SHOP

SHOP LOCAL 
 
Our locally-owned businesses are building a vibrant city center, linking neighbors and visitors in business and social relationships and contributing to the local arts, culture and economy.
Shopping at our small businesses supports the preservation of our historic built environment that gives San Antonio its unique character and helps our merchants strengthen the local economy. When you shop in La Villita more of your money stays within the community.

B-LINK DESIGN

Handcrafted jewelry constructed primarily from metals such as Copper, Brass, Sterling Silver and Fine Silver, in addition to infusing bold semi-precious stones. A variety of textiles with a clean, minimalist style are artisan-made. 

Building 1 | (210) 452-4811

ANGELITA

Delightful melange of linen clothing, Mexican sterling silver, hand-loomed sweaters, scarves and accessories.

 

Building 2 | (210) 224-8362

CAPISTRANO SOAP COMPANY

All-natural bodycare and luxuries for bath, body and boudoir handcrafted by third generation soap making artisans.  Creating modern products from plant-based botanicals for a healthier perspective on beauty.

Building 7 | (210) 289-1679

EQUINOX GALLERY &

STUDIO ALEJANDRO SIFUENTES

Equinox Gallery exhibition space honors the history of the culture of the southwest and blends traditional and current objects of adornment. Equinox houses the working studio of owner and artist Alejandro Sifuentes.

Bldg 4 & 5 | (210) 281-0706

CASA MANOS ALEGRES

Gift and souvenir shop specializing in Day of the Dead artwork, Oaxacan woodcarvings, tin items and handmade folk art.

Building 6 | (210) 313-7293

HUIPIL MARKET

Partnering with Artisans from around the world based on Fair Trade principles to bring unique, colorful, one-of-a-kind goods straight from their hands to your doorstep.

Building 7 

VILLA TESOROS

Women's apparel, jewelry and accessories, children's clothing and home decor. 

 

Building 8 | (210) 464-1126

BIRD & PEAR

Cheerful, quality, handmade gifts and home accessories that reflected a South Texas aesthetic with a nice dose of inspiration and sun soaked colors of Mexico.

Building 10 | (210) 263-9969

CASA CLASAL COPPER GALLERY

Featuring one-of-a-kind hand-hammered copper art, finished in a natural patina. In business over 60 years. Copper sinks, bowls, vases and more.

Building 11 | (210) 271-3856

STARVING ARTIST ART GROUP

Unique gift items of jewelry, pottery, wood crafts, decorative metalwork and more. Features work of over 30 local artist with 40% of the proceeds going towards the Little Church Food Pantry. 

Building 12 | (210) 226-3593

RIVER ART GROUP

Over 100 artists and craftsmen display their artwork in oils, acrylics, watercolor, wood crafts, jewelry, glass, fiber, pottery and sculptures.

Building 14 | (210) 226-8752

YOU CAN'T MISS THIS

Another great artisan shop coming soon!

Building 14B

PLAZA TAXCO

Fine, handcrafted sterling silver jewelry from Taxco, Mexico, the world renown silver capital. 

Building 16B | (210) 994-5259

YOU CAN'T MISS THIS

Another great artisan shop coming soon!

Building 17

COMING SOON

A NEW CULINARY DESTINATION

A new culinary destination is coming soon. 

Building 20

SCENTCHIPS USA

The original fragrance melt. Handcrafted since 1979. Tour our factory and create your own fragrance blend!

Building 21 | (210) 223-2267

MARISOL DELUNA NEW YORK

& MARISOL DELUNA FOUNDATION

Clothing characterized by intrinsic patterns that are screend by skilled craftsmen.

Building 22 | (210) 239-9989

LITTLE STUDIO GALLERY

Established in 1967. San Antonio's oldest original fine art and jewelry gallery. Located in the Esquido-Downs-Dietrich House, built in 1846.

Building 23 | (210) 227-8893

B&C LEATHER DESIGNS & UNIQUE FINDS

Beautiful studio/shop where you will find unique, handmade leather accessories by local leather designers Bobbie & Claudia Brown.

Building 24 | (210) 724-8521

UNDER RENOVATION

A NEW CULINARY DESTINATION

This historic building is under renovation and expansion to house a new culinary destination. Restaurant opening planned for 2021.

Building 25

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The purpose of the La Villita Tenants Association is to safeguard the collective interests of the businesses in the Historic La Villita Arts Village; to promote tourism, economic activity, arts and culture in La Villita and the surrounding area; to ensure La Villita is kept free from over-commercialization, and to advise the City of San Antonio on various government policies that may affect the interests of the businesses in La Villita.