What is American food? Cuisine that is delicious and perfect for any occasion. Come grab some at Rebar.
Why watch TV at home when you can catch the game at Rebar?
Don't stay inside on a beautiful day! Come sit on the patio at Rebar and order great food.
Whether you have a large or small group, Rebar can accommodate both.
Rebar keeps your ears entertained with live music or a DJ.
Feel the beat on the restaurant dance floor and groove to live music.
Noisy crowds plus raging music creates a very loud environment at this restaurant.
Dogs are welcome at Rebar, so feel free to bring Fido along.
The restaurant can fill to capacity on the weekends, so don't forget to call ahead to reserve your table.
Fancy-schmancy attire is not required; in fact, guests are told to keep things casual.
Drivers can make use of the parking lots near Rebar.
You'll also find plenty of safe spaces to lock up your bike if you prefer to cycle to the restaurant.
When you have a hunger craving, head over to Rebar and treat yourself to an American classic.
When he's not gigging at renowned venues such as CBGB or the Bowery Ballroom, Pancho Garza preps others to do the same at Alamo Rock School. Likewise, Pancho's fellow instructors channel years of teaching and performing experience to help students aged 8–17 improve their guitar, bass-guitar, drums, piano, or singing skills.
Weekly one-on-one lessons are the bedrock of Alamo's rock club, whose weekend jam sessions give students the opportunity to play with fellow musicians. Private lessons pair with group rehearsals at the school's summer camp and rock performance sessions, which culminate in a live show at a local venue. Designed for musicians 18 and older, the adult rock program similarly whisks students out of their grownup forts made of utility bills to the stage.
Tucker's Kozy Korner is a Cajun food lover's paradise.
Never miss a play with TVs broadcasting the biggest games in the bar area.
Surf the web from your tablet or laptop on Tucker's Kozy Korner's complimentary wifi.
Tucker's Kozy Korner is a suitable restaurant for both large and small groups.
Tucker's Kozy Korner provides seasonal outdoor seating — be sure to grab a chair before it's too late.
Dance the night away while Tucker's Kozy Korner's DJ spins the latest tunes.
Be sure to call for a reservation if the bar is part of your weekend plans — it can get crowded on Fridays and Saturdays.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from this bar.
Patrons will love the number of street and lot parking options close to Tucker's Kozy Korner.
Tucker's Kozy Korner makes bikers feel at ease with the multiple storage racks outside.
The Cajun dishes at Tucker's Kozy Korner are filled with endless flavors, so stop by today and enjoy a tasty dish.
Located steps from the historic Alamo site, the Alamo IMAX Theatre Rivercenter transforms history and science topics into adventurous films projected on a screen that stretches more than six stories high. The theater comes equipped with 12,000 watts of digital surround sound blasted from 44 laser-focused speaker drivers spread around the room, as reels of i5/70 film offer images 10 times the size of 35mm film and more than twice the size of microfiche. Audience members recline in comfortable seats and immerse themselves in classic IMAX films such as Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West and first-release movies such as The Dark Knight Rises.
A poison-dart gun disguised as an umbrella. A listening device at the center of a hollowed-out tooth. A radio-controlled catfish for infiltrating enemy territory. These might seem like things you’d read about in a pulp spy novel, but the real-world stories behind these scarcely believable gadgets are revealed in Spy: The Secret World of Espionage. For the first time, the CIA has opened its vaults and unveiled the closely guarded history of some of its most inventive and deceptive whatchamacallits. Now, thanks to this family-friendly exhibit, the public can take a peak behind the agency's inner workings, as well as those of the KGB and Stasi. They can even get in on the action themselves during such interactive activities as navigating an actual laser field and crawling through duct work.
Though the exhibit emphasizes the high-tech devices that are part and parcel of international intrigue, it also features more familiar items that nevertheless played a crucial role in world history, such as the ice axe that killed Trotsky and a collapsible scooter that was instrumental to American agents in World War II. Describing the inventions and stories of the exhibit in 2012, Edward Rothstein of the New York Times wrote, “What happens along the way is that we gain an appreciation for the magic as well as the method; we end up glimpsing what these ordinary objects actually accomplished and what was at stake when they were used. . . . Even with its gadget-centered focus, we learn that this great bag of tricks was no mere game.”
Size: more than 250 spy gear objects and artifacts from intelligence historian H. Keith Melton's personal collection
Exhibit Highlights: an Enigma machine, a hollowed-out brick used to convey secret messages, and a pressure suit worn by U2 spy plane pilots
From the Press: In an interview with Rivard Report, Melton said his collection is primarily about "covert communications, specifically [getting] secret information from a spy to his handler without detection."
Interactive Activities: Create your own disguise, alter your voice, and work through a maze of laser beams at Spy School
Don't Miss: the ice axe used to assassinate Leon Trotsky
Since its origins as a converted parking garage, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema has ushered film-lovers of all breeds into its auditoriums, even gaining a following among Hollywood legends; Quentin Tarantino has been known to host five-day movie marathons at Alamo. The theater has earned that reputation by making moviegoing a personal experience, from the menu of handcrafted snacks and locally brewed beer to the completely ad-free presentations before shows. Alamo’s ninja servers pick up written food and drink orders throughout the movie and serve moviegoers directly at their seat. The staff enforces a strict no-talking, no-texting policy by kicking out any offenders, falling just short of yanking them from their seats with a giant's shepherd's crook.
Both first-run blockbusters and classics are projected onto Alamo's silver screens in crisp 35-millimeter or digital format. Meanwhile, surround speakers immerse audiences in the cinematic soundscape, whether they're seated in one of the expansive theaters afforded to blockbuster reels or the more intimate spaces reserved for indie films wound around tiny bobbins. Despite Alamo's vow of silence, fan-centric Quote-Along and Sing-Along nights encourage guests to shout their favorite lines, and actors, directors, and other celebrities often attend special screenings to lead in-depth discussions. These exclusive events have led to acclaim for Alamo from publications such as Entertainment Weekly, which called it “one of America's most fanatically unique moviegoing experiences,” and Wired, which opined that it "might just be the coolest movie theater in the world."