seasonal annuals, perennials and bulbous plants also exhibited.

Sunken Garden:

U.S. Hwy 87 S., Avenue D and Abe St. Large garden of about 40 cultivars of Cannas. Annuals, perennials and bulbous plants also exhibited.

Rio Concho Garden:

Rio Concho Drive across from Rio Concho Manor. Native and cultivated plants of many kinds. Vines, annuals, perennials, bulbous material, selected shrubs, mesquite trees, a few roses and other plants. Something is in bloom about 10 months of the year.

Terrace Garden:

Rio Concho Drive Ground covers, bulbous material, annuals, perennials, small shrubs and some native material. Offers changing texture, color, form and bloom throughout the year.

James M. Rogers Gazebo Garden:

500 Rio Concho Drive across from the San Angelo Convention Center. A popular wedding site. Flowering plants yield a succession of blooms about 10 months of the year. Sections of decorative screening fence create areas of interest with vistas of plantings.

San Angelo Visitor Center:

418 W. Ave B. A unique and picturesque waterfall that tumbles down a walkway and winds its way past the Angela Sculpture is surrounded by native plants.

Horseback Riding

San Angelo State Park: 

949-4757 or 947-2687. Riding trails and pens for those bringing their own horses.

San Angelo Saddle Club:

Fair Grounds, 653-286

Rent a Pony/Buggy:

12586 FM 853, 949-6108

Riding Stables:

Christoval, 650-9889 

Public Golf Courses

Arden Road Driving Range:

942-9599, 4061 Arden Rd

Quicksand Golf Course:

2305 E. Pulliam (near the Loop 306 interchange), 482-8337

College Hills Driving Range:

2838 College Hills Blvd., 944-9683

South Chadbourne Golf Driving Range:

4327 S. Chadbourne St.

Riverside Golf Course:

900 W. 29th St., 653-6130

Santa Fe Golf Course:

Santa Fe Park off of Beauregard Ave., 657-4485

Public Swimming Pools

Brown’s Pool:

5320 U.S. Highway 87 North, 653-5594. Open 12:30–7:30 p.m., 7 days a week

Municipal Pool:

18 E. Avenue A, 657-4450, Mon – Sun, 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Public Tennis Courts

Bart DeWitt Park:

E. Concho and Magdalen (2 lighted courts)

Bell Park:

Upton St. and Schroeder (2 lighted courts)

Bradford Park:

23rd St. and Bradford (2 lighted courts)

Brentwood Park:

Howard St. and Forest Park (1 lighted court)

Brown Park:

Johnson St. and Twohig Ave. (1 lighted court)

Tut Bartzen Tennis Court:

Lighted courts at San Angelo Central High School

Glenmore Park:

Paint Rock Road across from Fire Training Center (2 lighted courts)

Kiwanis Park:

W. Beauregard Ave. and A&M Ave. (2 lighted courts)

Lake View Park:

25th St. and Pecan (2 lighted courts)

Martin Luther King Park:

21st St. and Martin Luther King Blvd. (2 lighted courts)

Mountain View Park: 

Chestnut and Alexander streets (2 lighted courts)

Rio Vista Park:

Ben Ficklin Road and W. Avenue W (2 lighted courts)

Santa Rita Park:

S. Madison Ave. (1 lighted court)

South Concho Park: 

S. Bell St. and Lone Wolf Bridge (1 lighted court)

Swimming Pool Park: 

Orient St. and Avenue A (2 courts, 1 lighted)

City Parks

Bart DeWitt Park:

326 S. Oakes St. Tennis, picnic area, fishing, River Plaza area, river trails, garden beds, water features.

Bell Park:

corner of 1800 block Upton St. and Schroeder St. Team athletics, playground, walkways, multi-use slab, tricycle drive/walkway, picnic area.

Bradford Park:

corner of 2300 block Bradford St. and E. 23rd St. Playground, multi-use slab, picnic area, and tricycle drive/walkway.

Brentwood Park:

1300 block Howard St. Multiuse slab, playground, and picnic area, small lagoon for youth fishing.

Brown Park:

300 block Johnson St. Multi-use slab, tennis, picnic area, walkway, and playground.

City Park:

corner of 200 block S. Magdalen St. and E. Twohig Ave. Innovation playground, standard playground, picnic area, fishing, walkway.

Civic League Park: 

corner of 900 block W. Beauregard Ave. and Park St.

Glenmore Park:

 0 block Avenue L. Team athletics, playground, walkways, multi-use slab, tricycle drive/walkway, picnic area, fishing, and natural habitat area.

Harmon (Picnic Bend) Park:

14th Street and North River Drive. Park headquarters, picnic area, playground, fishing, scenic river drive, river trails, natural areas.

James Rogers Gazebo: 

500 block Rio Concho Drive

Kids’ Kingdom:

300 block River Drive. Playground built by the community of San Angelo. Accessible to all children, from toddlers to teens, and for those with special needs.

Kiwanis Park:

2900 block W. Avenue N. Multiuse slab, playground, picnic area.

Kirby Community Park: 

1400 block Edmond Blvd.

Lake View Park:

200 block E. 25th and Pecan. Team athletics, playground, walkways, multi-use slab, tricycle drive/walkway, picnic area, North side Recreation Center.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Park:

Martin Luther King Blvd. and W. 21st St. Team athletics, playground, walkways, multi-use slab, tricycle drive/walkway, picnic area.

Mary Lee Park:

7400 Knickerbocker Road at Lake Nasworthy. Public beach area, picnic areas.

Meadowcreek Park: 

5000 block Tabosa St. Team athletics, playground, walkways, multi-use slab, tricycle drive/walkway, picnic area.

Middle Concho Park: 

Red Bluff Road at Lake Nasworthy. Camping, picnic area, covered table areas, access to low wake water.

Mountainview Park:

3000 Chestnut St. and Millspaugh Drive. Team athletics, playground, walkways, multi-use slab, tricycle drive/walkway, picnic area.


North Concho Park:

1851 N. River Drive. Scenic river drive, picnic area, fishing, native habitat areas, playground.

North West Community:

1402 Edmund Blvd.

Park Heights:

Koeingheim and South Randolph streets. Fishing, footbridge.

Pete Chapa Park:

200 block Avenue P. Playground, tricycle drive/walkway, picnic area.

Purkey Tot-lot:

1400 block E. 17th St. and N. Emerson St. Playground, tricycle drive/walkway, picnic area.

Rio Concho Parks:

100–1000 blocks Rio Concho Drive. Three gardens, scenic river drive, walkways, river trails, fishing, picnic area, playground for children with disabilities.

Rio Vista Park: 2700 block Ben Ficklin Road & Avenue X. Team athletics, playground, walkways, multi-use slab, tricycle drive/walkway, picnic area, Southside Recreation Center.

Santa Fe East:

Abe and Randolph streets. Playground, YMCA, ball fields, skateboarding picnic area, fishing.

Santa Fe Park:

100 block Santa Fe Park Dr., Picnic area, fishing, flower borders, scenic river drive, river trails, fountains and footbridges.

Santa Rita Park:

600 block Madison Ave. Multiuse slab, tennis, lagoon for youth fishing, picnic area.

Skate Park:

100 block River Drive

South Concho Park: 

100–1400 blocks S. Concho Drive. Scenic river drive, picnic area, boat ramp, multi-use slab, fishing.

Sulfur Springs Park:

West Washington and South Madison streets. Natural areas, native flora, and small lagoons for youth fishing.

Sunken Garden Park:

700 block S. Abe St. & W. Avenue D

Texas Bank Sports Complex:

1651 Rio Concho Dr., 657-4279

Unidad Park:

3200 block College Hills Blvd. Playground for children with disabilities.

Webster Tot-lot:

2700 block Webster St. playground, tricycle drive/walkway, picnic area.


Indoor Soccer:

6033, Loop 306 S, 651-6914,



Thursday, 06 September 2012 21:30


DISCLAIMER: Call for hours of operation.


Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill:

American; 4333 Sherwood Way, 944–7669

Art’s Burritos:

Mexican; 8086 FM 2288, 653–0014


Mexican, American, seafood; 1325 S. Oakes St., 653–1954

Aunt Maggie’s:

1601 S. Hill St.; 659-4895

Bamboo Garden:

Chinese, hibachi grill; 4120 Sunset Dr., 942–6789


American; 3415 S. Chadbourne St., 651–0119

Big Burger:

American; 2203 N. Chadbourne St., 653–0312; 1615 S. Bryant Blvd., 659–1325

Blanek’s Village Café & Catering:

American, buffet; 658–8713

BoBo Kitchen:

American, Korean; 1117 W. Beauregard Ave., 653–5016

Bodacious BBQ:

1207 W. Beauregard, 657-2000

Bonsai Garden:

Japanese, hibachi grill, steaks; 1801 Knickerbocker Road, 949–1862

Buffalo Wild Wings:

American; 4251 Sherwood Way, 223–9464

Butler’s Pantry:

402 W. Ave. D, 655-5063

Cactus Jack:

2019 N. Bryant Blvd., 659–1111 (

Café Community:

Mexican, American, Italian; 3501 Knickerbocker Road, inside San Angelo Community Medical Center, 949–9511

Café Monterrey:

Mexican; 146 S. Bell St., 486–1108

Carino’s Italian Grill:

Italian; 1407 Knickerbocker Road, 655–8744

Catfish Corner:

Seafood and quail; 1313 W. Beauregard Ave., 482–9085


Steaks; 441 Rio Concho Drive., inside San Angelo Inn & Conference Center, 658–2828

Chadbourne Street Deli:

Salad & sandwiches; 109 S. Chadbourne St., 653–6480

Charcoal House:

American; 1705 S. Bryant Blvd., 653–6666; 1205 N. Chadbourne St., 657–2931

Cheddar’s Casual Café:

American; 1309 Knickerbocker Road, 655–6200


American; 415 W. Beauregard Ave., inside Howard Johnson’s Inn of the West, 653–2995

Chicken Express:

2652 Southwest Blvd., 944-2878


American; 3950 W. Loop 306, 944–9889

China Garden Restaurant:

Chinese, American, seafood, buffet; 4217 S. College Hills Blvd., 949–2838

China Pantry:

Sunset Mall, 944-8810

Chinese Kitchen:

Chinese: 3377 Knickerbocker Road, 944–0436

CiCi’s Pizza:

Pizza, buffet; 4415 Sunset Drive., 947–8040

Cork ‘n Pig Tavern:

2201 Knickerbocker Rd., 227-6988

Denny’s: American;

427 W. Ave. I, 653–9935

The Diner at Sealy Flats:

American, 208 S. Oakes, 653-1400

Double Dave’s Pizzaworks:

Pizza; 3536 Knickerbocker Road, 947–7100

Dun Bar East Restaurant:

American, Mexican, breakfast; at Dun Bar East Motel, 1728 Pulliam St., 655–8780

Fernandez Restaurant:

Mexican, American; 817 N. Chadbourne St., 655–6771

Franco’s Café:

Mexican, American; 2218 N. Martin Luther King Blvd., 653–8010

Freebirds World Burrito:

3204 Sherwood

Way, 944-0273

Fuentes Café Downtown:

Mexican, American; 101 S. Chadbourne St., 658–2430


Mexican, American; 837 Knickerbocker Road, 655–5080

Golden Corral:

4387 Houston Harte, 949-6064

H E B Deli & Chinese Kitchen:

3301 Sherwood Way, 942-9044

Henry’s Diner:

Mexican, American; 3015 Sherwood Way, 223–0171

Hidalgo’s Express:

Mexican, American; 2102 Howard St., 947-7470

Hidalgo’s West:

Mexican, American; 3108 Sherwood Way, 949–2251

Hidalgo’s H B F:


Mexican, American; 2011 N. Chadbourne St., 659–2600

Hidalgo’s Restaurant:

Mexican, American; 2020 S. Bryant Blvd., 658–3977

Ichiban Japanese

Steakhouse: Japanese, hibachi grill, steaks; 2412 College Hills Blvd., 944–2926

IHOP International House of Pancakes:

American; 4302 College Hills Blvd., 223–2865

Ilina’s Burritos:

Mexican; 319 W. 14th St., 481–3846

Joe’s Italian Restaurant:

Italian, American; 1601 S. Bryant, 486–9339


American, Mexican; 2020 E. Pulliam St., inside Shannon St. John’s Campus, 650–7117


Mexican; 3308 Knickerbocker Road, 947–3534; 1911 S. Chadbourne St., 486–9300; 720 W. 29th St., 486–0000

Kozy Kitchen:

American, Chinese; 3346 Sherwood Way, 944–4428 

La Cabana Café:

Mexican; 1145 Glenna Drive, 942–9590

La Esperanza:

Mexican, American; 322 E. 19th St, 655–5444; 2218 W. Avenue N, 223–0204

La Mexicana:

33 W. Beauregard, 227-4924

The Library Café:

308 Highway 277, 387-3401

Lil Gil’s:

Mexican, American 3415 S. Chadbourne, 651-8083

Lin’s Chinese Buffet:

Chinese, buffet; 4388 Sherwood Way, 949–8882

Little Caesars Pizza:

3102 Knickerbocker Rd., 2303 N. Bryant Blvd., 942-1010

Logan’s Roadhouse:

American, steaks; 4384 Sherwood Way, 224–0818

Los Panchitos:

Mexican, American; 1601 Pulliam St., 486–1694

Los Panchitos at El Paseo:

Mexican, American; 34 E. Ave. D, 653–5814

Lowake Steakhouse:

American, steaks; 24913 FM 381 in Lowake, 877–335–0206

Mathis Field Café:

Chinese: 110 Terminal Circle, 942–1172

McAlister’s Deli:

4525 Sherwood Way, 944-1000


Mejor Que Nada:

1911 S. Bryant, 655-3553

Mesquite Bean:

36 E. Twohig Ave., 617-2078.

Miss Hattie’s Restaurant & Saloon:

American, steaks, seafood; 26 E. Concho Ave., 653–0570

Mr. Gatti’s:

4349 Sherwood Way, 223–1319

Mr. T’s Grocery & Deli:

Bakery, breakfast, salad & sandwiches; 900 W. Ave. J, 655–6944 n & American; 2502 Loop 306, 949–6570

Nakamura Sushi

House: 3222 Sherwood Way, 949-0800.

Ole’ Gin Steakhouse:

American, steak; 8336 Loop 570 in Wall, TX, 651-5909

Olive Garden:

Italian; 4399 W. Houston Harte, 949–0427

Outback Steakhouse:

American, steaks; 4505 Sherwood Way, 224–2796

Packsaddle Bar–B–Que:

Barbecue; 6007 Knickerbocker Road, 949–0616

Paco’s Restaurant:

Mexican; 1527 E. Harris Ave., 653–5444

Peasant Village Restaurant:

American; 23 S. Park St., 655–4811

Penny Pub & Grill:

2400 College Hills Blvd., 949-5161

Pepe’s Diner:

Mexican, American; 3618 W. FM 2105, 655–5511


2715 Sherwood Way, 617-7846

Red Lobster Restaurant:

Seafood, steak; 3909 Sunset Drive., 942–6711

Red Pepper:

Korean, American; 1219 W. Beauregard Ave., 653–1600

Reyna’s Barbecue:

Barbecue, American; 1021 E. 19th St., 658–5231

R.J.’s Barbecue & Catering:

Barbecue; 1405 N. Bryant Blvd., 659–4422

Rio Concho Manor Restaurant:

American, buffet; 401 Rio Concho Drive., 655–1480

River Terrace Restaurant:

American; 800 W. Avenue D, 655–5491


American, 947-9462; 2424 Vanderventer

Rooster’s Chicken n Fixin’s:

2001 W. Harris Ave.,223-2456.

Rosa’s Cafe:

Mexican; 4235 Sherwood Way, 942–7597

Rowdy’s Rockin’ Bar & Grill:

125 E. Concho, 617-7719

Roxie’s Diner:

American; 4609 Jackson St., 655–4403


4397 Sunset Dr., Suite 100, 227-4812

Silo House:

American; 2503 Martin Luther King Blvd., 658–3333


110 Terminal Circle, 949-1724

Smilin Moose Deli:

3204 Sherwood Way, 227-6786

Smokehouse BBQ:

American; 2302 W. Beauregard Ave., 942–0868

Stango’s Coffee Shop & Ice Cream Parlor:

221 S. Chadbourne, 659-8999


3217 Sherwood Way, 942-8223

Stillwater Grill LLC:

3314 Fire Dept. Rd., 617-2669

Sunset Grill:

American; 2702 Southwest Blvd., 947–2070

T–Bear’s Café:

American, Mexican; 2105 Knickerbocker Road, 944–7873

Texas Roadhouse:

American, steaks; 3057 W. Loop 306, 223–8940

Texas Steak Express:

American, steak; 4397 Sunset Drive, 224-4646

The Diner at Sealy Flats:

208 S. Oakes St., (325) 653-1400

The Grill:

5769 Sherwood Way, 944-2843

The Slice:

Deli Style Sandwiches and daily lunch specials; 2563 Sunset Drive, 325-227-4632

The Wharf:

Seafood, steaks; 2302 W. Loop 306, 944–3414

Trophy Pizzeria:

4325 Southwest Blvd., 949-2226

Twin Mountain

Steakhouse: Steaks, seafood, American; 6534 U.S. Highway 67 South, 949–4239

Western Sky Steakhouse:

American, Mexican, steak; 2024 N. Chadbourne St., 655–3610

Wing Stop:

American; 3556 Knickerbocker Road, 227–6777

Wok and Rice:

Chinese; 435 Pulliam St., 659–5414

Zentner’s Daughter Steakhouse:

American, steak; 1901 Knickerbocker Road, 949–2821

Zero-One Ale House:

20 W. Beauregard, 653-5123





Thursday, 06 September 2012 21:30


Confetti Antique Mall:

42 E. Concho. Antiques, pottery, glass and furniture.

Block One on Concho Avenue:

Antiques, restaurants, clothing stores, jewelry, furniture and a general store, etc.

The Commons Shopping Center:

Sherwood Way at Arden Road; entertainment stores, salon services, fast food.

Farmers Market:

At the pavilion across from Fort Concho on Oakes. May through October. Open: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Mt. Carmel Hermitage Monastery, Carmelite Hermits Kitchen:

325-896-2249, P. O. Box 337, Christoval, TX 76935, Chocolates, jellies, breads, other items.

Mustang Sally’s:

113 E. Concho Ave, 325-227-4356

Park 2400 Shopping Center:

College Hills Blvd.; Japanese restaurant, jewelry, pottery, café and a pub.

Santa Fe Furniture:

1524 S. Bryant. Western & Rustic furniture, purses, belts, jewelry and cards.

Southwest Plaza Shopping Center:

Knickerbocker Road; Various restaurants, nail salon, specialty shop and clothing stores.

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