At&T Center offers an interactive play area (for kids and adults) on the Balcony Level between Sections 215 and 217. There you can shoot 3 pointers, take photos, and play the Extreme Hoops Challenge.
On the Plaza Level facing Houston Street, you'll find The FANShop for the largest selection of merchandise.
Food cannot be brought inside and general concessions are fairly standard. There are 2 restaurants inside - The Terrace Restaurant (on the Terrace Level) and Saddles & Spurs Club (Charter Level), both serving up a pretty decent seleciton of food like Herb Roasted Beef Tenderloin, Asian Lettuce Wraps, Burgers (including a Veggie Burger at Saddles & Spurs) and Pulled Pork. Both restaurants have full service bars. Arrive early or make a reservation by calling 210-444-LEVY.
The Bud Light Courtyard is adjacent to the arena and offers post-game concerts, so be sure to check that out if you can.
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The Arena and Neighborhood:
Open since 2002, the AT&T Center replaced the Alamodome as the Spurs home arena due to poor sightlines and odd configuration for basketball. The location isn't the best as it's in an isolated area away from downtown.
For pre or post game activities, try hitting up River Walk downtown a little over 3 miles west instead of trying to find a place nearby. The San Antonio River Walk is a public park and a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River lined by bars, restaurants, and shops. It's pretty cool - winding and looping under bridges and connecting the Alamo to Rivercenter Mall, the San Antonio Museum of Art, and the Pearl Brewery. From the oldest bar on the River Walk - Esquire Tavern - to classic cocktails at Bohanan's Bar or a Mediterranean menu at Bella on the River, there are a lot of unique places to go.
Or for something a little less touristy, you can head north of downtown for some of the best Mexican street food in the city at La Gloria Ice House or some amazing seafood at The Sandbar. Either way, finding the best that San Antonio has to offer will require you to head far away from the AT&T Center. Check our "Before & After the Game" map for more info on these and other great spots in the city.
From most parts of the city you can take I-35 and exit AT&T Center Parkway or I 10 to exit New Braunfels.
There are more than 7,000 parking spaces on its property, including parking for patrons with disabilities located in Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4. Prices for parking vary by event, but will usually be $8 for lots 6 and 7 north of the stadium off Gembler Road to $15-20 for the closer lots off Houston Street. Pre-sold parking is also available. The lines getting out of lots move along pretty swiftly and methodically. The downside is that unless you have a super parking pass, you'll have a little bit of walk ahead of you to get to the arena.
There is Park and Ride available through VIA Metro Transit. You can catch VIA’s Park and Ride service to Spurs games at the Randolph Boulevard, Crossroads Mall, Frank L. Madla and Ellis Alley Park and Ride locations. For more detailed info visit VIA's Spurs page HERE.